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By Gwendolyne Honrud
For the Courier 

Scottie Boys Do a 181 for the Win in Baker

Scottie Girls Third with 120

 

April 13, 2022

Andrew McKean / For the Courier

Vaughn Miller throws the javelin at the Baker Invitational April 9. The Scotties won the event with a personal record of 149-11.

The Scottie boys' track team sat atop the points board at the Baker Invitational this past Saturday, racking up 181 points powered by five first-place finishes. Glasgow's girls' team placed third with 120 points and three first-place finishes.

Dalton Sand, Kyler Holinde, Vaughn Miller, Stephen Bailey and the boys' 4x100 – Bergen Miller, Sand, Reed Larsen and Ted Tryan – were on top of the boys podium while Tanae Baker and Iris McKean were the top finishers on the girls' side.

Baker won the girls' 800 meters with a time of 2:40.95. Emily See earned the Scotties points with a third-place finish with a time of 2:45.58. Kheyerah Bilger ran the race in 3:03.62 and took 10th place.

McKean, Baker and See earned points in the 1600 meters. McKean finished the 1600 meters in 5:46.16 for her first place run. Baker took fourth with a time of 5:53.34. See ran the race in 5:58.85, taking sixth place. Bilger set a personal record of 6:49.34 and finished in 11th place.

McKean won the 3200 meters with a time of 12:25.89.

The girls' 4x400 relay team, comprised of McKean, Ava Lloyd, Baker and See took second place with a time of 4:49.25.

Blaire Westby put points up for Glasgow in the girls' 100 meters, taking third place with a time of 13.55. Lloyd ran the race in 14.89, a personal record, for 23rd place while Abigail Kulczyk took 31st with a time of 15.22.

Lloyd ran the 200 meters in 32.31 for 20th place while Haylly Turner took 22nd with a time of 32.56. Turner also ran the 400 meters, taking 14th with a time of 1:15.19. Bilger earned 17th place with a time of 1:17.24 while Kulczyk ran the race in 1:20.02 for 20th place.

Tyann Graham also earned points for the Scottie girls with a sixth place finish in the javelin with a personal record throw of 88-10. Emma Whitmer took 30th with a personal record of 62-03.

Graham took 19th in the shot put with a throw of 27-07.00 while Whitmer set a personal record and placed 32nd with a throw of 24-04.00. Eve Stone threw 23-03.00 and took 37th while Hailee Richardson took 46th with a throw of 19-03.00. Whitmer took 21st in the discus with a personal record of 70-09 while Richardson set a personal record of 33-10 and took 45th place.

Stone's fourth place finish in pole vault also contributed to the Scotties' third-place finish. Stone cleared 8-00.00. Graham tied for eighth place after clearing 7-00.00.

In the long jump, Stone placed 12th with a leap of 14-04.50. Kulczyk set a personal record of 12-11.75 and took 25th place. Turner's 12-06.00 jump earned her 30th place. Stone just missed the podium in the triple jump, taking seventh place with a distance of 29-09.00. Turner set a personal record of 26-10.75 and claimed 18th place.

Sand won the boys' 800 meters with his time of 2:10.97. Larsen took fourth in the event with a time of 2:16.15 and Miller placed sixth, finishing in 2:20.45.

Glasgow put four boys on the podium in the 1600 meters, led by Sand's second place finish. He ran the race in 5:00.25. Larsen set a personal record of 5:00.55 for third place. Holinde placed fifth with a time of 5:08.35 and Lane Thompson ran the race in 5:14.66 for sixth place. Owen Thompson took 31st with his time of 7:02.67.

Holinde won the 3200 meters with a time of 11:32.67.

The boys' 4x400 relay team ran the race in 3:53.34 to win, more than four seconds faster than their nearest competitor. Tatum Hansen, Toryn Richards, Nick Solarzano and Tryan took sixth in the 4x100 relay with their time of 48.97.

Hansen tied for 16th in the 100 meters with a time of 12.37. Richards set a personal record and took 20th with a time of 12.62. Solarzano also set a personal record with his time of 12.97. He took 35th place. Noah Runner finished in 55th with a time of 13.57 and Ted See ran the race in 14.36 for 65th place.

Myles Yoakam took 40th in the 200 meters with a time of 28.50. Dillon Hughes ran the race in 29.68 for 48th place while Ted See took 51st with a time of 30.21.

L. Thompson ran the 400 meters in 1:01.63 and took 14th place. Runner took 24th with a time of 1:04.62 and Ted See placed 41st with his time of 1:10.34.

Hansen and Mason Donaldson earned points for the Scottie boys in the 110m hurdles with Hansen taking third and Donaldson placing fifth. Hansen ran an 18.78 while Donaldson set a personal record at 19.75.

Miller won the javelin with a personal record throw of 149-11. Donaldson earned sixth place with a throw of 127-01. Yoakam placed 32nd with a throw of 96-09 and Lex Fairclough threw 80-04 for 43rd place.

Miller put points up with a third place discus throw of 120-08. Miller threw a personal record of 110-08 and took ninth place while Connor Hudyma threw 108-08 for 11th place. Fairclough placed 32nd with a throw 86-07 and Hughes threw 78-11 for 40th place.

Sand threw the shot put 37-07.50, a personal record, and placed eighth in the event. Parker Allen threw 31-08.50 and took 26th place. Connor Whitmer finished in 48th with a throw of 23-02.50 with Mason Swenson a half-inch behind him in 49th place. Josh Llewellyn took 53rd with a throw of 18-01.50.

Bailey won the pole vault after clearing 12-06.00. Tryan tied for fifth after clearing 11-00.00. Hansen took seventh with a personal recored of 9.00-00.

Andrew McKean / For the Courier

Iris McKean, center in Scottie red, Emily See (left) and Tanae Baker (right) in the second lap of the 1600 meters. McKean won the race, completing the four laps in 5:46.16. Baker took fourth with a personal record of 5:53.34. See claimed sixth place after running the race in 5:58.85.

In the high jump, Bailey tied for eighth place after clearing 5-02.00. Miller set a personal record at 5-02.00, also tying for eighth. Donaldson cleared the bar at 5-00.00 and tied for 14th place.

Solarzano took ninth in long jump with a personal record of 18-06.50. Bailey set a personal record at 16-07.00 and finished in 33rd place. Runner leapt 16-02.00 for 37th with Richards in 38th after jumping 16-01.50.

Miller made the podium in the triple jump, leaping 35-02.50 for sixth place. Bailey took 10th place with a 34-00.00 jump. Solarzano jumped 32-10.00 and took 15th. Richards placed 19th with a jump of 32-01.00 with Tryan right behind him in 20th place with a jump of 32-00.50.

Bailey and Stone have both already qualified for the State Track meet based on their performances in the pole vault.

The Wibaux Invitational, which was scheduled for Thursday, April 14, has been canceled. The Scotties will be back in action Saturday, April 23, at the Sidney Invitational.

 

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