LUBBOCK — The South Plains College men's and women's track and field teams were back on the track Saturday at the Texas Tech Open at the Fuller Track and Field Complex where they combined for eight event titles.
Saturday's meet was the second to last regular-season competition for SPC before the national meet, which will be held in Levelland at the Texan Track and Field Complex May 11-13. South Plains will be back in Lubbock next week for the Corky/Crofoot Shootout April 30-May 1.
Justin Guy kicked things off the Texans in the men's 110m hurdles, posting the top time in 14.03. Teammate Chris Robinson was just a step behind, taking fourth in 14.65. Sophomore All-American Khaleb McRae took first in the men's 400 meters, crossing the line in 45.71, while Robinson was third in 47.63.
In the women's 200 meters, All-American Rosemary Chukwuma placed first with a time of 23.49. Jordan Brown was close behind, taking fifth in 24.36. South Plains posted the top time in the men's 4x100 as Breylin Butler, Chaunzavia Lewis, Gabriel Woodard, and Guy clocked a 41.24. In the women's 4x100, the Lady Texans took first as Chukwuma, Keshana Page, Joniar Thomas, and Success Umukoro crossed the line in 46.20.
South Plains went one-two in the men's 800 meters, as Seydi Sall placed first with a time of 1:50.01, while Mehdi Yanouri was second in 1:50.56. In the women's 400 hurdles, Camille Lewis took first with a time of 1:01.97, while All-American Romaine Beckford notched the top mark in the men's javelin with a throw of 183' 6".
South Plains closed out the meet with a pair of top-five finishes in the men's pole vault, as Thomas Nieto was second with a clearance of 16' 10", while Scott Frazier was fifth with a mark of 15' 6.25".
Full results: https://live.pttiming.com/?mid=2215