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The locomotive train that is the Sedona Red Rock High School track and field team continued to steamroll through the 2010 season as the boys and girls claimed gold in the 3A West Regional Championships on Saturday, May 8.

“This was a great day for our team. We had plenty of outstanding times and for the most part our kids performed well,” said Sedona Head Coach Harry Schneider, who received the 3A West Coach of the Year award.

The Scorpions boys team took first overall, scoring 229 points, almost 100 more than second place Estrella Foothills High School who finished with 132.

For the girls, Sedona took first overall with 206 points, while Estrella Foothills came in second with 175.

This is the fourth West region title in a row for the Scorpions girls and for the boys, it’s redemption after claiming second the last three years.

kevin_coxTwenty-two region championships were set in stone Saturday with plenty of great individual performances to boot.

Perhaps senior Kevin Cox had the most outstanding performance of them all, claiming four gold medals and setting a few school records along the way to add to Sedona’s total of 11 on the season.

Cox won the 100-meter dash with an 11.16 time, took first in the 200-meter dash with a 22.59 time, took first in the 400-meter run with a 50.22 time and set a new school record in the long jump with a 22-foot, 5.25-inch leap.

The 400 time was a school record as well.

“It was a good day for me today,” Cox said on the field while putting his sweat suit back on after he was done competing.

Senior Jesus Rivera wasn’t bad himself, claiming four gold medals as well, three of which were individual and one of which he won with the 4x800-meter relay team who took first overall for Sedona with an 8:36.96 time.

Garrett Debs, Alan Meyers and Brandon Snickers helped Rivera win his fourth gold.

jesus_rivera_and_garrett_debsRivera took first overall in the 1,600-meter run with a 4:49.23 time, was first in the 3,200-meter run with a 10:52.56 time and was first in the 800-meter run with a 2:05.09 time.

Freshman Mykala Seresun was outstanding in the 3,200-meter run with a 12:50.04 time, taking first overall while taking second in the 1,600-meter run with a 5:46.17.

In the 4x800-meter relay, Lydia Mosley, Taylor Gage, Rachel Lillie and Seresun took first overall with a 10:46.06 time and in the high jump, Hope Goimarac took first overall with a 4-foot, 10-inch try.

Goimarac also took first in the pole vault with an 8-foot, 3-inch try.

Freshman standout Tiana Hatler-Stefick took first overall in the shot put, claiming her first region title with a 34-foot, 9-inch try and was second in the discus with a 101-foot, 10-inch throw.

The Scorpions will now look to the 3A conference state meet which is scheduled to take place Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15, at Arizona State University.

Both days are scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m.

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