Vernon Jackson won the long jump with ease with an effort of 23-2, and Silverado’s boys track team scored 43 points to take a 15-point lead over Green Valley after the first day of the Division I Sunrise Region meet at Del Sol.
Faith Lutheran’s Michelle Reiss set a meet record in the pole vault and won the long jump Friday to lead the Crusaders to the team title at the Grant Bushman Invitational in Overton.
Basic’s Frank Harris, whose mark of 7 feet, ¼ inch is tied for fifth in the nation this season, according to Athletic.net, will look to improve on that accomplishment Saturday in the Division I Sunrise Region meet at Del Sol.
Tony Fields, a 6-foot-2-inch, 205-pound linebacker, has been one of the area’s most heavily recruited players this spring. He has 19 scholarship offers — Northwestern was the most recent on April 30 — and his family has racked up plenty of hotel points over the past month and a half making unofficial visits on the weekends.
Casey Leonard won three events Wednesday to lead Faith Lutheran’s girls track team to victory in a four-team home meet.
Megan Denter, Logan Linehan and Talia Sapp each won two individual events Tuesday to help Coronado’s girls track team to a 98-48 win at Foothill.
Alexis Gourrier won three individual events Saturday to lead Centennial’s girls track and field team to the championship at the Skyhawk Invitational at Silverado.
Paige Buettner and Sierra Selinger each won a pair of individual events to lead Boulder City’s girls track team to victory in a four-team meet in Overton on Wednesday.
Hannah Atkerson and Rachel Neff each won two individual events Tuesday to help the Foothill girls track team to a 106-72 win over visiting Silverado.
Maritzia Robinson finished in the top five in three field events Saturday to help the Las Vegas girls track team to victory in the Valley Relays.
Arbor View won both the boys and girls meets at the 14-team Richard Lewis Invitational on Friday.
Van Barrel and Frank Harris each won two individual events Wednesday to lead the Basic boys track team to victory in a five-team meet at Basic.
Teconna Dyer, Cjenna Heiden, Teleda Williams and Ariana Vega-Miranda each won two individual events Tuesday to help the Las Vegas girls track team to a 90-41 win at Canyon Springs on Tuesday.
Cjenna Heiden and Teleda Williams each won two events Wednesday to help the Las Vegas High girls track and field team to a 74-64 victory over host Silverado.