Texans break two relay school records at the Texas Relays


AUSTIN – Tarleton track and field made history at the Texas Relays as they broke two relay school records.

The first record broken was the 4x100m relay. The four student-athletes who broke the record were Justin Raines, Reid Vincent, Everett Sadler, and David Mvundura. They combined for a time of 40.33 seconds, breaking the previous record of 40.42 seconds set back in 2002.

The second record broken was the distance medley relay. The record was broken by Angel Contreras, Brandon McKissick, Bailey Smotek, and Kevin Baez. Contreras started the relay with the 1200m and ran it in a time of 3:02.30. He then passed the baton to McKissick who ran the 400m leg in a time of 47.58 seconds. McKissick passed the baton to Smotek and ran his 800m leg in 1:50.85. Baez finished the final leg in the 1600m with a time of 4:10.82 for a total record-breaking time of 9:53.54.

Other Notable Finishes

Konnor Hoerman ran a season best in the 110m hurdles with a time of 14.22 seconds.

Hanna Dudley and Danielle Thomas both competed in the 100m event. Dudley ran a time of 11.68 seconds, while Thomas had a time of 12.06 seconds.

Both Sadler and Mvundura also ran in the 100m event. Sadler recorded a time 10.34 seconds, while Mvundura ran a time of 10.77 seconds.

Gabriele Tosti jumped 15.46m in the triple jump event.

Brady Sisneroz competed in the 400m hurdles and recorded a time of 55.86 seconds.

Next Up

Tarleton will travel to Denton, Texas next Saturday to compete in the North Texas Classic on April 8.

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