Several Mexico Bulldogs qualified to state track over the weekend.
Alex Dukes was a double sectional champion with victories in the 1600 with a time of 4:25.72 and setting a new school record in the 3200 with a time of 9:31.24.
Monasia Sidique improved in the 400 off almost a minute of her previous time.
Terrese Aaron, and Jasean White were double qualifiers in the former shot/discus, the latter long jump/triple jump.
And Cameron Holjman came in 3rd in the 300 hurdles rounding out the qualifiers.
The Mexico boys finished third out of 21 teams in a very talented sectional of primarily St. Louis Schools.
B1600 – ALEX DUKES 4:25.72
B3200 – ALEX DUKES 9:31.24 NEW SCHOOL RECORD / OLD RECORD HAYDEN LEGG
BLJ – JASEAN WHITE 22’10 = HIS RECORD
BTJ – JASEAN WHITE 44’8
G400 – MOENASIA SIDIQUE 58.70 BREAKS HER RECORD
BSP – TERRESE AARON 47’2
CB300H – CAM HOLMAN 39.99
BDISC – TERRESE AARON – 140’8
GHJ – CATIE BLEDSOE 4’10
GTJ – JENNIFER JACOBI 34’9 SB
GLJ – JENNIFER JACOBI – 15’7
B300H – JONATHAN GRUBB 42.74
B800 – TYLER BRANDOW – 2:03.37
G800 – MOENASIA SIDIQUE 2:31.64
G4X400 – LAUREN QUINLAN, REBECCA ROTHERMICH, HALEY RODGERS, MOENASIA SIDIQUE 4:24
University of Missouri golfer Jess Yuen has a new recorded a new school record.
Her 57th place finish at the NCAA Championships yesterday (Sunday) was the highest ever showing for the Tigers.
Yuen was just shy of advancing to the championship round being played today (Monday) at the Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-1 at Busch Stadium yesterday (Sunday).
Redbirds starting pitcher Jack Flaherty picked up his first major league win striking out 13.
Also Cardinals rookie relief pitcher Jordan Hicks hit 105 mile per hour on the radar twice, becoming the first pitcher to throw multiple pitches at that speed in the same game in the past 10 seasons.
The Kansas City Royals were blasted 10-1 yesterday (Sunday) by the New York Yankees.
The Yankees swatted four home runs, off starter Eric Skoglund.
The Golden State Warriors took it to the Houston Rockets 126 to 85 in game 3 of the NBA Western Conference Finals.
Stephen Curry got back into his groove with 35 points on five three pointers.
The Warriors lead the series 2 games to 1, game 4 is tomorrow (Tuesday) night.