Bradshaw Mountain Places High In Home Track and Field Meet

20 April 2017
Bradshaw Mountain track and field competes at a home meet on Wednesday April 12th, 2017 at Bradshaw Mountain High School in Prescott Valley, Arizona. All Photos by: Torrence Dunham
Bradshaw Mountain Track and Field Places First In A Number of Events At Home Meet

PRESCOTT VALLEY- Bradshaw Mountain High School hosted a track and field meet on Wednesday April 12th, 2017 as rival Prescott High School attended along with other schools such as Chino Valley and Mayer High School.

Bradshaw Mountain High School did well in the field events with Ryan Shaver finishing first in the shot-put and discus while Jordan Minor placed first in the triple jump at 42.0’.

Meanwhile for the girls, three competitors placed in the top ten for shot-put with Reillie Smith coming in second, Julie Schuchard fifth and Bailey Rozendaal sixth. Meanwhile Courtnie Cobb picked up third in discus. Bailey Rozendaal was the lone first-place recipient for the girl’s field events finishing with 14’33” in the long jump.

A Bears’ competitor finished first in four of the six individual track events for the boys while Jazlyn Cornejo took first in the 300 meter dash for the girl’s team.

“Today was really good,” said Bradshaw Mountain head coach Jason Shaver. “We had a really good time. it’s always nice when we get Prescott, Chino, Mayor, surrounding areas, to come over and have some fun with us on the track.”

Meanwhile for Prescott High School, seven competitors finished in the top-five for the boy’s track events as Robert Uniacke took the highest placing in the triple jump at 35’7’’.

The Badgers had two competitors finish first in the running events with Levi Habecker winning the 180 meter.

Makenna Jex for Prescott High School won the shot put at 28.1’ as Mary Hald placed second in the discus at 67.2. Additionaly, Micaela Willman tied for first with a 4’ in the high jump. The Badgers also had two competitors finish first in the running events.

“The team did good,” said Prescott High School assistance coach Ken Swigart. “Toward the end of the season you start focusing on your varsity, so meets like this let us focus on our junior people and allows them to get points toward their letter.”

Finally, Chino Valley High School had two top-five finishers in the boy’s field events as Joshua Jackson came in fifth at the shot put with 37.7’ and Aarom Morgan took second in the discus with 57.7’.