Nebraska high school state track meet results, May 17

Nebraska high school state track meet results, May 17
Auburn's Baily Darnell, left, competes in the Class B 110-meter high hurdles. ELSIE STORMBERG/THE WORLD-HERALD

Class B: Lexington’s Ajack Waikur win two all-class gold medals

It’s pronounced “walker.” More appropriately, it should be “jumper.”

Ajack Waikur, the Lexington senior, won two all-class gold medals Friday afternoon at Burke Stadium. Waikur cleared 6-foot-8 in the high jump, then triple jumped 48-2¾ on his first jump to win that event.

He only took one more jump in the triple jump, landing awkwardly in the pit and hobbling away.

“I think I got a little too much air and came down on my jumping foot a little bit wrong, but it was fine,” he said.

No worries. Later in the day, he qualified for the 300-meter intermediate hurdle finals scheduled for Saturday.

“My coaches wanted to hold me out so we don’t risk anything else. I still have the 300s run,” he said.

He also has the long jump Saturday, which gives him a chance at four gold medals. But medals aren’t as important to him as points.

“Now we have a chance to win Class B state. That’s today’s priority — to get points,” he said.

Even after winning the high jump, the first event of the day, he said it was “pretty exciting, but we still have work to do. We have to finish this out.”

Lexington leads Class B with 36 points after the first five events with McCook second with 24.

Waikur scored 20 with his two jumps and teammate Timothy Ram Nyinguan added eight with a second-place finish in the triple jump, going 45-10½. Alexis Hernandez finished second to Minden’s Aidan Wheelock in the 3,200 for the other eight points.

“My goal since the beginning of the year was to win the (all-class) gold for the triple jump now that we have the chance to win the Class B, that’s the priority now,” Waikur said.

Waikur won the all-class gold medals in the high jump and triple jump, so a long jump title would give him a rare triple crown.

No male athlete in state history has won the all-class golds in all three jumps events in the same year.

Getting that third gold will be the most difficult part of the triple crown. Waikur is seeded fifth in Class B. That event is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Aurora’s Knust busy with events

Cassidy Knust had a busy day Friday.

The Aurora sophomore was involved in the pole vault and 3,200 relay. She still managed to get two medals on the day.

After helping the Aurora 3,200 relay team finish second at 10:12.2, she tied for third after going with a personal best 10-10. That has Aurora sitting in third with 13.5 points.

“It was a crazy day but I’m happy with how I did,” Knust said.

Here’s how crazy Knust’s day was: There was some clock issues during the start of the 3,200 relay that forced the race to be restarted four times. After solving the clock issues, there was collision that caused two runners to fall at the start so the race had to be restarted for a fifth time.

After the fifth try, meet officials decided to let the runners rest a little bit and have the race start after the Class D boys race.

Knust then headed over to the pole vault to make opening height at 9-0. But as she was on the runway, the gun went off for the start of the 3,200 relay. She cleared opening height with no problem then hurried over to run the third leg of the relay.

“It was pretty hectic but we made it work,” Knust said.

Class C: Sara Reiferath cruises in prelims, while Battle Creek’s Taake wins long jump

Hartington Cedar Catholic’s Sara Reifenrath laid down the gauntlet in Class C, running the fastest preliminary times in the 100, 200 and 400 at the state meet Friday.

Reifenrath cruised to a 100 time of 12.20, equaling her best time this year set at last month’s Norfolk Classic.

“There’s a lot of good competition here,” Reifenrath said. “It helps to have them push me, hoping to better tomorrow.”

Johnson County Central’s Ashlei McDonald leads the Class C 3200 meter run. McDonald won the event with a time of 11:37.67.

Three other area athletes qualified to join Reifenrath in the 100 final: Ashley Ostrand of Emerson-Hubbard/Pender, Emily Loseke of Clarkson/Leigh and Kevona Brown of Atkinson West Holt.

About an hour after the 100, Reifenrath took her lane-four mark for 400-meter perlims, made up the stagger on the four outside lanes before the first curve and then cruised to the finish in 57.19, more than a second ahead of the second-best qualifying time of 58.36 by Isabella Hilger of David City Aquinas.

The Hartington Cedar Catholic junior’s time is within striking distance of the Northeast and North Central Nebraska standard of 56.80 set by Chrystal DeNayer of Valentine in 1991.

Reifenrath then finished off her day by taking the first step in defending her all-state gold medal in the 200. The Trojan junior led the way with a blistering 24.72. And as with the 400, the time was more than a second better than the second-fastest qualifying time. Paige Steinman of Emerson-Hubbard/Pender was the only area runner to place in the 3,200-meter run. The Raptor junior crossed the line in third in a time of 11:45.91,

Wisner-Pilger freshman Kayla Svoboda led a quartet of area hurdlers into the finals of the 100-meter race. She was joined by Rylee Rice of Ainsworth, and the Battle Creek duo of Renee Brummels and BriAnna Zohner.

Rice and North Bend Central’s Hannah Williams were the only area athletes to qualify for the finals of the 300-meter low hurdles.

Class C: Move over, Superior’s Kalynn Meyer tops state’s discus record and No. 1 national mark

Before she entered the discus venue Friday at Burke Stadium, tales of Kalynn Meyer’s warmup performance already were circulating.

The first throw by the junior from Superior traveled 140 feet. It was a simple power throw to warm up her arm. The spins and leg placements were looking good, so anticipation was growing.

Things only got better — way better — as Meyer topped the all-time state meet record three times, finishing with a best throw of 176-8 to win the all-class gold medal for the third consecutive year.

That throw also moved the Nebraska volleyball recruit to No. 1 on the national leaders lists, according to Track and Field News and athletic.net.

This year, Meyer didn’t require as much assistance from father/coach Andy Meyer. As Kalynn has matured through three seasons, she prefers that dad watch from a spot not so close to the ring.

“It’s just to the point where I know what I need to do and there’s nothing he can tell me that will help that I’m not already thinking myself,” she said. “I know what needs to be done.”

There was nothing rebellious or boastful about that statement. Dad agrees with it.

“The difference between Kalynn this year and last year is she knows what she needs to do to throw farther,” Andy Meyer said. “I don’t have to tell her. She knows it. I’ve tried to leave her alone a little more and let her figure things out, and she has. In fact, I’ve told her that.

“She’s done a great job of that for the last month. The first part of the season she struggled a little bit, but she’s figured it out here in the last five meets, and she’s done it on her own.”

Dad was in his usual spot — the western-most corner of the coaches area near the discus ring — but he moved after Kalynn’s fourth throw went awry. Things were OK during the first three throws, though.

She opened with a 152-2 before unleashing her first record of 171-5, a throw nearly 7 feet farther than the previous meet best.

Kalynn’s third throw went beyond her winning throw but didn’t count because of a foot foul in the ring. Still, she left the ring smiling. She knew a bigger throw was possible heading to the final.

One meet official said that throw “went beyond 180,” and Andy Meyer said he was told it was roughly 181 feet. Then came Kalynn’s worst throw of the series, a sector foul on her first attempt of the final.

Daughter and dad’s eyes never met as Kalynn left the ring to head for her blanket near a couple of soccer goals to think about what went wrong.

“She was rushing it in the back of the ring,” Andy Meyer said. “She wasn’t setting herself up in the back of the ring, and when she does that she gets ahead with her upper body.”

Dad then moved down the sector, making it more difficult for Kalynn to see him. Andy said the last half-dozen meets he’s been staying away from the ring, viewing Kalynn’s throws from farther away.

Kalynn laughed when told of her father’s response.

“Honestly, no he hasn’t,” Kalynn said. “It’s ironic. I usually throw my best when he’s not around the ring. He was kind of close, (but) he was a little farther down. Maybe if he was all the way out there, I would have thrown a little farther.”

Her fifth throw was a 172-0 before she landed the record-setter. Kalynn said getting closer to 180 feet on that final throw was exhilarating.

“It was relieving,” she said. “I had the goal to get that this year. That second throw passed that, and I was really happy for that. I was more relaxed. I didn’t have anything to worry about on those last throws.”

Meyer is the leading qualifier in Saturday’s Class C shot put, which is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m.

Wind direction won’t be an issue for the shot, but it was for the discus. Andy Meyer said Friday’s setting wasn’t ideal, which made Kalynn’s performance that much more impressive.

The wind was blowing from the northeast, and if had been coming from the southwest, Dad is convinced Kalynn’s best throws would have been in the mid-180s.

Andy Meyer knows what he’s talking about. He has owned the state all-class record the past 30 years and went on to be a three-time Big Eight discus champ for Nebraska.

“She’s been knocking on the door all season,” he said. “The latter half of this season she’s been working on getting a big throw, and things have to be just right.”

Colleges want Meyer to give track a whirl

Superior junior steadfast in commitment to volleyball; NU’s Cook says she can compete in discus, too

Though Meyer has been committed for more than 18 months to play volleyball at Nebraska, her successful track and field season has led Division I coaches to gauge her interest in that sport.

Among the early suitors are Stanford, Texas A&M and Kansas. Meyer set the all-class state meet record in the discus Friday with her winning throw of 176 feet, 8 inches. The junior from Superior will also compete in the Class C shot put beginning at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

While volleyball remains her primary collegiate sport, Meyer said she’s interested in throwing the discus for the Huskers once the volleyball spring season concludes in mid-April.

Meyer’s father, Andy, who owns the state discus record of 203-6 set in 1989, said Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook already has given his blessing to Kalynn to give the event a try.

“Coach Cook has told her that she could,” Meyer said. “As of last year, she didn’t have that much interest in throwing in college.”

Then there’s the chance to compete in the 2020 Olympic Trials in Walnut, California. The qualifying standards for the Trials have yet to be announced, but the discus standard for the 2016 Trials was 187-0.

“It would be hard not to (try that), but it would be up to her,” Andy Meyer said. “She is getting a lot of attention from colleges around the country for throwing.”

Kalynn Meyer said the Trials present an intriguing challenge.

“It’s something I haven’t really thought much about,” she said. “It’s a possibility. Just to go see what I can do against the all-timers.”

Meyer’s record throw puts her 13 inches behind her sister Alex, who is a senior at Nebraska and is ranked No. 34 on the Division I leaders list this season. Alex was at Burke Stadium on Friday to watch Kalynn and younger sister Shayla, who finished fifth with a throw of 130-10.

Lincoln High’s Darius Luff’s fall may result in two gold medals

Darius Luff rolled his way from an embarrassing spot into what could be a double-gold medal Saturday in the hurdles at the state track meet.

The Lincoln High senior fell while clearing the fifth hurdle in the preliminaries of the 300 intermediates at Burke Stadium. He somersaulted to his feet, staying in his lane to avoid a DQ, and won his heat.

But the spill cost him the coveted Lane 4 for the qualifying leader Saturday. He’ll be in Lane 7.

What happened was a first for Luff in his prep career.

“I always have problems with that hurdle,” he said. “I tried to get my trail leg up higher and sooner. I guess I just fell. I don’t remember much. I just fell and got back up. I had to do what I could to win.”

Luff came close to his state-record time in the 110 highs with a 13.85 — three-hundredths of a second from last week’s 13.82 at districts. He said that shows him he has things to clean up before the final.

Given the forecast for afternoon thunderstorms, it could be a long Saturday finish at Burke. The last four track finals are the 1,600, the 300 hurdles, the 200 and the 1,600 relay. The last event takes about two hours to complete as there are two heats in each of the four classes, girls and boys.

Friday’s highlights included reigning high school girls athlete of the year Kalynn Meyer of Superior improving her nation-leading mark in the discus to 176-8. The junior, who’s committed to Nebraska for volleyball, broke the meet record three times. Her best mark was on her last of three attempts.

Omaha Creighton Prep ran the fifth-fastest boys 3,200-meter relay in state history. The Junior Jays’ foursome of Leo Burns, Luke Dickas, Michael Buckley and Grant West won Class A in 7:48.89, more than two seconds ahead of season leader Fremont. The Tigers also joined the all-time chart at No. 9 with their 7:51.16.

Fremont’s girls set a school record in the 3,200 relay as Taylor McCabe, Avery Decker, Myia Johnson and Elli Dahl won in 9:24.53. Dahl followed by outkicking Lindsey Blehm of Lincoln Southwest for the 3,200 gold.

Ajack Waikur of Class B Lexington matched Dahl’s double gold opening day. The senior won the high jump at 6-8 and the triple jump at 48-2¾.

Omaha Marian sophomore Lauren Harris entered the all-time girls 400 chart at No. 10 with her prelim time of 55.93.

Husker recruit Kevin Shubert of Millard North repeated as Class A boys shot put champion at 62-3¾. Madison Smith of Lexington was girls gold medalist in the long jump at 19-1. Tyler Boyle of Lincoln Southwest was the boys 3,200 gold medalist.

The meet started on schedule at 9 a.m. despite early-morning thundershowers. One lightning flash was seen east of the stadium at 8:15 a.m. but warmups continued.

A malfunctioning timing system became a sticky situation for the meet early in the afternoon session for Classes B and D. After three aborted starts and a fourth stoppage for incidental contact in the Class B girls 3,200 relay, the relay teams were sent off the track to rest and the Class B boys 3,200 relay went to the blocks.

Jay Bellar, the NSAA’s new executive director, said the starter’s gun wasn’t syncing with the timing system. Results for the 3,200 relay, and the preliminaries for the high hurdles and 100 meters, were shown in tenths of a second.

The meet then stopped for more than 20 minutes. Meet Director Nate Neuhaus of the NSAA said during the delay that it seemed like the meet was being rushed along to make up for time “and we want to make sure everything is being done correctly.”

The unplanned break let the timing crew go to backup cameras to obtain electronic times for some of the affected events.

A technicality gets in Dylan Kautz’s way of replacing his own state record

A technicality was all that kept Dylan Kautz from replacing his own state record.

The Norfolk Catholic senior would have bettered his Class C 100-meter record when he sprinted down the front stretch in 10.63 seconds Friday after he ran a 10.70 a year ago. It was the fastest qualifying time to reach the Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. final.

“I’m happy with it,” Kautz said. “I got into the finals tomorrow, and that’s all you can ask for.”

But a reading of 2.4 meters on the wind gauge — NFHS regulations require a reading below 2.0 — meant it won’t count for a state record. And the next two class prelims that followed were well below 2.0.

The wind struck again a few hours later for Kautz in the 200 preliminaries. He won his heat in 21.77 seconds, the fastest qualifying time that appeared to break the previous state and meet record of 21.78 set in 2001 by Fort Calhoun’s Cole Biodrowski. But the wind gauge was at 2.3.

Also for the Knights, senior Ethan Piper — a Husker football recruit — took home a runner-up finish in the shot put. His best throw came in at 55 feet, 3 ½ inches.

Kautz also holds a record in football, with the 11-man mark of 7,580 rushing yards in four seasons. As a senior, he rushed for 2,737 yards and scored 47 touchdowns — 45 on the ground — in 13 games. Already a three-time state champion in the 100 and 200, Kautz took Friday’s news in stride.

“There’s nothing you can do about it,” he said. “Just gotta let it go past and focus on your next race.”

In the next breath, he emphasized what needed to come next.

“If you don’t focus, you don’t perform well,” he said.

A refreshing addition

A new option for state track fans to get refreshments during the competition was unveiled Friday.

Cold bottles of water and soda were being hawked by vendors in the seats on the west side of Burke Stadium.

For the first time since the meet has been at Burke, fans didn’t have to leave their seats to get a beverage.

Making most of shot at state

When Pleasanton’s Riley Racicky threw 44 feet in the shot put at the first meet this year, he thought his hopes of winning a gold medal at state were a pipe dream.

Friday, his pipes delivered a throw of 53 feet, 2½ inches — good enough for the Class D gold.

“I’m pretty excited. I don’t think anybody (from Pleasanton) has won a gold medal down here that I know of. I could be wrong about that,” he said. “It feels pretty good being the first I know about, and if I’m not the first, I feel great about myself for throwing that.”

Pleasanton coach Randy Bauer said Racicky is not the first, but he can be forgiven for not knowing that. No Bulldog has brought home a gold medal since 1968, a gap of 51 years.

He almost needed to provide it to meet officials as proof because a typographical error put Racicky in 13th place with a 43-foot throw.

“They had it messed up. I was freaking out about that,” Racicky said.

Spectator participation

The final equipment-related delay came before the Class D girls 200-meter prelims. It lasted 18 minutes, but during the final hiatus someone started piping music through the Burke Stadium speakers.

When Jefferson Starship’s “Jane,” a 1979 song, began to play, fans in the east stands broke out their cellphones, turned on their flashlights and began waving them back-and-forth, concert style.

Fans in the west stands soon followed, and Burke Stadium was lit a bit brighter for five minutes. No butane lighters, which is what was used at Starship and other concerts four decades ago.

Friday’s results from the Nebraska high school state track and field meet.

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Class A

BOYS

Team scoring

Lincoln Southwest 30, Fremont 28, Lincoln Southeast 23, Grand Island 22, Lincoln North Star 17, Millard West 15, Millard North 15, Omaha Creighton Prep 13, Lincoln High 13, Elkhorn South 11, Omaha North 8, Papillion-LV 8, North Platte 7, Gretna 6, Norfolk 6, Lincoln East 5, Kearney 3, Omaha Central 2, Bellevue West 1, Papillion-LV South 1.

FINALS

Shot put: 1, Kevin Shubert, Millard North, 62-3¾. 2, Tristan Gray, Om. North, 58-10½. 3, Elliott Purdy, North Platte, 56-4. 4, Tyler Brown, Lincoln East, 55-2¼. 5, Michael Terrano, Lincoln High, 54-4½. 6, Alex Herman, PLV, 54-2½. 7, Tate Moeller, Fremont, 53-½. 8, Spencer Fitz, Fremont, 50-8¼.

High jump: 1, Reid Nelson, Elkhorn South, 6-7. 2, Ross McMahon, Fremont, 6-7. 3, Trevor Marshall, Gretna, 6-6. 4, Taveon Thompson, Lincoln SE, 6-5. 5, Jesse Lewis, Lincoln SW, 6-2. 6, Alek Abels, Papillion-LV, 6-2. 7, Aidan Berggren, Millard West, 6-2. 8, Brian Kardell, Elkhorn South, 6-2.

Triple jump: 1, Lewis, Lincoln SW, 45-3¼. 2, Marshall Austin, Lincoln North Star, 44-7½. 3, Connor Clayton, Norfolk, 43-7½. 4, Mason Jung, Millard North, 43-2¾. 5, Passmore Mudundulu, Lincoln High, 43-1½. 6, Xzavier Reed, Prep, 42-11. 7, Zendrick O’Neal, Lincoln SE, 42-¾. 8, Kaden Ross, North Platte, 42-¾.

Pole vault: 1, Skyler Peterson, Lincoln SE, 15-6¼. 2, Levi Hesman, Grand Island, 14-8. 3, Brady Koolen, Lincoln SE, 14-4. 4, Kyle Sextro, Grand Island, 14-0. 5, Mark Mendoza, Fremont, 14-0. 6, Carson Cahoy, Grand Island, 14-0. 7, Mitchell Klassen, Papillion-LV, 13-6. 8, Gannon Spahn, Bellevue West, 13-6.

3,200: 1, Tyler Boyle, Lincoln SW, 9:37.52. 2, Liem Chot, North Star, 9:39.15. 3, Mason McDonald, Millard West, 9:39.71. 4, Jose Gonzalez, Fremont, 9:45.42. 5, Adam Murphy, Mill. West, 9:48.12. 6, Connor Hayes, Mill. West, 9:50.38. 7, Trevor Acton, Lincoln SW, 9:50.46. 8, Dillon Mcneill, Papillion-LV South, 9:54.02.

3,200 relay: 1, Prep (Leo Burns, Luke Dickas, Michael Buckley, Grant West), 7:48.89. 2, Fremont, 7:51.16. 3, Grand Island, 7:56.04. 4, Lincoln High, 8:00.22. 5, Lincoln Southwest, 8:04.01. 6, Kearney, 8:04.08. 7, Omaha Central, 8:06.61. 8, Lincoln North Star, 8:09.07

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Frank Allen, Papilillion-La Vista, 10.94. 2q, Christopher Ramsey, Omaha North, 11.07. Heat 2: 1q, Miko Maessner, Kearney, 10.82. 2q, Devon Jackson, Omaha Burke, 10.96. 3q, Aveon Barnes, Omaha North, 11.06. Heat 3: 1q, Noah Strako, Prep, 10.88. 2q, Chase Perchal, Millard South, 10.99. 3q, Michael McClanahan, Papillion-La Vista South, 11.01.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Miko Maessner, Kearney, 21.93. 2q, Noah Strako, Prep, 22.43. 3q, Zachary Jarosz, Lincoln Southwest, 22.56. 4q, Xzavier Reed, Prep, 22.72. Heat 2: 1q, Michael Mcclanahan, Papio South, 22.26. 2q, Bradyn Pogue, Papio South, 22.61. Heat 3: 1q, Kymani Sterling, North Platte, 22.51. 2q, TaeVyn Grixby, Lincoln Southwest, 22.74.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Wesley Ferguson, Fremont, 49.09. 2q, Kymani Sterling, North Platte, 49.42. 3q, Kaedyn Odermann, Millard West, 50.38. Heat 2: 1q, Lucas Arps, Fremont, 49.90. 2q, Leeaaron Berks, Lincoln High, 49.94. 3q, Mason Suey, Elkhorn South, 50.24. Heat 3: 1q, Gabriel Anderson, Millard West, 50.37. 2q, DShaun Samuels, Omaha North, 50.47.

110 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Darius Luff, Lincoln High, 13.85. 2q, Jerome Houston, Bellevue West, 14.64. 3q, Myles Thompson, Burke, 14.83. Heat 2: 1q, KeVonta Thompson, Omaha North, 14.56. 2q, Noah Strako, Prep, 14.62. Heat 3: 1q, Nicholas Stoeckle, Columbus, 14.65. 2q, Lyndon Harrison, Burke, 14.88. 3q, Austin Jablonski, Lincoln Pius X, 14.90.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Darius Luff, Lincoln High, 40.29. Heat 2: 1q, Nicholas Stoeckle, Columbus, 38.75. 2q, Cameron Kleinschmidt, Lincoln High, 39.28. 3q, Cale Masters, Kearney, 40.10. 4q, Jerome Houston, Bellevue West, 40.32. 5q, Lyndon Harrison, Burke, 40.33. Heat 3: 1q, KeVonta Thompson, Omaha North, 39.55. 2q, Isaiah Winston, Lincoln High, 40.02.

GIRLS

Team scoring

Fremont 23, Lincoln Southwest 16, Millard West 14, Lincoln East 12, Kearney 12, Elkhorn South 10, Bellevue East 10, Omaha Benson 8, Papillion-LV 8, Lincoln Pius X 8, Lincoln Northeast 6, Millard North 6, Papillion-La Vista South 5, Lincoln Southeast 5, Bellevue West 5, Elkhorn 4, Grand Island 3, Omaha Central 1.

FINALS

Discus: 1, Eliana Akough, Elkhorn South, 141-0. 2, Jordan Mcdonald, Papillion-LV, 128-9. 3, Macy Fuller, Kearney, 122-2. 4, Lauren Richter, Millard West, 118-8. 5, Alexandra Lee, Bellevue West, 117-6. 6, Kamdyn Barrientos, Grand Island, 110-10. 7, Ryleigh Warren, Millard West, 107-6. 8, Jhanna McCullough, Lincoln SE, 106-11.

Long jump:. 1, Nebtom N’Da, Bellevue East, 18-7¼. 2, Katelyn Thompson, Lincoln SW, 18-6. 3, Kiana Estima, Benson, 17-11¼. 4, Lindsay Adams, Millard West, 17-10¾. 5, Sandra Leybold, Lincoln SE, 17-9½. 6, Abigail Hastings, Pius X, 17-6¾. 7, Quinesha Lockett, Benson, 17-5. 8, Sierra Hiatt, Bellevue West, 17-4.

3,200: 1, Elli Dahl, Fremont, 11:13½. 2, Lindsey Blehm, Lincoln SW, 11:13.53. 3, Hannah Ray, Lincoln NE, 11:17.87. 4, Kaylie Crews, Papio South, 11:20.51. 5, Abigail Schmidt, Lincoln East, 11:25.45. 6, Mara Hemmer, Fremont, 11:26.76. 7, Hannah Godwin, Kearney, 11:33.86. 8, Grace Bonsall, Kearney, 11:35.60.

3,200 relay: 1, Fremont (Taylor McCabe, Avery Decker, Myia Johnson, Elli Dahl), 9:24.53. 2, Lincoln East, 9:28.40. 3, Millard North, 9:41.82. 4, Lincoln Pius X, 9:47.33. 5, Elkhorn, 9:48.45. 6, Kearney, 9:49.15. 7, Millard West, 9:53.60. 8, Omaha Central, 9:55.09.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Katelyn Thompson, Lincoln SW, 12.23. 2q, Sammie Scarlett, Kearney, 12.38. 3q, Lexie Gilbert, Elkhorn, 12.49. Heat 2: 1q, Nina Cuevas, Papillion-La Vista South, 12.27. 2q, Kate Dilsaver, Lincoln Southwest, 12.29. Heat 3: 1q, Alahna Davis, Central, 12.35. 2q, Courtney Robinson, Burke, 12.40. 3q, Jayda Starks, Burke, 12.56.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Tate Norblade, Papio South, 25.63. 2q, Sammie Scarlett, Kearney, 25.66. Heat 2: 1q, Kate Dilsaver, Lincoln SW, 25.06. 2q, Lauren Harris, Marian, 25.36. Heat 3: 1q, Courtney Robinson, Burke, 25.51. 2q, Sadie Millard, Millard West, 25.66. 3q, Ebone Stingley, Omaha North, 25.75. 4q, Elly Hartter, Lincoln East, 25.78.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Kate Dilsaver, Lincoln SW, 58.18. 2q, Elly Hartter, Lincoln East, 58.71. 3q, Emma Nyffeler, Millard West, 59.39. Heat 2: 1q, Lauren Harris, Marian, 55.93. 2q, Tate Norblade, Papio South, 58.51.Heat 3: 1q, Sadie Millard, Millard West, 57.39. 2q, Allison Louthan, Millard North, 58.02. 3q, Lucy Dillon, Fremont, 59.32.

100 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Nisa Thomas, Omaha North, 14.89. 2q, Lindsay Adams, Millard West, 15.46. 3q, Addison Webster, Gretna, 15.55. Heat 2: 1q, Daniella Gbetanou, Northwest, 14.81. 2q, McKenzie Steiner, Lincoln SW, 15.42. Heat 3: 1q, Elle Dahlgren, Kearney, 14.95. 2q, Kylie Johnson, Lincoln East, 15.39. 3q, Sekiya Simmons, Papio South, 15.82.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Nisa Thomas, Omaha North, 45.86. 2q, Lindsay Adams, Millard West, 47.48. 3q, Amaya Williams, Norfolk, 47.93. Heat 2: 1q, Elle Dahlgren, Kearney, 45.53. 2q, Olivia Sattlefield, Papio South, 46.00. Heat 3: 1q, McKenzie Steiner, Lincoln SW, 46.67. 2q, Jadyn Makovicka, Gretna, 47.70. 3q, Kylie Johnson, Lincoln East, 47.75.

Class B

BOYS

Team scoring

Lexington 36, McCook 24, Minden 18, Crete 18, Hastings 16, Omaha Skutt Catholic 12, York 10, Norris 7, Bennington 6, Boone Central/Newman Grove 6, Beatrice 6, Ralston 5, Sidney 5, Seward 4, South Sioux City 3, Pierce 3, Gering 3, Ashland-Greenwood 3, Omaha Gross Catholic 3, Wahoo 2, Elkhorn MM 2, Arlington 1, Scottsbluff 1, Platteview 1

FINALS

3,200: 1, Aidan Wheelock, Minden, 9:44.57. 2, Alexis Hernandez, Lexington, 9:49.06. 3, Jaydon Welsh, Hastings, 9:49.68. 4, Collin Brauer, Sidney, 9:58.51. 5, Jeb Lucas, York, 10:02.09. 6, Benjamin Larsen, Gross, 10:04.95. 7, Zachary Van Brocklin, Norris, 10:07.55. 8, Dean Erdkamp, York, 10:11.42.

3,200 relay: 1, Skutt (Jackson Witcofski, Cole Mingo, Thomas Baumert, Blake Manternach), 8:20.1. 2, Minden, 8:26.0. 3, Bennington, 8:28.0. 4, Ralston, 8:29.8. 5, Hastings, 8:30.2. 6, South Sioux City, 8:30.3. 7, McCook, 8:31.5. 8, Arlington, 8:32.2.

Shot put: 1, Colin Giron, McCook, 55-6¼. 2, DJ Gross, McCook, 54-10½. 3, Jonathan Merten, Boone Central/NG, 53-¾. 4, Garrett Snodgrass, York, 52-4½. 5, Jaedon Lothrop, Crete, 51-8¾. 6, Bryce Kitrell, Ashland-GW 51-2. 7, Brandon Swahn, Wahoo, 50-9¼. 8, Jacob Nelson, Platteview, 50-1½.

High jump: 1, Ajack Waikur, Lexington, 6-8. 2, Carter Reckling, Crete, 6-7. 3, Diego Rodriguez, Beatrice, 6-6. 4, Matthew Medill, Norris, 6-5. 5, Mark Arp, McCook, 6-4. 6, Kolton Ebbers, Gering, 6-4. 7, Clifford Roepke, Mount Michael, 6-4. 8, Conner McCracken, Scottsbluff, 6-2.

Triple jump: 1, Ajack Waikur, Lexington, 48-2¾. 2, Tim Nyinguan, Lexington, 45-10¼. 3, Pike Osborne, Hastings, 45-2½. 4, Trevor Malone, Crete, 44-11½. 5, Gabriel Knisley, Seward, 44-7¼. 6, Gavin Larson, Pierce, 44-7. 7, Emmett Hassenstab, Skutt, 43-11¼. 8, Vincent Lauenroth, Crete, 43-10¼.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Ashton Hausmann, Norris, 10.84. 2q, Bryce Kitrell, Ashland-GWreenwood, 10.97. Heat 2: 1q, Morgan Fawver, McCook, 10.91. Heat 3: 1q, Davon Brees, Seward, 10.68. 2q, Chris Busby, Scottsbluff, 10.74. 3q, Cade Lewis, Sidney, 10.79. 4q, Zack Marshall, Fort Calhoun, 10.90. 5q, Jarod Epperson, Skutt, 11.04.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Ashton Hausmann, Norris, 22.38. 2q, Cade Lewis, Sidney, 22.65. 3q, Ben Haggar, Fort Calhoun, 22.80. Heat 2: 1q, Zack Marshall, Fort Calhoun, 22.20. 2q, Davon Brees, Seward, 22.22. 3q, Baily Darnell, Auburn, 22.80. Heat 3: 1q, Jake Unger, Bishop Neumann, 22.51. 2q, Bryce Kitrell, Ashland-Greenwood, 22.56.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Tim Nyinguan, Lexington, 48.68. Heat 2: 1q, Trent Lockard, Lincoln Christian, 49.53. 2q, William Rice, Gross, 50.14. 3q, David Lilly, Neumann, 50.23. 4q, Jacob Haggar, Fort Calhoun, 50.55. Heat 3: 1q, Ben Haggar, Fort Calhoun, 50.15. 2q, Josh Reed, Boys Town, 50.39. 3q, Trent Weatherwax, Waverly, 50.41.

110 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Zachary Turner, Crete, 14.73. 2q, Luke Rohrer, Scottsbluff, 14.98. 3q, Mason Nieman, Waverly, 15.35. Heat 2: 1q, Marshall Chasek, Minden, 14.73. 2q, Colby Lefferdink, Syracuse, 15.03. Heat 3: 1q, Baily Darnell, Auburn, 15.04. 2q, Elijah Vedral, Bishop Neumann, 15.19. 3q, Conor McDonnell, Ralston, 15.342.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, David Lilly, Neumann, 40.69. 2q, Luke Rohrer, Scottsbluff, 40.91. Heat 2: 1q, Reece Foreman, Seward, 40.20. 2q, Marshall Chasek, Minden, 40.25. 3q, Zach Fye, Crete, 40.43. 4q, Gabriel Sehnert, McCook, 40.46. Heat 3: 1q, Eli Vedral, Neumann, 40.30. 2q, Ajack Waikur, Lexington, 40.38.

GIRLS

Team scoring

Holdrege 16.5, Fort Calhoun 15, Wahoo 14, Platteview 14, Aurora 13.5, Lexington 13, Syracuse 12, Boone Central/Newman Grove 10, South Sioux City 10, Cozad 10, Arlington 8, Bishop Neumann 6, York 6, Beatrice 5, Scottsbluff 5, Raymond Central 5, Waverly 5, West Point-Beemer 4, Plattsmouth 4, Ralston 4, Ogallala 3, Mitchell 3, Seward 2, Crete 2, Omaha Skutt 1, O’Neill 1, Pierce 1, McCook 1, Wayne 0.5, Sidney 0.5

FINALS

3,200: 1, Taya Skelton, Fort Calhoun, 11:57.20. 2, Jordan Soto-Stopak, Boone Central/NG, 11:58.20. 3, Madison Nash, Platteview, 12:02.41. 4, Avery McKennan, Fort Calhoun, 12:03.53. 5, Maddie Portwine, York, 12:05.87. 6, Regan Hodsden, Mitchell, 12:09.78. 7, Keegan Beisel, Seward, 12:10.58. 8, Jaedan Bunda, Skutt, 12:15.43.

3,200 relay: 1, Wahoo (Jaclyn Schnakenberg, Lauren Kavan, Zoe Christenson, Kendal Brigham), 10:06.9. 2, Aurora, 10:12.2. 3, Neumann, 10:13.8. 4, Beatrice, 10:14.7. 5, Plattsmouth, 10:17.1. 6, Holdrege, 10:18.5. 7, Boone Central/NG, 10:24.6. 8, Pierce, 10:25.5.

Discus: 1, Nyabuay Diew, South Sioux City, 144-0. 2, Mildred Young, Arlington, 141-5. 3, Meredith Clark, Syracuse, 135-1. 4, Tyza Hoos, Waverly, 134-3. 5, Kendra Paasch, West Point-Beemer, 130-10. 6, Madison Sutton, Lexington, 130-4. 7, Morgan Maly, Crete, 126-10. 8, Jayceea Hanson, McCook, 123-4.

Long jump: 1, Madison Smith, Lexington, 19-1. 2, Carrie Simonson, Platteview, 18-6. 3, Lauren Meyer, Syracuse, 18-2½. 4, Grace Mueller, Raymond Central, 17-6½. 5, Natalya Wells, Ralston, 16-6½. 6, Mariyah Avila, Scottsbluff, 16-5¾. 7, Brynn Hirschfeld, York, 16-5½. 8, Meg Schluns, O’Neill, 16-2½.

Pole vault: 1, Megan Burkholder, Cozad, 11-3. 2, Samantha Schemper, Holdrege, 10-6. 3t, Cassidy Knust, Aurora, 10-6. 3t, Sierra Schemper, Holdrege, 10-6. 5, Kylee Edmonds, Wahoo, 10-6. 6, Kaylee Wach, Ogallala, 10-0. 7, Beretta Coats, Scottsbluff, 10-0. 8t, Maysn Dorey, Wayne, 10-0. 8t, Mj Johnstone, Sidney, 10-0.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Madison Smith, Lexington, 12.21. 2q, Morgan Mahoney, Beatrice, 12.64. 3q, Kaylee Crosby, Aurora, 12.743. Heat 2: 1q, Carrie Simonson, Platteview, 12.16. 2q, Mackenzie Roy, Norris, 12.39. Heat 3: 1q, Michaela Bartels, Bennington, 12.292. 2q, Sydni Schernikau, Waverly, 12.298. 3q, Bella Hogue, Conestoga, 12.72.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Madison Smith, Lexington, 25.62. 2q, Bella Hogue, Conestoga, 26.12. Heat 2: 1q, Carrie Simonson, Platteview, 25.32. 2q, Jamie Pierce, West Point-Beemer, 26.20. 3q, Anna Koehler, Platteview, 26.29. Heat 3: 1q, Michaela Bartels, Bennington, 25.40. 2q, Sydni Schernikau, Waverly, 25.48. 3q, Aubree Cress, Hastings, 26.10.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Madison Smith, Lexington, 58.86. 2q, Olivia Reed, Chadron, 1:00.20.Heat 2: 1q, Kyla Carlson, Aurora, 59.76. 2q, Hannah Anderson, Gothenburg, 59.88. 3q, Kali Jurgensmeier, Neumann, 1:00.31. Heat 3: 1q, Michaela Bartels, Bennington, 58.31. 2q, Bella Hogue, Conestoga, 59.14. 3q, Lauren Meyer, Syracuse, 59.56.

100 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Megan Hansen, South Sioux City, 14.9. 2q, Maggie Brahmer, Pierce, 15.4. 3q, Abigail Clarke, Waverly, 15.4. Heat 2: 1q, Teri Zanker, Platteview, 15.1. Heat 3: 1q, Anna Vedral, Neumann, 15.0. 2q, Caitlyn Scott, Adams Central, 15.1. 3q, Tristian Kinsey, Aurora, 15.3. 4q, Kailynn Gubbels, Arlington, 15.4.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Natalya Wells, Ralston, 46.13. 2q, Jaedy Commins, Ogallala, 46.31. 3q, Lindsay Schauda, Broken Bow, 47.49. Heat 2: 1q, Abigail Clarke, Waverly, 45.26. Heat 3: 1q, Teri Zanker, Platteview, 46.64. 2q, Dacey Sealey, Hastings, 46.85. 3q, Hannah Hatzenbuehler, Ashland-Greenwood, 47.09. 4q, Grace Damme, Syracuse, 47.67.

Class C

BOYS

Team scoring

Team scoring: West Holt 26, Kearney Catholic 20, Norfolk Catholic 12, Malcolm 11, BRLD 10, Ainsworth 10, Wisner-Pilger 10, Louisville 10, Freeman 10, Blue Hill 10, David City Aquinas Catholic 9, Boyd County 6, St. Paul 6, Crofton 6, Fremont Bergan 5, Grand Island CC 5, Wakefield 5, Thayer Central 4, Battle Creek 4, Hartington Cedar Catholic 3, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 3, Stanton 2, Wilber-Clatonia 2, Kimball 2, Fullerton 1, Ravenna 1, Valentine 1, South Loup 1.

FINALS

Shot put: 1, Nick Ronnfeldt, BRLD, 58-1¾. 2, Ethan Piper, Norfolk Catholic, 55-3½. 3, Chase Snyder, Boyd County, 53-10¼. 4, Trey Colling, Kearney Catholic, 51-1¼. 5, Jalen Robinson, Norfolk Catholic, 50-3½. 6, Sam Clinch, Kearney Catholic, 50-3. 7, Ben Wilke, Stanton, 50-0. 8, Israel Gardea, Wakefield, 48-7.

High jump: 1, Dylan Kneifl, Wisner-Pilger, 6-6. 2, Wyatt Loga, Malcolm, 6-5. 3, Heinrich Haarberg, Kearney Catholic, 6-4. 4, Kyle Napier, Aquinas, 6-2. 5, Landon Olson, Battle Creek, 6-2. 6, Cody Babl, Laurel-CC, 6-0. 7, Brady Kilgore, Kimball, 6-0. 8, Trey Mieth, Ravenna, 6-0.

Triple jump: 1, Jordan Tasler, West Holt, 42-11¾. 2, Ben Thiele, West Holt, 41-10½. 3, Dalton Schmitt, Kearney Catholic, 41-8½. 4, Shea Gossett, Bergan, 41-7¾. 5, Solomon Peitz, Wakefield, 41-5. 6, Isaac Herbek, GICC 41-4¼. 7, John Himmelberg, Blue Hill, 40-11. 8, Kenneth Shelbourn, Valentine, 40-6¼.

3,200: 1, Ben Arens, Ainsworth, 9:53.97. 2, Colby Karr, Blue Hill, 10:05.12. 3, Connor Arens, Crofton, 10:13.40. 4, Talon Ball, Louisville, 10:16.86. 5, Payton Davis, Aquinas, 10:16.93. 6, John Boesen, Malcolm, 10:18.71. 7, Zach Cloud, GICC, 10:22.11. 8, Cooper Taylor, South Loup, 10:23.95.

3,200 relay: 1, Freeman (Holden Ruse, Garrett Lenners, Kaleb Unvert, Logan Anderson), 8:15.51. 2, West Holt, 8:15.61. 4, Louisville, 8:20.90. 5, Thayer Central, 8:23.10. 6, Hartington CC, 8:26.95. 7, Wilber-Clatonia, 8:27.06. 8, Fullerton, 8:27.98.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, 10.63. 2q, Koa McIntyre, Bergan, 11.06. 3q, Colby Sugden, Freeman, 11.17. 4q, Kadin Vrbas, Chase County, 11.24. Heat 2: 1q, Carter Bornemeier, Elmwood-Murdock, 11.14. 2q, Samuel Buckingham, North Bend, 11.16. Heat 3: 1q, Heinrich Haarberg, Kearney Catholic, 11.13. 2q, Chris Vincent, Doniphan-Trumbull, 11.17.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, 21.77. 2q, Joseph Howser, North Bend, 22.91. 3q, Kadin Vrbas, Chase County, 22.96. Heat 2: 1q, Carter Bornemeier, Elmwood-Murdock, 22.60. 2q, Koa McIntyre, Bergan, 22.70.

Heat 3: 1q, Chris Vincent, Doniphan-Trumbull, 22.66. 2q, Heinrich Haarberg, Kearney Catholic, 22.74. 3q, Colby Sugden, Freeman, 22.97. 400: Heat 1: 1q, Brentyn Wetovick, Fullerton, 50.00. 2q, Jacob Meyer, Lincoln Lutheran, 51.07. 3q, Brayton Johnson, GICC, 51.31. 4 Heat 2: 1q, Joseph Howser, North Bend, 50.44. 2q, Clayton Denker, David City, 51.47. 3Heat 3: 1q, Noah LHeureux, Lincoln Lutheran, 50.87. 2q, Koa McIntyre, Bergan, 51.10. 3q, Mason Schleis, Shelby-Rising City, 51.38.

110 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Jack Drahota, Ravenna, 14.63. 2q, Brady Kilgore, Kimball, 15.29. 3q, Mason Zimmerman, Wilber-Clatonia, 15.86. Heat 2: 1q, Kyle Baumert, Sutton, 15.30. 2q, Phillip Price, Thayer Central, 15.69. 3q, Noah Hass, Guardian Angels Central Catholic, 15.72. Heat 3: 1q, Mason Prososki, Twin River, 15.36. 2q, Arthur Pille, Oakland-Craig, 15.58.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Jack Drahota, Ravenna, 40.22. 2q, Sam Bock, Omaha Brownell Talbot, 42.20. 3q, Jaden Quinn, Southern Valley, 42.71. Heat 2: 1q, Mason Prososki, Twin River, 40.51. 2q, Arthur Pille, Oakland-Craig, 42.25. Heat 3: 1q, Adam Baker, Superior, 41.39. 2q, Brady Kilgore, Kimball, 42.21. 3q, Andrew Meyer, Elmwood-Murdock, 42.32.

GIRLS

Team scoring

Superior 20, Lincoln Lutheran 18, Hastings St. Cecilia 16, David City Aquinas 16, Battle Creek 15, Chase County 13, Malcolm 11, Johnson County 10, Burwell 8, St. Paul 8, Howells-Dodge 6, Freeman 6, Emerson-Hubbard-Pender 6, Kearney Catholic 6, Heartland 5, Yutan 5, Blue Hill 4, Nebraska Christian 4, Wisner-Pilger 4, Tri County 3, Thayer Central 2.5, North Bend 2.5, Fremont Bergan 2, Centura 2, Ainsworth 2,

FINALS

Discus: 1, Kalynn Meyer, Superior, 176-8 (state meet record). 2, Tori Thomas, Hastings SC, 147-4. 3, Erin Prusa, Howells-Dodge, 137-3. 4, Emma Lloyd, Yutan, 132-1. 5, Shayla Meyer, Superior, 130-10. 6, Lexi Vertin, Hastings St. Cecilia, 130-3. 7, Erin Painter, Ainsworth, 126-2. 8, MacKenna Witte, Malcolm, 126-2.

Long jump: 1, Makenna Taake, Battle Creek, 17-9½. 2, Hope Leimbach, Lincoln Lutheran, 17-4¾. 3, Trisha Hayes, Superior, 16-9¾. 4, Renee Brummels, Battle Creek, 16-9½. 5, Lindsey Kneifl, Wisner-Pilger, 16-6. 6, Grace Langemeier, Nebraska Christian, 16-5¼. 7, Haley Kempf, Bergan, 16-4½. 8, Kayla Lee, Kearney Catholic, 16-4½.

Pole vault: 1, Josie Puelz, Lincoln Lutheran, 12-9. 2, Gabrielle Oborny, Aquinas, 11-2. 3, Hallee Mann, Burwell, 11-2. 4, Olivia Casper, Heartland, 10-10. 5, Bridget Sisco, Aquinas, 10-0. 6t, Julia Knapp, North Bend, 10-0. 6t, Mikenzy Andersen, Thayer Central, 10-0. 8, Laura Carlson, Nebraska Christian, 10-0.

3,200: 1, Ashlei McDonald, Johnson County, 11:37.67. 2, Logan Thomas, Malcolm, 11:42.00. 3, Paige Steinman, E-H-P, 11:54.91. 4, Grace Oberg, Kearney Catholic, 11:56.27. 5, Ladelle Hazen, Blue Hill, 12:01.28. 6, Lucy Spady, Chase County, 12:24.84. 7, Micheala Kelley, Burwell, 12:27.80. 8, Reagan Wondercheck, Malcolm, 12:29.06.

3,200 relay: 1, Chase County (Lucy Spady, Madison Brown, Kora Weiss, Mallie McNair), 9:53.90. 2, St. Paul, 10:03.81. 3, Freeman, 10:05.21. 4, Hastings SC, 10:08.81. 5, Aquinas, 10:14.44. 6, Tri County, 10:24.14. 7, Centura, 10:24.89. 8, Malcolm, 10:27.38.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Sara Reifenrath, Hartington CC, 12.20. 2q, Emily Loseke, Clarkson/Leigh, 12.70. Heat 2: 1q, Kayla Lee, Kearney Catholic, 12.51. 2q, Kelly Kohlhof, Lincoln Lutheran, 12.72. 3q, Jadeyn Bubak, South Loup, 12.79. Heat 3: 1q, Ashley Ostrand, E-H-P, 12.58. 2q, Larissa Sellers, Aquinas, 12.72. 3q, Kevona Brown, West Holt, 12.73.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Sara Reifenrath, HCC, 24.72. 2q, Jocelyn Rauert, Wood River, 26.58. Heat 2: 1q, Ashley Ostrand, E-H-P, 25.95. 2q, Nicole Messbarger, Kearney Catholic, 26.04. 3q, Isabella Hilger, Aquinas, 26.65. Heat 3: 1q, Kevona Brown, West Holt, 26.34. 2q, Adelaide Maxwell, Chase County, 26.62. 3q, Jadeyn Bubak, South Loup, 26.67.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Isabella Hilger, Aquinas, 58.36. 2q, Ashley Ostrand, E-H-P, 58.69. 3q, Kate Hirschfeld, Centennial, 1:00.40. 4q, Kevona Brown, West Holt, 1:00.51. Heat 2: 1q, Sara Reifenrath, HCC, 57.19. Heat 3: 1q, Nicole Messbarger, Kearney Catholic, 58.47. 2q, Mallie McNair, Chase County, 59.14. 3q, Eliza Rice, Brownell Talbot, 59.36.

100 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Josie Puelz, Lincoln Lutheran, 15.03. 2q, Lilly Cast, Centennial, 15.95. 3q, Meagan Mackling, Louisville, 16.23. 4q, BriAnna Zohner, Battle Creek, 16.38. Heat 2: 1q, Rylee Rice, Ainsworth, 16.02. 2q, Tristan Larson, Doniphan-Trumbull, 16.21. Heat 3: 1q, Kayla Svoboda, Wisner-Pilger, 15.98. 2q, Renee Brummels, Battle Creek, 16.03.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Josie Puelz, Lincoln Lutheran, 46.00. 2q, Rylee Rice, Ainsworth, 47.80. 3q, Kate Griess, Sutton, 48.07. 4q, Hannah Williams, North Bend, 48.12. Heat 2: 1q, Cydnee Huxtable, Wood River, 46.47. 2q, Samantha Simdorn, Centura, 47.51. 3q, Laura Carlson, Nebraska Christian, 48.16. Heat 3: 1q, Meagan Mackling, Louisville, 45.98.

Class D

BOYS

Team scoring

Team scoring: Axtell 23, North Central 20, Shelton 16, Hartington-Newcastle 14, BDS 14, Perkins County 13, Neligh-Oakdale 11.5, Pleasanton 10, Humphrey St. Francis 10, Sutherland 10, Pawnee City 8, Clearwater-Orchard 8, Lincoln Parkview 8, High Plains 8, Wilcox-Hildreth 7.5, Lawrence-Nelson 6, Nebraska City Lourdes 6, Dundy County-Stratton 5, Minatare 5, Harvard 5, Ansley-Litchfield 4.5, Bertrand 3.5, Randolph 3, Sumner-EM 3, Allen 2, Falls City Sacred Heart 2, Deshler 2, Creek Valley 2, Mullen 1, Osmond 1, Sterling 1, Brady 1, Overton 1,

FINALS

3,200: 1, Lincoln Trent, Axtell, 10:07.74. 2, Rylan Cheney, Shelton, 10:07.97. 3, James Kearney, Lourdes, 10:22.76. 4, Jaden Dietlein, Perkins County, 10:24.80. 5, Brandon Mundorf, North Central, 10:34.08. 6, Cole Belitz, Neligh-Oakdale, 10:35.38. 7, Cooper Reichman, Creek Valley, 10:36.03. 8, Trevor Kuncl, Mullen, 10:40.15.

3,200 relay: 1, North Central (Byron Pfister, Brandon Mundorf, Ben Bruns, Trace Ebert), 8:27.7. 2, Perkins County, 8:32.9. 3, Shelton, 8:34.1. 4, Dundy County-Stratton, 8:44.0. 5, Pawnee City, 8:44.4. 6, Axtell, 8:46.9. 7, Allen, 8:47.3. 8, Osmond, 8:50.9.

Shot put: 1, Riley Racicky, Pleasanton, 53-2½. 2, John Christensen, BDS, 51-6½. 3, Kyle Golay, Lawrence-Nelson, 51-¾. 4, Ephroen Lovato, Minatare, 50-7½. 5, Marcus Gray, Pawnee City, 49-2½. 6, Carson Rohde, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller, 47-10. 7, Branson Darveau, Falls City SH, 47-8¾. 8, Schuyler Brown, Overton, 47-6.

High jump: 1, Trevor Pfeifer, Humphrey St. Francis, 6-6. 2, Julien Hearn, Neligh-Oakdale, 6-6. 3, Lincoln McPhillips, Hartington-Newcastle, 6-4. 4, Jacob Long, Clearwater-Orchard, 6-4. 5, Justin Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 6-2. 6, Logan Page, Parkview Christian, 6-2. 7, Marcus Lauber, Shelton, 6-2. 8, Keaton Backhaus, Randolph, 6-2.

Triple jump: 1, Creighton Kring, Axtell, 46-3¾. 2, Lincoln McPhillips, Hartington-Newcastle, 45-10. 3, Zak Palmer, North Central, 44-¾. 4, Logan Page, Parkview, 43-7½. 5, Sidney Gruwell, Wilcox-Hildreth, 42-9½. 6, Jacob Long, Clearwater-Orchard, 42-9. 7, Keaton Backhaus, Randolph, 42-5. 8, Sam Boldt, Sterling, 42-2½ .

Pole vault: 1, Connor Floyd, Sutherland, 14-2. 2, Jarrett Parsons, High Plains, 13-10. 3, Aaron Mick, BDS, 13-10. 4, Noah Okraska, Harvard, 13-6. 5t, Samuel Maloley, Bertrand, 13-0. 5t, Aaron Jenkins, Wilcox-Hildreth, 13-0. 7, Holden Ruhnke, Deshler, 13-0. 8t, Hunter Arehart, Ansley-Litchfield, 13-0. 8t, Cole Belitz, Neligh-Oakdale, 13-0.

PRELIMINARIES

100: Heat 1: 1q, Dayne Hinrichs, Giltner, 11.08. 2q, Jackson McIntyre, Central Valley, 11.22. Heat 2: 1q, Lincoln McPhillips, Hartington-Newcastle, 11.15. 2q, Matthew Janak, East Butler, 11.32. Heat 3: 1q, Zacob Evans, Elwood, 11.18. 2q, Riley Racicky, Pleasanton, 11.23. 3q, Creighton Kring, Axtell, 11.26. 4q, Noah Carr, Allen, 11.35.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Creighton Kring, Axtell, 22.93. 2q, Zacob Evans, Elwood, 22.94. 3q, Dayne Hinrichs, Giltner, 23.32. Heat 2: 1q, Jackson McIntyre, Central Valley, 22.84. 2q, Bodee Assels, Brady, 23.22. 3q, Houston Marino, Clearwater-Orchard, 23.36. Heat 3: 1q, Matthew Janak, East Butler, 23.08. 2q, Noah Carr, Allen, 23.10.

400: Heat 1: 1q, Osvaldo Cano, Garden County, 51.33. 2q, Tristan Dirks, Sterling, 51.461. 3q, Jamie Stice, Falls City SH, 51.465. Heat 2: 1q, Micah Swedberg, Wallace, 51.40. Heat 3: 1q, Zacob Evans, Elwood, 50.57. 2q, Wyatt Hansen, Kenesaw, 51.31. 3q, Tyler Danburg, Axtell, 51.92. 4q, Caleb Dolbow, Sterling, 52.27.

110 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Shamar Willey, Pawnee City, 15.02. 2q, Lane Bertrand, Axtell, 15.06. 3q, Braedyn Ollendick, Elkhorn Valley, 15.78. Heat 2: 1q, Gage Haake, Sandhills/Thedford, 15.52. 2q, Colton Munger, North Central, 15.66. 3q, Isaac Wahls, Loomis, 15.69. 4q, Braden Kizer, Overton, 15.78. Heat 3: 1q, Brodryk Ienn, Osceola, 15.25.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Lane Bertrand, Axtell, 40.21. 2q, Gage Haake, Sandhills/Thedford, 41.48. Heat 2: 1q, Shamar Willey, Pawnee City, 41.41. 2q, Noah Scott, Randolph, 41.43. 3q, Justin Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 41.64. Heat 3: 1q, Brodryk Ienn, Osceola, 41.00. 2q, Noah Okraska, Harvard, 41.42. 3q, Keaton Backhaus, Randolph, 41.66.

GIRLS

Team scoring

Mullen 12, Giltner 10, Humphrey St. Francis 10, Riverside 10, Elba 10, North Central 9, North Platte St. Patrick’s 9, Wynot 8, McCool Junction 8, Allen 8, Central Valley 8, Plainview 7, Pleasanton 6, Sterling 6, Shelton 5, Dundy County-Stratton 5, Exeter-Milligan 5, CWC 4, Friend 4, O’Neill St. Mary’s 3, Pawnee City 3, Bloomfield 2, Scribner-Snyder 2, Wilcox-Hildreth 1, Neligh-Oakdale 1

FINALS

3,200 relay: 1, Humphrey St. Francis (Tara Foltz, Jalyssa Hastreiter, Sydney Engel, Allison Weidner), 10:07.93. 2, Wynot, 10:20.90. 3, Pleasanton, 10:21.98. 4, North Platte St. Patrick’s, 10:23.61. 5, Giltner, 10:24.01. 6, North Central, 10:30.69. 7, Mullen, 10:33.99. 8, Plainview, 10:34.52.

3,200: 1, Molly Paxton, Mullen, 12:02.40. 2, Madison Gerken, McCool Junction, 12:12.21. 3, Brooke Wilson, Giltner, 12:18.05. 4, Kathleen Juhl, Shelton, 12:22.74. 5, Jade Rickard, Plainview, 12:23.42. 6, Kelsey Folchert, North Platte St. Patrick’s, 12:32.72. 7, Bree Eisenhauer, Bloomfield, 12:33.49. 8, Emma Bixler, Neligh-Oakdale, 12:49.02.

Discus: 1, Kenna Graves, Elba, 118-0. 2, Reilly Young, Central Valley, 117-9. 3, Sierra Udd, North Central, 117-9. 4, Sydney Reichert, Dundy County-Stratton, 116-4. 5, Taylor Peter, CWC, 114-6. 6, Austin Branch, Pawnee City, 114-3. 7, Cailey Stout, Scribner-Snyder, 113-5. 8, Kinsey Skillstad, North Platte St. Patrick’s, 108-1.

Long jump: 1, Alixzandra Bloom, Riverside, 17-7¾. 2, Jordyn Carr, Allen, 17-4¼. 3, Nicole Harms, Sterling, 17-¼. 4, Katherine White, Exeter-Milligan, 16-10¾. 5, Emma Niemeier, Friend, 16-9¼. 6, Abby Everitt, St. Mary’s, 16-9. 7, Caroline Akinnigbagbe, Plainview, 16-6½. 8, Abby Quadhamer, Wilcox-Hildreth, 16-4.

PRELIMINARIES

100 meters: Heat 1: 1q, Nicole Harms, Sterling, 12.58. 2q, Paige Nissen, Wausa, 12.60. 3q, Kyleigh Scott, Hitchcock County, 12.62. Heat 2: 1q, Carlie Collier, Sandhills/Thedford, 12.50. 2q, Alixzandra Bloom, Riverside, 12.51. 3q, Sydney Janzen, Giltner, 12.57. Heat 3: 1q, Alexandra Eisenhauer, Bloomfield, 12.71. 2q, Brianna Fulton, Lourdes, 12.73.

200: Heat 1: 1q, Alixzandra Bloom, Riverside, 26.25. 2q, Sydney Janzen, Giltner, 26.39. Heat 2: 1q, Carlie Collier, Sandhills/Thedford, 26.45. 2q, Abby Everitt, St. Mary’s, 26.75. 3q, Kyleigh Scott, Hitchcock County, 26.78. 4q, Erica Bertrand, Axtell, 26.97. Heat 3: 1q, Paige Nissen, Wausa, 26.55. 2q, Brianna Fulton, Lourdes, 27.00.

400: 1q, Allison Weidner, Humphrey St. Francis, 58.98. 2q, Carli Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 1:00.01. 3q, Tahjzha Botts, Maxwell, 1:02.28. Heat 2: 1q, Erica Bertrand, Axtell, 1:00.50. 2q, Sydney Janzen, Giltner, 1:00.90. 3q, Lainey Werts, St. Edward, 1:01.35. Heat 3: 1q, Hunter Wiebelhaus, North Central, 1:00.47. 2q, Brianna Fulton, Lourdes, 1:00.79.

100 high hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Nicole Harms, Sterling, 15.3. 2q, Katherine White, Exeter-Milligan, 15.6. Heat 2: 1q, Isabelle Harms, Hartington-Newcastle, 15.4. 2q, Caroline Akinnigbagbe, Plainview, 15.4. 3q, Emma Niemeier, Friend, 15.6. 4q, Hannah Preissler, Giltner, 15.9. Heat 3: 1q, Grace Schwarz, Bertrand, 15.1. 2q, Samantha Moore, Mullen, 15.8.

300 hurdles: Heat 1: 1q, Nicole Harms, Sterling, 45.99. 2q, Samantha Moore, Mullen, 47.93. 3q, Emily Swanson, Diller-Odell, 48.28. 4q, Alexandra Eisenhauer, Bloomfield, 48.76. Heat 2: 1q, Amy Richert, Nebraska Lutheran, 47.78. 2q, Taylyn Bauer, South Platte, 48.90. eat 3: 1q, Carli Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 46.52. 2q, Erin Boggs, Bertrand, 48.34.

Western Iowa

Class 4-A

BOYS

Prelims

400 relay: 3, Sioux City East (Kayden Jones, Gabe Wagner, Ray Ray Douglas, Ardell Inlay) 42.16.

Finals

800 relay: 3, Sioux City East (Gabe Wagner, Ray Ray Douglas, Kayden Jones, Ardell Inlay) 1:28.77.

Shot put: 1, Logan Jones, CB Lewis Central, 60-2; 6, Blake Wiederhold, SC East, 53-7¾.

GIRLS

Prelims

100 hurdles: 2, Darby Thomas, CB Abraham Lincoln, 14.41;

Finals

Shot put: 2, Lauren Payne, CB Lewis Central, 41-2¼; 3, Hope Wagner, SC West, 41-1¼.

Long jump: 1, Darby Thomas, CB Abraham Lincoln, 18-11.

Class 3-A

BOYS

Prelims

110 high hurdles: 1, Max Murphy, SB-Luton, 14.76; 9, Austin Freiberg, SB-Luton, 15.30.

400 relay: 6, Sioux City Heelan (Keyontre Clark, Joe Yaneff, Camden Lee, Drew Olson) 43.95.

1,600 relay: 1, Atlantic (Tyler Moen, Colin Mullenix, Zade Niklasen, Chase Mullenix) 3:23.14; 3, Sergeant Bluff-Luton (Zach Shultz, Josh Stangel, Conner Groves, Easton Ritz) 3:24.17; 4, Harlan (Elijah Boldan, Jon Owens, Johnathan Monson, Michael Erlmeier) 3:24.69.

Finals

800 relay: 4, Sergeant Bluff-Luton (Zach Shultz, Sam DeMoss, Josh Stangel, Easton Ritz) 1:30.86; 5, Sioux City Heelan (Drew Olson, Joe Yaneff, Camden Lee, Deonte Walker) 1:31.03; 6, Glenwood (Jack Hughes, Zach Vondra, Silas Bales, Christian Stanislav) 1:32.23; 8, Harlan (Michael Erlmeier, Connor Bruck, Johnathan Monson, Elijah Boldan) 1:32.73.

Distance medley relay: 1, Atlantic (Zade Niklasen, Colin Mullenix, Tyler Moen, Chase Mullenix) 3:31.13; 6, Sergeant Bluff-Luton (Zach Shultz, Sam DeMoss, Conner Groves, Easton Ritz) 3:36.29; 10, Sioux City Heelan (Keyontre Clark, Deonte Walker, RJ Breen, Charlie Saulsbury) 3:39.44.

Long jump: 1, Keyontre Clark, SC Heelan, 21-7¼; 10, Michael Erlmeier, Harlan, 20-1.

Shot put: 5, Caleb Bieker, Harlan, 51-2 ½; 9, Kobe Clayborne, SC Heelan, 50-1.

GIRLS

Prelims

100 hurdles: 8, Elle Scarborough, Glenwood, 15.85.

400 relay: 9, Glenwood (Sadey Allgood, Bailey Ostrander, Jaeda Wilson, Elle Scarborough) 51.21.

1,600 relay: 2, Glenwood (Jaeda Wilson, Abi Schultz, Abby Hughes, Coryl Matheny) 4:02.83; 5, Atlantic (Alyssa Derby, Pluma Pross, Taylor McCreedy, Haley Rasmussen) 4:03.37; 6, Sioux City Heelan (Hannah Hutchinson, Amber Aesoph, Mia Conley, Madison Jochum) 4:03.74; 7, Sergeant Bluff-Luton (Emma Salker, Chloe Black, Maddie Hinkel, Brooklyn Huberty) 4:04.52.

Finals

Distance medley relay: 1, Sioux City Heelan (Hope Sokolowski, Hannah Hutchinson, Madison Jochum, Amber Aesoph) 4:04.86; 7, Atlantic (Taylor Hansen, Alyssa Derby, Haley Rasmussen, Taylor McCreedy) 4:16.53.

800 relay: 4, Glenwood (Sadey Allgood, Bailey Ostrander, Jaeda Wilson, Coryl Matheny) 1:45.72.

400 hurdles: 1, Janette Schraft, Glenwood, 1:03.50; 9, Vanessa Gunderson, Denison-Schleswig, 1:07.40.

Shot put: 3, Kelsey Fields, Creston, 38-3; 6, Sydney Biermann, Glenwood, 37-3¾.

Long jump: 9, Addy Mosier, SB-Luton, 15-8¼; 10, Haley Rasmussen, Atlantic, 15-8.

Class 2-A

BOYS

Prelims

400 relay: 5, OABCIG (Kolton Knop, Cooper DeJean, Easton Harms, Kolton Krajicek) 44.20.

1,600 relay: 5, Underwood (Scott Pearson, Jalen Humphrey, Cal Savin, Brayden Wollan) 3:27.33.

Finals

High jump: 4, Jack Tiarks, Treynor, 6-1; 10, Noah James, Treynor, 6-1.

GIRLS

Prelims

100 hurdles: 6, Roxy Denton, Shenandoah, 15.68.

400 relay: 1, OABCIG (Morgan Godbersen, Anna Winterrowd, Sarah Cotton, Sydney Durbin) 50.83.

1,600 relay: 4, Treynor (Rachel Kinsella, Noel James, Mia Shipley, Megan Carley) 4:06.25; 5, Tri-Center (Lilly Dahir, Amanda Brich, Presley Pogge, Brooklyn Hundt) 4:07.17.

Finals

Distance medley relay: 6, Tri-Center (Tatum McKee, Brooklyn Hundt, Amanda Brich, Peyton Pogge) 4:16.21; 8, Treynor (Maddie Shipley, Chloe Gregory, Rachel Kinsella, Noel James) 4:19.28.

800 relay: 1, Treynor (Rachel Kinsella, Noel James, Mia Shipley, Megan Carley) 1:46.98; 7, OABCIG (Sarah Cotton, Morgan Godbersen, Sydney Durbin, Anna Winterrowd) 1:48.71.

Discus: 7, Haylee Seidler, Underwood, 118-3.

High jump: 7, Sydney Durbin, OABCIG, 5-2.

Class 1-A

BOYS

Prelims

110 high hurdles: 2, Ethan Bernard, CB St. Albert, 14.80

1,600 relay: 2, CB St. Albert (Ethan Bernard, Luke Blaha, Ryan Hughes) 3:25.79; 6, Woodbine (Wyatt Pryor, Brock Leaders, Layne Pryor, Tyler Coberly) 3:27.51; 7, IKM-Manning (Stephen Grimm, Adam Gruhn, Parker Behrens, Alex Lingle) 3:29.28.

Finals

Discus: 1, Layne Pryor, Woodbine, 155-3; 2, Tre Melby, Logan-Magnolia, 154-10; 4, Grant Stracke, IKM-Manning, 149-4; 5, Connor Alley, Fremont-Mills, 148-5; 7, Tallen Myers, Southwest Valley, 141-10.

800 relay: 1, CB St. Albert (Aiden Antisdel, Jack Geier, Luke Blaha, Sam Rallis) 1:31.47; 3, West Monona (Calvin Coffman, Dylan Collison, Noah Farrens, Josh Heather) 1:32.55.

High jump: 2, Keegan Simons, Ar-We-Va, 6-5; 8, Jacob Holste, CAM, 6-1.

400 hurdles: 6, Connor McKee, CAM, 56.29; 10, Layne Pryor, Woodbine, 56.99.

Distance medley relay: 7, CB St. Albert (Aiden Antisdel, Connor Cerny, Ethan Bernard, Ryan Hughes) 3:39.21.

GIRLS

Prelims

100 hurdles: 1, Lexi Shike, Nodaway Valley, 15.56; 3, Olivia Diggins, Logan-Magnolia, 15.96; 8, Holly Hoepner, AHSTW, 16.28.

400 relay: 3, Nodaway Valley (Jena Yonker, Lexi Shike, Reagan Weinheimer, Maddax DeVault) 51.59; 9, Sidney (Jaden Daffer, Olivia Larsen, Ally DeFroment, Maddy Duncan) 51.95.

1,600 relay: 3, West Monona (Tayah Struble, Ariel Rotnicke, Meilla Struble, Mallory McCall) 4:09.69; 6, AHSTW (Holly Hoepner, Talia Welsh, Kelsi Cornejo, Ryann Portch) 4:11.34.

Finals

Discus: 4, Sophie Phillips, Fremont-Mills, 125-0; 7, Kinsey Scheffler, AHSTW, 120-7; 10, Kendra Fichter, Fremont-Mills, 112-5.

Distance medley relay: 7, Logan-Magnolia (Olivia Diggins, Cambria Reisz, Violet Lapke, Kylie Morrison) 4:23.15; 10, Audubon (Katelyn Nielsen, Aleah Hermansen, Abigail Zaiger, Hannah Thygesen) 4:26.74.

800 relay: 7, Nodaway Valley (Jena Yonker, Maddax DeVault, Natalie Yonker, Reagan Weinheimer) 1:49.20.

400 hurdles: 3, Holly Hoepner, AHSTW, 1:05.92; 6, Tara Peterson, Stanton, 1:07.00; 7, Lauren Williams, CB St. Albert, 1:08.28

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