Bonds, who also ran on the winning 400 relay team and finished third in the 100, helped Centennial build a big lead heading into Saturday’s events.
Martin ran the 100-meter dash in a personal-record time of 10.71 seconds on Saturday morning at Desert Oasis to claim the Mountain Region championship and an automatic bid in the state meet next week. The sturdy senior doubled as a running back for Legacy’s football team and said he started preparing for track season after football concluded.
Edmond ran the 100 meters in 11.84 seconds on Saturday at Desert Oasis to secure the Moutain Region championship — and an automatic bid to the Class 4A state meet next week. Teammate Aniya Smith finished second in 12.11, and Centennial’s Quincy Bonds ran 12.16 for third.
Anthony Hunter hit a 3-pointer with four seconds to play to give Durango’s boys basketball team a 67-66 road win over Sierra Vista on Friday.
Nicholas held off hard-charging Massimiliano Swenson of Bishop Gorman to become Desert Oasis’ first region cross country champion. The Diamondbacks also won the boys region team title, another first in school history.
Claire Rawlins trailed Basic’s Raquel Chavez for much of the race, but stayed within striking distance to the end. She then raced past Chavez and held off Sierra Vista’s Sarriah Brown to win the 3.1-mile race in 19 minutes, 16 seconds.
Jonathan Tendale poured in a game-high 32 points as Chaparral’s boys basketball team held on for a 64-57 road win over Boulder City on Thursday night.
Sierra Vista’s Shania Harper had 23 points and 15 rebounds Friday to power the host Mountain Lions’ girls basketball team past Clark, 43-35.
Kevin Legardy scored 40 points and helped Canyon Springs’ boys basketball team stave off Eldorado for a 78-74 home victory on Fridaynight.
Jacob Heese was 11-for-11 from the free-throw line and scored 26 points Friday to lead the Desert Oasis boys basketball team to an 84-78 road win over Sierra Vista.