Feb. 20, 2015

 

Indoor Track Prepares for Colorado School Of Mines Meet

 

(Riverton, Wyo) The Rustler indoor track team is preparing for final meet of the regular season. Coach Lara and the team will be traveling to Golden, Colorado to compete at the Joe Davies Open on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines. 

 

This is the last opportunity for members of the team to qualify for the National meet.

 

Feb. 1, 2015

 

Abraham Claims Sixth Place Finish in Chadron

 

(Chadron, NE)  In the first indoor meet for the Rustler Track team, Freshman Matt Abraham finished the 800 meter race 6th overall.  Abraham won his heat with a 2:11.67.  Other finishers for the Rustlers included Hugh Henry with a 19th overall finish in the 3000 meters as well as Dalton Perkins who finished 22nd overall.  Freshman Dylan Lookingbill also competed, but did not finish the 60 meter hurdles after hitting the first hurdle.

 

The Rustlers will be back on the road February 20th, when they compete in Golden, Colorado.

 

Jan. 30, 2015

 

The Rustler Track Team Travels to Chadron for First Indoor Meet of the Season

 

(Riverton, Wyo.)  The inaugural track team for the Rustlers will be traveling to Chadron, Nebraska to compete in the Chadron State Don Holst Twilight meet.  The Rustlers have four athletes competing in the distance events.  Freshman Dylan Lookingbill will also be competing in the 60 meter hurdles, for the Rustlers.

 

 

Oct. 25, 2014

 

Mitchell Makes All-Region With Third Place Finish 

 

(Gillette, Wyo) With a finishing time of 26:46.00 Freshman Tristan Mitchell finished the regular season with All-Region honors at the Region IX meet in Gillette, WY.  Finishing just :22.00 behond Region IX Champion Fabian Munoz of Gillette College.  The Rustlers had five athletes compete at the Region IX meet.  Wilson Clifford finished ninth with a time of 28:42.00, while Hugh Henry also ran a sub :30 with a time of 29:03.00.

 

 

 

 

Head Coach

Al Lara

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