March 31, 2015 > Colts emerge victorious at dual meet with Cougars
Colts emerge victorious at dual meet with Cougars
Submitted By Mike Heightchew
It was an exciting day of great races as the James Logan Colts faced the Newark Memorial Cougars on March 25th on their home track. Both male and female Colt teams were successful by large margins.
The Lady Colts Frosh/Soph 4x100m Relay A Team won with a time of 54.27 and the B team came in second with a time of 55.27. In the second event, the Colt Jr. Varsity 4x100m Relay, Logan showed its power early, winning with a time of 44.53; Newark came in just 3 seconds behind at 47.02.
In the 4x100m Relay, the Lady Colt Varsity A team again showed off its speed and won with another great time of 51.27, The womenÕs Frosh/Soph 1600m run saw Leslie Ramirez of James Logan run a 5.41.84 time to win with Julia DeLipski of Newark right behind with a 5.53.63.
The menÕs Jr.Varsity 1600m Run featured an impressive time of 4:53.25 by Arman Pabla with Uriel Jauregui next at 4:58.01. The Varsity 1600m Run featured Christian Monsalud of Logan with a great kick at the end to beat Jordan Kirby of Newark at 4:28.70.
The womenÕs Frosh/Soph 100m Hurdles was exciting to watch as Savannah Simpson barely outran Kiara King of Newark to win with a time of 10.50. Varsity Lady Colts also impressed in the 100m Hurdles.
A bright spot for the Cougars was in the menÕs Jr. Varsity 110m Hurdles as Riley Campbell of Newark beat Omar Dahud of James Logan. Joshua Hall of James Logan beat Jerrald Yang of Newark by one second to win in the Varsity 110m High Hurdles.
The womenÕs Frosh/Soph 400m Dash was another fast event as Natalie Estrada of Newark gave the Cougars hope as she won with a time of 1.08.25, just enough at the end to beat out Alexandria Childs-Smith.
Jonathan Hall of Logan beat out Robert Sprotte to win the menÕs Jr.Varsity 400m Dash Brianna Bryant won the of Logan womenÕs Varsity 400m Dash.
All 59 events were filled with excitement and went down to the wire. Other winners for James Logan were Jamaria Young, Kaylah Robertson, Naimah Hameed, Nathen Francisco, Arman Pabla, Alexandra Newsom Arlevia Livingston and Octavia Brooks.
Timeing scores by www.fordtiming.com