San Carlos High School sends six athletes to state track and field championships

Photos by Susanne Jerome San Carlos High School did well in the state track and field championship, sending six Braves to the competition. Standouts included Raymond Sneezy who came in sixth in the 300-meter hurdles.

San Carlos sent six athletes to the Arizona State Championships for Division IV.

Among the runners, Raymond Sneezy came in sixth in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 42.73 seconds and 18th in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 17.95 seconds.

Marissa Barassa took 18th place in the girls 3200-meter race, which took her 13 minutes and 6.81 seconds to complete.

Shanaya Victor was in 23rd place in the girl’s 1600 meter. Her time was 6 minutes and 3.32 seconds.

In the field events Palacio Ramos came in 13th throwing the javelin 127’ 11”, and Kenya Starr came in 32nd in the girls’ discus contest with a throw of 70’ 6”.

Mack Dewey also threw the discus but pulled a muscle in his leg in a practice throw and did not gain a score.

Kenya Starr came in 32nd in discus.


Palacio Ramos came in 13th in the javelin throw.


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