Dragon Boys Win Dragon Track and Field Invitational

Results from the week of April 3

4/8 hosted Dragon Invitational
Boys 1st place • Girls 5th place
Boys’ Results – Team Champions
4X400m Relay 1st: Kaden Schwertner, Nathan Montez, Aedan Lanigan, Amir Rizvi
Amir Rizvi 1st 300m Hurdles 2nd 110m Hurdles NEW SCHOOL RECORD
Nathan Montez 2nd 800m
Aditya Pakal 2nd 1600m
Cole Sheppard 3rd Discus 6th Shot Put 
Nico Signorelli 3rd Pole Vault
Grey Mendenhall 3rd 1600m
Michael Stupek 3rd 110m Hurdles 4th 300m Hurdles
Aedan Lanigan 3rd 800m
Dean Calhoun 4th Long Jump 6th 100m 7th 200m
Luke Van Leeuwen 4th Discus
Gus Feinberg 4th High Jump
Nathan Seaman 5th 1600m
Andrs Karst 6th 800m
Jose Barrenechea 6th Triple Jump
Corbin Meredith 8th 110m Hurdles
Travis Barron 8th Discus
Coach Scott Holland: Strong performance by the boys’ team.  Scored in all but two events to take the team title.  We were led by Amir Rizvi with two golds, a sliver along with a NEW SCHOOL RECORD in 110m Hurdles.  This provides us with some great momentum heading into SPC Championships in just three weeks.  I am proud of how the guys up and down the roster competed today.  We had lots of Personal Records which shows how hard they have been working.
Girls’ Results – 5th Place Team
4X400m Relay 2nd & 4X100m Relay 4th:  Onese Ewherido, Haley Lien, Milla Signorelli, Sienna Williams
Sienna Williams 3rd 100m Hurdles 3rd 300m Hurdles NEW SCHOOL RECORD
Mila Signorelli 3rd Pole Vault
Haley Slocum 3rd High Jump
Julianne Hon 4th Pole Vault 
Alexis Seymour 4th 1600m
Megan Day 5th 1600m
Haley Lien 6th 100m Hurdles
Alyssa Kuang 7th High Jump
Onese Ewherido 8th 400m 8th High Jump
Annabelle Boyd 8th Discus

Coach Scott Holland: Sienna Williams led the way for the girls’ team with a silver, two bronze and a NEW SCHOOL RECORD in the 300m Hurdles.  
It was a great day of competition for everyone involved.  We are hoping to see some big things at SPC.

Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
April 14-15 at Nick Finnegan Spring Invitational, St. John’s
4/4 vs Episcopal High School*
Boys 5-0 W
Girls 4-1 W
Next up for Dragon Tennis:
April 11 at Kinkaid*, 4 p.m.
April 18 at Awty International*, 4 p.m.
April 21 vs St. Stephen’s Episcopal*, 4 p.m.
April 22 vs St Andrew’s Episcopal*, 10 a.m.
4/6 at St. Thomas High School • 1-0 L
Next up for Dragon Baseball:
April 11 vs. Martin Lutheran HS (WI), 7 p.m. Teacher Appreciation Night
April 13 vs. St. Pius X, 7 p.m.
April 14 at St. John’s*, 7 p.m.
April 21 at Houston Christian*, 7 p.m.
April 24 vs Tomball Kings, 6 p.m. Senior Night
4/3 at Second Baptist • 3-2 L
Coach Nicole Hedden: Grace Minarovic surrendered three runs on four hits over six innings, striking out seven. Patterson went three-for-three at the plate to lead the Dragons in hits.
4/5 vs HCYA • reschedule TBA
Next up for Dragon Softball:
April 11 vs Cypress Christian, 5 p.m.
April 12 vs Wisconsin team, 4:30 p.m.
April 18 at St. John’s*, 4:30 p.m.
April 21 vs Duchesne*, 5:30 p.m. SENIOR NIGHT
April 24 vs St. John XXIII, 4:30 p.m.
Next up for Dragon Golf:
April 10-11 at St. John’s Invitational, Wolfdancer Golf Club
April 24-25 boys at SPC Championships, Ridglea Country Club, Fort Worth
April 17-18 girls at SPC Championships, The Woodlands Country Club-The Trails

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