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District 3C Track

Lustre Christian

Lustre Christian's boys track team overwhelmingly won the District 3C Track Meet in Glasgow May 13, putting up 234 team points. The girls team placed eighth with four team points. The Lion boys put up 11 new personal records while the girls posted seven personal bests.

The Lions are sending Mana Okamoto, Meredith Valentine, Rachel Pew and Angie Fontus to the girls competition at the Eastern C Divisional Track Meet Thursday, May 18. Terran Joseph, Braden Ewing, Ife Aniobi, Jasiah Hambira, Byron Ewing, EmekaAniobi, Diek Olfert, Cayden Klatt, Naveen Pilla, Elijah Lenihan, Johnslee Pierre, Mason Hilkemann and Nathan Fast travel to Lambert for the boys team.

BOYS

Joseph, Br. Ewing and I. Aniobi will run the 100 meters in Lambert. Joseph won in Glasgow with a time of 11.60 while Br. Ewing took third at 12.03 and I. Aniobi ran a 12.80 for seventh place.

Hambira, Br. Ewing and Joseph took the top three slots in the 200 meters with Hambira running a 23.43 to win. Br. Ewing ran a personal best and took second at 23.85 while Joseph finished in third at 23.97. Hambira also won the 400 with a time of 58.10. By. Ewing took third at 1:00.39 with E. Aniobi coming in seventh at 1:03.08.

Olfert ran a 2:30.03 to win the 800 meters and move on to the Divisional Meet. Klatt placed third at 2:32.98 and E. Aniobi ran a personal best 2:36.08 for sixth place. Klatt also took third in the 1600 meters, running a 5:59.79 with Olfert taking fourth at 6:08.11. Pilla took eighth with a personal best 6:26.98 to move on to Lambert. Lenihan placed 11th at 6:42.26. Olfert, Klatt and Lenihan all qualified for the Divisional meet in the 3200 meters, taking third, fourth and fifth, respectively. Olfert ran a 13:38.21 followed by Klatt's 13:339.04 and Lenihan's 13:52.30.

Pierre won both the 110m and 300m hurdles in Glasgow. He turned in a personal best 16.83 in the first and won the second in 43.19. Pilla also moves on in both events, taking fifth in the 110m at 23.55 and fifth in the 300m at 58.81. I. Aniobi ran a personal best 49.36 in the 300m to earn second place.

Lustre Christian won both the 4x100 and 4x400 relays at the District 3C meet. Joseph, By. Ewing, I. Aniobi and Br. Ewing won the 4x100 with a time of 47.70 while By. Ewing, E. Aniobi, Joseph and Pierre combined in the 4x400 with a time of 3:49.79 for their first place.

Hilkemann and By. Ewing both placed in the shot put top eight to advance to Lambert. Hilkeman took fourth with a personal best 33-08.00 while By. Ewing placed sixth with a 32-11.50 throw. Fast placed 10th at 30-08.00. By. Ewing, Hilkemann, Fast and Klatt advance in the discus. By. Ewing threw a personal best 94-00 for fourth followed by Hilkemann with a personal record 88-09 in fifth and Fast in sixth at 86-10. Klatt placed 11th with a throw of 84-11. I. Aniobi placed 12th with a distance of 76-02.

Lenihan and Hilkemann placed second and third in the javelin to advance. Lenihan threw a personal best 119-10 while Hilkemann threw 116-10. Fast placed 15th with a throw of 79-11.

Hambira won the high jump, clearing a personal best 6-05.00. Lenihan placed third at 5-08.00 and Olfert jumped 5-02.00 for fifth place.

The Lions took four of the top eight spots in the District 3C long jump. Hambira won at 20-03.50 followed by Pierre in second at 20-01.00. Br. Ewing jumped 18-03.50 for sixth and Joseph placed seventh with a distance of 18-03.00. Olfert jumped 16-09.00 for ninth place. Lustre Christian also claimed the top three slots in the triple jump. Pierre won with a distance of 41-08.00 followed by Hambira in second at 41-07.00 and Br. Ewing in third at 39-06.50.

GIRLS

Rachel Pew qualified for the Divisional Meet in the 100 meters, taking seventh with a personal record time of 14.72. Okamoto took 10th in the 200 meters with a time of 37.66 and Fontus set a personal record in the 400 meters of 1:28.17, placing ninth. Fontus ran a 1:10.63 in the 300m hurdles to take eighth and earn a place at the Divisional Meet. She also advanced in the triple jump with a 19-09.75 distance and an eighth-place finish.

Okamoto, Valentine, Fontus and Pew ran a 1:06.65 in the 4x100 relay for fourth place and a trip to Lambert.

Valenine took 13th in shot put with a 22-10.00 throw. Pew placed 15th at 22-01.00. Cassidy Grider set a personal best at 18-02.50 for 17th followed by Sarah Dahl in 18th with a 17-07.50 throw. Pew finished 12th in discus at 60-00 while Dahl took 14th at 48-08 and Grider placed 15th at 44-10, a personal record. Dahl led the Lions in the javelin, placing 15th with a personal record 52-09. Pew threw 39-05 for 17th followed by Grider's personal best 30-08 throw in 18th place.

Fontus finished 11th in long jump at 9-02.75 followed by Valentine in 12th with a personal record 9-02.50 jump and Okamoto in 13th with an 8-07.50 jump.

Frazer

The Frazer track teams competed at the District 3C Meet held in Glasgow May 13 and advanced every athlete to the Eastern C Divisional Meet in Lambert Thursday, May 18. Frazer's girls team finished sixth with 23 points and the boys team scored seven points for eighth place at the District meet. The Bearcub girls set one new personal record in Glasgow and the boys posted five new personal bests.

Isabelle Even, Angel Nelligan, Shakira Beston and Bailey Beston will compete for the girls while the boys will be represented by Cassius Smoker, Travis Long, Christopher Fox, Ty Fourstar and Joseph Beston at the Divisional Meet.

GIRLS

Even posted the new personal record for the Frazer girls, running a 14.98 in the 100 meters. She finished ninth, just out of placement for advancement to the divisional meet. She qualified in the 200 meters with a time of 32.18. She also qualified in the high jump, taking second place after clearing 3-10.00.

Nelligan and S. Beston both qualified in the 1600 and 3200 meter races. Nelligan took fourth in the 1600 with a time of 7:36.16 and S. Beston ran a 7:44.05 for fifth. In the 3200 meters Nelligan took fifth at 17:08.45 and S. Beston ran a 17:11.30 for sixth place.

Nelligan, B. Beston, S. Beston and Even combined for a 1:02.44 time in the 4x100 relay, placing third.

Nelligan also qualified in the shot put, throwing 26-02.50 for seventh place. S. Beston finished 10th with a throw of 25-06.00 while B. Beston threw 22-11.00 for 12th place.

BOYS

Long, Fox, Smoker and Fourstar took fourth place in the 4x400 relay with a time of 5:09.36. Smoker also qualified for the Divisional meet with a seventh place finish in the 3200 meters, running an 18:46.06. He placed 12th in the 1600 meters with a time of 7:18.63. Teammate Fox ran a 6:40.41 for 10th place.

Long took ninth in the 200 meters with a personal record tim eof 30.38 and 10th in the 400 meters with a 1:15.32 time.

J. Beston moves on to the next level in the shot put after placing fifth at the District meet with a toss of 33-07.00. Fourstar took 13th place with a personal best 29-01.00 throw and Fox threw 26-10.00 for 16th place.

Fox moves on in the discus with a seventh place showing and a personal best throw of 85-02. Fourstar threw 69-01 for 14th and J. Beston placed 17th after throwing 51-01.

Fourstar took eighth in javelin to advance after throwing 110-05. Fox placed 12th with a throw of 89-07. J. Beston threw 77-11 for 16th and Smoker placed 24th with a 48-04 throw. Fourstar will also represent Frazer at the Divisional Meet in the high jump. He cleared 5-00.00 for sixth place.

Opheim

Opheim athletes Carrie Taylor, Bo Anderson and James Landles all advanced to the Eastern C Divisional track meet in Lambert Thursday, May 18. Taylor helped power the Scobey Spartan girls to a first place finish with 190 points at the District 3C meet in Glasgow May 13 while Anderson and Landles played roles in the boys' second place showing and 141 team points.

TAYLOR

Taylor advances to the Divisional meet in the javelin, shot put and discus. She threw 117-01 in the javelin in Glasgow to place second. She took fourth in the shot put with a personal record throw of 30-05.50. The Opheim senior took fifth in discus with an 85-06 throw.

ANDERSON

Anderson will represent Scobey in the 100 meters, long jump and triple jump. Anderson took fifth in the foot race with a personal best time of 12.25. He jumped 18-06.00 to take fifth in the long jump and advance. The senior posted a distance of 38-01.25 in the long jump for sixth place.

LANDLES

Opheim junior Landles qualified in the 200 meters, 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles. He also ran a leg on the qualifying 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams. Landles placed fifth in the 200 meters with a personal best time of 25.19. He took second in the 110m hurdles at 18.58 and third in the 300m hurdles with a time of 51.63.

Landles ran anchor on both relay teams. The 4x100 took second with a time of 49.11 with the 4x400 team finishing in 4:01.29, also in second place.

Hinsdale

The Hinsdale girls track team took second place at the District 3C Meet in Glasgow May 13 with 107 team points while the boys team placed sixth with 18 team points. The Raider girls posted 20 personal records and the boys put up 11 new personal bests.

Layno Jones, Addison Idler, Lyli Bear, BaiLee McColly, Zora Holt, Ashton Smith, Cienna Strommen, Kodi McColly and Mattea McColly advance to the Eastern C Divisional Meet in Lambert Thursday, May 18. Coy Bowman, Linden Holt, Jaydeen Hanshew and Kade Strommen will represent the Raider boys.

GIRLS

Smith, C. Strommen, K. McColly and M. McColly joined forces in the 4x100 relay to take fifth place with a time of 1:17.91. In the 4x400 relay, Z. Holt, Jones, Idler and Bear ran a 5:39.89 for third place and a trip to Lambert.

Idler set a personal record of 16.47 in the 100 meters for 12th place. B. McColly took fourth in the 400 meters with a personal best time of 1:05.25 to compete in at the Eastern C Divisional. She also qualified in the 300m hurdles with a personal best time of 50.12 and a second place showing.

Z. Holt will represent Hinsdale in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meters races. She ran a personal best 2:49.98 in the 800 for fifth place. Holt took second in the 1600 meters with a time of 6:36.43 and third in the 3200 meters after running the race in 14:29.92.

M. McColly set a personal record and took third in the shot put with a 32-00.00 throw to advance to Lambert. K. McColly took ninth place with a 25-10.00 throw. Jones threw a personal best 23-01.00 to place 11th and Lyli Bear tied for 13th at 22-10.00. Smith threw 9-05.00 for 19th place.

M. Mcolly, Bear and Strommen all advance in the discus. M. McColly again took third, throwing 101-06. Bear took sixth with a distance of 77-02 and Strommen threw a personal best 74-02 for a trip to Lambert. K. McColly's personal record 72-05 earned her 10th place while Smith took 16th with a 23-09 throw.

C. Strommen took third in the javelin with a personal record throw of 97-05. Bear also hit a personal best throw with 67-11 and took 10th place. K. McColly placed 11th with a throw of 66-09, a personal record. Smith took 19th with a throw of 16-09.

B. McColly won the high jump after clearing 4-10.00. C. Strommen, Jones and Bear also advance to the Divisional Meet, all setting personal bests. C. Strommen tied for third at 3-08.00 and Jones cleared the same height for fifth. Bear jumped 3-06.00.

C. Strommen cleared 8-00.00 to win the pole vault. M. McColly, Holt and Idler will also compete in the pole vault in Lambert after taking fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively. M. McColly cleared 6-00.00. Holt and Idler both set personal records at 5-00.00.

B. McColly won both the long jump and triple jump, setting a personal record in the latter. She won the first at 15-06.00 and the second at 33-05.50. Jones set a personal record in the long jump at 11-10.00 for sixth place while Idler finished 10th with a personal best 10-09.00.

BOYS

Coy Bowman just missed the Divisional Meet in the 100 meters, taking ninth at 13.02 but did qualify in the 400 meters with a time of 1:02.73 and a sixth place finish. Hanshew took ninth in the 400 with a personal best 1:07.28. Bowman also earned the trip to Lambert with a fourth place showing in the 800 meters, running the race in 2:35.95.

L. Holt qualified in the 3200 meters with a personal best time of 14:07.32 and a sixth place finish. He took ninth in the 1600 meters with a personal best 6:30.48. The freshman also earned a trip to the Divisional Meet in both the 110m and 300m hurdles. He took sixth in both: 28.32 in the 110m, a PR, and 1:03.98 in the 300m.

Hanshew took seventh in the shot put with a throw of 32-08.00. K. Strommen set a personal record and finished 11th with a 30-03.00 throw. Both set personal records in the discus with K. Strommen placing 10th at 78-04 and Hanshew 13th at 74-06.

Hanshew threw 111-11 in the javelin, a personal best, for fifth place. Bowman's personal best throw of 106-10 earned him 10th while K. Strommen took 13th with a personal record throw of 87-01.

Bowman cleared 5-06.00, a personal best, in the high jump to continue on with a fourth place showing and K. Strommen cleared 10-00.00 in the pole vault, another personal record, for fourth place and a trip to Lambert.

Nashua

Nashua's boys track team took third at the District 3C Meet with 54 team points while the girls team placed fourth, also with 54 points. The Porcupine boys posted five personal records and one season record at the District meet while the girls put up six personal bests.

Xander Pugh, Grady Nielsen, Caden Laumeyer and Damon Adkins advance for the Nashua boys while Madison Harris, Tia Dees, Guinevere Abern, Gracyn Sibley and Marlo Schulte will represent the girls at the Eastern C Divisional Meet in Lambert Thursday, May 18.

BOYS

Pugh set a personal record and advanced to the Divisional Meet in the 100 meters with a time of 11.90 and a second place showing. David Kennedy placed 13th in the 1600 meters with a time of 7:43.81.

Nielsen led the Porcupine boys in the shot put, taking second place with a 37-07.00 throw. Laumeyer also threw 37-07.00 for third place. Tyecom Adkins placed 12th with a 29-10.00 throw and Kennedy took 18th with a personal best 21-01.00.

Nielsen and Laumeyer both advance in the discus as well. Nielsen threw 104-05 for second place while Laumeyer took third with a personal best 96-03 throw. T. Adkins just missed a trip to the Divisional Meet with a ninth place finish at 81-06. Kennedy threw 46-11 for 18th place.

Pugh won the District 3C javelin with a throw of 129-05. D. Adkins will also compete at the Divisional Meet in javelin after taking seventh in Glasgow with a 110-10 throw. EvRhett Pugh finished in ninth with a personal best throw of 110-03. Kevan Viste took 18th with a 72-11 throw and T. Adkins threw 70-10 for 20th place.

X. Pugh will also represent Nashua in the high jump, long jump and triple jump in Lambert. He placed seventh in the high jump with a season record height of 4-08.00. He took third in the long jump at 19-11.75 and fifth in the triple jump with a distance of 38-09.00.

E. Pugh took 10th in the long jump at 16-07.00, a personal best. Viste jumped 15-06.00 for 12th and D. Adkins took 15th with a 13-10.00 jump.

E. Pugh took ninth in the triple jump at 34-05.50 and Viste posted a 33-11.00 distance for 10th place.

GIRLS

Harris qualified for the Divisional Meet in both the 100 and 200 meters. She took second in the 100 meters with a time of 13.73 and fourth in the 200 meters with a personal best 29.12.

Sibley, Schulte, Abern and Harris combined for a time of 59.20 and a second place finish in the 4x100 relay to advance to Lambert.

Dees advances in the shot put, discus and javelin. The Porcupine senior won the shot put with a personal best throw of 36-01.00 and the discus with a 104-09 throw. She placed eighth in javelin with a 78-01 distance.

Maria Grimes placed 16th in shot put with a personal record 20-10.00. She also set a personal best in the discus, throwing 55-06 for 13th place. Schulte took 13th in javelin at 63-01 and Grimes placed 14th at 59-11, both personal bests for the Porcupines.

Abern, Sibley and Schulte will all compete in the long jump at the Divisional Meet. Abern placed second in Glasgow with a 12-10.25 jump. Sibley took seventh at 11-08.00 and Schulte placed eighth with an 11-00.50 jump.

Abern and Sibley took fourth and fifth, respectively, in the triple jump to advance. Abern posted a 27-05.50 jump while Sibley jumped 26-09.00.

 

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