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Jaguars compete in Panther Relays




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CASTROVILLE -- Members of the Floresville Jaguar track and field teams traveled to Medina Valley High School March 29 to compete in the Panther Relays. The varsity girls finished ninth in the team standings, and the junior varsity squad finished sixth. Individual results are as follows.

Varsity

Erica Hernandez-1st, long jump; 3rd, triple jump; 5th, high jump.

Payton Cannon-5th, triple jump; 6th, 4x200-meter relay.

Ari Hernandez-6th, 3,200-meter run.

Jennifer Mahula-5th, 100-meter dash; 6th, 4x200-meter relay.

DeHavalan Watts-6th, 4x200-meter relay.

Brooke Meis-6th, 4x200-meter relay.

Junior varsity

Lexi Smith-1st, pole vault.

Nanette Labrada-2nd, pole vault; 5th, 4x200-meter relay; 5th, 400-meter run; 6th, 4x400-meter relay.

Victoria Mayorga-5th, discus.

Lissie Kimes-5th, 4x200-meter relay.

Ali Cantu-5th, 4x200-meter relay; 4th, 200-meter dash; 6th, 4x400-meter relay.

Areal Herrera-5th, 4x200-meter relay.

Jessica Cranston-3rd, 1,600-meter run; 6th, 4x400-meter relay.

Haleigh Lewis-6th, 4x400-meter relay.
 

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