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By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

Frazer Bearing Down on Postseason


Gwendolyne Honrud / The Courier

Frazer's Joseph Beston competes in the discus at the Whitewater/Saco Invitational April 30 in Glasgow.

The Frazer track teams attended the Glendive Elks Invitational on Thursday and the Whitewater/Saco Invitational in Glasgow on Saturday.

Baily Beston was the lone Bearcub to compete for the girls in Glendive. She took 80th place in the 100 meters with a time of 16.65.

Blue Fettig, Jonathan Jackson, Christopher Fox and Joseph Beston competed for the Bearcub boys team.

Fettig ran a 14.52 in the 100 meters for 103rd place. Jackson set a personal record of 23.20 in the 110 meter hurdles and took 32nd place.

Fettig placed 69th in the shot put with a season record toss of 30-01.50. Fox set a personal record and took 89th with a 23-03.50 throw. Fox also set a personal record in the discus with a throw of 73-07 for 60th place. J. Beston took 78th with a throw of 54-03.

Fettig set another season record in the javelin with a throw of 89-00 for 52nd place. Jackson placed 54th with an 85-00 throw. J. Beston threw 40-06 for 72nd place.

In Glasgow on Saturday, B. Beston was joined by Angel Nelligan and Shakira Beston in the girls' competition.

Nelligan took 24th in the 100 meters and B. Beston 25th with their respective times of 15.72 and 16.04. Nelligan set a personal record in the 200 meters and placed 24th with a time of 34.01. Nelligan also led the Bearcub girls in the shot put, setting a personal record and placing 10th with a 29-00.50 throw. S. Beston placed 13th with a personal best 28-01.00 and B. Beston finished in 19th with a personal record 26-09.00.

In girls' discus, Nelligan's personal record 66-08 throw put her in 14th place. S. Beston threw 58-11 for 18th place, a personal record. B. Beston's personal best 47-01 earned her 26th place.

B. Beston took 23rd in long jump with a leap of 10-00.00. S. Beston finished in 25th with a season record jump of 8-10.00.

Fettig ran the boys 100 meters in 15.19 for 56th place. Fox set a personal record and took 36th in the boys 200 meters with a time of 33.45. J. Beston's personal record time of 36.50 earned him 38th place. Jackson took seventh in the 110 meter hurdles with a new personal record of 22.48.

Fettig led the Frazer boys in the shot put with personal best throw of 31-09.99 and 26th place. Jackson threw 30-05.00 and took 33rd while J. Beston finished in 38th with a throw of 28-00.75. Fox's personal best throw of 25-02.00 and finished in 45th place.

Fox took 46th in the discus with a 69-02 throw while J. Beston threw 55-05 for 53rd place. Jackson set a personal record in the javelin and finished in 30th with a throw of 91-07. Fox's personal best throw of 75-09 earned him 47th place while J. Beston threw 63-05 for 52nd place.

Frazer will attend the Wolf Point Invitational Friday, May 6, and attend the Gene Dreikosen Hinsdale Meet on Saturday, May 7, with events starting at 9:30 a.m. on Scottie Field in Glasgow.


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