Earlier rain dampened things a bit as the field events had to be canceled, but the track was clear, and the times were fast.
The relay teams in the Primary division did well. The “A” team girls raced to a fourth place finish with team members Carrah Davis, Annica Gonzales, O’Maley Carrillo and Raeann Martinez exchanging the baton. The “B” team squad of Maggie Moremon, Mikayla Cascalano, Ka-Li Casarez and Serenity Manzano placed fifth.
The boys did well as the “A” team captured first place ribbons with the team of Manny Liserio, Marcus Gabriel, Caleb Thomas and Ethan Estrada. The
“B” team finished third with the foursome of Brian Rivas, Matthew Soliz, Manuel Hernandez and Peyton Tavarez.
The Bantam girls “A” squad of Arian Ruiz, Megan DelBosque, Yaneli Aguilar and Danyelle Adamez captured first place with a time of 1:08. The “B” team girls finished third in their heat with the foursome of Lana Garcia, Salma Manzano, Faith Sandoval and Destiny Manzano.
The older Midget girls “A” team of Julia Nail, Amidy Moreno, Jolie Carrillo and Shaynea Redmond placed second with a time of 1:02. The “B” team girls of Megan Gonzales, Melonie Thomas, Abigail Gonzales and Jacqueline Hernandez placed fifth in the event.
The “A” team Midget boys were fast enough to capture first place with their team of Gabriel Carranco, Logan Kimbrough, Alex Aguilar and Carlos Escamilla with a time of 56.55.
Kimbrough was first in the tough 800-meter run, and Carranco was close behind in second place for the Beeville runners.
The Primary girls had Raeann Martinez win her heat, while Carrah Davis and Kaydence Menchaca placed second in their heats. Annica Gonzales placed third, as did O’Maley Carrillo. Serenity Manzano was fourth, and Addison Estrada was fifth. Alizen Moreno, Ka-li Casarez, Kyra Davis, Maggie Moremon and Mikayla Cascalano also competed in the 100-meter dash for the local runners.
Beeville’s Marcus Gabriel captured a first place boys ribbon. Ethan Estrada was second in his heat. Peyton Tavarez finished fourth while Brian Rivas, Caleb Thomas and Matthew Soliz were fifth. Manny Liserio placed sixth in his heat. Manuel Hernandez and Marco Menchaca also ran for the Beeville boys.
In the Sub-Bantam girls’ division, Megan DelBosque finished second. Ariana Ruiz was third in her heat. Amanda Camacho and Faith Sandoval each placed fifth. Destiny Monzano also ran in the event.
Alec Puentes was fifth in the division for the boys.
Bantam division girls got a third place finish from Danyelle Adamez and fifth place finishes from Lana Garcia, Salma Manzano and Yaneli Aguilar.
Desmond Givens blazed his way to a first place ribbon in the boys’ Bantam class.
In the Sub-Midget girls, Amidy Moreno won a first place ribbon, while Jacqueline Hernandez was second. Joile Carrillo and Melonie Thomas each placed fourth. Kylie Cantu came in fifth. For the boys, Alex Aguilar won his heat, and Marco Valadez also competed for Beeville.
In the Midget division, the Beeville girls got a first place finish from Shaynea Redmond. Julia Nail and Megan Gonzales both finished third in their heats. Demi DeLeon and Abigail Gonzales each placed fourth for Beeville. Roxanna Ferrer also competed for the local runners.
The boys had two first place finishers as Carlos Escamilla and Logan Kimbrough each won their heats. Stephen Moreno placed fourth.
The Primary girls got a first place finish from Serenity Monzano, while Kaydence Mechaca and Paeann Martinez both placed second. Alizen Moreno, Carrah Davis and Maggy Moremon were all third in their heats. Alicia Garcia placed fifth as did Kai-li Casarez, Melina Ramirez and Mikayla Cascalano. O’Maley Carrillo finished sixth for the Beeville girls.
On the boys’ side of that event, Marcus Gabriel ran away with a first place ribbon. Caleb Thomas finished third, while Brian Rivas and Manny Liserio both placed fourth along with Peyton Tavarez.Manuel Hernandez and Matthew Soliz finished fifth.
For the Sub-Bantam girls, Ariana Ruiz placed second, while Megan DelBosque finished her heat in third place. Amanda Camacho ran to a fourth place spot, and Faith Sandoval was fifth. Alec Puentes placed third in his Sub-bantam heat.
Lana Garcia and Salma Manzano were both fourth in their Bantam heats. Desmond Givens took home a first place ribbon for the 200 meters for the boys division.
In the Sub-Midget heats, Amidy Moreno placed second with Jacqueline Hernandez in third place. Jolie Carrillo finished sixth, and Kylie Cantu also competed in the event. Alex Aguilar captured a first place ribbon for the boys.
For the Midget division girls, Shaynea Redmond captured first place. Abigail Gonzales ran to a third place spot with Julia Nail finishing fourth. Tara Barrera placed fifth.
Carlos Escamilla was fast enough to capture a first place ribbon for the boys with Logan Kimbrough in second.
The Primary girls placed two girls in second with Alicia Garcia and Annica Gonzales placing that high. Raeann Martinez was third in her heat, while Alizen Moreno was fourth. Kai-li was fifth, as was Mikayla Cascalano. O’Maley Carrrillo also competed in the 400 meters.
For the boys, Ethan Estrada won his heat, while Caleb Thomas Manny Liserio and Manuel Hernandez each came in third. Brian Rivas placed fourth in that event.
Destiny Manzano finished fourth in the Sub-Bantam girls’ 400 meters. In the Bantam girls, Danyelle Adamez finished second with Yaneli Aguilar fifth.
Two girls competed at the Sub-Midget level and Jolie Carrillo placed second and Kylie Cantu finished in third.
Midget girl Demi DeLeon placed fifth in her heat, and Midget boys Gabriel Carranco won first in his heat in the 400-meter dash.
The Beeville summer track squad will compete in a meet at Three Rivers on Friday.