Francisco Barrientos rounds the curve during his leg of the 3200 meter relay, en route to one of three firsts he was a part of at Cambridge’s meet Monday. He also was on the gold medal 1600 meter relay team and won the individual 400. (Johnson Publications photo)

Eli Hinojosa release the discus in action at Cambridge Monday. He finished third, and also earned silver in the shot. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorn boys have banner day at Cambridge meet

    Winning 10 of the 17 events in Cambridge Monday came at a meet Chase County wasn’t originally scheduled to attend.

While Andrea Page missed the medals in the shot put, she was third in the discus at the Cambridge meet with a season’s best throw of 113’4”.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Mallie McNair runs her anchor leg in the 3200 meter relay at Cambridge Monday, en route to Chase County’s first place finish. That was just one of three gold medals she earned and was named the meet’s Outstanding Female Athlete. (Johnson Publications photo)

Girls capture another title, but still look for full meet experience

    Another meet title is in the books for Chase County’s Lady Longhorns, but Coach Troy Hauxwell is still waiting to see how the team does in a full meet that includes preliminaries.

Evan Fisher competes in the high jump at the Ogallala Invitational last week en route to the fourth place medal. The CCS junior also won the high hurdles and was fifth in the discus for a good day despite the poor weather conditions. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kalen Wallin is leading the pack of 1600 meter runners at the Ogallala meet. He finished sixth in a field of strong runners with a personal best time. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorn boys capture title at tough Ogallala meet

    Longhorn athletes had to deal with some wintery conditions last week at the Ogallala Invitational, even after it was moved a day earlier due to impending snow.

Sophie Spady approaches teammate Madison Brown for the second handoff in the 1600 meter relay in Ogallala last week. Chase County took the silver medals behind the Mitchell team. (Johnson Publications photo)

Ashley Bubak goes for distance in the long jump at the Ogallala Invitational. She just missed a medal in this event, but took gold in the triple jump that day. (Johnson Publications photo)

Coach: some nice surprises from girls at Ogallala

    It was a terrible day for track, but Lady Longhorn Coach Troy Hauxwell said there were some great performances from his team at last week’s second meet of 2018.


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