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By James McAfee
MUNDAY—Carlie Willison swept the longer races to score 30 points and lead the Munday Mogulettes to the track and field team title in the Class 1A area competition at Phillip McAfee Memorial Track Monday afternoon. Munday outscored Roby 119-111. Willison ran a 2:34.65 in the 800 meters, a 5:48.25 in the 1,600 meters, and a 12:33 in the 3,200 meters.
The Mogulettes advanced nine athletes to the regional championship, scheduled April 23-24 at Angelo State University in San Angelo.
In the field events, Ashia Swearengin claimed the discus with a throw of 105-8.5 and finished third in the shot put with a 32-4.75 effort. Kassy Reyes won the pole vault, clearing 7-0.
Carlie’s sister, Allie Willison, also advanced with a third place in the 800 and ran a leg on the 4×200 relay that placed fourth. Others on that foursome were Maria Sanchez, Alexa Vega, and Elizabeth Hunter.
Vega also advanced with a third in the 200, a second in the long jump, and a third in the triple jump.
Karley Myers finished fourth in the 1,600 and second in the 3,200 while Jacklyn Diaz took fourth in the 3,200.
“I am very proud of how the Mogulettes have worked hard this track season,” said Coach Karon Martinson. “Our motto is ‘We Are Better Together’. It was a total team effort.”