RELAYING THE MESSAGE
Genesis Coker takes the hand off from Iliana Robles during last Friday' high school girls' 400-meter relays as part of the annual Golden Tornado Relays.
RELAYING THE MESSAGE Genesis Coker takes the hand off from Iliana Robles during last Friday' high school girls' 400-meter relays as part of the annual Golden Tornado Relays.

Lamesa High School’s annual Golden Tornado Relays made another successful run here last Friday evening with the local tracksters putting on quite a performance in front of their hometown fans.
A strong showing from  their relays helped the Golden Tornado track girls roll up a whopping 230 points to win their home track meet.
“This was a very good meet for our girls. Many of our young athletes had their personal best performances at our meet,” Golden Tor Coach RoseMary McCall said. “Hard work in practice daily will be the key to improvement as our season progresses.”
The Golden Tor track girls won both the 400- and 800-meter relays with respective times of 51.79 and 1:53.47.
Members of that winning 400-meter sprint relay were Desiree Guajardo, Andrea Marquez, Iliana Robles and Genesis Coker.
Making up their 800-meter relay team were Vanessa Moreau, Iliana Robles, Andrea Marquez and Genesis Coker.
The Tor track girls took second in the 1,600-meter relay with a time of 4:32.90 with the team of Amber Enriquez, Iliana Robles, Destiny Guajardo and Desiree Guajardo.
Destiny Guajardo also won the 1,600 in 6:18.65 and 3,200 in 13:59.94.
Other gold medal winners for the Tor track girls were Myriah Rivas in the pole vault after clearing seven feet, Yari Lopez in the 800 with a time of 2:49.95, Kayla Jackson in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 18.58 and Desiree Guajardo in the 400-meter with a time of 53.86.
Aaron Aguilar and Austin Foust continue to help lead the Golden Tornado track boys.

 

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