Lady Wave finishes 3rd in Truckee meet

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More than 10 Greenwave student-athletes placed in the top 10 of the Bob Shaffer Track Classic as Fallon finished third in the girls division and ninth in the boys.
McQueen swept both divisions with 424 points in the boys and 236 in the girls. Truckee finished the highest among the 3A schools in the girls division, taking second over Fallon, 222-180. North Valleys was the best 3A team in the boys division with 86 points. Fallon finished with 36.
Fallon finishes the regular season on Saturday with the Carson Invite before traveling to North Valleys in two weeks for the regional meet. State is in three weeks at Reed.
Senior McCartney McAlexander led the way for the girls, capturing the shot put and high jump while finishing second in both the 100-meter and 300 hurdles.
She threw a personal best in the shot put to win at 41 feet, 1 inch, followed by teammate and senior Madeline Stephens, who threw for 32-2, and senior Britney McArthur in eighth with a personal-best 27-11.75.
McAlexander won the high jump at 5-4 and finished second to Truckee’s Julia Egan in both hurdle events. She recorded personal bests in the 100 at 15.66 seconds and 300 at 49.68.
Senior Zoey Brown finished 10th in the 300 hurdles in 56.72.
Stephens won the discus – her first event victory this season – with a throw of 107-7, a personal best. Senior Michaella Pursley finished fourth in the pole vault at 8-6 and ninth in the discus at 77-6.
Sophomore Jessalyn Lewis had a personal-best to finish second in the triple jump at 34-0.25 and also finished third in the long jump at 14-10.5. Lewis also finished ninth in the 100 at 13.71.
Senior Savanna Regli placed in the long-distance running events, finishing fifth in the 1600 at 6:01.70 and sixth in the 3200 at 13:29.70.
In the relays, the 4x100 team finished second at 55.78, and the 4x200 and 4x400 teams finished seventh at 2:02.75 and 5:01.29. Senior Rachel Mori, sophomores Zoey Jarrett and Brienna McArthur, and Lewis ran on the 4x100 team while the same set with Rebeca Quesada Gea in place of Lewis ran on the 4x200 team. Brown, Regli, Jarrett and Mori ran the 4x400 race.
For the boys, sophomore Kanigh Snyder was the highest-placer after jumping 39-7.75, a personal best, to finish third. He ran a personal best in the 400 in 53.92 to finish seventh and he also finished seventh in the discus with a throw of 117-5.
Sophomore Edmond Allyn finished 10th in the pole vault with a personal-best 8-6.
Freshman James Sorensen finished fourth in the 110 hurdles with a personal-best 17.57 and ran a 46.80 to take ninth in the 300 hurdles. Sorensen finished 10th in the long jump at 18-9, a personal best.
In the relays, the 4x800 team of juniors William Brim-Klein and Yahir Ugalde, and freshmen Garrett Rasmussen and Edwin Ugalde finished seventh in 9:44.59. The same team with senior Caleb Proffen in place of Edwin Ugalde finished the 4x400 race in 10th at 3:58.78. Seniors Luke Sorensen and Proffen, and sophomores Ethan Tarner and Max McCoy ran the 4x200 relay in 1:40.42 for second. Junior Casamaro White, and sophomores Teon Erwin, McCoy and Tarner finished ninth in the 4x100 relay in 49.18.


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