Zamzow sets HHS triple jump record at District 8-2A meet

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Lady Cat Joyana Zamzow competes in the triple jump at the District 8-2A track meet.

Lady Cat Joyana Zamzow competes in the triple jump at the District 8-2A track meet.

Joyana Zamzow, Kenzie Kirk, Kamryn Weaver and the Lady Cat 800-meter relay team led Henrietta to a third place team finish in the District 8-2A track and field meet in Jacksboro on Thursday, April 10.

All earned gold and silver medals in their respective events.

Zamzow took first place in the triple jump with a distance of 36 feet, 11/2 inches to set a school record. The senior Lady Cat finished second in the 300 hurdles with a time of 52.04 seconds.

Kirk took first place in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.99. She ran the second leg of the first place relay team, joining Lacey Webb, Callie Page and Zamzow for a time of 1:51.22.

Weaver placed first in the 400 dash with a time of 1:01.92, and took second place in the 100 hurdles with 16.016. Weaver ran the final leg for the second place mile relay. The team of Hollie Thomas, Kirk, Zamzow and Weaver finished in 4:20.34.

Henrietta’s 400 relay team of Autumn Birdwell, Webb, Page and Thomas finished in 53.91 seconds for second place.

Sierra Burkhart took the bronze medal in high jump, clearing the bar at 4-10.

Webb also took third place in the 200 dash with a time of 29.13, followed by Webb in fifth with 29.46. Thomas took sixth place in the 100 dash with a time of 13.6.

Chance Edgett led the varsity boys with a second place finishes. Edgett threw the discus 127-9, while Turner Gibbs recorded 44 feet in the shot put circle.

Dylan Galyean took bronze in the 110 hurldes with a 17.06 finish.

The Bearcat mile really team — Mason Hanson, Ben McCreary, Jamison Dowell and Riley Watson — finished with a time of 3:42.99 for third place. The 800 relay team of Landon Davis, Hanson, Dowell and McCreary finished in 1:38.18 for fourth place.

McCreary placed fourth in long jump with a 21 foot, 1/4 inch leap. He finished fifth in the 200 dash with a time of 24.25.

Henrietta’s boys finished fifth in the team standings.

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