Classes B and C State Track and Field Championships Begin Today in Omaha

The 2021 state track and field championships continue today at Burke Stadium in Omaha. After classes D and A completed their championships yesterday, it is now time for classes C and B to take center stage. Class C will be up first this morning with field events starting at 9 a.m. followed by running events starting at 10:30 this morning. Class B will take over the track in the mid afternoon with field events starting at 3 p.m. and running events starting at 4:30. Field events that will take place today include the boys high jump, discus, and long jump along with the girls pole vault, shot put, and triple jump.

Central Nebraska’s Sports Source will be live from Omaha today with reports and updates of area athletes competing today. Live reports can be heard hourly on KBBN 95.3 FM and beginning at 10 a.m.

Below is a list of the athletes that Central Nebraska’s Sports Source will be following during the Class B and C track championships.

Class B

Broken Bow
Kya Scott – High Jump
Kailyn Scott – 400
Daine Wardyn – 3200
MaKinley Tobey – 3200
Qwentin Coble – Triple Jump, Long Jump, 200

Jake Burge – High Jump
Aubrey O’Hare – 100 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles
Parker Graves – 3200
William Anderson – 800
Madison Smith – discus
Annica Harm – shot put
Chiara Richeson – Pole vault
Ashlyn Richeson – pole vault
Girls 4×100
Girls 4×400
Boys 4×400

Jake Lindstedt – high jump
Jaden Vollenweider – discus
Brittney Aitken – 100 and 200
Makaia Baker – 100 and 400
Karen Burkholder – 400
Girls 4×400

Class C
South Loup
Boys 4×800 meter relay (Cache Gracey, Logan Recoy, Silas Cool, Rio Remund)
Girls 4×100 meter relay (Bryn Schwarz, Halie Recoy, Mya Weverka, Jadeyn Bubak)
Drew Vickers – boys 110 meter high hurdles
Jadeyn Bubak – girls 100 meter dash
Halie Recoy – girls 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash
Landyn Cole – girls 3200 meter run
Logan Recoy – boys 1600 meter run
Jake Halstead – boys discus
Reagan Cool – girls pole vault
Abby Stallbaumer – discus

Arcadia/Loup City
Ty Greenland – boys 3200 meter run
Landri Loos – girls 800 meter run
Jessica Stieb – girls discus and shot put
Kaden Reeves – boys pole vault

Boys 4×100 meter relay (Dominic Tolfa, Alexander Gideon, Cash Gurney, Caleb Busch)
Dominic Tolfa – 100 and 200
Caleb Busch – boys 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash
Cash Gurney – boys 200 meter dash
Hans Gideon – boys 300 meter hurdles and 110 meter hurdles
Carter Mann – boys discus and shot put
Levi Bode – boys triple jump
Nikia Williams – girls high jump