Broken Bow was among the teams that competed Thursday at the B-5 district track and field championships in Aurora. Qwentin Coble of Broken Bow qualified for the state championships next week in Omaha in three events by placing in the top three of both the boys long jump and triple jump as well as the 200 meter dash. Coble qualified for state in the long jump placing third with an effort of 20′ 5.75″ and qualified for state in the triple jump placing third with an effort of 41′ 9″. Coble then placed third in the 200 to qualify for state in a time of 22.98 seconds. Kya Scott qualified for state in the girls high jump. Scott cleared the automatic qualifying height of 5′ 1″ and placed third overall in the event. Scott medaled in the top 6 of the girls shot put placing 5th with an effort of 32′ 10″. Kailyn Scott of Broken Bow qualified for state in the girls 400 meters. Scott placed third to qualify with a time of 1:02.55. MaKinley Tobey qualified for state in the girls 3200 meter run finishing in 2nd place in a time of 12:20.75. Daine Wardyn qualified for state in the boys 3200 based on time. Wardyn placed fifth in the district but his time of 10:23.75 was one of the next six fastest times of the non-qualifiers which sends him to the state meet in Omaha. Brody Ridder medaled in the top 6 of the boys pole vault placing 4th clearing 12′. Kali Staples medaled in the girls mile placing 5th overall in a time of 5:40.84. Anna Lindstrom medaled in the girls 400 placing 6th in a time of 1:03.15. Zane Eggleston medaled in the boys 300 meter hurdles placing 6th in a time of 42.98 seconds.