ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Adams State completed its participation in the two-day Cherry and Silver Collegiate Invitational hosted by New Mexico.
Sophomore Chaz Butler finished in second place in the men's 60 meter dash with a time of 6.82 seconds.
Two Grizzlies finished in the top 10 in the 800m run. Running unattached for Adams State, redshirt freshman Oliver Aitchison finished with a time of 1:51.98 for fourth place. Freshman Austin Anaya ran a time of 1:53.69 for ninth place.
Six Grizzlies finished in the top 10 of the one-mile run. Junior Kevin Batt finished in fourth place with a time of 4:02.07. Right after Batt was senior Tabor Stevens, finishing with a time of 4:02.66. Junior Matt Daniels ran a time of 4:09.65 for seventh place. Running unattached for Adams State, David Sanchez finished with a time of 4:11.66 for eighth place. Freshman Chandler Reid finished in ninth place with a time of 4:15.80. Finishing in 10th place with a time of 4:21.18 was freshman Jackson Sayler, running unattached for Adams State.
Four Grizzlies finished in the top 10 in the 3000 meter run. Senior, Jovanny Godinez finished in second place with a time of 8:34.43. Freshman Julian Florez ran a time of 8:39.08 for fourth place. Senior John Luterbach finished in sixth place with a time of 8:45.02. Redshirt freshman Ty Williams ran a time of 8:47.21 to finish in eighth place.
The Grizzlies finished fifth through eighth in the finals of 60m hurdles.
Senior Justin Bethea jumped a height of 2.00m in the men's high jump.
In the finals of the long jump, junior Carlton Lavong jumped a distance of 7.45m. In the triple jump, Lavong finished in sixth place with a distance of 15.31m.
No. 10 Academy of Art at Jacksons Invite
NAMPA, Ind. -- A small contingent of Academy of Art athletes closed out the Jacksons Invitational with multiple impressive times in Saturday's sprint events. Most notably, Jordan Edwards as well as Ronald Spears, Jr. excelled in the 60m dash and 400m respectively.
The men's 60m dash was a sight to see Saturday as Edwards and Spears, Jr. each delivered personal records. Beginning with the prelim, Edwards got himself into third out of 40 overall with a 6.93 and Spears, Jr. pushed his way into seventh with a new PR of 7.00. Those times would both be bested in the finals, however, where Edwards flew to a 6.85 to make him second in both the competition and on ART U's all-time list. Spears, Jr. rose into third on that list (fifth in the finals) just behind Edwards with a sizeable improvement on his time (6.93).