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Commerce Tigers Track Team Wins Cooper Bulldog Relays

The Varsity Commerce Tigers track team won another invitational, this time the Cooper Bulldog Relays. The champion Tigers finished with 221 points.

In field events, Dre Gadlin got third and Ty Hoffman followed in fourth in high jump. Triple jump featured Ashton Seale leaving with third in the event. De’Shawn Jackson got fourth in the long jump. Anton Stapleton won the shot put event and Omari Davis followed in second place. Richard Jackson earned the fourth spot in the event. In the discuss event, Omari Davis took gold with Roy Gaffney not far behind taking bronze in the event.

In the running events, Oliver Roberts won the 3200 run, with Jovani Costanada and Sacramento Galvan following closely behind in third and fourth, respectively. In the 4x100M relay, the Tigers team of Ashton Seale, Jaydon Harris, Carlos Aubrey, and De’shawn Jackson placed second. Enrique Morales won the 800M run, and Isaac Hernandez was not far behind in the event, coming in at fourth.

Continuing field events, Ty Hoffman won the 110M hurdles and Dre Gadlin got bronze. In the 100M dash two Tigers placed in the top five; De’Shawn Jackson and Carlos Aubrey, who finished at second and fifth, respectively. In the 4x200M relay, the Tiger team of Ashton Seale, Aiden Crowder, Edgar Castillo, and Jaydon Harris placed second. Enrique Morales and Isaac Hernandez got third and fifth in the 400 M dash.

Ty Hoffman took gold in the 300 M hurdles, with Dre Gadlin finishing behind Hoffman at second. One of the few events the Tigers did not fare as well as others was the 200 M dash, in that Ashton Seale placed third with Aidan Crower following in fourth place. De’Shawn Jackson came in sixth.

Oliver Roberts won the 1600M run, with Jovani Costanada and Sacramento Galvan placing fifth and sixth, respectively. And finally in the 1600 M relay, the Tiger team of Dre Gadlin, Enrique Morales, Aidan Crowder, and Issac Hernadez placed second.

The JV boys did very well for themselves, finishing second in points accumulated at the Cooper Bulldog Relays.

Next up, the Commerce Tigers track team will be back in action on Friday as they will be participating in the Paris Invitational. The meet is scheduled to begin at 10 A.M.


Author: Ross LaBenske

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