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The Stallions opened up the Season with the Primary Championships with one of its returning members Nzinga Williams and a new member but already and experienced runner at 8 years of age, Lauren Robertson, taking away Top 3 finishes in all of their events. Nzinga took the Gold in the 100m, the silver in the Long Jump and a Bronze in the 400m. While Lauren took the Gold in the 400m, the Bronze in the 100m, and silver in the 200m. Even our newest Primary Lady Stallion came away with a 5th place finish in the 400m, Miss Taejha Badal.
In our second meet of the season, we attended the 2011 Annual Visions Track Club Track and Field Meet, where the Midget Boys 4 x 800 meter relay (Martinez, Joseph, Robertson, Troy, Hinote, John, and Goodman, Gabe) showed promise on their 1st outing bringing home a 3rd place finish. The good times continued to roll for the guys as Troy Robertson won the Midget Boys 200m, Jacob Martinez won the Sub-Youth boys 1500m and Long Jump, and Oliver Scheerhorn won the Sub-Midget Boys Shot Put. Joseph Wiltz finished second in the Sub-Youth Boys Shot Put and Gabe Goodman finished 2nd in the Sub-Midget Boys 1500m their 1st time out, and returning runner Brendan Hurley finished 3rd in the 1500m. Our fourth place finishers were Troy Robertson Midget Boys 400m, and Joseph Martinez Sub-Midget Boys 1500m. Our fifth place finishers were Jacob Martinez in the Sub-Youth Boys 400m, and John Hinote in the Sub-Midget Boys 400m. Rounding out the top finishers are Joshua Martinez in the Sub-Midget Boys 1500m and Brendan Hurley in the Sub-Midget Boys 800m with 6th place finishes.
Texas Stallions Midget Boys 4×800 Meter Relay at Visions Track Meet
But that’s not all the Lady Stallions had to have their spotlight, with Lavoxkeia Carnes, winning the Bantam Girls 400m and Long Jump. Morgan Wiltz is continuing her success in the Sub-Midget 1500 Race Walk with a 2nd place finish. With 3rd place finishes are Morgan in the Sub-Midget Shot Put, Lauren Robertson in the Primary 400m, and Lavoxkeia in the Bantam 100m. Nzinga Willims finished 4th in Primary 100m, while Lauren in the Primary 100m and Taylor Jones in the Sub-Youth 1500m Run both finished 6th.
On yesterday the Stallions took the competition to USATF, with their participation at the JP Houston Heat Track Team On-Fire Track Meet. The 6 Finishers were:
- Lavoxkeia Carnes, Bantam Girls, 100m, 400m, Long Jump
- Devauncia Frank, Bantam Girls, Shot Put
- Devauncia Frank, Bantam Girls, Race Walk
- Taylor Jones, Youth Girls, 3000m
- Morgan Wiltz, Midget Girls, Race Walk
- Gabriel Goodman, Midget Boys, 3000m
- Troy Robertson, Midget Boys 100m
- Morgan Wiltz, Midget Girls, Shot Put
- Joseph Wiltz, Youth Boys, Shot Put
A youth Track and Field Club, the Texas Stallions are based in Spring Texas. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at Klein Collins High School or Klein Oak High School. Sponsor opportunities and limited athlete registration still exist, if you are interested in partnering with or being a part of the Texas Stallions team please contact our registrar at (832)-415-0568 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Texas Stallions Track Club is a non-profit organization that is sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Gulf Association and the USA Track and Field (USATF) Gulf Association youth track programs for boys and girls from ages 6 to 18 years old. Our track club is dedicated to the development of youth track and field athletes in the North Houston area. Our objectives are: to challenge our youth through track and field, and to strive for excellence in every life endeavor; to teach fundamental track and field principles that will equip youth athletes with the skills to compete on a national level; To develop the minds and bodies for future leadership athletic training and discipline; and to develop a spirit of competitiveness that will foster a desire to always strive for excellence. Our website is located at http://www.texasstallions.org.
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