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Sean Reardon was the top local finisher in this year’s Great Southwest Invitational Track and Field meet.
Los Alamos High School had five athletes compete in the meet, which was held at the University of New Mexico Track and Field Complex in Albuquerque May 31-June 2. The meet includes some of the top regional prep athletes from the southwestern United States.
Reardon, one of Los Alamos’ elite distance runners, finished seventh in the boys 1,500 meter event at the GSW meet. Reardon, who pulled off an upset victory at the state track and field meet in the 1,600 meters this year, finished the 1,500 in a time of 4 minutes, 11.66 seconds.
That race was won by Spencer Haik of Missouri, who clocked a 4:04.09.
Athletes at the GSW represented the state of New Mexico instead of their individual schools.
In team competition, New Mexico fared reasonably well, picking up 92 points for a fifth-place finish on the girls side and a 79-point, fourth-place finish on the boys. Arizona won the girls competition with 154 points, while Texas crushed all comers on the boys side with a total of 225 points.
Jacob Brown, Jennifer Mooday, Laura Wendelberger and Mariah Zerr of LAHS also took part in the GSW meet.
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