Broken Bow and Arcadia/Loup City were among the teams that competed at the Howard Schumann / GICC Track Invitational on Tuesday. The Broken Bow girls placed 4th in the girls team standings one point ahead of Arcadia/Loup City which finished 5th. The girls team champion was Hastings St. Cecilia with 100 points. Some of the highlights for the Bow girls included a second place finish by the 4×800 meter relay team (Makinley Tobey, Ryen Haines, Halle McCaslin, Kali Staples). Broken Bow also placed 2nd in the 4×100 meter relay (Kya Scott, Anna Lindstrom, Macey Haines, Ryen Haines). Kya Scott was runner-up in the girls high jump clearing 4’10.25″. Arcadia/Loup City was led by Jessica Stieb who achieved double gold by winning the girls shot put (39’7″) and the girls discus (120’3″).
The Broken Bow boys had a strong day finishing second behind host GICC in the boys team standings. Qwentin Coble was one of the top performers for Broken Bow winning the long jump (20’5 1/2″). Coble placed 2nd in the triple jump (40′ 10 1/2″) and was second in the 100 meter dash in a time of 11.15. Coble would join Cyrus Wells, Zane Eggleston, and Eli Coble to win the boys 4×100 meter relay in a time of 46.16. Other highlights for the Bow boys included a strong showing in the 3200 meter run where Daine Wardyn, Noah Osmond, and Jesse Gallian were 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively. The 4×800 meter relay team (Brock Oeltjen, Jesse Gallian, Noah Osmond, Daine Wardyn) placed 2nd and Brody Ridder was runner-up in the boys pole vault clearing 11′ 10″
For more Broken Bow track results join us on Tuesdays for the Broken Bow track report which airs during the noon sports report on KCNI 1280 AM / 96.3 FM.