Track: Fallon gets results with small group at Reed Rotary meet

Fallon sophomore Bransyn Wright clears the bar at 6 feet, 2 inches, a personal best, to win the frosh/soph high jump at Friday’s Reed Sparks Rotary Invitational. His mark also would have won the varsity boys division.

Fallon sophomore Bransyn Wright clears the bar at 6 feet, 2 inches, a personal best, to win the frosh/soph high jump at Friday’s Reed Sparks Rotary Invitational. His mark also would have won the varsity boys division.
Photo by Thomas Ranson.

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The future is bright for the Greenwave track and field team.

Although the varsity girls and boys didn’t finish strong in last weekend’s Reed Sparks Rotary Invitational, Fallon finished fourth in the boys frosh/soph division with 105 points. Spanish Springs won both varsity divisions with 238 points in the girls and 220 in the boys, while Fallon tallied 16 points in the girls and 14 in the boys.

North Valleys totaled 118 points to finish the highest among the 3A teams, coming in fifth in the girls, while Spring Creek’s boys team finished fifth with 100 points to lead the 3A.

Competing with a smaller roster — Fallon’s spring break started the same weekend and the team didn’t compete in the relays — the Greenwave still had several finish in the top 10.

Top-10 results, and season and personal bests are listed below.



Senior Jaiden McFadden ran a personal-best 5.21 seconds in the 40-yard dash and a season-best 12.68 in the 100. Senior Braden Hendrix and junior Justin McArthur ran personal-bests of 25.66 and 26.87 in the 200. Junior Edwin Ugalde finished sixth in the 400 with a personal-best 53.42, and junior Brody Hughes ran a season-best 1:07.12.


Ugalde ran another personal record of 2:08.16 to finish fifth in the 800, and freshman Leojro Chavez and senior Cesar Gonzalez Ledesma each ran personal bests of 2:28.77 and 2:48.27. Senior Edmond Allyn ran a personal-best 5:26.03 in the 1600, and junior Uriel Romero-Montes had a season-best 5:30.29. Allyn had a season-best 11:55.49 in the 3200.


Senior Sebastian Escartin threw a personal-best 28 feet, 3 inches in the shot put, and juniors Alec Lecker and Jesse Garcia threw personal bests of 108-1 and 52-9 in the discus.


Sophomore Kaeden Simpson finished 10th in the high jump at 5-4. Senior Matthew Neumann had a personal-best 32-11.5 in the triple jump.



Sophomore Bransyn Wright finished third in the 100 with an 11.90 after finishing fifth in the prelims. Freshman Nathaniel Bianchi finished one spot shy of qualifying for the finals in the 200, running a personal-best 24.90. Freshman Adan Roman Montes, sophomore Joe Dahl and freshman Avery DeAloia all ran personal-best times of 25.98, 27.37 and 27.48. Montes finished fifth in the 400 with a personal-best 58.39, and Dahl also had a personal record of 1:00.69.


Freshmen Angel Quezda Cabrera, Zander Lewis and Angel Mendez Barajas each had personal-best times of 2:41.67, 2:48.62 and 3:01.08 in the 800. Cabrera also ran a personal-best 6:12.38 in the 1600, and freshmen Jarrett Ugalde Torres, Jackson Barbee and Leo Arcoraci each had personal records of 11:38.89, 11:52.93 and 12:33.90 in the 3200.


DeAloia finished second in the 110 hurdles in 18.66, a personal best, and Dahl finished fourth in the 300 hurdles in 48.19. DeAloia had a personal-best time of 49.36, and sophomore Maximillion Dahl finished with a personal-best 54.81 in the 300 hurdles.


Freshman Garrett Helton finished sixth in the shot put with a personal-best 37-3, while freshman Jason Lewis finished eighth in the discus with a personal-best 90-10. Sophomore Joseph Romero, Helton and freshman Charles Pettek also had personal bests of 85-1, 77-2 and 44-3 in the discus.


Wright finished with a personal-record 6-2 to win the high jump, and freshman Ryan Clark had a personal-best mark of 5 feet. Wright, whose high-jump mark would have won the varsity division by 2 inches, also won the triple jump with a leap of 39-7, and freshman Dion Gocong had a personal-best 30-8.5.


Maximillion Dahl finished fourth at 8-6 and Barbee had a personal-best mark of 7 feet.



Senior Jessalyn Lewis finished ninth in the 40 dash in 5.80, while senior Brienna McArthur ran a 5.96. Lewis had a season-best 13.73 to finish 11th in the 100, and McArthur ran a personal-best 14.46. Freshman Tommie Fitzer ran her best time in the 100 at 15.38.

Freshman Lillian Souza ran a personal-best 32.08 in the 200 as did junior Nadia Basurto with a 32.94. Basurto also had a personal-best 1:18.76 in the 400.


Sophomore Jeana Lee ran a personal-best 3:12.59 in the 800.


Freshman Karmen Alcantar ran a personal-best 20.93 in the 100 hurdles, and senior Sofia Basurto finished with a personal-best 55.77 in the 300 hurdles. Lee also ran a personal-record 1:01.94.


Freshman Allison Chiaratti threw a personal-best 16-1 in the shot put and 34-11 in the discus. Freshman Hannah Hanks had a personal-best 53-4 in the discus.


A day after missing the final flight of the triple jump, Lewis returned to finish second in the long with a mark of 15-5.75.


In the 49th-annual Elks Invitational, Fallon finished eighth in the girls division. There was no JV boys division.

In the relays, the girls 4x100 and 4x200 teams each finished seventh.  Alcantar, seniors Lewis and McArthur, and Basurto ran a 55.82 in the 4x100 race, while Fitzer, Alcantar and Souza, and Lee ran the 4x200 race in 2:07.19.

In the throws, McArthur and Madison Lewis finished third and fourth with personal bests of 27-5 and 27-3.5. Freshman Allison Chiaratti had a personal-best throw of 14-7.

In the discus, Lewis had a personal best of 66-9 and freshman Hannah Hanks threw a personal-best 46 feet.

Lewis won both the long and triple jumps with a personal-best 35-0.25 in the triple and season-best 15-6 in the long. Junior Kaelyn Hudgens had a personal-best 10-10.5 in the long.


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