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Aragon Dons

Photo Courtesy of Aragon Dons
3/13/17
TKA Invite ---Dons Shine Day & Night with Medals and PRs Galore!


 



... at their venues. The Dons cleaned up with in the first four track events with medals going to all 4 members in each of the 4x 100 relay. That’s 12 medals to open the meet. The F/S Girls took first in a meet record time of  54.43 then the V Girls took 3rd in their race with a time of 54.90! Next the Boys relay teams V Boys capture 1st place with a meet record time of 44.40 with the F/S Boys stepping up to take 2nd in their race in 48.07. To see team members for each of the relays visit www.xcstats.com and on title page click on subscribing schools. From the alpha list drop down select Aragon. You will arrive at the Aragon T & F schedule click on the TKA meet highlight in blue for all results. Team members will be listed in the relay section.



 



Other medal winning events during the Sprint/Field part of the meet were:



 



GF/S 100m Maia Bhaumik 3rd place 13.97, BV 100m Sosiua Tongammoa 4th place 11.67, BF/S Danny Williams 5th place 12.40, VG 400m Shewta Ashokraj 2nd place 1:04.86, BV 400m  Alejandro Tenerio 4th place 54.13 and he medaled in the VB 200m with a 4th place finish! In the Field events G F/S Maia Bhaumik took second in both the Long & Triple Jumps with marks of 14’4” in LJ and 31”4” in the TJ. These events had Maia finish with a total of 4 Medals on the day! Danny Williams rounded out the Medal taking for the afternoon section of the meet by taking 4th in the Long Jump 16’9”.



 



Next were the Evening events on the track. They opened with the V Girls 1600m race featuring Senior Margot Bellon, Sophs. Beata Gold and Emma Madgic. The race start with Emma taking the lead and pushing the pace. She continued leading but closely followed by a State XC champion. Things stayed this way until about 110m to in the final lap. When eventual winner Alex Stout moved by Emma to edge her with a sub 5 minute time! While Emma was disappoint with that result she was more than happy with the PR (personal record) she set for herself with a  time of 5:06.18. This is the 3rd fastest 1600m race run by a girl in the schools history. Meanwhile moving along at a rapid pace as well were Margot and Beata. They finished 5th and 6th in times of 5:25.06 and 5:25.34! Both getting their PR’s along the way. Other Girls running in the Varsity and F/s Girls 1600m races who PR’s were newcomer to track Brooke Hager and Sydney Hou. Great Job, Ladies. Next up was Gael Cruanes in the Varsity boys 1600m race. While Gael missed the medal spot he was very happy with a new PR of 4:57.13! Well done considering a late return to running after a successful soccer season which ended in CCS playoffs. Then came the F/S Boys 1600m led by Soph. Noah Strause who ran a PR of 4:47.45 and finished picking up a medal in 5th place in field of 78 runners. No they were not all on the track at the same time. Leading the Freshman group was Owen Dodge, joining the team coming from his Basketball season. Owen  ran a 5:06.75. Then Philip Yuan 5:35.91 led the rest of the frosh with Johnathan Rozen, Ankur Mathur and Gama Santacruz Huerta coming in behind him/.



 



Senior Patrick Lynch ,who had been battling a knee issue, ran in the featured heat of the 800m. He took 3rd in a good early season time of 2:05.05 to pick up a medal. In the F/S 800m fresh of a hard 1600m race Owen Dodge ran a respectable 2:17.93.



 



The final event of the night for the Dons team saw 1600m medal winner Noah comeback to run the 3200m (8 laps) race. And run it he did as he ran very smart race. The top runner in the race was from Sacred Heart  in S F. Noah let him lead the whole race…until the last 60 to 70m when he blew past him to take the number one spot and his 2nd medal on the night in 10:32.44! And a PR. Very productive day for the strong Don T & F team! Go Dons…  



 



 



 



 



 


 

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