Four State-Track bound; full OC Regional track results

Published 10:28 am Monday, April 30, 2018

HUNTSVILLE — Going that extra mile.

That is what Little Cypress-Mauriceville’s Eli Peveto and Orangefield’s Madison Helm have done all season long.

Well, with all of their stout effort, both have advanced to the Class 4A State Track & Field Championships after winning the 3,200 meters Thursday morning at the 4A Region III Track Championships held at Sam Houston State University.

Peveto wasn’t done Friday as he torched the track Saturday to claim the 1,600 in a personal best time.

LC-M’s Christian Weatherly and Bridge City’s Max Baker will both join the distance runners at the State Meet with Weatherly winning the triple jump and Baker finishing second in the long jump.

Helm keeps upping the ante.

After lowering her season-best time to 12:09.86 at the Area Meet last week, she torched the track at Bowers Stadium as she destroyed her previous best time by a whopping 28 seconds. Helm blistered to a time of 11:41 to capture first-place.

Meanwhile, LC-M’s Peveto continued his torrid pace on the season as he captured first-place with a time of 9:47.66.

On Saturday, Peveto tore up the track, running a 4:26.26 in the 1,600 to set a new personal mark.

Peveto’s previous best time of the season was 4:29.53 and he eclipsed that by a little more than three seconds.

Weatherly, meanwhile, got a big jump to take first-place in the triple jump as he won the event with a 45-6 effort.

Baker, who has had a tremendous season in the long jump, put together his best performance of the season by going 23 feet as he missed first-place by just a quarter of an inch.

Weatherly barely missed going to State in the high jump as he finished third with a 6-4 effort.

LC-M’s Trevor Turner ran a personal best time of 10:48.32 to place 12th in the 3,200 meters.

LC-M’s Rayce Piper was eighth (2:04.68) and OF’s Drew Worthy 10th (2:05.55) in the 800 meters. WO-S’ Teshaun Teel was eighth in the 100 meters (11.75). The WO-S boys were ninth in the 800-meter relay in 1:30.53. OF’s Ryan Deutsch was sixth in the 400 meters (50.72). WO-S’ Chaka Watson was seventh in the 110-meter hurdles (41.83). BC’s Baker was 10th in the 200 meters (23.39).

The OF boys were 11th (3:33.72) and WO-S 12th (3:33.82) in the 1,600 relay.

In the field events OF’s Michael Teeples was eighth in the discus (134-3) and BC’s Adam Snyder was 15th (102-4). WO-S’ Watson claimed ninth in the long jump (21-1 ½). Snyder was fifth in the shot put (47-9) and OF’s Aaron Galitz was 10th (43-3).

WO-S’ Watson was eigth in the triple jump (43-0 ½) and BC’s Baker was 12th (40-10 ¾.)

BC’s Kaylen Smith was 12th in the 3,200 meters (13:11.02) and 12th in the 1,600 meters (6:07.43). The WO-S girls were 12th in the 400-meter relay in 50.34 and BC was 14th with a 51.38. OF’s Victoria Welch was 12th in the 800 meters in 2:43.21. BC’s Whitleigh Moreau was 11th in the 100-meter hurdles in 16.80. BC’s Kaylea Smith was 10th in the 100 meters in 12.99.

The WO-S girls placed sixth in the 800-meter relay in 1:46.92.

In the 300-meter hurdles BC’s Moreau was ninth (49.06) and OF’s Welch was 10th (50.07). WO-S’ Shaelin Brown was 11th in the 200 meters (27.04).

The BC girls were 10th in the 1,600 relay (4:20.82).

In the field events BC’s Macie Murty was fifth in the discus (105-7 and OF’s Kinley Gipson was seventh (102-8.)

OF’s Bailee Click was fourth in the high jump (5-2). BC’s Peyton Trapp was 10th in the long jump (15-8 ½) and OF’s Destinie Jeane was 11th (14-8 ½). OF’s Mackenzie Davis was third in the pole vault (10-0). BC’s Rylee Oceguera was 11th in the shot put (32-9) and WO-S’ Joenia Cotton was 15th (26-3 ½). OF’s Jeane was 11th in the triple jump (34-4 ½).