It was a big day for Broken Bow track Friday as both the boys and girls each claimed the team title at the GICC track invite Friday. Broken Bow won the girls team championship with 117.5 points and Broken Bow won the boys team championship with 160 points. The girls were led in part by Brianna Quinn who won the girls 400 in a time of 1:02.53, was second in the 800 (2:37.05) and was third in the girls long jump (16’2″). Quinn was also part of the 4×400 relay team which won the event in a time of 4:19.37. Other highlights for the Bow girls included Kya Scott runner-up in the high jump (5’2″). Gracie Hackel was 2nd and MaKinley Tobey 3rd in the girls 3200. Kailyn Scott was third in both the 400 and 200. Halle McCaslin placed third in the girls triple jump.
On the boys side, Broken Bow dominated the throwing events. Bow went 1,2,3 in the boys shot put with Sawyer Bumgarner winning the event with an effort of 45’9″, Tyler Thomas was second and Max Denson was third. In the discus, Max Denson was the champion with an effort of 155’6″ and Tyler Thomas was the runner-up. Other highlights for the Broken Bow boys included Qwentin Coble winning the boys long jump with an effort of 21’1″ and brother Eli Coble was runner-up at 20’10.5″. Qwentin was also runner-up in the boys 100 meters and was 3rd in the 200 while Eli was 3rd in the high jump. Zane Eggleston placed 2nd in both the 110 and 300 meter hurdles. Noah Osmond was champion of the boys mile in a time of 4:49.31 and was the runner-up in the 3200. Daine Wardyn was third in both the boys mile and 3200.
Arcadia/Loup City was also among the teams that competed at the GICC Invite. The Rebels finished 7th in the girls standings and 6th in the boys. Jessica Stieb continued her dominance in the girls throwing events winning the girls shot put with an effort of 42’9.75″ and winning the discus with an effort of 114′. Other highlights for ALC included a 2nd place finish in the girls 4×800 relay. Kaden Reeves was runner-up in the boys pole vault clearing 12’1.25″.
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