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Final State Track and Field Results

Posted: Monday, May 20th, 2013 at 8:30 am
Author: KCII Radio- Drew Shradel

The State track and field meet wrapped up on Saturday, and here are the final results from the last day.

The Highland girl’s sprint medley was 19th with a 1:57.50, Mid-Prairie was 18th at 1:55.19 and Washington was 17th at 1:55.14.

Mallory McArtor was the lone area runner in the 800 and finished 14th in 2:25.72, in the boy’s 800 Sigourney’s David Wehr was fourth in 2:00.25, WACO’s Klinton Garret was 13th at 2:06.59 and Highland’s Zach Popham was 20th at 2:09.42.

The WMU girl’s shuttle hurdle team went in with the fastest time and came out with it, claiming the state title in the shuttle hurdle with Anna Crawford, Karlie Wade, Emily Mathews and Cassie Kingery in 1:07.74. On the boy’s side, WACO was disqualified in the finals.

In the 100 meter dash Lone Tree’s Maddie Flemr finished sixth in 13.24, while on the boy’s side Mid-Prairie’s Ryan Hoffman was fourth in 11.42, Hoffman also finished fifth in the 200 finals in 22.69.

WMU picked up another state title, and this one a repeat with Cassie Kingery winning the 100 meter hurdles in 15.54, while on the boy’s side WACO’s Dylan Carlson finished sixth in 15.54.

Highland’s Evan Mahler finished 10th in the 1600 at 4:45.01.

In the 4×100 Mid-Prairie finished second in 50.25, and in the final event, the boy’s 4×400, Lone Tree finished eighth in 3:37.53.

Hear are the final standings for the 1A area girl’s teams, WMU finished 12th with 22, Highland was 35th with five and Lone Tree was 45th with three, Griswold won class 1A with 45. In 2A, Mid-Prairie was 18th with 14 points, and Columbus Junction was 40th with three. 2A winner was Western Christian Hull with 58, and in 3A Washington was 27th with six points, Assumption won 3A with 83.

On the boy’s side in 1A, WACO was 24th with 10, Highland and Sigourney were 36th with five, and Lone Tree was 49th with two, Manson Northwest Webster won with 69. In 2A, Mid-Prairie was 19th with 14 points, Monticello won with 96, and in 3A, Washington didn’t score, and Pella won the meet by one point over Knoxville, 46 to 45.

We want to wish congratulations to all of the state track participants, and a special congratulations to those who placed or won their event.