Overton hosted its track and field invite on Tuesday which included area teams such as Ansley/Litchfield, SEM, and Twin Loup. Ansley/Litchfield finished 2nd in the boys team standings behind champion Axtell. SEM was 4th and Twin Loup was 5th in the boys standings. Amherst won the girls team title. Ansley/Litchfield was fourth with 72 points. Twin Loup finished with 35 points and SEM had 29 points.
Among the area highlights, Carli Bailey of Ansley/Litchfield won three individual golds. Bailey won the girls 400 in a time of 1:01.89. Bailey would also win the 100 meter hurdles (16.81) and the 300 meter hurdles (53.26) with teammate Taylor Haines finishing right behind in 2nd in both hurdles events. Chancey Hoblyn of Ansley/Litchfield placed 2nd in the girls discus (92′) and the Ansley/Litchfield girls placed 2nd in the 4×400 meter relay. SEM received a 2nd place finish from Josie Smith in the 3200 meter run in a time of 13:39.95 which was less than a second behind first place. Twin Loup received a 2nd place finish from Alexis Mauler in the girls pole vault (7’6″).
On the boys side, David Lewis of Ansley/Litchfield won the boys 200 in a time of 24.28. The Ansley/Litchfield boys also received winning performances from Hunter Arehart in the pole vault (11’6″), Jeff Cunningham in the triple jump (38’8″), and Kolby Larson in the shot put (39’5″). Ansley/Litchfield also posted the winning time in the boys 4×100 meter relay at 46.88. Jayson Guthard helped lead the SEM boys team by winning the discus with an effort of 123’9″ and Twin Loup was lead by their 4×800 meter relay team as they posted the winning time at 9:37.89.
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