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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

THURSDAY TRACK: Eagle boys first, girls second at Eagle Invite

Eagle Invite

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

The Eagle boys finished with 149 points. Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey was third with 90. Westbrook-Walnut Grove/Red rock Central took sixth with 53.

For the girls, Murray County Central won the meet with 159 points. Windom was second with 99½, MLAC tied for third with 84 and WWG/RRC was fifth with 78.

Windom
The Eagle boys were led by one-two finishes in both the shot put and discus. Jose Rodas won the shot put (40-0) and discus (126-6), while Vaughn Vo-Verhage was second in shot put (39-5½) and discus (117-10).

The Eagles added two relay wins. The team of Thomas Green, Charlie Smith, Aaden Nauman and Bryan Macario Rios won the 4×400 (3:41.69) while the team of Nauman, Smith, Thomas Green and Jacob Green won the 4×800 (8:42.98).

Smith added a runner-up finish in the pole vault (10-0). Job Ogeka was third in the triple jump (38-2). James Erickson was third in the 110 hurdles (21.32) and 300 hurdles (49.67). Macario Rios was third in the 400 (52.99). Thomas Green was third in the 800 (2:08.47) and Jacob Green was third in the 1,600 (4:56.75).

For the girls, Elliot Espenson was first in the shot put (35-11) and triple jump (30-9) and took second in the discus (103-2).

Ava Van Norman added a win in the 200 (29.62) and was second in the 100 (14.30).

Victoria Robillard took third in the pole vault (7-0). Jocelyn Frank finished third in the 3,200 (15:35.29). The team of Espenson, Hannah Dauer, Haidyn Sammons and Van Norman added a runner-up finish in the 4×200 (2:01.06).

MLAC
MLAC’s boys were led by one-two finishes in three events.

In the 400, Zach Klassen took first (52.55) with Carter Olson second (52.73). In the 800, Kody Wassman finished first (2:04.25) with Klassen second (2:07.18). And in the 1,600, Klassen was first (4:36.76) with Wassman second (4:39.74).

Olson placed second in the long jump (17-9½). Chase Anacker was second in the high jump (5-4) and third in the long jump (17-8).

The lone win for the Wolverine girls came from the team of Zoe Evers, Bella Anacker, Tiegan Meyer and Paige McMullen, which won the 4×100 relay (57.00).

Meyer added a runner-up finish in the high jump (4-8). Lydia Rete was second in the 1,600 (6:06.43). Kearney Wall was third in the discus (91-5). Elyza Buller was third in the long jump (12-7). Evers took third in the triple jump (27-9) and 300 hurdles (57.52). McMullen finished third in the 100 (14.33).

WWG/RRC
WWG/RRC’s boys were led by Kole Curry, who claimed wins in the 100 (11.76) and 200 (24.37).

Bowen Hesse added a runner-up finish in the 110 hurdles (18.35). The 4×200 relay team of Curry, Luke DeSmith, Adrian Yang and Christopher Xiong took second (1:39.68). Ben Yang added a third-place finish in the pole vault (9-0).

The Charger girls were led by a one-two finish in the pole vault. Abby Wiggins placed first (8-0) with Riley Parker second (7-0).

Amelia Sikel added a runner-up finish in the long jump (13-4½). Evelyn Rentschler was second in the 100 hurdles (19.00). Anna Byers took second int eh 300 hurdles (55.94) Miranda Mischke placed third in the 1,600 (6:09.38). Ally Linder was third in the shot put (28-½). The 4×100 relay team of Isabel Klumper, Ambrosia Yang, Byers and Sikel placed second (57.51).

Next meets: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: at BSC Meet (Blue Earth), May 15
MLAC: at Red Rock Conference Meet (Slayton), May 18
WWG/RRC: at Worthington, May 16
MCWBO: at Valley Conference Meet (Lake Crystal), May 16

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