San Manuel track teams win Rotary Invitational

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San Manuel High School’s winning track team. Maria Lopez | SMHS

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The Miners men’s and women’s track and field teams both finished first at the San Manuel Rotary Invitational. The Miners women’s track team remains undefeated. Coolidge was the runner-up on the men’s side, while Immaculate Heart was runner-up on the women’s side. A total of 13 teams competed at the event.

First-place finishers for the men were: Andres Rodriguez (110 Int Hurdles and 300 Int Hurdles), Carlos Salas (Pole Vault), Broc Traweek (Long Jump), and Javier Campos (Triple Jump).

First-place finishers for the women were: Lizzette Campa, Nicole Predgo, Jade Willard, and Ronzi Carbajal (4x100m Relay), Lizzette Campa (400m), and Jade Willard (Pole Vault).

The Miners will complete their regular season by hosting the Division IV, Section II Sectional Meet on Wednesday.

Scoring points for the boys were: 4x800m Relay(Colten Stratton,Colbey Stratton, Patrick Lopez, James Duarte)3rd 9:38.27. 110IH: 1st Andres Rodriguez 17.59,2nd Jared Gonzales 17.91,3rd Carlos Salas 19.12. 100m: 3rd Andrew Gomez 12.41,5th Randy Verdugo 12.46, and 6th Nathaniel Lopez 12.54. 1600m: 4th James Duarte 5:15.53 and 6th Colton Stratton 5:29.03.4x100m Relay:(Andres Rodriguez, Javier Campos,Andrew Gomez, Jared Gonzales)2nd. 47.82. 400m:4th Andrew Gomez 58.23, and 7th Patrick Lopez 1:00.59.300IH: 1st Andres Rodriguez 45.20, 2nd Jared Gonzlaes 46.15, and 3rd Carlos Salas 50.77.200m:3rd Nathaniel Lopez 24.97, 4th Randy Verdugo 25.73. 800m: 4th Colton Stratton 2:18.44.3200m: 3rd James Duarte 11:41.09,6th Marco Salas 16:55.80, 7th Breyden Main 16:56.00.4x400m Relay(Patrick Lopez, Javier Campos, Jared Gonzlaes, Nathaniel Lopez)3rd 3:58.55.Shot Put: 6th Michael Sanchez 33’00.50”.Discus: 3rd Michael Sanchez 95’, 4th Breyden Main 92’07”. High Jump: 2nd Mason Clark 5’4”, 3rd Andres Rodriguez 5’4”. Pole Vault: 1st Carlos Salas 9’6”,2nd Nathaniel Lopez 8’6”, Patrick Lopez 8’0”. Long Jump: 1st Broc Traweek 16’04.50”,2nd Javier Campos 16’4.50”,4th Mason Clark 15’01.50”. Triple Jump: 1st Javier Campos 34’09”,2nd Mason Clark 33’01”, 3rd Taylor Woods 30’02”.

Scoring points for the girls were:4x800m Relay(Andrea Castaneda,Autumn Sanchez,Diana Medina,Amara Apuron)2nd 12:32.26. 100HH: 2nd Lizzette Campa,4th Jessica Lopez 21.211600m: 3rd Andrea Castaneda 6:15.86, 8th Rosa McBride 7:33.71.4x100mRelay(Lizzette Campa,Nicole Predgo,Jade Willard, Ronzi Carbajal) 1st 57.94. 400m: 1st Lizzette Campa 1:06.92, 7th Victoria Cazares 1:32.60, 8th Stephanie Morris 1:37.37. 300IH: 4th Jessica Lopez Jessica Lopez 1:01.65. 800m: 8th Amara Apuron 3:09.28.3200m: 2nd Andrea Castaneda 14:37.87,6th Diana Medina 15:55.71, 7th Jessica Lopez 18:42.74. 4x400m Relay(Amara Apuron, Nicole Predgo, Lizzette Campa, Ronzi Carbajal)2nd, 5:07.50. Shot Put: 2nd Cita Sweeney 30’0”,8th Stephanie Morris 25’07”. Discus: 2nd Ani Robles 82’10”,3rd Stephanie Morris 80’0”, 4th Cita Sweeney 76’08”. High Jump: 3rd Ani Robles 4’02”. Pole Vault: 1st Jade Willard 5’6”. Long Jump: 5th Nicole Predgo 13’09.50”, 8th Jade Willard 12’02.50” Triple Jump: 2nd Nicole Predgo 27’09.50”,4th Jade Willard 27’03”.

See photos from the Rotary Invitational in San Manuel here.

Andy Luberda (589 Posts)

Andy Luberda began writing for Copper Area News Publishers (CANP) in February 2013 after working15 years in Healthcare Financial Management. Andy covers sports for eight high schools. His stories are published in the Southeast Valley Ledger, Copper Basin News, San Manuel Miner and Superior Sun. Additionally, he has written human interest stories and business profiles. In May 2012, he earned an AAS in Sports Management at Central Arizona College. Andy is currently earning a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from ASU’s Hugh Downs School of Communication. Andy is scheduled to complete his degree December 2014. He was born and raised in Des Plaines, Ill. In 1992, he relocated to Arizona. After a short return to Des Plaines in 1997, he returned to the Phoenix area two years later. He and his wife, Kelli, have three sons – AJ, Kyle, and Kade.


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