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LONGVIEW, Texas — Longview swept the boys and girls District 15-5A track and field championships Thursday at Pine Tree's Pirate Stadium.

The Lobos took the boys division with 123 points to edge the host Pirates, who scored 121. Mount Pleasant was third with 119.

The Lady Lobos pulled away from the competition with 172 points. Hallsville was runner-up with 113, and Texas High claimed bronze with 101 points.

The Lady Tigers and Tigers each claimed two gold individual medals. The top four finishers in each event advance to the area meet.

Caden Miller won the 300 hurdles (40.93) and the 110 hurdles (15.27) for THS.

On the girls side, Bobbi Hatchett won the 100 hurdles (16.21) and Cashlin Gooden took the 300 hurdles (47.55). Gooden also qualified for the area meet in the 100 hurdles, placing third (16.63).

Hatchett was fourth in the triple jump (34-7 1/2), as well.

Mariza Paez and Mollie Johnson went 2-3 in the shot put. Paez's toss finished at 33-9 1/2, and Johnson threw 33-0. Johnson was second in the discus at 97-5, and Paez placed fourth at 93-1.

Fezeka Barnes placed third in the 400 meters (1:01.21) and fourth in the 800 (2:27.99).

Vanessa Perez finished fourth in the 200 meters (26.15), and the Lady Tiger 4x400 and 4x200 relays also advanced. The 1,600 relay was third (4:17.87), and the 4x200 was fourth (1:48.60).

All three Texas High boys relays qualified for the area meet. The 4x400 team was third (3:37.07), the 4x100 relay was fourth (43.93), and the 4x200 team was fourth (1:32.57).

Evan Likins placed second in the 800 meters (2:05.79) and the 400 meters (52.19).

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