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The Coastal Bend coaches association held its inaugural Meet of Champions track and field Invitational at Cabinet Stadium, with over 30 schools competing in prelims on Thursday.

The finals were held today, with many athletes hoping to land a spot on the record board.

Colton Harrison from Gregory Portland Jr cleared 14 feet in the pole vault pit and won the event.

He hopes to reach 16 feet by the end of the season.

Janisha Kelly, a senior from Carol Lady Tigers, cleared 5 feet 2 inches in the high jump event and set a new personal best.

Eric Edison, a Texas A&M Kingsville signee, won the boys’ discus event with a throw of 159 feet 11 inches, while Leslie Pena won the girls’ event with a throw of 122 feet 7 inches.

The Ingleside boys’ team won the Sprint Relay event in 43.52 seconds, while Gregory Portland’s girls’ team won the same event in 49.9 seconds.

Taft Junior Enrique Rodriguez won gold in the 100-meter sprint in 10.82 seconds, while Trinity Ascumbent from Robstown finished first in the girls’ event with a time of 12.59 seconds.

Diego Canto from Kings won the 800-meter boys’ run, finishing in two minutes 1.45 seconds, and Naomi Garcia from Robstown won the girls’ event, finishing in two minutes 15.94 seconds.

The meet saw a lot of competition in South Texas, and many athletes are hoping to qualify for Regionals and State.

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