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Henrietta athletes compete in regional track and field


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Ten athletes represented Henrietta High School in the Class 2A Region II track and field meet in Odessa April 26-27.

Parker West earned Henrietta’s highest finish, placing fourth in shot put with 48 feet, 10 inches. West qualified for regionals with a 49-4.5 put for third place in the April 18 Area meet. West finished second in district with 46-6.5.

After taking third place in district and area high jump with 5-8, Nick Powell cleared 6 feet for seventh place at regionals.

Ethan Cantrell, fresh from a third place finish in the area 100-meter dash, placed 14th at regionals with a time of 11.8. Cantrell ran an 11.65 at area, and finished second at district with 11.89.

Chase Hawkins finished 14th at regionals with a 2:13.89 performance. Hawkins finished the race in 2:11.25 for first place at area, and 2:11.45 for the district championship.

On the girls side, the 800 relay team of Callie Page, Camryn Weaver, Kenzie Kirk and Joyana Zamzow finished seventh with a time of 1:50.24. The team finished second at area with 1:52.73, and first in district with 1:52.62.

Zamzow placed eighth in regional triple jump competition with a leap of 34-2. Zamzow placed first at area with 35-11.5, and placed second in district with 34-9.25.

Cheyanne Barry, Kirk, Callie Page and Zamzow finished 13th in the 400 relay with 52.11. The team finished third at area with 53.28, and won the district championship with 52.83.

Kirk and Barry also qualified for the regional finals in the 100 hurdles. Kirk finished the prelims with a time of 16.3, while Barry finished with 17.28. Kirk placed second in the area meet with a time of 16.14, followed by Barry in fourth with 17.29. In the district meet, Kirk earned the 8-2A championship with a time of 16.5, followed by Barry in third with 17.22.


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