LUBBOCK — Sherman’s Sadi Giles is headed to the state track meet in two events after her performance at the Class 5A Region I track meet at Lowery Field.

Giles won region title in the 200 with a time of 24.74 seconds and was the runner-up in the 100 with a time of 12.02 seconds, edging district foe Robyn Brooks of Wichita Falls Rider by 0.05 seconds for the second automatic state berth. Plainview’s Kaizha Roberts won in 11.88 seconds.

Denison’s Jaydan Hunt placed third in the discus with a throw of 125 feet, five inches and will wait to see if she earns the wild card to the state meet. Canyon’s Paitlyn Tankersley was second at 128 feet and an inch.

Hunt also was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 36 feet, 11 and a quarter inches.

Sherman’s Ty Rockins placed 10th in the shot put with a toss of 47 feet, eight inches.

Sherman’s Bria Bullard was 10th in the 200 with a time of 26.11 seconds.

The Denison girls 400 relay of Olivia McKee, Zachareia Sommers, Suzy Smith and Christina Hernandez missed qualifying for the final with a 10th-place finish in 49.94 seconds, 0.30 from the final.

The Denison girls 800 relay of Olivia McKee, Aubyn Thompson, Christina Hernandez and Zachareia Sommers missed qualifying for the final with an 11th-place finish in 1:47.95.

Class 4A Region II

COMMERCE — Melissa’s Elijah Mackey won a pair of long-distance region titles at the Class 4A Region II track meet at A&M-Commerce.

Melissa’s Elijah Mackey won the 3,200 with a time of 9:41.25 to qualify for state. He won by eight seconds. Teammate Jackson Scribner was fifth in 10:15.84.

Then he won the 1,600 with a time of 4:29.58, which was four seconds better than the runner-up.

Melissa’s Cole McCraw won the Region II title in the high jump by clearing six feet, five inches to qualify for state. He and Argyle’s Trent McCloud both cleared the height but McCraw had it on fewer misses. McCraw was also ninth in the triple jump at 42 feet, 11 and a quarter inches.

Celina’s Andre Norman won the Region II title in the 100 with a time of 10.56 seconds to qualify for the state meet. He edged out Melissa’s Ja’Bray Young, who also qualified for state with a runner-up finish at 10.58 seconds.

Norman also won the Region II title in the 200 with a time of 21.31 seconds. Young was again the runner-up in a time of 21.59 seconds to both qualify for the state meet.

Melissa’s Gunnar Murphy returns to state after a region runner-up finish in the shot put at 51 feet, five and a half inches that was a quarter inch from being region champ. He was also fifth in the discus with a throw of 135 feet, 11 inches.

Celina’s Mark Wepler qualified for state in the 800 with a region runner-up time of 1:58.90. Teammate Noah Daugherty was 16th in a time of 2:21.66.

Melissa’s Gabe Rodriguez was fourth in the pole vault, clearing 14 feet, three inches.

Celina’s Will Racanelli was fourth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 39.81 seconds. Teammate Major Martin was seventh in 41.50 seconds.

Celina’s Miles Teague was sixth in the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.28 seconds.

The Anna 800 relay finished sixth with a time of 1:30.01.

The Celina 1,600 relay placed sixth with a time of 3:26.96.

Gainesville’s Taevion Gilmore was seventh in the high jump. at six feet, one inch.

On the girls side, Melissa’s Priscilla Adejokun won the Region II title in the shot put with a toss of 44 feet, 11 and a quarter inches that was nearly three feet better than the runner-up to return to the state meet. Adejokun was also fifth in the discus with a throw of 121 feet, two inches.

Melissa’s Maddie Kane won the Region II title in the 300 hurdles to return to state with a time of 45.27 seconds. Celina’s Maci Martin was third in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.39 seconds and 0.01 seconds from second and the automatic state berth as well as third place in the 300 hurdles in 46.62 seconds She will wait to see if she earns the wild card in either event.

Celina’s Hannah Thompson won the Region II title in the 800 with a time of 2:19.65 to qualify for the state meet, barely edging out Anna’s Raye Moran, who also qualified for state at 2:19.71. Moran was also seventh in the 1,600 in 5:41.99.

Celina’s Alyssa Griffith won the Region II title in the pole vault by clearing 10 feet, six inches to qualify for state. Teammate Rebekah Walters was 11th at eight feet, six inches and Melissa’s Marissa Brunson was 16th at seven feet, six inches.

Melissa’s Karrington Lewis qualified for state for the first time as an individual with a region runner-up finish in the 100 at 12.34 seconds. Teammate Bryanna Hernandez was fourth in 12.39 seconds.

Celina’s Elena Reagan was the region runner-up in the discus with a throw of 129 feet, four inches to qualify for state. Reagan also was eighth in the discus with a throw of 34 feet, four and three quarters inches.

The Melissa 1,600 relay finished fourth with a time of 4:00.74.

Celina’s Damie Morgan was fourth in the long jump with a leap of 17 feet, four and half inches.

Gainesville’s Aliza Bowen was fourth in the 200 with a time of 25.62 seconds. Bowen was also seventh in the long jump at 16 feet, 10 and a quarter inches.

Melissa’s Gill Gray was fifth in the 400 with a time of 58.34 seconds. Gray was also eighth in the triple jump with a leap of 35 feet, four and a half inches.

Bonham’s Atziri Escalante was sixth in the 300 hurdles at 48.72 seconds.

Melissa’s Alison Kocsis was 10th in the 3,200 with a time of 12:39.45.

Celina’s Casey Thomas was 13th in the high jump at four feet, 10 inches.

Class 3A Region II

WHITEHOUSE — There were dozens of area qualifiers, led by a pair of region titles by Leonard’s Natalie Simmons, Whitewright’s Zada Swoopes and Pilot Point’s Adam Mendoza at the Class 3A Region II track meet at Whitehouse High School.

Swoopes won a pair of Region II titles, claiming the discus with a throw of 175 feet, one inch and winning by a whopping 42 feet over Pottsboro’s Madeline O’Hanlon, who qualified for state as the runner-up at 133 feet, two inches.

Van Alstyne’s Alyssa Hill was 14th at 81 feet, eight inches and Pottsboro’s Carlee Gearinger was 15th at 62 feet, three inches.

Swoopes then won the shot put with a throw of 46 feet and a half inch, winning by nearly six feet. O’Hanlon was fourth with a throw of 40 feet, six inches. Pilot Point’s Jordan David was 14th at 31 feet three and a quarter inch and Gearinger was 16th at 28 feet, one inch.

Leonard’s Natalie Simmons won the Region II title in the triple jump with a leap of 38 feet, 11 and three quarters inches. Van Alstyne’s Sydney Ingram was 12th at 33 feet, four and three quarters inches, Whitesboro’s Carissa Clark was 14th at 32 feet, nine inches and Van Alstyne’s Sadie Ingram was 15th at 32 feet, eight and three quarters inches.

Simmons also won the region title in the long jump with a leap of 17 feet, 10 and a half inches to edge Sunnyvale’s Caira Pettway by an inch. Leonard’s Kelcie Simmons was fourth at 17 feet, six and three quarters inches. Pottsboro’s Haiden Williams was eighth at 15 feet, 10 and a quarter inches and Ingram was 16th at 13 feet, one and a half inches.

Kelcie Simmons won the Region II title in the 100 with a time of 11.50 seconds to qualify for state. Howe’s Erin Blackburn was seventh in 12.61 seconds.

Natalie Simmons was also third in the 200 with a time of 25.38 seconds, 0.04 seconds from second and the automatic berth to state. She will wait to see if she earns the wild card berth.

Leonard’s 800 relay also won the region title with a time of 1:43.04. The Leonard 400 relay goes to state as the region runner-up with a time of 49.07 seconds, which was 0.01 seconds ahead of New Diana.

The Leonard 1,600 relay qualified for state as the region runner-up in a time of 3:58.38, just behind Uplift Hampton’s winning run of 3:58.21. Pilot Point was third at 4:10.18 and will wait to see if it gets the wild card berth to state. Howe was sixth in 4:14.52 and Pottsboro was seventh at 4:15.69.

Pottsboro’s Olivia Zint won the Region II title in the 800 with a time of 2:18.64. Leonard’s Jessi Bennett was the region runner-up to qualify for state at 2:23.55. Zint also qualified for state as the region runner-up in the 1,600 with a time of 5:27.88.

Van Alstyne’s Emma Morgan was fourth in the 800 at 2:28.39.

Whitesboro’s Lauren Purdom won the Region II title in the high jump, clearing five feet, five inches over DeKalb’s Alexia Wherry on misses. Callisburg’s Jessie Payne was third at five feet, two inches, on misses and will wait to see if she earns the wild card to the state meet. Howe’s Ally Harvey was fifth, clearing five feet while Gunter’s Tori Gittens was tied for seventh, also at five feet.

Van Alstyne’s Emme Fernandez won the Region II title in the 300 hurdles with a time of 46.29 seconds to qualify for state. She also tied for sixth place in the pole vault, clearing eight feet, six inches. Whitesboro’s Sierra Parks was fourth at 48.87 seconds.

Van Alstyne’s Sydney Ingram was third in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.32 seconds and will wait to see if she earns the wild card to the state meet. Pilot Point’s Savanna Hodnett was fifth in 16 seconds.

Van Alstyne’s Jenna Leinart was third in the 1,600 with a time of 5:35.30 and will wait to see if she is the wild card for the state meet.

Van Alstyne’s Hannah Taylor was fourth in the 3,200 with a time of 12:10.68.

The Pottsboro boys 1,600 relay and the Van Alstyne boys 1,600 relay took the top two spots in the region to qualify for the state meet. Pottsboro won in 3:20.90 while Van Alstyne was the runner-up in 3:23.25.

Van Alstyne’s Levi Jones won the Region II title in the 400 with a time of 49.61 seconds to qualify for the state meet.

Whitesboro’s Michael Urbina won the Region II title in the 3,200 with a time of 9:56.75, winning by 16 seconds. Pilot Point’s Adrian Castillo was third in 10:21.89 and will wait to see if he earns the wild card to the state meet.

Van Alstyne’s Jacob Taylor was fourth in 10:23.55.

Pilot Point’s Adam Mendoza won the Region II title in the 1,600 with a time of 4:34.03. Urbina was also third in the 1,600 with a time of 4:39.05 and will see if he earns the wild card in that event.

Mendoza also won the region title in the 800 with a time of 1:55.91. Whitesboro’s Dustin White qualified for state as the region runner-up in 1:56.76. Pottsboro’s Trevor Fryar placed fourth at 2:04.54.

Whitesboro’s Weston Hickman was fourth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 40.79 seconds. Gunter’s Trey Carr was seventh in 43.35 seconds.

Pottsboro’s Ethyn Snider tied for fourth in the high jump by clearing six feet. Van Alstyne’s George Hall and Whitesboro’s Tryston Gaines tied for 10th at five feet, 10 inches.

Whitewright’s Seth Jackson was fourth in the shot put at 44 feet, one and three quarters inches. He was also 12th in the discus with a throw of 120 feet, eight inches.

Pilot Point’s Cody Binyon was fifth in the shot with a throw of 44 feet, one and three quarters inches. Van Alstyne’s Zane Madison was 10th with a throw of 42 feet, two and a quarter inches and Leonard’s Byron Bolin was 12th at 41 feet, 11 inches.

Pottsboro’s Mendel Kunkle was seventh in the discus with a throw of 129 feet, nine inches. Teammate Keegan Pritchett was 16th at 99 feet, 11 inches. Howe’s Matt Griffin was 14th at 115 feet, nine inches.

Pilot Point’s Kolton Reid was seventh in the pole vault by clearing 12 feet. Howe’s Zimry Weatherspoon was tied for eighth at 11 feet, six inches.

Whitesboro’s Preston Johnson was 10th in the long jump at 19 feet, eight and a half inches. Teammate Noah Greisen was 12th at 19 feet, six and three quarters inches. Greisen also was fourth in the 400 with a time of 51.41 seconds.

Whitesboro’s Bradley Klingler was 13th in the triple jump at 39 feet, eight and a half inches.

Class 2A Region II

SPRINGTOWN — Three Honey Grove Lady Warriors are headed to the state meet after their performances at the Class 2A Region II track meet at Porcupine Stadium.

Honey Grove’s Jada Redd returned to the state meet with a region runner-up finish in the shot put at 38 feet, three inches. Bells’ Katie Branam was eighth at 33 feet, one inch and Trenton’s Bria Green was 16th at 27 feet, three and three quarters inches.

Honey Grove’s Amelia Butler was the region runner-up in the 800 and qualified for state with a time of 2:28.17. Teammate Alexandra Morrison was 14th at 2:47.74. She also was seventh in the 400 with a time of 1:06.54.

Honey Grove’s Rozshanae Williams was the region runner-up in the 100 with a time of 12.88 seconds and got second on a photo finish against Detroit’s Bailee Greer — 12.871 to 12.876 — to qualify for state. She was also sixth in the triple jump at 35 feet and 14th in the long jump at 14 feet, eight inches. Teammate Diavian Shaw was seventh at 34 feet, 10 and three quarters inches and Blue Ridge’s Skylar Gerner was ninth at 34 feet, seven and a half inches.

Trenton’s Amanda Davis was fifth in the 100 at 13 seconds.

Sam Rayburn’s Sara Carpio was third in the high jump, clearing five feet and winning a jump-off against two others. She will wait to see if she is the wild card for the state meet. Honey Grove’s Shemiyah Finney was tied for sixth at four feet, 10 inches and teammate Kenzi Phipps was tied for ninth in a jump-off at four feet, 10 inches.

Blue Ridge’s Marlaina Morgan was third in the pole vault by clearing nine feet, six inches. She will wait to see if she earns the wild card to the state meet. Collinsville’s Baylee Laudermilk was seventh at eight feet, six inches, Wolfe City’s Meredith Sheets was 11th at seven feet, six inches and Bells’ Danielle Doggett was 13th in a jump-off at seven feet.

Blue Ridge’s Skylar Gerner and Shelby Gerner tied for 12th at four feet, eight inches.

Bells’ Hannah Ponder was third in the discus with a throw of 123 feet, six inches and will wait to see if she earns the wild card berth to state.

The Honey Grove 800 relay was fourth with a time of 1:51.82 while Blue Ridge was sixth in 1:53.80.

The Honey Grove 400 relay was fourth in a time of 51.65 seconds.

Bells’ Charli Waggoner was fifth in the 100 hurdles with a time of 17.15 seconds.

The Blue Ridge 1,600 relay placed fifth with a time of 4:24.33.

Honey Grove’s Tionna Cooper was sixth in the 200 with a time of 27.34 seconds.

Blue Ridge’s Ellery Martin was 13th in the 1,600 with a time of 6:30.95.

Honey Grove’s Abigail Rubio was 14th in the 3,200 with a time of 13:48.59.

On the boys side, Wolfe City’s Bowie Tanner qualified for state as the region runner-up in the discus with a throw of 150 feet, five inches.

The Blue Ridge 1,600 relay was third with a time of 3:37.59 and will wait to see if it earns a wild card berth to the state meet. Wolfe City was sixth at 3:41.22.

Blue Ridge’s Cameron Armstrong was sixth in the 400 with a time of 54.06 seconds.

Blue Ridge’s Isaac Gossage was fourth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.64 seconds.

Collinsville’s Ross Hutchens was fifth in the pole vault in a jump-off at 13 feet. Blue Ridge’s Isaac Gossage was 12th at 10 feet, six inches in a jump-off with Wolfe City’s Cody Bellville, who was 13th, and Honey Grove’s Ryan Lipstraw, who was 14th. Honey Grove’s Weston Aycock was 15th at nine feet, six inches.

Collinsville’s Dylan Kays, who was also 12th in the discus at 121 feet, was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 45 feet, nine and a half inches. Tanner was eighth at 44 feet, seven and a half inches, Bells’ Jacob Taylor was 11th at 41 feet, nine and three quarters inches, Trenton’s Robert Melton was 12th at 41 feet, two and a quarter inches and Bells’ Christian Smith was 13th at 40 feet, eight and three quarters inches.

Bells’ Bruce Chartier was fifth in the 800 with a time of 2:03.43. Honey Grove’s Ryan Lipstraw was seventh at 2:07.82, Blue Ridge’s Seth McCarley was 13th in 2:19.88 and Trenton’s Roberto Ramos was 15th in 2:24.65.

Honey Grove’s Aaron Nelson was sixth in the long jump at 19 feet, 11 and a half inches. Teammate Kentavion Smith was 13th at 19 feet, two and a half inches.

Blue Ridge’s Brandon Deleon was seventh in the high jump, clearing five feet 10 inches on a jumpoff. Honey Grove’s Kentavion Smith was eight, also clearing five feet, 10 inches.

Honey Grove’s Josue Rodriguez was seventh in the 100 with a time of 11.59 seconds.

Honey Grove’s Brandon Ramirez was seventh in the 3,200 with a time of 11:11.35 and seventh in the 1,600 with a time of 5:08.06.

Honey Grove’s Demetrius Pruitt was 10th in the triple jump at 40 feet and five inches. Bells’ Hunter Hawthorne was 13th at 37 feet, eight inches.

Blue Ridge’s Jordan Bailey was 13th in the discus at 116 feet, nine inches and teammate Harrison Martin was 15th at 113 feet, one inch. Honey Grove’s Ethan Price was 16th at 110 feet, OVERSET FOLLOWS:nine inches.

Class 1A Region III

WHITNEY — Savoy’s Sam Dugger won the region title in the long jump to qualify for the state meet at the Class 1A Region III track meet at Whitney High School.

Dugger had a leap of 42 feet, 10 and three quarters inches, more than a foot ahead of the the runner-up. Teammate Jake Popowski was third at 41 feet, seven and a quarter inch and will wait to see if he earns the wild card to state. A third Cardinal, Devin Smith, was fifth with a leap of 41 feet, five and a half inches.

Dugger was also fourth in the 300 hurdles at 44.48 seconds.

Tioga’s Will Koberick qualified for the state meet with a region runner-up finish in the 200 with a time of 23.09 seconds and edged third place by 0.03 seconds.

Tioga’s Justin Rodriguez placed third in the 3,200 with a time of 10:40.33 and was third in the 1,600 with a time of 4:54.60 and will wait to see if he earns the wild card berth to the state meet in either event.

Tioga’s Travis Price placed third in the 400 with a time of 52.62 seconds and will wait to see if he earns the wild card berth at state. Fannindel’s DayDay Johnson was seventh in 55.77 seconds.

Savoy’s Devin Smith was fourth in the long jump at 20 feet, two and a half inches. Teammate Patrik McCauley was 13th at 16 feet, 10 and a half inches.

The Tioga 400 relay was sixth with a time of 46.55 seconds while Savoy placed seventh in 46.72 seconds.

Savoy’s Bobby Marshall was sixth in the high jump, clearing five feet, eight inches. He was also seventh in the 110 hurdles at 18.37 seconds.

Savoy’s Lane Block was seventh in the discus with a throw of 115 feet, three inches.

Tioga’s Kaleb Scott was seventh in the 800 with a time of 2:15.33 while Savoy’s Nicholas Thigpen was 16th in 2:32.08. Scott was also 11th in the 1,600 with a time of 5:17.70

The Savoy 800 relay was eighth with a time of 1:40.99.

The Tioga 1,600 relay was sixth.

On the girls side, Tioga’s Carly Hough qualified for state with a region runner-up finish in the 200 with a time of 26.29 seconds.

The Tioga 800 relay placed third in a time of 1:54.60 and was 0.02 seconds from second and the automatic berth at state. It will wait to see if it earns the wild card spot.

Tioga’s Nicole Hill tied for fourth in the high jump at four feet, six inches.

Fannindel’s Tykeya Caesar was fifth in the long jump at 15 feet, eight and three quarters inches. Hough was seventh at 15 feet, six and three quarters inches. Savoy’s Lauren Cooper was 13th at 14 feet, two and a half inches.

Caesar was also sixth in the 100 hurdles at 18.51 seconds and seventh in the 200 at 28.77 seconds.

The Tioga 1,600 relay was sixth in 4:46.83.

The Tioga 400 relay was seventh in a time of 55.82 seconds.

Dodd City’s Lindsay Carter was seventh in the triple jump at 31 feet, three and three quarters inches.

Tioga’s Jerri Davis was 14th with a leap of 29 feet and Savoy’s Lauren Cooper was 15th at 28 feet, three and three quarters inches.

Tioga’s Morgen Klohn was 11th in the 3,200 with a time of 14:23.56 and 14th in the 1,600 with a time of 6:43.37.

Tioga’s Brianda Rosales was 11th in the 800 with a time of 2:55.89. Teammate Paityn Glaze was 15th in 3:04.04.

Rosales was also 13th in the 1,600 with a time of 6:43.37. Teammate Ashley Ruby was 15th in 7:45.83.