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Washington Relays Worth the Wait

Posted: Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 at 7:40 am
Author: KCII Sports- Jason Troop

After all the weather delays, the Washington Relays finally went off without a hitch last night as 17 teams converged at Case Field; the Demons and eagles put on a good show for the area crowd.

Washington’s Jake Redlinger finished 2nd in the high jump at 6-feet even and was part of 4×200 and 4×100 relay teams that took 2nd and 3rd respectively.  Parker Turner was on both of those teams as well, and individually posted a 5th-place time in the 100 meter dash.  Alex Coker finished third in the long jump and helped the 4×200 and 4×100 teams to their finishes.  Colin Steele was the fourth member of the 4×200 team and Carl Sivels was the fourth member of the 4×100, whose time of 45:39 was good enough to qualify for the Drake Relays.

Keota had a good showing at the Washington Relays as well.

Casey Sieren had the top time in the 110 high hurdles (16.47) and was part of a 4×800 relay team along with Luke Lyle, Kolton Greiner, and Trevor Draisey that finished first.  Draisey also finished 2nd in the 1600 meter run (4:52) and 800 meter run (2:14).  Other top individual results saw Sieren finish 3rd in the discus (110’6”), Greiner was 4th in the 100 (11.86), and Lyle finished 5th in the 200 (24.99).

For full meet results click HERE