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The Organ Mountain High track and field program won both the boys and girls team titles at the Centennial Invitational Saturday, March 12 at the Las Cruces Field of Dreams.
First-place boy finishers from Organ Mountain were: James Limon, in the 100 meters (11.59) and 200 meters (22.93); Beto Garcia, javelin (145-3); Jeron Wisner, 800 meters (2:05.46); Brett Bybee, 3,200 meters (10:07.50); Corbin Coombs, 1,600 meters (4:42.25); Jonathan Torres, 400 meters (52.49) and the pole vault (12-6); and Nathanyal Chavez, long jump (19-8 ½). Organ Mountain also won the 400 and 800 relays.
Other first-place boy finishers included: Aiden Mitchell, Centennial, 300 hurdles (45.13); Tre Evans, Las Cruces, shot put (46-6); and Davion Smith, Mayfield, high jump (6-0).
Girl winners from Organ Mountain were: Marisa Harrington, 100 meters (13.07) and 200 (26.95); Wren Hofacket, 3,200 meters (13:40.46); Josslyn Ochoa, 1,600 meters (5:59.58); Shaolin Munir, javelin, (115-10); Joclyn Fierro, 300 hurdles (53.10); and Gia Fernandez, triple jump (30-5).
Other girl winners included: Agalelei Pili, Centennial, shot put (37-9) and discus (118-8); Emma Barrera, Las Cruces High, 800 meters (2:49.25); Kassile Davis, Las Cruces, high jump (4-6); and Jayln McDonald, Mayfield, 100 hurdles (17.78) and pole vault (8-6).
The Centennial girls won the 3,200 relay, and Las Cruces won the 1,600 relay, medley relay, 800 relay and 400 relay.