- Written by Leo Paik
In the Quadrant 4 matchup of 18th seed Pueblo Central vs. 15th seeded Standley Lake, the Gators fell 1-0.
Congratulations on a fine season!
We have exciting news that our Ladies' Gator soccer team is hosting a first round playoff game at the NAAC this Wednesday May 11th at 6pm.
Due to that date and our hosting this event the Academic and Athletic Award Ceremony scheduled for Wednesday has been moved. The ceremony will now be held on Thursday, May 12th, 7pm.
- Written by Leo Paik
Jackie Paik, 8'2", 5th place
Noah Hendrix 8'8", 7th place
- Written by Leo Paik
At the JeffCo Relays, the Gators ran well at the JeffCo Stadium. A partial list of results:
2nd in 4x1600, 25:51:51.
2nd in the 4x800 Relay.
2nd in Pole Vault Relay - 25'.
2nd in the 3200 Team Race.
3rd in the 4 x 100 shuttle hurdle relay 1:16.97.
1st in the High Jump Relay.
4th in the 4x100 Relay - 54.18.
3rd in the 4x300 Relay, 3:14.71.
1st in the 800 Medley Relay, 1:38.37.
2nd in the 4x800 Relay, 4:18.83.
3rd in the 4x100 Relay.
4th in the 4x110 Shuttle Hurdle Relay, 1:21.53.
3rd in the 4x300 Relay 2:36.40.
(The Gators pull out an exciting 2nd place finish in the 4x800 Relay.)
Anyone with further results are welcome to edit them in here or send them to me (email@example.com) to have me update this.
- Written by Jennifer Lawrence
Savannah Martin, Veronica Petrillo, Anna Nelson and Anna Mounts teamed up for the 2nd place 4X800 relay at the Mountain Range Invite (Photo courtesy of Aaron Smith.)
Due to meets being rescheduled due to weather, the Girl's track team just finished up a busy week filled with track meets. Highlights include:
Mountain Range Mustang Invitational- This meet had 37 teams making scoring in the top eight a tough feat. But the 4X800 relay of Veronica Petrillo '18, Anna Nelson '17, Anna Mounts '18 and Savannah Martin '18 notched a second place finish and the only points for the Gators at this meet. Petrillo started the team off, handing the baton to Nelson with the team in 8th place, already in scoring range. Nelson picked off five places to pass off the baton to Mounts in 3rd place. Mounts maintained third with a gutsy run, finally shaking two runners who ran on her shoulder most of her leg. Martin, running her first race this season after injury, picked up one more place, moving the team into a solid second. Their time was good enough to rank them 13th in the State. The top 18 at the end of the season will be invited to the State Meet.
Weld Central Rebel Roundup- The 4X800 relay was at it again at this meet. This time Emma Abernethy '17 joined Nelson, Petrillo and Martin on the track. The # 13 Gators came to the line seeded behind #5 Mead. Mead ran well, shaving one second off their season best time, but the Gators ran better. Abernethy ran first for the Gators, taking the lead with 250 meters left on her leg. The rest of the team never looked back, securing the Gators only win of the night. As of the writing of this article, the Gator 4X800 is now ranked 9th in the State. Especially notable was Petrillo taking seven seconds off her personal best time in the 800 while running her leg.
The same foursome also came back later in the evening to run the 4X400, placing fifth. Abernethy (3rd 1600), Nelson (4th 1600) and Martin (5th Shot Put) also brought home individual ribbons. Also scoring in individual events were Lina Vogler (8th 300M Hurdles), Hanna Davis '17 (3rd High Jump), Jackie Paik '16 (7th High Jump, 6th Pole Vault), Rachel Cody '18 (3rd Pole Vault), and Sami Pence '18 (4th Pole Vault). The Gators obviously have a strong Pole Vaulting crew.
Cody and Petrillo also joined Jackie Paik '16 and Cami Schmelzer '18 on the 8th place 4X200 relay.
The Gators return to the track for the Don Osse Lakewood Tiger Classic on April 14th.
- Written by Mike Manzanares
For Booster members: you can purchase one of the special offer shirts for $35. It is available only for SLAB members ($20 annual membership which goes to scholarship - see below). Contact Mike Manzanares at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, at the May SLAB meeting on 7pm in the SLHS library on May 9, there will be a drawing for a suite at graduation. You must be a member and present at the meeting to win.
Further, if you wish to vote on next year's board members, you must be present at the meeting to record your vote!
Finally, if you want to be able to win one of the 4 $500 scholarships for seniors available to those with SLAB memberships (good for an entire family), you must be a member at deadline for applications on April 27. The application can be found here or here. You can submit it on paper at the SLHS office in the SLAB box, in person, or via email email@example.com
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