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Andres-Dougan breaks own school-record as Tigers get in final tune-up

Andres-Dougan breaks own school-record as Tigers get in final tune-up

With the conference and region championships less than a week away, the nationally ranked Cowley College men and women's outdoor track and field teams got in a final tune-up by competing at the Southwestern College Relays Saturday in Winfield, KS. Once again, the Tiger men were led by sophomore Diego Andres-Dougan breaking his own school-record in the 110-meter hurdles.

Andres Dougan placed first with a time of 14.81 in the 110-meter hurdles, while also winning the triple jump (48-0).

"Diego is a very good athlete that puts the work in practice to be great," Cowley head coach Cameron Rieth said. "Overall, the meet was a good tune-up before the region and conference championship season."

Tiger pole vaulters, Luke Faulkner and Arantxa Cortez placed first at the meet, and Cowley won six events.

"Our pole vault performance is a testament to what coach Parker Ray is doing with these athletes," Rieth said. "At Cowley we kind of hang our hat on being good in the pole vault."

Other first place finishers for the Tigers were the Cowley men's 4x200-meter relay team and the women's 4x100-meter relay team.

The Cowley College men and women's outdoor track and field teams will now turn its attention to competing at the Region VI/Jayhawk Conference Championships held Thursday through Saturday in Garden City, KS.

"We want to put our best foot forward and compete well despite whatever weather challenges we may face in Garden City," Rieth said. "We hope to bring back some hardware."



*Hammer – Trevor Green, 155-3, fifth; Ahmed Brown, 114-3, 13th.   

*Discus – Mario Garcia Arroyo, 149-6, third; Simeon Faagai, 135-10, fourth; Jean-De Dixon, 131-1, seventh; Jaden Schneeberger, 130-3, ninth; Brown, 124-11, 10th; Abner Johnson, 114-8, 15th.

*Shot put – Brown, 50-4, fourth; Schneeberger, 45-6 ¼, eighth; Garcia Arroyo, 40-4 ¼, 13th.

*Triple jump – Diego Andres-Dougan, 48-0, first; Arcine Thompson, 39-5 ¾, 10th.

*Long jump – Thompson, 17-6, 14th.

*Pole vault – Luke Faulkner, 13-3 ½, first; Slade Roberts, 11-3 ¾, sixth.

*4x200-meter relay – Cowley "A", 1:28.45, first.

*4x100-meter relay – Cowley "A", 42.86, ninth.

*1,500-meter run – Aidan Wells, 4:09.91, fourth; Santiago Nunez, 4:12.67, seventh; Jacob Coronado, 4:12.70, eighth; Joel Rodriguez, 4:21.48, 14th; Muneer Suied, 4:26.58, 20th; Edgar Reyes, 4:29.71, 22nd; Basheer Suied, 4:29.96, 23rd; Aaron Medrano, 4:53.17, 36th.

*110-meter hurdles – Andres-Dougan, 14.81, first, school-record.

*400-meter run – Miles Yallop, 49.92, fourth.

*800-meter run – Edwin Olvera, 2:05.33, 28th.

*400-meter hurdles – Nathaniel Hubbard, 56.59, second.     

*Mixed Relays – Cowley (Hubbard, Garcia, Boothe, Pinnock), second.


*Javelin – Shardenai Davis, 111-2, second.

*Hammer – Kayla McClellan, 158-7, second; Chloe Wilson, 156-11, third; Bernesha Knowles, 145-0, sixth; Sarah Robinson, 139-8, seventh; Alejandra Handie, 132-6, 11th; Rashanna Thorne, 104-4, 19th; Dajian Salmon, 101-0, 20th.

*Discus – McClellan, 142-8, second; Handie, 117-7, sixth; Thorne, 110-9, eighth; Davis, 84-3, 17th.

*Shot put – Kyra Choice, 38-10 ¼, fifth; Thorne, 37-8 ¾, seventh; Handie, 35-4, 10th; McClellan, 33-5 ¼, 14th; Robinson, 25-2 ½, 24th.

*Triple jump – Abby Rueschhoff, 34-4 ¾, seventh.

*Long jump – Rueschhoff, 16-7, sixth.  

*Pole vault – Arantxa Cortez, 10-11 ¾, first.

*100-meter hurdles – Allison Catlin, 16.92, fourth.

*1,500-meter run – Karissa Glover, 5:03.89, second; Kristen Wilson, 5:13.80, fifth; Yazmin Reyes, 5:31.70, 13th.

*100-meter hurdles – Catlin, 16.92, fourth.

*800-meter run – Asaris Dandicourt-Goire, 2:31.85, third; Alayna Love, 2:47.43, 20th.

*400-meter hurdles – Lashae' Smith, 1:16.73, ninth.

*200-meter dash – Genique Bassett, 28.26, 27th.

*5,000-meter run – Delicia Boothe, 21:30.72, eighth.

*4x100-meter relay – Cowley "A", 50.42, first.

*Mixed Relays – Cowley (Hubbard, Garcia, Boothe, Pinnock), second.