Day one of the state track and field meet is in the books, and here are the results from the area schools.
Long Jump: Lone Tree’s Jovonte Squires finished fourth with a jump of 20′11”, while Jared Hudson was 21st with a jump of 17′.
In the girls shuttle WACO finished 22nd with a time of 1:13.40
In the 3000 meter run, Riley Schmieder was 10th with a time of 11:14.
In the 3200, Evean Mahler and Keiffer Sexton of Highland finished fourth and fifth respectively. Mahler’s time was 9:56, while Sexton finished at 10:07, and WMU’s Gavin Bencze was 15th in a time of 10:25.
In the 100 meter dash Kelsey Hora made finals in sixth with a time of 13.17, she also qualified in the 200 meter dash in seventh in 26.88.
In the 200, Jared Hudson of Lone Tree finished 16th with a time of 23.66.
In the 400, Lone Tree Paige Doehrmann finished 15th with a time of 1:02.77, and for the boys, Max Fricke finished in 12th at 52.53, and Highland’s Chris Ford finished 23rd in 55.41.
The WACO boys shuttle hurdle qualified for finals in a time of 1:00.31.
In long jump, Karile Wade of WMU was 11th at 15′1.25”, and WACO’s Jennie Greene was 21st at 14′1.25”.
The Washington boys shuttle hurdle was disqualified.
In the 100 meter dash, Lexi Duwa finished 12th in 12.91, and Macey Marek was 12th in 13.04. For the boys, Mauricio Ramirez was qualified at 5th at 11.16, while Alex Coker finished ninth at 11.44.
In the girls 4×800, Mid-Prairie finished 24th in 10:26.
In the 200 Mid-Prairie’s Lexi Duwa finished 15th in 26.77, Washington’s Macy Marek finished 23rd in 27.26. For the boys, Ramirez of Columbus finished ninth in 22.86.
In the 400, Washington’s Morgan Kimball finished 16th in 1:01.42, while on the boys side, Noah Lebsack finished 15th in 51.34.
The Washington girls shuttle hurdle team finished 22nd in 1:11.75.
In long jump for 2A, Mauricio Ramirez was 13th at 19′10”, and in shot put Levi Duwa of Mid-Prairie finished 13th with a throw of 47′9”.
Day two is today, and we will be bringing you live reports all day long from the state track and field meet, so keep it tuned to the one to count on AM and FM KCII.