The Eckstrand Relays were held last night with 31 total boys and girls track and field teams. Here are the top results from the area schools.
For the girls, Washington’s McKayla Miller was the runner-up in the class A shot put at 30’11.75”, Macy Marek won the 100 meter dash in 13.68, Marek also won the 200 meter dash in 28.08, right ahead of her teammate Stephanie Fishback in 28.32, and Washington won the sprint medley in 1:59.6.
In the B class, for the WACO girls, Rosemary Skriver won the high jump at 4’6”, they were second in the shuttle hurdle in 1:20.39, the WACO girls won the 4×200 in 1:54.77, and they won the 800 sprint medley in 2:05.82.
For Lone Tree, Julie Wehmeyer was second in the 3000 in 13:16.77, Maddie Flemr was second in the 100 meter dash in 13.84, they won the 4×100 in 54.37, and Paige Doehrmann was second in the 400.
For Highland Kelsey Hora was second in the long jump at 15’1.5”, they won the 4×800 in 11:50.76, Hora won the 100 meter dash in 13.67, they won the distance medley in 4:59.20, and Hora won the 800 meter run in 2:38.55, right ahead of her teammate Chelsey Lampe. They were also second in the sprint medley and first in the 4×400 in 4:29.86.
For Winfield- Mt. Union, Lou Krieger-Coen was second in the shot put at 31’.5”, Karlie Wade won the long jump at 16’2”, they were second in the 4×200, they went one and two in the 100 hurdles with Karlie Wade grabbing the win at 17.93, and Emily Mathews second at 17.95, and Wade finished second in the 400 meter hurdles.
IMS just had Riley Schmieder at the meet, and she won the 3000 in 11:39.44.
Washington was second in the A class with 97 points, while Mt. Pleasant won the meet with 208. WACO won the B class with 109, Highland was second with 95, WMU fourth with 73, Lone Tree fifth with 62, and IMS was eighth with 20.
On the boys side, Washington got a win from Tommy Peterson in the shot with a throw of 50’9”, Alex Coker won the long jump at 19’4”, Michael Ellingson won the high jump at 5’6”, Jose Tapia was second in the 100 meter dash in 12.22, they won the 4×200 in 1:35.88, and they won the 4×100 in 45.00.
For Mid-Prairie, Levi Duwa was second in the shot put at 47’11”, they won the 4×800 meter relay in 8:45.47, Jared Draper was second in the 3200, and Draper won the 1600 in 4:51.7.
For WACO, they won the shuttle hurdle in 1:01.94, Cornell Hulme won the 100 meter dash in 12.34, Dylan Carlson won the 110 hurdles in 16.61, Bryce Achen was second in the 200 meter dash, Braden Blake won the 800 meter run in 2:08.73, and they won the 4×100 in 45.34.
For Highland, Jake Yeggy was second in the shot put, Jacob Wilson was second in the high jump, they won the 4×800 in 8:59.8, Evan Mahler won the 3200 in 10:35, Chris Ford won the 400 meter dash in 52.56, Keiffer Sexton just beat out his teammate in the 1600 meter run to win in 4:52.93, Mahler was second, Chris Ford won the 400 hurdles in 58.84, they won the sprint medley in 3:59.55, and Kody wood was second in the 800.
Winfield- Mt, Union had Gavin Bencze finish second in the 3200, Max Fricke was second in the 400 in 52.94, and they won the 4×400 in 3:40.9.
For Lone Tree, Jared Hudson and his teammate Jovonte Squires finished one and two in the long jump. Hudson won at 19’ 9.25”, Nick Viner was second in the 100 meter dash, they won the 4×200 in 1:38.42, Hudson won the 200 in 24.25, they were second in the medley, second in the 4×100 and second in the 4×400.
Mid-Prairie finished second in the A class with 112.5 points, and Washington was fourth with 66, Mediapolis won the meet with 138 points. Highland and Lone Tree were co-champions in the B class with 105 points, WACO was third with 83 points, and WMU was fourth with 73 points.
Next week is conference for these teams