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DILLEY TRACK AND FIELD
Aranda captures four gold medals, Dilley finishes a point behind Brackettville for second.
Dorian Aranda continued to burn up the track this season, earning three first place medals at the Wildcat Relays in Carrizo Springs last week.
Aranda was first overall in the 100m dash, running a blistering 10.81 time in the event.
He was also first in both the triple and long jump.
He likely would have been favored to win the 200m dash as well, but the abbreviated event didn’t include that race, among others, that were not finished.
The Wolves finished second to Eagle Pass at the meet, taking second place by a single point.
According to DHS Head Track Coach Victor Flores, the team should have won the meet but discrepencies in the final tallying of event results left the Wolves a point behind the Eagles. Flores said one of his pole vault athletes won that event but results and point totals were not included in the final scoring.
Dilley results are as follows: 100m dash, first, Dorian Aranda, 10.81, fourth, Jayden Gonzales, 11.52, sixth, Aiden Gonzales, 11.71; 200m dash; 3,200m run, third, Anthony Guerra, 11:37.00; 400m relay, second, Colton Ward, Jorge Herrada, Aiden Gonzales, Jayden Gonzales, 46.26; long jump, first, Dorian Aranda, 20’5″; shot put, fourth, Jonathan E., 35’8″; triple jump, first, Dorian Aranda, 43’9-1/2″; high jump, second, Jayden Gonzales, 5’4″.
Dilley played host to the annual Wolf Pack Relays Wednesday evening, March 8 at Gosch Field. Field events were scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.
Teams in attendance included West Campus, Hondo, Cotulla, Holy Cross, Lackland, Freer, Dilley, Carrizo Springs, Crystal City, La Pryor, Lytle, Charlotte, Brackettville, Natalia and Laredo Harmony.