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By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

The 'Mane' AtTRACKtion: Lustre Christian

 

Gwendolyne Honrud / The Courier

Lustre Christian's Braden Ewing won the triple jump at the Whitewater/Saco Invitational in Glasgow April 30 with a distance of 39-11.00. He placed second in long jump at 18-05.50.

The Lustre Christian track teams traveled to Glendive last Thursday for the Elks Invitational and to Glasgow on Saturday for the Whitewater/Saco Invitational. The boys team finished 11th in Glendive with 12.33 points and sixth in Glasgow with 43 points.

Elijah Lenihan and Braden Ewing scored points for the Lion boys in Glendive. Lenihan placed third in the high jump with a personal best 5-08.00 while Ewing took second in the triple jump with a personal best 40-10.50.

Ewing also set a personal record in the 100 meters, finishing in 12.49 and 28th place. Sean Uy took 88th with a time of 13.49. Uy took 70th in the 200 meters at 27.78. Cayden Klatt set a season record of 2:25.70 in the 800 meters for 23rd place. Lenihan took 31st in the 110 meter hurdles with a personal best 22.97.

Klatt took 32nd in the discus with a personal record throw of 96-07. Uy threw 93-08 and placed 48th in the javelin.

Lenihan also set a personal record in the long jump and placed 26th with a 17-11.25 jump. He set another personal record in the triple jump at 36-02.50 and claimed 15th place.

Ewing, Klatt, Lenihan and the 4x100 relay team scored points in Glasgow at the Whitewater/Saco Invitational.

Ewing placed eighth in the 100 meters with a time of 12.56. Byron Ewing set a personal record of 13.70 for 40th place and Uy took 42nd with a time of 13.77. Naveen Pilla placed 57th with a time of 16.03.

Braden Ewing placed fifth in the 200 meters with a personal best 24.91 while Pilla took 37th with a time of 33.69.

Klatt just missed the podium in the 1600 meters, placing seventh with a season record 5:46.98. He placed second in the 3200 meters with a personal record 12:20.98.

Uy, Lenihan, Braden Ewing and Byron Ewing took sixth in the 4x100 relay, finishing in 50.44.

Mason Hilkemann placed 32nd in shot put with a throw of 30-08.00. Byron Ewing threw a personal best 29-08.75 for 35th place and Arun Ramnarace took 39th with his personal record throw of 26-11.75.

Klatt placed 14th in discuss with a personal record throw of 100-10. Uy set a personal record of 83-11 and placed 33rd while Ramnarace's personal best throw of 81-09 earned him 36th place. Hilkemann finished in 48th with a 67-07 throw.

Uy led the Lion boys in the javelin with a 26th place finish and a 97-09 throw. Hilkemann threw 90-11 for 31st place. Ramnarace threw 63-02 for 53rd and Pilla's 30-04 throw put him in 60th place.

Lenihan claimed second in the high jump after clearing 5-06.00. Braden Ewing took second in the long jump with an 18-05.50 leap and Lenihan earned third with a personal best 18-03.00 jump. Bryon Ewing took 21st with a personal record 15-07.50. Pilla jumped 10-09.50 for 45th place.

Braden Ewing won the triple jump with a 39-11.00 jump and Lenihan took seventh with a 35-11.00 jump.

In the girls' competition, Rebekah Jossart set a personal record of 6:42.83 and placed ninth in the 1600 meters. Jossart, Meredith Valentine, Sarah Dahl and Alexa Reddig placed 10th in the 4x100 relay with a time of 1:07.10.

Valentine placed 22nd in the shot put with a personal best 24-06.75 toss. Dahl also set a personal record – 20-03.75 – for 31st place.

Valentine's 52-06 throw in discus earned her 24th place while Dahl took 29th with a 42-02 throw. Dahl took 31st in javelin with a 46-07 personal best throw.

Reddig set a season record and placed 19th in long jump with a 10-11.25 leap. Jossart took 12th with a 10-10.25 jump. Valentine set a personal record at 8-05.25 and took 26th place.

Lustre Christian will attend the Wolf Point Invitational Friday, May 6, and then 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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