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BHS track Brighton High School’s track-and-field teams walked away with several all-conference and all-academic awards this season. The all-conference …
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Brighton High School’s track-and-field teams walked away with several all-conference and all-academic awards this season.
The all-conference honors went to Kayla Mescher (100-meter hurdles, 400-meter dash), Cecilia DeSouza (100-meter dash), the girls 4-by-100-meter relay (Sumer Minne, Alayna Truong, Joslynn Lopez and DeSouza), the boys 4-by-800-meter relay team (Campbell Kruse, Jacob Johnson, Jesse Landeros and Gabe Toepel).
Second-team all-conference awards were earned by Mescher (300-meter hurdles, long jump), DeSouza (200-meter dash), Kristen Martinez (3,200-meter run), the girls 4-by-200-meter relay team (Ariel Tanghai, Korina LIllard, Lopez and Libby Zagel), the girls 4-by-800-meter relay team (Lilly Prchoda, Alex Tolvo, Meghan Smidt and Martinez) and Edwin Ramirez in the discus.
The list of team award-winners was Audrey Major and Eric Johnson (most improved); Truong (most improved); Truong and Sebastian Romero (most courageous); Smidt and Alex Smith (most inspirational); Kristen West and Jeremy Cook (outstanding throwers); Lilly Prochoda and Alex Falconburg (outstanding freshmen); and Mescher and Richard Merich (most valuable performers).
Twenty-eight members of Brighton’s track teams earned academic all-conference honors this spring.
Those who maintained a 4.0 grade point average included Rhiana Bilderaya, Chris Horiuchi, Dillon Loaiza, Vincent Macaranas, Kayla Mescher, Will Penfold, Tim Sanchez, Jenna Sandoval, Chayce Weaver, Libby Zagel, Sumer Minne, Jacob Johnson, Michael Johnson, Jordan Jones, Emory Prochoda, Lilly Prochoda, Breann Rodlin and Meghan Smidt.
Those who kept up a GPA of between 3.6 and 3.9 included Kevin Jablonski, Rodney Kilburn, Joe Makepeace, Sonya Swink, Sebastion Romero, Misty Sauve, Lane Shively, Alayna Truong, Odyssey Villa Gomez and Kendra Clark.
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