The boys track team lost the meet verse Northwestern by only 8 points but have grown since their first meet and gained valuable experience with our very inexperienced team. Very happy with the way our team performed and our progress. Our team will keep improving and working towards being at our best come conference time. All the meets up to that point are assessments to see how well we are training and if we have the right people in the right spots.
Braiden Walton took 1st in the pole vault with a jump of 11’6 which is his new PR. Corbin Middlekauff took second in pole vault, going 10′ in his first time in the event, along with either tying or besting his PRs in long jump and high jump. Adam Bowman took 2nd in the shot and 3rd in the discus with Paxton Kintner reversing those placings in the discus and shot. Sam Bourne earned 1st in the 1600 with Haiden Maiben taking 3rd. Nolan Kelly won the 400m an took 2nd in the 200m. Chance Hagan finished 1st in the 800m followed by Kaden Law in 3rd. Jacob Edwards took 2nd in the 3200. Rounding out the individual events were Bryson Walton 2nd in the 300 hurdles and 3rd in the 110 hurdles, Greg Friend 3rd in the 100, and Zach Bullock 3rd in the 300 hurdles. The 4×800, consisting of Sam Bourne, Jacob Edwards, Haiden Maiben, and Chance Hagan, and 4×400, comprised of Nolan Kelly, Sam Bourne, Corbin Middlekauff, and Chance Hagan, took 1st place and had considerably better times.
Looking forward to seeing our athletes continually improve.