LUBBOCK, Texas - Hardin-Simmons' sprinters Bradley Hutcheson and Shanice Wright each lowered their own school records on Saturday at the Red Raider Invitational.
Hutcheson took .40 off of his time in the 200 and ran a blazing 23.67 to place 28th in the 73-man field. He also ran a 6.68 in the 55, which is just .08 off the school mark.
Shanice Wright lowered her school mark in the 55 with a time of 7.52.
Those performances highlighted the day for the two teams.
In other action, Kami Bellah went 5-1 in the high jump. Lauren Rodgers ran a 1:03.62 in the 400 meters. Audrey Salter ran a 2:36.99 in the 800 meters.
Rachel Allen ran a 10.75 in the 55 hurdles and Paige Goen ran a 10.77.
Wright ran a 27.79 in the 200 meters and Lauren Rodgers ran a 28.19.
On the men's side, Luke Wells ran a 2:14:42 in the 800 meters. Cedric Miller (23.40), Jose Bolanos (24.19) and Daniel Kaplinski (24.69) also competed in the 200.
Hutcheson also ran a 6.68 in the 55 to place 35th.
HSU will next be in action next weekend at the University of Oklahoma.
For a complete list of the meet's results you can go to http://www.spato.us/ttu/2013/f02/.
Information provided by HSU athletics department.
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