Pole-vault favorite Teerlink hurt on qualifying jump.
The Virgin Valley Bulldog boys and girls track teams’ season ended with highs and lows.
Bulldog hurdler Jaime Macias led the boys winning gold with a blazing time of 40.30 seconds in the 300-meter. He also finished seventh in the 100-meter dash. The Bulldog 4x400-meter relay team comprised of Cristian Aguirre, Jared Randall, Drew Durbin and Junior Toscano won silver medals with a time of 03:30.17 minutes, milliseconds behind winnerChurchillCountyHigh School.
The Bulldog 4x200 meter relay team gained bronze medals finishing third with a time of 1:34.38 minutes. The team was composed of Aguirre, Randall, Toscano and Harold Caswell. Toscano placed fourth in the 200-meter dash, 0.10 seconds behind second place.
The low point for the boys was the injury to pole vault favorite Tyson Teerlink. Teerlink injured his ankle on his opening height attempt. The boys placed eighth overall with a score of 37 points.
As she did all year, McCall Grajek, led the Bulldog girls with three medals. She garnered two silver medals in the long jump and triple jump and a bronze medal in the 300-meter hurdles. She had a leap of 33 feet 11.5 inches in the triple jump and a leap of 15 feet 5.5 inches. Grajek ran a quick 49.21 seconds to place third in the 300-meter hurdles.
‘Dawg Karson Bryant had a year-best, 9-foot vault to garner silver in the pole vault. The Bulldog girls placed seventh in the meet with 38 points.