RUNNING MAN. Senior Jason Flowers keeps a steady pace in his event. photo/Renn Oberdick

Starting the Metro meet well, senior Jose Vasquez Dickson finished fifth placed (8:19) in the 4×8 earning the team points in its overall standing.

In the 110 meter hurdles, freshman Jacob Hanson placed third (18:14) and freshman Jarod Giles placed fourth (18:30).

Putting the team on top, senior Brent Sturno placed first (11.73) in his heat in the 100 meter dash and senior Jogimio Faustian placed second (11.12) in his heat.

In discus throw, senior Kristopher Ramirez took first (116.9m), broke his personal record and earned the Discus Metro Champion title.

For the mile run, freshman Jackson Snead placed first (5:07.05) and junior Eric Tormanen placed third (5:17.33).

In the 400 meter, sophomore Anson Alexander placed fourth (50.80) in his heat and freshman Damien Roche also placed fourth (55.63) in the second heat.

Jogimio Faustin placed fifth (42.20) in the 300 meter hurdle.

Keeping the team in the top five, junior Reid Marlett placed first (2:09.0) and junior Thomas Fletcher placed fourth (2:16.61) in the first heat while Jose Vasquez Dickson also placed fourth (2:03.34) in the second heat.

In the 3200 meter, senior Spenser Blake placed first (9:59.9).

In the final event, 4×400 meter relay, the boys placed fifth (3:34.98).

The boys track team placed fourth overall with 67 points and finalist will compete in the District Meet at Showalter Field on April 4.

By Peyton Guillot

I am a junior on Ads staff. I enjoy chick-fil-a on the daily, netflix, school and dancing.

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