LUBBOCK — Sherman’s Sadi Giles is headed back to the state track meet, once again in two events, after her performance at the Class 5A Region I track meet on Saturday.


The state track meet will be May 11-12 in Austin.


Giles was the runner-up in the 100 meter dash in 11.75 seconds, behind champion Keondra Davis of O.D. Wyatt.


Sherman’s Bria Bullard could be a wild card entry to state after she was third in the event with a time of 11.80 seconds.


Giles also qualified for state in the 200 as the runner-up, again to Davis, with a time of 24.41 seconds and Bullard was third in 24.74 seconds. Bullard will wait for a wild card in this event as well.


The Sherman girls 400 relay of Sa’Nyah Hunter, Bria Bullard, Jaydyn Bullard and Giles finished fourth with a time of 48.63 seconds.


Sherman’s Nathaniel Omayebu was 10th in the shot put with a throw of 45 feet, nine and a quarter inches.


Jacob Charske was 11th in the 800 with a time of 2:04.99.


Denison’s Maliyah Butler was sixth in the triple jump at 36 feet, two and three quarters inches.


Butler also was eighth in the long jump at 16 feet, four and a half inches while Zachareia Sommers was 15th at 15 feet, four inches.


Denison’s Mateo Reyes was sixth in the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.19 seconds.


Class 4A Region II


COMMERCE — Melissa’s Judson Greer and Kaylee Lewis and Celina’s Hannah Thompson all qualified for the state track meet in two events at the Class 4A Region II meet on Saturday.


Greer won the region title and advanced to state in the 3,200 with a time of 9:47 and also is headed to state with a region runner-up finish in the 1,600 with a time of 4:25.17. Teammate Jackson Scribner was 10th in 4:40.74.


Thompson won the region title and advanced to state in the 800 with a time of 2:19.79. It is the second straight region title in the event for Thompson. She also is going to state in the 1,600 after a runner-up finish in 5:24.69.


Lewis was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 100 with a time of 12.10 seconds. Lewis also was the region runner-up and heads to state in the 200 with a time of 24.76 seconds.


Anna’s Tamaya Tutson was the region champion and advanced to state in the 400 with a time of 57.73 seconds.


Celina’s Major Martin was the region champ and advanced to state in the 300 hurdles with a time of 38.49 seconds. Teammate Luke Greening was eighth in 42.60 seconds.


Melissa’s Cole McCraw returned to state by winning the region title in the high jump by clearing six feet, six inches and earning the tie-breaker over Nathan Johnson of Wills Point. Teammate Dorald Wood was 12th at five feet, 10 inches.


McCraw was also 14th in the triple jump at 41 feet.


Also on the boys side, Melissa’s Kennedy Lewis was third in the 200 with a time of 21.98 seconds. He will wait to see if he is a wild card entry to state.


The Celina 1,600 relay was fourth with a time of 3:19.36.


Bonham’s Tyler Rodriguez was fourth in the long jump by clearing 22 feet, 10 inches and 15th in the triple jump at 40 feet, six and a quarter inches.


Celina’s Zane Wharton was 12th in the 800 with a time of 2:03.22


Melissa’s Cale Hayes was 14th in the shot put with a throw of 43 feet, 10 and a half inches and Celina’s Luke Brinkerhoff was 15th with a toss of 43 feet, nine inches.


Also on the girls side, Celina’s Casey Thomas was fourth in the high jump by clearing five feet.


Melissa’s Marisa Brunson was seventh in the pole vault by clearing nine feet, six inches. Celina’s Rebekah Walters was 14th at seven feet.


Celina’s Hannah Thompson was eighth in the 3,200 with a time of 12:22.47. Anna’s Madison Hemenway was 11th at 12:40.55.


Melissa’s Susan Blake was eighth in the shot put with a toss for 33 feet, 11 inches.


Anna’s Caroline Boykin was eighth in the 1,600 with a time of 5:41.47.


Celina’s Amber Cunningham was 10th in the discus with a throw of 98 feet, seven inches.


Celina’s McKenzie Neely was 12th in the long jump at 16 feet, one and a half inches. teammate Damie Morgan was 13th at 15 feet, five and a half inches.


The Celina girls 400 relay was sixth with a time of 49.68 seconds.


The Celina girls 800 relay was seventh with a time of 1:45.23 seconds.


The Anna 1,600 relay was sixth with a time of 4:09.75 seconds.


Class 3A Region II


WHITEHOUSE — The Leonard girls and the Whitesboro boys won the team titles at the Class 3A Region II meet on Saturday.


Whitesboro totaled 89 points en route to their spot atop the standings while Leonard piled up 108 points.


Leonard earned six region titles, including a pair of relays.


Kelcie Simmons won the 100 and advanced to state with a time of 11.80 seconds. Howe’s Erin Blackburn was fourth in 12.55 seconds and S&S’ Autyme Cheek was sixth in 12.65 seconds.


Natalie Simmons won the 200 and advanced to state with a time of 24.41 seconds.


Natalie Simmons also won the region title and advanced to state in the triple jump at 36 feet, 11 and a quarter inches. Howe’s Bethany Masters was sixth at 34 feet, 11 inches, Callisburg’s Katelyn Thurman was 12th at 32 feet, five inches and teammate Macie Satterwhite was 16th at 31 feet, one inch.


The Simmons sisters took the top two spots in the long jump. Kelcie won at 18 feet, two and a quarter inch and Natalie was the runner-up at 18 feet, one and a quarter inch.


The 400 relay of Bridget Watson, Claudia Ware and the Simmons sisters won the region title in 47.44 seconds.


The 1,600 relay of Jessi Bennett, Kenleigh Stevens, Remi Long and Kelcie Simmons won the region title with a time of 4:01.05. Van Alstyne was eighth in 4:15.14.


Bennett was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 800 with a time of 2:26.


Howe’s Ally Harvey was the region champion in the high jump, clearing five feet, four inches and earning the tie-breaker over New Boston’s Chloe Davis and Fort Worth Harmony’s Chailynn Jones. Leonard’s Alyssa Davis and Callisburg’s Jessie Payne tied for seventh at five feet and Kelcie Simmons tied for 10th at four feet, 10 inches.


S&S’ Hailey Petty was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the discus with a throw of 112 feet, one inch and earned the automatic berth by an inch. Pottsboro’s Carlee Gearinger was seventh with a throw of 102 feet, 11 inches, Van Alstyne’s Alyssa Hill was seventh at 101, nine inches and Leonard’s Claudia Ware was 10th at 99 feet, three inches.


Callisburg’s Skylar Allen was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 400 with a time of 58.15 seconds. Pilot Point’s Tahlia Boyd was seventh in 1:02.16.


Pilot Point’s Savanna Hodnett was the region runner-up in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.82 seconds. Van Alstyne’s Sydney Ingram was third with a time of 16.26 seconds and will wait to see if she is a wild card entry. Gunter’s Lauren Nobles was fourth in 16.60 seconds.


The depth of Whitesboro’s team was on display.


The 800 relay of Weston Hickman, Noah Greisen, Bradley Klingler and Brent Riddle was the region champion with a time of 1:27.95.


Tanner Young was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the discus with a throw of 141 feet, eight inches. Pottsboro’s Keegan Pritchett was eighth at 128 feet, seven inches and Leonard’s Ronnie Hart was 12th at 121 feet, six inches.


Greisen was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 200 with a time of 21.99 seconds. Van Alstyne’s Ty Cosper was fourth with a time of 22.85 seconds.


Hickman was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 300 hurdles with a time of 39.08 seconds. Van Alstyne’s George Hall was sixth in 41.02 seconds.


Hall was also third in the high jump, clearing six feet, four inches and claiming third on tie-breakers with Howe’s Ty Harvey. Hall will wait to see if he is a wild card entry for state.


The 400 relay of Scout Sanders, Riddle, Hickman and Greisen was the region runner-up with a time of 42.47 seconds.


Pilot Point’s Connor Walker won the region title and advanced to state in the 3,200 with a time of 9:49.43. Whitesboro’s Michael Urbina advanced as the runner-up in 9:49.66. Teammate Max Merlyn was fifth in 10:20.80.


Pilot Point’s Adam Mendoza was the region champ and advanced to state in the 800 with a time of 1:56.42 while Whitesboro’s Dustin White was the region runner-up and advanced with a time of 1:57.03.


The Van Alstyne 1,600 relay of Jake Carroll, Cam Montgomery, George Hall and Sam Tormos won the region title and advanced to state with a time of 3:24.86 while Pottsboro’s quartet of Jared Miller, Luke Miller, Alex Esparza and Ezra Fritts was the runner-up in 3:24.98 to also advance.


Pilot Point was third with a time of 3:25.66 and will see if it earns a wild card berth to state.


Whitewright’s Jace Andrew was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the long jump by clearing 21 feet, six and a half inches.


Whitewright’s Seth Jackson was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the shot put with a throw of 47 feet, three inches. Pilot Point’s Cody Binyon was third at 46 feet, 11 inches and will wait to see if he earns a wild card entry to state. Van Alstyne’s Zane Madison was 10th at 43 feet, one inch.


Klingler was fifth in the triple jump at 43 feet, eight inches and Van Alstyne’s Jackson Rogers was ninth at 40 feet, eight inches. Klingler was also ninth in the long jump at 20 feet and a quarter inch.


Riddle was fifth in the 100 with a time of 11.33 seconds.


Van Alstyne’s Dylan Porter was fifth in the 110 hurdles in 15.80 seconds. Gunter’s Tristen Meadors was sixth in 15.82 seconds.


Van Alstyne’s Austin Moore was fifth in the pole vault by clearing 13 feet. Pilot Point’s Kolton Reid tied for ninth at 12 feet and Howe’s Zimry Weatherspoon and Gunter’s Ryan Morrison tied for 11th at 11 feet, six inches.


S&S’ Ruri Aguilar was sixth in the 400 with a time of 51.88 seconds.


Also on the girls side, in the 300 hurdles, Van Alstyne’s Sara Fernandez was third in 47.29 seconds and will wait to see if she is a wild card entry. Masters was sixth in 46.84 seconds and Ingram was eighth in 49.66 seconds.


Van Alstyne’s Riley Reece was third in the shot put with a toss of 34 feet and a quarter inch and will wait to see if she earns a wild card entry to state. Pottsboro’s Sammy Wallis was ninth at 32 feet, two inches and Callisburg’s Victoria Crowsey was 13th at 31 feet, one and three quarters inches.


Ingram also was fifth in the long jump at 17 feet, two and a quarter inches and Whitewright’s Imari Bell was seventh at 16 feet, two and a half inches.


Leonard’s 800 relay was fourth with a time of 1:44.


Pilot Point’s Brisa Hernandez was fourth in the 3,200 with a time of 11:50 and Leonard’s Audrey Shaw was fifth with a time of 12:00. Shaw also was with in the 1,600 with a time of 5:33.08 and Hernandez was sixth with a time of 5:33.31.


Class 2A Region II


SPRINGTOWN — The Honey Grove girls finished as the region runner-up with 63 points, one point behind Lindsay, and Blue Ridge’s Skylar Gerner qualified for state in two events at the Class 2A Region II meet on Saturday.


Gerner won the region title and she advanced to state in the triple jump by winning with a leap of 35 feet, five and a quarter inch. Honey Grove’s Diavian Shaw was the region runner-up and advanced to state by clearing 35 feet, four and three quarters inches.


Gerner also qualified for the state meet with a region runner-up finish in the high jump. She cleared five feet, two inches and got the second state berth on misses against Sam Rayburn’s Sara Carpio, who will wait to see if she gets a wild card entry.


Bells’ Alexis Grove and Honey Grove’s Kenzi Phipps tied for seventh at four feet, 10 inches. Bells’ Kayton Arnold was 11th, also at four feet, 10 inches.


Gerner also was third in the long jump at 16 feet, eight inches and will wait to see if she earns a wild card entry to state in the event. Honey Grove’s Tionna Cooper was 10th at 15 feet, three inches.


Honey Grove’s Amelia Butler won the region title and advanced to state in the 800 with a time of 2:26 and was sixth in the 400 with a time of 1:03.86.


In the 800 relay, Honey Grove’s Shaw, Brigham, Houston and Cooper won the region title and advanced to state with a time of 1:47.69.


In the 400 relay, Honey Grove’s Shaw, Azia Brigham, Za’Naysha Houston and Cooper was the region runner-up and advanced to state with a time of 50.75 seconds.


Cooper also advanced to state as the region runner-up in the 200 with a time of 26.03 seconds.


Blue Ridge’s Marlaina Morgan won the region title and advanced to state in the pole vault by clearing 10 feet, six inches.


Collinsville’s Dylan Kays won the region title and advanced to state in the shot put with a throw of 50 feet, one inch. Wolfe City’s Bowie Tanner was ninth at 42 feet, 11 and three quarters inches, Bells’ Christian Smith was 10th at 41 feet, nine and a half inches and Honey grove’s Jake Caffee was 14th at 39 feet, eight and a half inches.


Tanner was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the discus with a throw of 149 feet, seven inches. Kays also was sixth in the discus throw at 138 feet, 10 inches, Smith was 12th at 123 feet, three inches and Blue Ridge’s Christopher Gidney was 14th at 110 feet, nine inches.


Honey Grove’s Ryan Lipstraw was third in the 800 with a time of 2:02.07 and will wait to see if he earns a wild card entry to state. Collinsville’s Antonio Ramirez was sixth in 2:08.89.


Blue Ridge’s Jacob Stroup was third in the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.11 seconds and will wait to see if he is a wild card entry for state. Wolfe City’s Adam Palstring placed fifth in 16.02 seconds. Stroup also finished sixth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 41.90 seconds.


Blue Ridge’s Joel Linn was third in the 400 with a time of 51.56 seconds and will wait to see if he gets a wild card entry to the state meet.


Blue Ridge’s Alex Branscome finished fourth in the 3,200 with a time of 10:41.80 and fifth in the 1,600 with a time of 4:56.57.


In the 800 relay, Honey Grove was fourth with a time of 1:34.22.


Tom Bean’s Asa Osbourn was fourth in the long jump by clearing 20 feet, nine and a half inches. Honey Grove’s Aaron Nelson was seventh at 20 feet, one and a half inches. Osbourn was also ninth in the triple jump at 38 feet, eight inches and Nelson was 12th in the triple jump at 37 feet, nine and a half inches.


Bells’ Kason Huschke was fifth in the pole vault by clearing 11 feet, six inches. Lipstraw was seventh at that same height on misses. Wolfe City’s Cody Bellville was eight at 11 feet and Blue Ridge’s Utah Porath was 11th at 10 feet, six inches.


Honey Grove’s Aaron Nelson was sixth in the 200 with a time of 23.80 seconds seconds. Sam Rayburn’s Danny Froese was eighth in 24.13 seconds.


In the 1,600 relay, Honey Grove was sixth with a time of 3:36.34.


Honey Grove’s Kentavion Smith was eighth in the pole vault, clearing six feet, and Blue Ridge’s Brandon Deleon was 10th by clearing five feet, 10 inches.


Wolfe City’s Tim Wright was 13th in the triple jump at 36 feet, 11 and three quarters inches.


Honey Grove’s Brandon Ramirez was 13th in the 1,600 with a time of 5:13.72.


Also on the girls side, Tom Bean’s Baylee Stautzenberger was fourth in the discus with a throw of 107 feet, six inches. Teammate Ellie Bailey was 15th at 85 feet, three inches.


Bells’ Danielle Doggett tied for seventh in the pole vault at seven feet, six inches with Wolfe City’s Meredith Sheets.


In the 1,600 relay, Honey Grove was seventh with a time of 4:19.25.


Collinsville’s Savannah Fields was 11th in the shot put with a toss of 32 feet and a half inch. Honey Grove’s Reonna Finney was 16th at 29 feet, seven inches. Fields was also 13th in the discus at 93 feet, three inches.


Blue Ridge’s Kylie Huddleston was 15th in the 1,600 with a time of 6:47.88.


Trenton’s Kaylee Bennett was 16th in the discus with a throw of 70 feet, two inches.


Honey Grove’s Abigail Rubio was 16th in the 3,200 with a time of 14:21.68.


Class 1A Region III


WHITNEY — Savoy’s Devin Smith won the region title and advanced to state in the long jump by clearing 20 feet, 10 inches.


Smith was also fifth in the triple jump at 41 feet, two inches and teammate Jake Popowski tied for ninth at 38 feet, five and a quarter inches.


In the 1,600 relay, the Tioga boys were third with a time of 3:37.86 ad will wait to see if they earn a wild card entry to state.


In the 800 relay, the Savoy boys finished fourth with a time of 1:37.24 while Fannindel was eighth in 1:41.13.


Tioga’s Micah Wilson was fourth in the 100 with a time of 23.87 seconds. Savoy’s Nicholas Thigpen was eighth in 24.57 seconds.


Tioga’s Cade Kimbrell was fifth in the 100 with a time of 11.90 seconds.


Tioga’s Justin Rodriguez was fifth in the 3,200 with a time of 10:51.96, sixth in the 1,600 with a time of 4:54.42 and seventh in the 800 with a time of 2:10.84.


In the 400 relay, Tioga finished in sixth with a time of 46.79 seconds.

Savoy’s Bobby Marshall was seventh in the high jump by clearing five feet, eight inches.


Tioga’s Kaleb Scott was 11th in the 800 with a time of 2:13.01 and Dodd City’s Alec Simpson was 13th at 2:17.70.


Tioga’s Ethan Staples was 14th in the 1,600 with a time of 5:27.62 and Savoy’s Hunter Carrasco was 15th in 5:31.28.


Tioga’s Carly Hough was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the 100 with a time of 13.47 seconds. Teammate Lauren Waller was fifth in 13.80 seconds.


Fannindel’s Maya Caesar was the region runner-up and advanced to state in the high jump by clearing four feet, 10 inches and earning the tie-breaker over Sydney Williams of Yantis for the second automatic berth. Tioga’s Nicole Hill was ninth at four feet, six inches and Ector’s Sunnie Bingham was 13th at four feet.


In the 1,600 relay, the Tioga girls placed third with a time of 4:19.36 and will wait to see if they are a wild card entry for state.


In the 400 relay, the Tioga girls finished fourth with a time of 54.20 seconds.


In the 800 relay, the Tioga girls finished fourth with a time of 1:54.87.


Tioga’s Brianna Bradley was fourth in the triple jump by clearing 32 feet, six and a quarter inches.


Savoy’s Hadley Pearce was seventh in the discus with a throw of 93 feet, one inch.


Savoy’s Brynlee Washburn was seventh in the 400 with a time of 1:07.93.


Ector’s Riley Evans was eighth in the 3,200 with a time of 14:25.08 while Tioga’s Jennifer Rodriguez was 11th in 15:08.79.


Evans was 13th in the 1,600 with a time of 6:27.06 while Tioga’s Brittany Barnett was 14th in 6:54.50 and teammate Yahaira Rodriguez was 15th in 7:35.93.


Fannindel’s Alajiah Kelley was 12th in the long jump by clearing 14 feet. Savoy’s Lauren Cooper was 14th at 13 feet, five and a half inches and Tioga’s Isabel Pena was 15th at 13 feet, four and three quarters inches.


Tioga’s Stormi Dutton was 14th in the 800 with a time of 2:58.32.