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By Quinn Robinson
The Courier 

Nashua Solid At Wolf Point

Porcupines Looking To 3C


It's been a solid two weeks of performances for the Nashua Track and Field team as they approach the 3C meet this week.

On May 3, the Porcupines traveled to Glasgow to compete in the Jean Dreikosen Memorial Track Meet hosted by Hinsdale.

The Porcupines saw solid performances all around from their athletes at the meet.

Faith Keys finished third in the shot put and fifth in the discus. Sandy Viste and Ryleigh Delich finished fifth and sixth in the shot put respectively.

Runner Zoe Glasoe had a nice performance as she came in fourth place in the 1,600 meter run. Nicole Williams followed up Glasoe's performance by placing fifth in the 400 and fourth in the 800.

The biggest star of the day for Nashua was Morgan Guttenberg. Guttenberg placed fourth in the 200, second in the 400, fifth in the long jump and sixth in the triple jump.

Nashua followed that performance up with another nice showing at the Gene Nelson Memorial Tournament in Wolf Point this past weekend.

This time it was the boys turn to show off their talents and they took to the track to do just that.

Ryan Padden started off the day for Nashua by taking first in the 100 with a time of 11.08. Padden second place finisher Danny Linder of Scobey by .24.

Lane Nickles took second in the 1,600 for the Porcupines with a time of 4:42.46. It was a two man race in the 1,600 with Nickels falling just short of first, but finishing 21 seconds ahead of third place.

Rounding out the winning for the event was the 4x400 relay team for Nashua as they took first with a time of 3:47.52, almost five seconds ahead of second place finisher Savage.


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