The 2021 Rio Rancho Rust Buster was the meet to kick off the season between four state champion caliber teams and the returning talent ready to shine this year.
After the first week of track and field, Sue Cleveland's Luke Wysong is the top man in the 100m with a blazing 10.93. Hurdles matchups include a couple of standouts in their respective classes.
Centennial's Pili Kuupualiliapihamekealoha and Rio Rancho's Sterling Glenn throwing matchup will be intriguing to watch play out over the season as Lovington's Alexa Contreras sets the bar in pole vault.
Tyler Jenson already put quite the distance on himself at the #1 javelin spot in New Mexico while Alex Trammel could be looking for a discus/shot put double.
Vanessa Gallegos sets the mark to beat in girls 800m while Tessa Holderman against Laurynn Sisneros for the 3200m could be in our future later this season.
Academy has a pair of sub 2:00 800m runners while Rendon Kuykendall performance at Nike Chandler Rotary has him at the top of the 1600m and 3200m.
Yvonne Stinson nears the top of several sprint events while Sadi Butler and Hannah Kiess lead hurdles yet once again.
Check out the action from this past week in New Mexico April 23 - 25.
Check out Los Alamos' William McTeigue setting the bar in the pole vault at the 2021 Rio Rancho Rust Buster Invitational.
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