South Loup won the girls team title at the Hi-Line track meet in Elwood. South Loup was the girls team champion with 136.2 points and Southwest was a distant 2nd with 60.6 points. Among the highlights, The Lady Bobcats went one and two in both the 100 and 200. Halie Recoy was champion in both followed by Bryn Schwarz who was runner-up in both. South Loup took the top three spots in the mile. Ivy Tullis was first followed by Tallianna Martin in 2nd and Ella Cool was third. South Loup swept the relays winning the 4×100, 4×400, and 4×800. Abby Stallbaumer won the girls discus with an effort of 117’5″. Reagan Cool won the pole vault clearing 9’6″. On the boys side, South Loup finished third in the team standings. The Bobcats went first and second in the 800. Cache Gracey was first and Silas Cool was runner-up. South Loup was first in second in the mile with Logan Recoy champion and Trey Connell was runner-up. The Bobcats won the 4×800 in a time of 8:51.63. South Loup won the combined team trophy.
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Anselmo-Merna was among the teams that competed at the Buffalo Bill Track Invite on Friday. AM went up against the likes of Kearney, North Platte, Scottsbluff, Hastings, and Gering. Among the highlights for the Coyotes, Carlee Bartak was the runner-up in the girls 400 in a time of 1:07.86. Other top six finishes for the AM girls included: Haley Wells 5th in the girls 3200, Makenna Miller 4th in the 300 meter hurdles, 6th in the 4×100, 3rd in the 4×400. On the boys side, Wyat Lambertson was runner-up in the boys long jump with an effort of 20’10.5″ and was third in the triple jump. Cass McGinn was third in the 110 meter hurdles and was third in the 300 meter hurdles. AM was runner-up in the 4×100 meter relay. Dalton Duryea placed 4th in the shot put.
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