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From left, Lusiano Ibanez, Jordan Molina, Mauriso Marrufo and Mathew Davis burn up the track during the Zia Intermediate School track and field teams’ final meet of the year May 7 at Bulldog Bowl. Zia conducts three meets each year in which students compete against one another in 12 events. A pair of athletes also broke school records this season. Elliot Harrison broke a trio of records in the girls’ high jump (5’11”), bettering the previous record of 4’10” set by Joslyn Frausto in 2006, the girls’ 55-meter hurdles (8.6), breaking the 2006 record of 10.16 held by Lacee Evans, and the 200-meter dash (29.2), bettering a school record of 29.52 held since 1980 by Shellye Joy, and Erik Cueto set a new school record in the boys’ 55-meter hurdles (8.8), breaking the record of 9.32 set by Rolando Chavarria in 2005.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press
From left, Lusiano Ibanez, Jordan Molina, Mauriso Marrufo and Mathew Davis burn up the track during the Zia Intermediate School track and field teams’ final meet of the year May 7 at Bulldog Bowl. Zia conducts three meets each year in which students compete against one another in 12 events. A pair of athletes also broke school records this season. Elliot Harrison broke a trio of records in the girls’ high jump (5’11”), bettering the previous record of 4’10” set by Joslyn Frausto in 2006, the girls’ 55-meter hurdles (8.6), breaking the 2006 record of 10.16 held by Lacee Evans, and the 200-meter dash (29.2), bettering a school record of 29.52 held since 1980 by Shellye Joy, and Erik Cueto set a new school record in the boys’ 55-meter hurdles (8.8), breaking the record of 9.32 set by Rolando Chavarria in 2005. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

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