The Desert Oasis boys posted 195 points and the Palo Verde girls had 163 to win the team titles at the Class 4A Desert Region track and field meet Wednesday at Desert Oasis High.
Arbor View’s Adrian Armstrong won three individual events on Tuesday to help the Aggies win a three-team meet at Shadow Ridge.
Mojave and Spring Mountain’s boys track and field programs claimed state championships in their respective classes at Carson High School on Saturday afternoon.
Michael Canada won a pair of events on Thursday to lead the Spring Valley boys track team to a narrow home victory in a three-team meet.
Musio Jimenez-Vazquez of Sunrise Mountain broke a 27-year-old record in the 3,200-meter run on Friday during the Class 3A state track and field meet at Foothill, winning in a time of 9 minutes, 35.32 seconds.
R.J. McCarter won three events and was second in another Wednesday to lead Bonanza’s boys track team to an 82-64 home win over Sierra Vista.
After sweeping both hurdles in this year’s Sunrise meet Saturday, the quick-learning David Washington will be seeking a repeat performance at the Division I state meet, which begins at 3 p.m. Friday in Carson City. The meet concludes Saturday.
Nikolas Bracken finished first in three events Tuesday to lead Bishop Gorman’s boys track team to victory in a three-team home meet.
Faith Lutheran standout Mark Rubalcaba was named the Gatorade Nevada Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year on Friday. He won the long jump and triple jump in leading the Crusaders to the Division I-A state team title.
Blaine Thompson, the longtime track and field, and boys cross country coach at Green Valley known for his straw hat and bulging vein in his forehead, was remembered as an inspirational leader during a candlelight vigil at the school Monday night.