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Windom
Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Eagles host home meet

Eagle Invite

Windom’s girls took second and the boys were fourth at Thursday’s Eagle Invitational, held at Windom.

The Eagle girls finished with 116 points. Southwest Christian-Edgerton won the team title with 200½ points.

Windom’s boys finished fourth with 122 points. SWCE won a tight four-way team race with 133 points.

Individually for the Eagle girls, Kaylee Walklin led the way, grabbing victories in the 800 (2:31.42) and 3,200 (12:03.25). Lucy Stevens added a win in the 400 dash (1:05.73). Emma Holtz finished first in the 300 hurdles (57.92). The Eagle team of Erika Lopez, Hannah Dauer, Walklin and Stevens added a win in the 4×400 relay (4:37.86).

Dauer placed second in the 400 (1:09.37). Elliot Espenson took second in the shot put (29-7½). Haidyn Sammons was third in the 1,600 (6:05.52). Victoria Robillard placed fourth in the pole vault (6-6).

For the boys, Alex Altman was a double-event winner, placing first in the shot put (43-3) and discus (135-0). Dylan Serreyn finished first in the high jump (5-10), second in the long jump (19-4¾) and third in the triple jump (40-8½). Bryan Macario finished first in the 400 (54.16).

The Eagles went 2-3-4 in the 3,200, with Aaden Nauman second (11:26.62), Thomas Green third (11:35.23) and Charlie Smith fourth (11:45.26). Teigen Wormstadt placed second in the 300 hurdles (47.00). Kevin Bleess was third in the 200 (25.48). Carter Vancura was fourth in the 100 (12.69).

Progressive Chiropractic Invite

Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey’s boys were fourth and the girls were sixth at the Progressive Chiropractic Invite, which was moved to St. James from its original site of Mt. Lake on Thursday.

MLAC’s boys finished with 109 points. Westbrook-Walnut Grove/Red Rock Central was eighth with 24½. St. James won the meet with 134 points.

The MLAC girls finished with 64½ points. WWG/RRC was eighth with 23 points. River Valley won the girls title with 146 points.

MLAC’s boys were led by Cayden LaPointe, who won the 110 hurdles (17.22), took third in the 300 hurdles (47.25) and fourth in the pole vault (8-0).

Tido Xayachak added a win in the pole vault (9-6) and was third in the triple jump (37-½).

MLAC also won the 4×800 relay, with the team of Caden Swoboda, Zach Klassen, Ethan Schroeder and Kody Wassman finishing in 8:51.61.

Swoboda added a runner-up finish in the pole vault (8-6) and was third in the 800 (2:17.39). Wassman took second in the 3,200 (10:27.00). Cole Kleven was second in the 400 (55.87). Jordan Linscheid took fourth in the 200 (25.36).

WWG/RRC’s boys were led by Kole Curry’s third-place finish in the 100 (12.06). Bowen Hesse finished fourth in the 110 hurdles (21.25).

MLAC’s girls were paced by Kate Janzen, who won the 800 (2:37.64). Kearney Wall added a first-place finish in the discus (78-4¾) and placed fourth in the shot put (26-9).

Lana Kestner placed third in the 400 (1:06.52). Johanna Peterson took third in the discus (71-4½). Tiegan Meyer tied for fourth in the high jump (4-6). Riley Schroeder finished fourth in the pole vault (7-0).

WWG/RRC was led by Kelsey DeSmith, who tied for fourth in the high jump (4-6). Isabel Klumper finished fifth in the 100 (14.56). Evelyn Rentschler was fifth in the 300 hurdles (59.84). Riley Parker took fifth in the shot put (26-7½).

Next meets: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: at Redwood Valley (Redwood Falls), April 26
MLAC: at St. James, April 26
WWG/RRC: at Pipestone, April 26

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