Smith’s 4-gold effort paces Bayard girls
     2014-05-08      By Terry Gaston    sports@geringcitizen.com
CHAPPELL — Bayard sophomore Jessi Smith claimed three individual event titles and a fourth gold as a relay anchor in leading the Tiger girls at the Minuteman Activities Conference Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Creek Valley High School.

The Bayard girls compiled 122 points, edging runner-up Potter-Dix by nine points. Leyton was third with 84 points.

Bayard was led once again by the versatile Smith, who posted victories in the 200 and 400-meter dashes and the 800-meter run.

Smith also ran the anchor leg on the Tigers’ winning 4x100 relay team, which included senior Haley Sauer, sophomore Miah Vera and junior Chellani Parriott.

Vera was a triple gold medalist after she won the long jump and triple jump, and Parriott earned a win in the 100 high hurdles. Also for Bayard, senior Megan Stuart was the girls’ pole vault champion.

Garden County won the boys’ division with 105 points, with Bayard second at 89 points and Potter-Dix third with 84.

Area boys’ winners included a double victory for Mario Sanchez of Minatare with his wins in the 100 and 200 dashes. Indian teammate Robert Ellis took the triple jump title.

For Banner County, Brenton Soule won the 3,200 meters.

Morrill girls take five wins in Panhandle meet

MORRILL – The Morrill Lions were gracious hosts of the Panhandle Conference track and field meet on Saturday, with the boys taking fifth in their respective six-team divisions.

Hemingford was dominant in winning the boys’ team championship. The Bobcats rolled up 211 points, with Edgemont, S.D., a distant second with 84. Morrill was fifth with 44 points

Girls’ team scores were not published on the results provided by meet officials, although the Morrill girls scored five victories on the day.

Senior Kylie Guerue won gold medals in the 200 sprint (27.54 seconds) and 400 dash (1:02.0), while Sabrina Austin — who won the 100 dash in 13.52 seconds – was second in the 200.

Jessica Harvey came in third in the 100 at 13.63 seconds and Guerue was fifth. The quartet of Austin, Guerue, Harvey and Shalyn Lackey won the 4x100 relay in 52.08 seconds.

In the field events, Austin led a top-three sweep in the long jump with her winning leap of 15-8. Harvey was second at 15-6 and LeAnne Sherrod took third at 13-6½.

Kaitlyn Howell also earned gold for the Lions by winning the shot put with a mark of 33-7. Howell also took third in the discus, in which Erika Derr finished in sixth.

Harvey placed second in the high jump at 4-4, and Sherrod took fifth in the triple jump.

The Morrill boys were led with Matt Hessler taking first in the discus with a best throw of 122 feet, while he took second in the shot put at 42 feet.

Josh Harvey finished second in the high jump at 5-8, losing the gold medal on misses. The Lions also had Jorge Lara and Jacob Hoffman place 5-6 in the 100 dash. Hoffman was sixth in the long jump. Morrill’s 4x100 relay of Lara, Hoffman, Hessler and Harvey placed third.

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