Lincoln and Pahranagat Valley track teams took part in the Richard Lewis Invitational at Moapa High in Overton last week.
Benson Wadsworth of Lincoln ran 12.99 in the 100-meters for 24th place. Brent Thatcher ran 32.09 in the 200-meters for 23rd place. Sam Barfield was 14th place in the 400-meters in 55.30 and Landen Smith 16th in 56.35. Oscar Heredia ran 2:24.83 in the 800-meters for Pahranagat Valley taking 23rd place. Cody Dirks for Lincoln ran 5:21.79 for 13th place in the 1600-meters, and Carlin Christensen ran 5:54.07. For PVHS, Matthew Prince was 19th place in 5:42.91 and Oscar Heredia 20th in 5:47.24. Brent Thatcher had a time of 7:25.14.
Dirks had a time of 12:16.47 in the 3200-meters, Matthew Prince in 12:40.21 and Danny Heredia in 12:41.62.
Tyler Frehner of Lincoln was 18th in the 110-meter hurdles in 19.87, and 47.70 in the 300-meter hurdles for 18th place. Landen Smith was 16th in 48.87.
Lincoln County was third in the 4×200 relay in 1:39.43.
In the shot put, Lincoln’s Dylan Phillips was 17th with a put of 34.0½, Paul Hensel was 31-3½. Phillips was ninth in the discus with 111-3, and Hensel threw 80.0½. Hensel also jumped 5-2 in the high jump for 13th place.
In the long jump, Landen Smith was tenth in 17-01½, Ben Wadsworth at 18th at 16-07. Matthew Prince for Pahranagat jumped 16-09½ for 16th place, Oscar Heredia 21st place at 16-02½, and Brent Thatcher 12-07 for 27th place.
In the women’s meet, Mayah Hafen was 17.42 in the 100-meters. Bridon Lewis 31-41 for 16th place in the 200-meters, and Hafen 33.62 for 26th place. Jessica Harrington ran 32.81 for Pahranagat and 22nd place. Harrington ran 1:14.44 in the 400-meters for 16th place and Minami Onodera ran 1:21.22.
Ashlee Decker was 19th for Lincoln in the 800-meters in 3:15.48. She ran 7:36.79 in the 1600-meters with teammate Jessica Truman right behind at 8:26.12. Onodera for Pahranagat ran 7:16.24.
Bridon Lewis was 21.69 in the 100-meter hurdles for 13th place and she was sixth in the Long Jump at 14-2½. Onodera was 18th at 12-3½, and Harrington 22nd at 11-7. Mayah Hafen of Lincoln jumped 10-7½ for 27th place.
Lincoln boys had six points in the team totals, and the girls had three points. Pahranagat did not score.