CHEYENNE – After weather moved the annual Okie Blanchard Invite to Monday, the Torrington High School track and field teams finished fourth and sixth at the Cheyenne East High School-hosted meet.
Senior Bryan Lemmon led the Blazers with two of the team’s three victorious.
Lemmon topped the 110-meter dash race in 15.53 seconds, while clearing 6 feet, 4 inches to score the win in high jump.
Cody Pierce picked up the team’s third win in the 300-meter hurdles in 43.69 seconds.
Corbin Harris finished up a second in discus with a toss of 129-11, while Scotty Woodruff came home third in shot put with a distance of 50-4.
In the dashes, Nick Sherbeyn placed in the five twice with a third in the 400-meter dash and a fifth in the 200.
As a team, the Torrington boys placed fourth with 98 points. Host Cheyenne East won the meet with 188, while Cheyenne Central was second with 119. Laramie was third with 103.
In the girls’ division, freshman Allison Brummell led the Lady Blazers with a second-place finish in the triple jump with a leap of 32-10.25.
Brummell also finished third in high jump at a height of 4-10, while freshman Reece Halley placed third in discus with a distance 106-0.5.
Halley also came home fourth in the 100-meter hurdles in 17.13 seconds, while Nakalyn Garner finished fourth in pole vault at a height of 9-6.
The Lady Blazers finished seventh with 45 points. Cheyenne East won the team title with 146 points, while Laramie was second with 142. Cheyenne Central was third with 108.
The Torrington track and field teams are back in action on Thursday in Douglas.