Van-Far freshman Chevi Windland continued to impress in the long distance races last week after her performance in the March 27 track and field meet in Louisiana.
Windland won the 3,200-meter event after finishing the race in 14:27. She also took second in the 1,600 meters in 6:21.
“Chevi is looking like a star in the making in the distance,” said Van-Far head coach Blake Logan. “She is improving and really working hard in practice.”
Jenise Johnson placed fourth in the 100 meters in 14.37 seconds and also ran the 200 meters in 30.19 seconds.
Autumn Cross took fourth in the 300-meter hurdles in 1:00.28 and sixth in the 400 meters in 1:12.26.
Breanna Gollaher placed sixth in the 800 meters in 3:18.25. She also finished the 200 meters in 32.40 seconds.
The boys team was led by Woodrow Jackson after a personal best time of 53.44 seconds was good for second in the 400 meters. Jackson also took third in the 100 meters in 11.88 seconds and third in the 200 meters in 24.87 seconds.
“Woodrow is looking like he could be one of the better 400 runners in the conference with some added body strength,” Logan said.
Cody Stubblefield took second in the 800 meters in 2:20.79. He also cleared 32’5” in the triple jump.
Logan Boyd took sixth in the 200 meters in 26.87 seconds, sixth in the long jump after clearing 17’.5”, and sixth in the high jump after clearing 5’. He also ran the 100 meters in 12.62 seconds.
“Everyone improved their times from the first meet…” Logan said.