Action from May 2 Topper Track and Field Meet

Liz Lockhart clears the bar in the girls pole vault during a multi-team track and field meet May 2 at Sullivan Field. Lockhart’s final height in the pole vault was 7 feet 6 inches. Photo by John Sarracino

Sydney Ellis, running the anchor leg, takes a handoff from Skyler McCall in the boys 4×100 meter relay during a multi-team track and field meet May 2 at Sullivan Field. Photo by John Sarracino
Seth Drop easily clears an opening height in the boys pole vault during a multi-team track and field meet at Sullivan Field May 2. Drop eventually cleared 12 feet 6 inches, which equaled his season’s best and is a State qualifying vault. Photo by John Sarracino

SPORTS News:

Teams from Capitol High School, Espanola High School, Los Alamos High School, St. Mike’s High School, and Santa Fe High School competed in a track and field meet held at Sullivan Field on May 2, 2014.
This was the last track and field meet of the season in advance of the upcoming District and State Championships.
Results will follow of the Toppers May 9-10 District Track and Field Meet at Sullivan Field.
Colin Hemez finishes the final lap in the boys 3200 meter race during a multi-team track and field meet at Sullivan Field May 2. Hemez won this race by a wide margin in a time of  9 minutes 55.66 seconds – a season best for him. He had already qualified for the State meet with a previous time. Photo by John Sarracino
Hayley Schalke accelerates after taking a handoff from teammate Chelsea Challacombe in the anchor leg of the girls 4×100 meter relay during a multi-team track and field meet May 2 at Sullivan Field. The Los Alamos girls finished second behind a team from Santa Fe High School. Photo by John Sarracino
Emily Mercer clears the last hurdle in the girls 100 meter hurdles during a multi-team track and field meet May 2 at Sullivan Field. Photo by John Sarracino
Nica Vasquez follows closely behind Haley Butler-Moore in the girls 1600 meter race during a multi-team track and field meet May 2 at Sullivan Field. Photo by John Sarracino
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