The Fossil Ridge High School boys and girls track and field teams dominated at the Highlands Ranch Memorial Invitational on Saturday at Sports Authority Stadium in Parker.
Both boys and girls teams won for the SaberCats, and numerous school records were set in the process. Tyler Russell topped his own school mark in the 300-meter hurdles, finishing second with a time of 39.03 seconds. Russell was first in the 110 hurdles. Dylan King beat his school mark in the pole vault, taking first with a jump of 15 feet.
On the girls’ side, the 800 relay team set the record at 1:43.68, taking second.
Apart from records, the SaberCats boys picked up wins in the 1,600 (Keaton Schelir) and the long jump (Russell). The girls didn’t pick up a win, but had 13 top three finishes, including all but one relay.
EATON INVITATIONAL: Landon Schmidt won the 1,600 and Ben Leitz won the 3,200 as the Windsor boys track and field team won the Eaton Invitational.
The Wizards boys also won the 400 relay and the 1,600 relay. Christian Johnson won the long jump for Windsor. Schmidt also won the triple jump.
Cole Watson won the 110 hurdles for Resurrection Christian.
Liberty Common was ninth, Resurrection Christian was 12th and Heritage Christian finished 14th.
On the girls’ side, Windsor was sixth. Liberty Common took seventh, Resurrection Christian was 14th and Heritage Christian was 23rd.
CHERRY CREEK/GRANDVIEW INVITATIONAL: Spencer Long won the 110 and 300 hurdles as the Poudre boys track and field team finished fifth.
The Impalas also won the 800 relay. The Poudre girls finished seventh, collecting a win from Carly Paul in the high jump.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 11, NORTHGLENN 0: Carl Stajduhar pitched a complete-game shutout and went 2-for-3 with two homers and four RBIs as Rocky Mountain dominated Northglenn in a nonconference game.
The Lobos (13-5) collected 11 hits in the five-inning game. Northglenn falls to 10-9.
WINDSOR 12, NORTHRIDGE 1: The Wizards had 16 hits to wrap up their season with a perfect Class 4A Tri-Valley record.
Windsor (18-1, 14-0 Tri-Valley) had Greg Medina pick up the win. Northridge (8-11, 6-8 Tri-Valley) had Justus Martin pick up the loss.
DURANGO 8, FORT COLLINS 7: The Lambkins ended their season with their sixth one-run loss. This one came at home against Durango.
The Lambkins allowed seven runs in the sixth after scoring six in the first inning to take a big lead. Fort Collins ends its season 5-13, including 3-8 in 5A Front Range League play.
WINDSOR 20, BISHOP MACHEBEUF 1: Windsor finished the regular season with an easy home win. The second half was played on a running clock after Windsor led 13-0 at half. The Wizards finish the regular season 7-8 and 3-1 in the Metro League. Windsor will find out if it makes the Class 4A playoffs when brackets are released by CHSAA on Monday.