Mansfield ISD athletes qualify for state track

May 2, 2024
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Mansfield, Lake Ridge, Timberview and Summit High School track athletes will compete at the UIL State 5A and 6A Track Meets May 3-4. The Timberview boys team secured the Regional Champion title, while the Lady Wolves achieved a third-place finish.

Qualifiers for the 6A category include:

Mansfield High School

Zion Robinson - High Jump

Boys 4x100m Relay Team: Jacobe Hayes, Fola Oyalami, Kah’Vanti Bell-Phillips, and Zion Robinson

Lake Ridge High School

Isaiha Pena - Shot Put

Kason Johnson - Triple Jump

Qualifiers for the 5A category include:

Timberview High School

Alex Moore - 110H

Tyler Madison - 100M

Cameron Bates and Alex Moore - 300M Hurdles

Omari Mitchell - 200M

Michael Henderson - Long Jump

Girls 4x100M Relay: Brooke Middleton, Norah Nwonumah, Skye Fields, Jayla Bledsoe, Suree Sanders, Da’Nayah Batiste, Tahja Mims

Boys 4x100M Relay: Nathan Tilmon, John Ware, Tyler Madison, Omari Mitchell, Michael Henderson, Harvey Scott

Girls 4x200M Relay:  Skye Fields, Jayla Bledsoe, Reagan Williams, Norah Nwonumah, Brooke Middleton, Da’Nayah Batiste, Suree Sanders

Boys 4x200M Relay: Michael Henderson, Tyler Madison, Harvey Scott, Omari Mitchell, Nathan Tilmon, Josh Neroes

Boys 4x400M Relay: Brandon Gilmore, Nye’gil Wright, Chance Collins, Cameron Bates, Harvey Scott, AJ Moore

Summit High School

Eduardo Estrada - 800M

Kaidyn Johnson-Glimore - Girls High Jump

Travis Buhake - Shot Put

Dorie Davis - Girls Triple Jump

The 5A meet is scheduled for May 3, and the 6A meet will take place May 4 at Mike A. Myers Track & Soccer Stadium in Austin, Texas. Spectator information, including tickets, parking and stadium rules, can be found on the UIL website.

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