Just like a good old fashioned western movie, the boys 1600m at the El Paso Bowie and Coronado Inv. was a good battle.By now, many of the names and faces of some of the top El Paso distance runners have become recognizable names and faces. This race was a battle of many of the top dawgs in the city.The race was made up of many state champions and All-State runners from either track and field or cross country. The race was reminiscence of a cross country race with a clear front pack as the runners battled the winds. It stayed that way through much of the race until the last lap when those with the fitness and the speed to separate did just that. TAPPS state champion Brandon Seagreaves had a better kick than NXN qualifier Edwin Gomez to take the win.1Brandon Seagreaves12El Paso Cathedral4:24.3312Edwin Gomez10San Elizario4:25.6313Liam Walsh12El Paso Coronado4:27.3314Elias Perez11El Paso Eastwood4:27.7515Sergio Leon Cuartas10El Paso Eastwood4:29.9816Alan Alba11El Paso Coronado4:32.041
Check out the boys action from the Bowie and Loretto Invitational out in El Paso.
Just like an old western movie, it had the wind, the drama, a great ending, and the western setting.
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