THS girls capture second, boys fourth at Scottsbluff

Posted 4/19/24

The Torrington High School Lady Blazers pulled out all the stops to place second at the Scottsbluff Twilight, with the Blazer boys coming in fourth place.

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THS girls capture second, boys fourth at Scottsbluff


Athletes on the Torrington High School outdoor track team filled their bag with hardware at the annual Scottsbluff Twilight Track Meet on Friday. 

The Lady Blazers snagged second place overall, posting 119 points, advancing to the No. 2 spot on the leaderboard with Gering ahead in first place by only five points (124 points).

The THS boys pulled into fourth place, tallying 72 points.

Sophomore Brooklyn Asmus captured gold in three events on Friday. Asmus kicked the action off with a first-place finish in the 400-meters, timing in with a sub-1-minute time of 58.96 seconds. Asmus went on to win the 100-meter finals, clocking in at 12.22 seconds. The sophomore garnered gold in the 200-meter finals at 25.13 seconds.

Senior Tyler Bennick dominated boys' throwing events, winning the shot put with a toss of 54 feet, 7 inches. Bennick went on to clinch first place in the discus, hitting a mark of 139-11.

In long-distance events, senior Zabdiel Munoz pulled into first place in the 3200-meters, posting a time of 10 minutes, 55.18 seconds.

Sophomore Natalie Hawes won the 100-meter hurdles, timing in at 16.74 seconds.

In jumping events, sophomore Trishell Pontarolo snagged gold in the triple jump, clearing 33-05.

For complete results, see the April 24 print edition of the Torrington Telegram.