Wickman sets a BHS record

Herald Staff Report

Even with a spring break-shortened squad, Bayfield High School still had a few “die-hard kids come out” for the Thunderbird Invitational on Saturday in Sangre de Cristo.

And they “competed very well,” BHS track and field head coach Sherri Kimball said.

Keith Wickman was the star of the show, Kimball said.

Wickman won the 100-meter dash in 11.6 seconds, and he won the 200 in a BHS record 22.8 seconds.

Luke Webb won the 1,600-meter run in 5 minutes, 2 seconds, and Brady Fields earned a podium spot with a third-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles.

Aubry Brown won the discus with a 130-foot, 4-inch throw.

Michael Hawkins won the shot put with a 45-foot, 7-inch throw.

Unofficially, Alamosa beat runner-up Bayfield for the boys title.

The girls 4x100-meter relay team finished second in 55.42 seconds. Bayfield was represented by Morgan Allred, Amy Roach, Jessie Roukema and Micaela Knickerbocker.

Samantha Espinoza won the shot put with a 33-foot, 7-inch throw.

Aubrey Lorenzen finished third in the 1-mile (6:21) and third in the 2-mile (14:25.)

BHS will compete Tuesday at the Montezuma-Cortez Invitational, then will host its annual Pine River Invitational on Saturday at Wolverine Country Stadium.

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