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PR Flacks: Scottie Track Racking up Personal Records

Glasgow set 45 personal records at their meets in Great Falls and Glasgow the weekend before setting another 42 at their three meets this past week. The Scotties added eight personal bests at the Norm Girard North/East Top Ten on Tuesday, 22 at the Gene Nelson Memorial meet in Wolf Point on Friday and another 12 at the Jean Dreikosen Memorial meet Saturday in Glasgow before that event was called early due to inclement weather.

Tanae Baker, 1600 meters, and Iris McKean, 3200 meters, earned the only two first places for Glasgow at the 37th annual Top Ten Meet. Baker took her event with a personal record time of 5:25.99, nearly four seconds faster than her qualifying time. Baker's time is the eighth fastest in Scottie history.

McKean's knocked nearly 25 seconds off her qualifying time, finishing the 3200 meters in 11:43.19. Her time is now the fourth best in Glasgow track history.

Kheyerah Bilger set a personal record and finished in 10th place in the 1600 meters with her time of 6:22.45. Emily See finished in third place and qualified for state in the 3200 meters with a race time of 12:17.76, a season record.

On the boys' side in the distance running, Dalton Sand set a season record 2:03.41 in the 800 meters, taking second place. Reed Larsen placed fourth in the 1600 meters with a time of 4:51.57. Kyler Holinde finished right behind him in fifth place with a personal best time of 4:57.23, over eight seconds better than his qualifying time. Bergen Miller set a personal record time of 10:58.20 in the 3200 meters for third place. Miller improved nearly 10 seconds over his previous best, 11:07.92.

Blaire Westby set a personal record in the girls' 200 meters and took fifth place with a time of 27.48, more than a second faster than her qualifying time. She took fourth in the 100 meters with a time of 13.97.

Tatum Hansen set season records in both the boys 110 meter and 300 meter hurdles. He took second with a time of 17.02 in the 110 meters and fourth in the 300 meters with a time of 44.05. Stephen Bailey set a personal record, and finished in ninth place, with his 18.89 time in the 110 meter hurdles.

The girls' 4x100 relay team of Blaire Westby, Ava Lloyd, Tyann Graham and Nora Neumiller placed sixth with a season best time of 54.41, a second better than their previous best.

Glasgow's boys' 4x400 relay team of Ted Tryan, Blake Lloyd, Larsen and Sand improved their best time by nine seconds at 3:42.44, three-hundredths of a second out of first place.

Miller also represented the Scotties in the boys' discus where he set a season record with a throw of 127-06, earning him seventh place. Vaughn Miller threw 158-00 in the boys' javelin for third place.

Bailey placed fourth in the boys' pole vault after clearing 12-06.00. Tryan cleared 12-00.00 for seventh place.

Wyatt Babb set a personal record and took fourth place in the boys' long jump with a leap of 19-05.50. The jump was an inch-and-a-half improvement over his qualifying jump.

Eve Stone tied for third in the girls' pole vault after clearing 8-06.00. Graham claimed ninth place with a season record 7-06.00.

Stone also tied in the high jump, clearing 4-08.00 for eighth place. She took ninth in long jump with a leap of 14-08.50.

Glasgow hit the field again Friday in Wolf Point for the Gene Nelson Memorial meet where they posted another 22 personal bests and several more season records. The boys' won the meet with 140.5 points while the girls took second with 97 points, behind Scobey with 165.

Mason Donaldson set a season record in the boys' 100 meters with a time of 13.16, earning him eighth place. Noah Runner ran the event in 13.58, finishing in 15th place. Runner set a personal record in the 200 meters and finished 14th with a time of 27.57.

Sant won the 400 meters with a season record 55.84. Holinde placed second with a personal best time of 57.38.

Nora Neumiller placed second in the girls' 100 meters with a time of 14.02. A. Lloyd set a personal record with her 14.75 time and took sixth place. He'lena Deavila placed 10th at 15.11.

A. Lloyd set another personal record in the 200 meters, and took fourth place, with a time of 30.26. Deavila was at her heels in fifth place with a personal best 30.27. Abigail Kulczyk's personal record 31.43 put her in ninth place while Haylly Turner took 10th with a time of 31.75.

McKean set a personal record in the girls' 400 meters at 1:04.94 for second place. Baker also set a personal record at 1:07.84 and finished in fourth place. Deavila's 1:09.16 was a season record and good for sixth place. A. Lloyd ran the event in 1:10.61, a season record, and took ninth place. Bilger placed 15th with a time of 1:22.04.

Sand also took first in the boys' 800 meters with a time of 2:06.31. Larsen finished in second with a time of 2:08.21, a personal record. Holinde's 2:14.49 time put him in fourth place while Owen Thompson took 10th with a time of 3:13.92.

Larsen placed third in the 1600 meters at 4:56.19, followed by Holinde in fourth at 5:21.74. Thompson placed 13th at 7:29.04.

B. Miller placed second in the 3200 meters with a time of 11:37.74.

In the girls' distance events, McKean claimed second in the 800 meters with a time of 2:27.94. See finished in sixth place at 2:48.22 with Bilger in seventh at 2:49.73. Kulczyk set a personal record at 2:57.18 and finished in ninth place.

Baker won the 1600 meters at 5:32.18 and Bilger took fifth at 7:21.99.

See placed third in the 3200 meters with a time of 13:3.65.

Hansen won the boys' 110 meter hurdles with a time of 17.73 and came in fourth in the 300 meter hurdles. Donaldson took third in the 300 meter hurdles with a personal best time of 46.84. Parker Allen set a personal record also – 55.22 – and took 10th place.

Sand's personal record throw of 40-08.00 in the shot put earned him second place while Connor Hudyma tied for eighth with a 35-11.00 throw. Noah Lippert threw 34-03.00 for 10th place, Allen 32-01.50 for 16th and Dillon Hughes 29-00.00 for 20th place. Connor Whitmer took 26th with a 24-11.00 toss and Mason Swenson thre 23-03.50 for 28th place. Josh Llewellyn threw 16-09.00 for the 33rd slot.

B. Miller took third in discus followed by V. Miller in fourth with throws of 117-09 and 111-01, respectively. Hudyma grabbed the lost scoring spot at sixth with a throw of 104.01. Myles Yoakam placed 11th with a throw of 95-05 and Lex Fairclough threw 87-08 for 15th place. Hughes took 21st at 80-05 and Lippert 25th at 73-08.

Allen threw 72-09 in the discus for 28th while Swenson placed 30th with his distance of 71-11. Whitmer threw 70-11 and took 32nd while Llewellyn took 38th with a throw of 38-03.

Donaldson won the javelin with a personal record throw of 138-02 while Lippert's personal record of 122-11 earned him fourth place. Yoakam placed sixth with a personal best throw of 112-11. Fairclough threw 82-09 and took 22nd place. Allen finished in 28th place with a throw of 53-04, Llewllyn 29th at 52-02, Whitmer 31st at 50-02 and Swenson 32nd at 47-01.

Graham placed third in girls' shot put with a throw of 29-01.00 while E. Whitmer took ninth at 25-08.00. Kassi Norcutt placed 24th at 20-09.50 with Hailee Richardson right behind her in 25th with a throw of 19-08.50.

E. Whitmer placed 14th in girls' discus with her 65-00 throw. Norcutt took 23rd at 47-06 and Richardson 27th with her 30-00.00 throw.

Graham's 87-04 throw in girls' javelin put her in seventh place while E. Whitmer's personal best throw of 64-02 put her in 21st place. Norcutt threw a personal record of 45-04 for 30th place.

V. Miller and Donaldson tied for fifth place in the high jump after clearing 5-00.00.

Bailey placed second in boys' pole vault after clearing 13-00.00 and Tryan placed fifth at 11-06.00. Hansen took eighth after clearing 9-00.00 while Nick Solarzano cleared a personal best 8-00.00 for ninth place.

Babb claimed second in the long jump with a leap of 18-09.50 and Solarzano took 10th at 16-11.50. Tryan jumped 16-10.00 and Bailey leaped 16-07.99 for 12th and 13th places, respectively. Runner jumped 15-08.50 for 16th place.

Solarzano set a personal record in the triple jump at 34-06.50 for 10th place. Tryan was right behind him in 11th with a personal best 34-00.50 jump.

Stone placed second in the girls' high jump after clearing 4-10.00 while Turner placed fifth at 4-02.00.

Stone also took second in girls' pole vault at 9-00.00. Graham's season record 8-00.00 vault earned her third place while See took fifth with a personal record vault of 6-00.00.

Kulczyk just missed putting up points for the Scotties, placing seventh in long jump at 12-07.25. Deavila set a season record at 12-06.00 and placed eighth.

Stone won the triple jump on the girls' side with a distance of 29-10.00 while Turner placed 10th with a 26-01.00 jump.

The Scotties were back on their home field Saturday for Hinsdale's Jean Dreikosen Memorial Track Meet. The Glasgow teams were each sitting in second place – the girls with 43 points and the boys with 96 – before the meet was called for weather.

Baker led the Scottie girls in the 800 meters, taking third with a time of 2:32.08. Bilger placed fifth at 2:51.97 and Kulczyk sixth with a time of 2:58.09.

Sand won the boys' 800 meters at 2:07.52.

Larsen set a personal record and won the boys' 3200 meters with his time of 10:42.59. Holinde also set a personal best – and placed second – at 11:07.85.

Hansen ran the 110 meter hurdles in 18.13 to win the boys' event followed by Donaldson in second with a personal best time of 19.73.

E. Whitmer set a personal record and took ninth in the girls' discus with a throw of 74-07. Norcutt placed 20th with a 50-05 throw and Richardson threw 39-08 for 23rd place.

E. Whitmer also led the girls' in the javelin with a third place 60-02 throw. Norcutt took ninth with a 40-06 throw.

Sand won the boy's shot put with a 40-06.50 throw while Hudyma took fourth with his 35-01.00 throw. Lippert took seventh, 33-10.00 and Allen eighth, 32-08.50. Yoakam's personal best 32-02.00 put him in 10th while Hughes's personal record 31-06.00 put him in 12th place. C. Whitmer's personal best 25-00.50 earned him 19th place while Swenson finished in 22nd with a 23-04.50 throw. Llewellyn took 24th with a throw of 17-01.50.

Glasgow took the top four spots in boys javelin, led by V. Miller, who threw 141-01. Donaldson threw 133-08 for second place, Sand 129-08 for third and Lippert 122-07 in fourth. Fairclough took 18th with a personal best 85-09 throw. Allen took 27th with his throw of 69-01, a personal best. C. Whitmer threw 63-05 and Swenson set a personal record at 62-05 for 30th and 31st place, respectively. Llewellyn took 33rd with a throw of 51-02.

Stone tied for first in the girls' high jump at 4-04.00 with Turner (a personal best).

Stone also won the long jump at 13-04.75 with Kulczyk in fifth at 11-08.50. Deavila took 13th with a jump of 10-03.50 and Richardson finished in 15th with a personal best jump of 6-03.00.

Bailey claimed second in boys' pole vault at 12-06.00 with Tryan in seventh at 10-00.00, Hansen in eighth at 8-06.00 and Solarzano in ninth at 7-00.00.

Solarzano led the Scottie boys in the long jump in eighth place with a 16-09.25 leap. Runner placed 11th at 15-03.00 and Tryan 14th at 14-10.50.

The Scottie Senior Night Recognition will be Friday, May 13 at 6 p.m. in the GHS cafeteria.

Glasgow will host and attend the District 2B/3C Track Meet Saturday, May 14, with events beginning at 9 a.m.


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