McKenna Ramsay takes 1st in 200, 400, 800-meter finals at 4A league meet | SummitDaily.com

McKenna Ramsay takes 1st in 200, 400, 800-meter finals at 4A league meet

Compiled by Phil Lindeman
plindeman@summitdaily.com

SUMMIT VS. BATTLE MOUNTAIN — TIGERS BASEBALL, MAY 5

A varsity baseball double-header against Battle Mountain, hosted in Edwards at Battle Mountain High School on May 5. The Tigers won both games: Game One 11-0 and Game Two 8-6.

Summit ace Andrew Shaw combined with and Will Heuck for the Game One shutout. In Game Two, Heuck, Sam Hull and Turner McDonald took the mound for the Tigers to victory. Senior first baseman Jack Anderson had four hits and seven RBIs through both games.

Summit vs. Battle Mountain, Game One

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Final

Summit 1 0 0 0 4 3 3 11

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BMHS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Summit vs. Battle Mountain, Game Two

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Final

Summit 2 1 1 4 0 0 0 8

BMHS 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 6

SUMMIT VS. PINE CREEK — LADY TIGERS LACROSSE, MAY 6

The final game of the regular girl's lacrosse season, a non-conference match against Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs on May 6. The Lady Tigers lost, 5-19, to finish the season with a 3-12 overall record and 2-5 record in the 4A Slope.

Summit vs. Pine Creek

1st 2nd Final

Summit 2 3 5

Pine Creek 13 6 19

SUMMIT VS. GLENWOOD SPRINGS — TIGERS BASEBALL, MAY 7

The final scheduled double-header of the varsity baseball season against Glenwood Springs High School, hosted in Glenwood Springs on May 7. The Tigers won the first game, 11-4, after it was called for rain. The second game of the double-header was rescheduled for May 10.

Andrew Shaw pitched yet another complete game for the win, recording six strikeouts and no walks. Turner McDonald and Jack Anderson each had two hits and Anderson had three RBIs to pace the Tigers.

Shaw is now ranked first overall in the 4A Western Slope for strikeouts with 66 Ks in 47 innings pitched. He also leads the Tigers with a 3.25 ERA and four wins. Behind the plate, Brian Hessler owns the third-best fielding percentage in the league at .985 — the only position player with more than 10 games and a near-perfect fielding percentage.

The final regular games of the season, a double-header against Steamboat Springs on May 9, were canceled to give the Tigers two go-ahead wins late in the season. Summit ends spring ball with a 7-11 overall record and 5-8 record in the 4A Slope.

Summit vs. Glenwood Springs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Final

Summit 5 4 1 0 1 0 0 11

Glenwood 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4

4A WESTERN SLOPE LEAGUE MEET — TIGERS TRACK AND FIELD, MAY 6-7

The 4A Western Slope Multi-Leagues Championship meet, the league finals hosted by Grand Junction High School at Stoker Stadium in Grand Junction. The meet drew 33 combined boy's and girl's teams from across the region, including 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A schools.

After 18 events, the Summit girl's team ended with 103 points to take third overall. The boy's team finished with 62 points to take sixth overall. Summit's McKenna Ramsay had three individuals wins over the weekend, along with a second-place finish in the 4x400m relay. For the boys, Chevoy Hemans set a new school record in the 100m prelims (11.42) and led the 4x400m team to a first-place finish. His 2x200m team also set a new school record a 1:34.10.

The following results show how Summit runners placed against runners with other 4A Western Slope schools (eight total). For complete results, see co.milesplit.com.

4A boy's team, overall (points)

1. Palisade High School, 200

2. Battle Mountain High School, 134

3. Glenwood Springs High School, 96

6. Summit High School, 62

Girl's 200m dash, 4A Slope overall

1. McKenna Ramsay, Summit — 26.08

2. Amber Rentie, Palisade — 26.66

3. Autumn Erekson, Fruita-Monument — 27.26

Girl's 400m dash, 4A Slope overall

1. McKenna Ramsay, Summit — 58.2

2. Maomi Harding, Battle Mountain — 1:01.31

3. Allison Casey, Steamboat Springs — 1:01.89

Girl's 800m run, 4A Slope overall

1. McKenna Ramsay, Summit — 2:21.32 (first overall)

2. Taylor Hermosillo, Eagle Valley — 2:21.83

3. Naomi Harding, Battle Mountain — 2:24.40

Girl's 1600m run, 4A Slope overall

1. Greta Van Calcar, Palisade — 5:10.17

2. Ruthie Boyd, Summit — 5:23.10

3. Rychelle Denardo, Battle Mountain — 5:23.63

Girl's 4x100m relay, 4A Slope overall

1. Palisade — 50.44

2. Fruita-Monument — 52.37

3. Summit (Meghan Sockett, Katie Mason, Meg Rose, Jessica Horii) — 54.63

Girl's 4x400m relay, 4A Slope overall

1. Battle Mountain — 4:05.94

2. Summit (Jessica Horii, Megan McDonnell, Ruthie Boyd, McKenna Ramsay) — 4:11.45

3. Delta — 4:15.37

Boy's 100m dash , 4A Slope overall

1. Chevoy Hemans, Summit — 11.47 (Prelims was new school record 11.42)

2. Kyle Fineran, Fruita-Monument — 11.54

3. Nate Martin, Summit — 11.62

Boy's 200m dash, 4A Slope overall

1. Zaccre Kenward, Palisade — 23.01

2. Nate Martin. Summit — 23.10

3. Chevoy Hemans, Summit — 23.23

Boy's 400m dash, 4A Slope overall

1. Sam Erickson, Palisade — 51.52

2. Nate Martin, Summit — 51.65

3. William Moore, Fruita-Monument — 51.81

Boy's 4x400m relay, 4A Slope overall

1. Summit (Nate Martin, Ben Jorgenson, Logan Ramsay, Chevoy Hemans) — 3:30.64

2. Rifle — 3:30.84

3. Eagle Valley — 3:31.27

Boy's 4x200m relay, 4A Slope overall

1. Glenwood Springs — 1:34.01

2. Summit (Connor Hintgen, Ben Jorgenson, Logan Ramsay, Chevoy Hemans) — 1:34.10 (new school record)

3. Battle Mountain — 1:35.64

Other top Summit 4A Slope finishes, girls

5. 3200m run, Ruthie Boyd — 12:19.20

5. Triple jump, Jessica Horii — 32'7.25"

5. 4x200m relay (Sarah Lorch, Anna Wasson, Katie Mason, Meg Rose) — 2:00.91

5. 4x800m relay (Noelle Resignolo, Sarah Lorch, Brooke Tomlinson, Kate Wasson) — 11:13.4

6. 100m hurdles, Brigid Corson — 16.45

6. 4x800m medley relay (Brigid Corson, Meghan Sockett, Megan McDonnell, Brooke Tomlinson) — 2:03.44

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