PREP TRACK AND FIELD
Hawks boys, girls win at Mohave
The Gila Ridge track and field teams had a big day at the Mohave Invitational on Friday.
Both the girls and boys team took first place at the meet.
The Yuma Catholic girls finished in fourth place and the Shamrock boys took fifth.
On the boys side, Gila Ridge's Alec Wilson recorded a triple jump of 41 feet, 1 inch to finished in first place and break a school record. Wilson also took second in the long jump with a jump of 19-7.
Adam Williams finished first in the 100-meter dash (11.54 seconds) and third in the long jump (19-4) and Kyle White took first in the 110 hurdles (17.52). Ryan Hinrichs placed first in the 200 (24.45) and the 400 (53.74) and Kainoa Renaud finished first in the discus with a throw of 122-6.
The boys 3,200 relay team of Kody Newton, Christian Larson, Tray North and Jonathan VanDeberg (8:55) finished in first.
Lance McBride (10:50 in 3,200) and Shane Meyers (46.17 in 300 hurdles) each finished second.
The Yuma Catholic 3,200 relay of Jaime Casillas, Adam Gump, Becket Edwards, Gabe Nunez took second with a time of 9:29.8. Also for the Shamrocks, Iran Torres (44-1 in shot put), Casillas (119-5 in discus) and Treyshon Malone (39-10) in triple jump each took second.
For the girls, Paeden Jackson took first in the 200 (27.51) and had a provisional distance for long jump with 16-4. Haylee Dahl took first in the 400 (1:04) and second in the 200 (28.55) and was a part of the 3,200 relay team that won with a automatic qualifying time of 10:08 — along with Malibu Walter, Natalie Lopez and Madison Haynes.
Also winning was Camille Ochoa in the 100 (14.13), Angela Jumbeck in the 300 hurdles (51.65) and Melia Harman in the 3,200 (13:28).
The Shamrocks had Madizon Brazeel (53.05 in 300 hurdles) and Amanda Barczynski (83-6 1/2 in dicus each took second.
“It was a very good meet,” Gila Ridge coach Lucas Wolthuis said. “We brought home some trophies, so I'm a happy coach.”
Warriors split at tournament
The San Pasqual baseball team lost 13-8 to Gilbert Classic and beat Salt River 11-6 in the second day of the Salt River tournament on Friday.
Paul Stauffer went 3 for 4 with 4 RBIs in the win over Salt River and Tommy Gonzalez and Luis Castaneda each had two hits and two RBIs.
Freshman Andrew Limones picked up the win for the Warriors, who continue play today.
Yuma High splits at Havasu
The Yuma High softball team lost 5-0 in the first game of a doubleheader at Lake Havasu but came back with a 4-1 win in Game 2 on Friday.
Sophomore Lezlie Morris pitched a complete game in the win, allowing just three hits for the Criminals. Linda Ontiveros went 2 for 3 with a key double that kick-started a three-run fifth inning that broke open a 1-1 tie. Bri Stephens also went 2 for 3 for the Criminals, who host Kofa on Tuesday.
Shamrocks take Barbara Worth
The Yuma Catholic golf team got a state qualifying score in their three-way with Holtville and El Centro-Central at Barbara Worth on Friday.
The Shamrocks finished with a 410 and Central had a 536 — Holtville didn't have enough players to have a score.
Grady Bourguignon, Kody Boyd and Joey Perricone co-medaled with each of them shooting an 8-over 79. Colin Pancrazi hit an 86, Chad Fritz shot a 87, and Zach Estes finished with a 88. Alex Zaragoza, who played as the No. 7 and didn't have his score count, shot an 80 and Loretta Peffers shot a 51 on the front nine from the men's tees.
“It was a good match for us,” Yuma Catholic coach Bob Anderson said.