Hurdle records continue falling for Bayfield

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 2:39 PM
Alongside 5A Fountain-Fort Carson's Jason Farrell, Bayfield's Carl Heide, foreground, clears the seventh obstacle during the 300-meter hurdles at last Saturday's Doherty Spartan Invitational in Colorado Springs. The two finished the race with the fastest two times in Colorado so far this season; Heide clocked a new Class 3A-record 38.07 seconds while Farrell finished in 37.84.

Not only does Bayfield senior Carl Heide push himself to be the best, but those lining up next to him.

But that's not all bad; 5A Fountain-Fort Carson's Jason Farrell certainly benefited last Saturday from Heide's re-breaking of the Class 3A record in the 300-meter hurdles. Trimming another 0.29 off his previous best, Heide clocked 38.07 seconds at 5A Colorado Springs Doherty's 2018 Spartan Invitational. Farrell hacked 0.87 off his season-best to win in a blazing 37.84-leaving the pair 1-2 in the statewide standings.

BHS' girls' record in the same event also fell as junior all-around threat Jordan Lanning was victorious in 46.12, beating 5A Colorado Springs Liberty's Jasmine Charles by 0.34, and she was only 0.02 slower than 5A Aurora Grandview's Kameryn Brown in the 100m hurdles with her second-place 15.29.

Heide also lowered his BHS-best in the 110m hurdles, clocking a third-place 14.49 inside Garry Berry Stadium, helping the Wolverines rack up 50 points and place fourth, behind only 4A C.S. Pine Creek (86), F-FC (67) and 4A Monument Palmer Ridge (62).

On the girls' side, the Wolverines totaled 38 points and tied 4A Colorado Springs Air Academy for seventh place overall. Grandview won easily with 133, and LHS finished second with 84. Lanning also placed second in the high jump (5'6") and took third in the long (17'2.5"). Senior Tiarra Christensen tied PRHS' Julia Howe for third in the discus with a best throw of 113 feet, seven inches.

In the girls' pole vault, Bronwyn Hunter and Bella Shoup placed 8-9 after each managed to clear 6'1", and Christensen finished 11th in the shot (30'11").

Senior Ryan Phelps earned a third for the boys with his 149'5" discus toss. Senior Dax Snooks did likewise in the high jump (6'0"), as did the 4x400 relay (3:29.90). Pole-vaulter Dawson French placed fourth with a best clearance of 12'7", while David Hawkins took fourth in the shot put (49'4").

Senior Dawson Heide was fifth in the 400m dash (50.83), and Zeb Shields placed 21st in the 800 though he sliced 6.25 seconds off his seeding time (2:19.20) with his 2:12.95.

Dylan Hilliker scored seventh-place points in the long jump, landing 20 feet, five inches away from the take-off board, and Phelps placed seventh in the shot (47'9.5") with senior Wyatt Killinen 13th (44'0"). Josh Kaufmann finished 15th in the discus (125'2").

2018 DOHERTY SPARTAN INVITATIONAL BOYS' STANDINGS (top 15 of 24 scoring): 1.Colorado Springs Pine Creek 86, 2.Fountain-Fort Carson 67, 3.Monument Palmer Ridge 62, 4.BAYFIELD 50, T-5.Aurora Grandview/C.S. Cheyenne Mountain/C.S. Doherty 45, 8.C.S. Liberty 31, 9.Pueblo West 28, 10.Elizabeth 27, 11.Pueblo East 20, T-12.C.S. Air Academy/Woodland Park 17, 14.Hoehne 15, 15.C.S. Coronado 12.

2018 DOHERTY SPARTAN INVITATIONAL GIRLS' STANDINGS (top 15 of 25 scoring): 1.Aurora Grandview 133, 2.C.S. Liberty 84, 3.Elizabeth 54, 4.C.S. Cheyenne Mountain 46, 5.C.S. Doherty 42, 6.Fountain-Fort Carson 39, T-7.BAYFIELD/C.S. Air Academy 38, 9.C.S. Pine Creek 36, 10.Monument Palmer Ridge 27, 11.Woodland Park 25, T-12.Pueblo West/C.S. Coronado 24, 14.Montezuma-Cortez 23, 15.C.S. St. Mary's 22.