Durango Boys Varsity Track

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Track and Field Sierra Vista Weekday

The Sierra Vista Weekday was a success for Durango’s Track and Field team. Due to high winds, none of the runners had gotten close to their best times, but Durango’s distance runners still swept the 1600m, the mile, by placing top 3. Peter Germa,12, went first 4:59.10 which qualified him for regionals followed by Dagim

Our Spring Coaches

Coach Anderson went from engineering to a teaching major because he decided he was not ready to stop with sports. From early in his life, Coach Anderson participated in track. He threw shot put and discus in high school placing him in state. Later on, he played basketball for three years and track for four

National Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. How do you match up against the Nation’s Best of the Best? Find out at the links below, courtesy of the NFHS: NFHS Boys Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book NFHS Girls Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book

Track Regionals Day 2

On the second day of the regional finals Durango High School saw plenty of ‘placers’.  For the Women, the 4 x 200 Relay team finished 8th (Bellender, Rich-Monard, Yotter, Nunez) and the 4 x 400 Relay team finished 7th (Bellender, Packer, Loring, and Nunez) For the Men, the 4 x 200 Relay team finished 4th

Moving Towards State

The first day of regional track was highlighted by Frankie Bisacky earning two spots at state in the 3200m and 1600m.  Along the way he smashed the school record in the 3200 by 17 seconds.  Also during the day, Blazers recorded 15 individual Personal Records (PR).   Those advancing the Regional Finals include Johnson (400m),

Bisacky Sets School Mark

  Frankie Bisacky started out the Regional Track Meet in flying colors.  He obliterated the school record in the 3200m in route to qualifying for State with a time of 9:37.87 besting the old record of 9:55.7.  With is qualifying time he also ensured a spot in the 1600m in Reno in two weeks.  Great

Track Competes @ Skyhawk Inv.

SKYHAWK INVITATIONAL: Gourrier guides Centennial girls to team title The DHS Track team entered the 35 team Skyhawk invitational this past weekend.  The meet featured 1500 athletes from around the world.  The Blazer women did not score a point but they did gain some Regional Qualifiers.  Top performances were Deszi Bellender, 40th in the 100m

Johnson Scores 4 – 1st Places

The Blazer’s Men’s Team revailed Wednesday on the track.  They were led by a strong performance from Jayson Johnson.  He FOUR first place finish (100m, 200m, 400m, 4x400m Relay).  Also having a strong day was Justise Stroy (2nd – 100m, 200m, 1st – 4x400m Relay).  Frainkie Bisacky was first in 1600m  and 2nd in 800m. 

Track Finishes 7th

With prom later in the day, only a small contingent of men participated at The Valley Relays on Saturday.  Those participating did will for themselves.  Leading the Blazers were two second place finishes by the 4 x 800 relay team of Grema, Shaffer, Bisacky, and E. Mayfield and the 4 x 400 team of Smith,

Track Finishes Second

    Girls Scores Gorman 141 Durango 68 Calvary 15 Quest 0 Boys Scores Gorman 121.5 Durango 114.5 Calvary 9 Quest 0 The Blazer men were led by 3 placers in the 100m (Austin, Stroy, Lansangun) and 3 placers in the 200m (Johnson, Lansangun, Smith).  1st places were also garnered by Shaffer (800m), Mayfield (1600m)