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WHS Track Ends 2010 Season with 14 State Qualifiers

Fourteen WHS tracksters qualified for the 2010 Nebraska State Track Meet on Friday and Saturday, May 21-22, at Burke High School in Omaha. Please click the following links to view State Track Results:

GIRLS

BOYS

Important Season Information:
Please click HERE to view dismissal times for all 2010 track meets.
Please click HERE to view the 2010 Wahoo Track Student Athlete Handbook.
Please click HERE to view Wahoo Track 2010 Leadership Development expectations.

Photo Links (photos taken by Joan Lindgren):
Please click HERE to view photos from the 5/13/10 B-2 District Track Meet.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 5/7/10 Arlington Invitational.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 5/1/10 Capital Conference Meet.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 4/27/10 North Bend Invitational.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 4/22/10 Schuyler Invitational.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 4/13/10 Milford Track Invitational.
Please click HERE to view photos from the 3/30/10 Wahoo Quad Meet.

2010 Boys & Girls Track Meet Articles/Results:

B-2 District Track Meet (May 13, 2010 in Plattsmouth)

Girls

The Wahoo Girls Track team traveled to Plattsmouth on Thursday, May 13, 2010 for the B-2 District track meet. The Warriors capped off a season with their best performance of the year. The Warriors finished runner-up at the District meet, in a tie with Plattsmouth.

Here were the team results from the B-2 District meet:

B. Neumann – 99, Wahoo – 77, Plattsmouth – 77, Auburn – 72, Gretna – 51, Ashland Greenwood – 39, Platteview – 37, Syracuse – 27, Nebraska City – 19, Falls City – 15, Waverly – 14

Here are the individual results from the B-2 District Track meet:

Discus – Sydney Hancock (97’4” – PR), Emma Harris  (65’), Katie Welsh (56’6” – PR)
Shot Put – Sydney Hancock (31’6” – PR), Emma Harris (24’2 – PR), Olivia Morales (18’4”)
Long Jump – 3rd – Morgan Hancock (16’8” – STATE QUALIFIER), 7th – Nicole Pearson (15’2), Morgan Talbert (13’6”)
Triple Jump – 3rd – Nicole Pearson (33’1 ½” – STATE QUALIFIER), 4th – Emily Brodahl (33’1”), Morgan Talbert (30’7”)
High Jump – Katelyn O’Brien (4’7), Ali Norris (4’7)
3200m Relay – 1st - Darcy Barry, Kayla Bennett, Morgan Hancock, Erin Walker (10:07 – PR- STATE QUALIFIERS)
100m Dash – 6th – Emily Brodahl (13.1 – PR), Katelyn O’Brien (13.9), Morgan Talbert (14.1)
400m Dash – 1st – Mattie Murren (60.5 – PR – STATE QUALIFIER)
3200m Run – Anna Hornung (13:44)
200m Dash – 7th – Emily Brodahl (28.3), Katelyn O’Brien (28.7 – PR), Sydney Hancock (29.0)
800m Run – 1st – Mattie Murren (2:24.9 – STATE QUALIFIER), 5th – Erin Walker (2:31.2 – PR), Mahala Egr (2:46)
300m Hurdles – 2nd – Sadie Murren (48.1 – PR – STATE QUALIFIER), 7th – Darcy Barry (51.7)
1600m Run – Anmarie Schirmer, Jessica Barry
400m Relay – 1st – Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, Emily Brodahl (51.5 – PR – STATE QUALIFIERS)
1600m Relay – 1st – Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Sadie Murren, Mattie Murren (4:08.8 – PR – STATE QUALIFIERS)

“I am extremely proud of how all of the girls performed at Districts and how they rose to the challenge, yet again, at Districts. I was pleased that we were able to qualify eight girls for the State Track meet and to win all three relays at Districts was a tremendous accomplishment for the girls and showed how strong the competitive fire burns within them. Congratulations to all of the state qualifiers!” Coach Steve Shannon commented.

Boys

The Wahoo Boys finished 6th at Districts on Thursday with 42 points. Overall the boys competed very well with 9 PR’s on the day. The meet’s highlights would include Sean Lindgren throwing the discus 149 feet, earning a first place and qualifying for State in that event. Greg Milliken had a busy day qualifying for the State Track Meet in the Long Jump with an attempt of 21’4.5”, placing second, and in the 100 Meter Dash running 11.4, earning a fourth place. Jake Barry rounded out the boys' field that will compete next weekend at the State Track Meet by getting third in 800 M Run with a time of 2:02. The 3200 M Relay also qualified with a time of 8:41.3.

Long Jump:  Greg Milliken (21’4.5”) – 2nd, State Qualifier
Shot Put: Sean Lindgren (48’5”) – 4th; Ben Brabec (42’4”) – PR
Discus:  Sean Lindgren (149’) – 1st, State Qualifier
3200 M Relay: Jake Barry, Matt Hornung, Casey Brown, Preston Raymond (8:41.3) – 4th, PR, State Qualifier
100 M Dash: Greg Milliken (11.4) – 4th, State Qualifier
400 M Dash: Derek Hamar (58.7) – PR; Jacob Moline (60.3) – PR
3200 M Run:  Sam Cook (10:57.5) – PR
200 M Dash: Greg Milliken (23.4) – 5th, PR
800 M Run:  Jake Barry (2:02) – 3rd, PR; Alex Talbott (2:35) - PR
300 M Hurdles:  Jake Wilson (48.9) – PR
400 M Relay: Justin Lewandowski, Jacob Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Greg Milliken (45.2) – 5th

2010 Arlington Invitational (May 7, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls traveled to Arlington on Friday, May 7, 2010 for the Arlington Invite. Mother Nature and the Eagles throwers weren’t so kind on this day. With sustained 25 MPH winds and gusts up to 40 MPH and the Warriors down a staggering 48 points after the throws, Wahoo rose up again to the challenge and pushed Arlington to the brink at their home invite. With Districts next week, the Warriors focused on quality, not quantity for individual events, but the Warriors made every one count, finishing in the runner up spot in the team race.

Here were the final team scores for the Arlington Invite:
Arlington – 128, Wahoo – 117, Bennington – 84, Fort Calhoun – 64, Yutan – 58, Ashland Greenwood – 53.33, DC West – 12, and Fremont JV – 10.66

Here are the individual results for the Arlington Invite:

Triple Jump – 1st – Nicole Pearson (33’ 6 ¾), 2nd – Emily Brodahl (33’ 3 ¾), and 7th – Morgan Talbert (31’3 – PR)
Long Jump – 1st – Morgan Hancock (17’ ¾ - PR), 3rd – Nicole Pearson (15’ 2 ¾), 7th – Morgan Talbert (14’ 5 – PR)
3200m Relay – 3rd – Darcy Barry, Erin Walker, Katelyn O’Brien, Kayla Bennett (10:37)
100m Dash – 2nd – Morgan Hancock (13.2), 4th – Emily Brodahl (13.5), Morgan Talbert (14.1)
400m Dash – 1st – Mattie Murren (61.5), 2nd - Morgan Hancock (63.5)
3200m Run – 4th – Anna Hornung (13:40 – PR)
200m Dash – 3rd – Emily Brodahl (27.3 – PR), 6th- Sydney Hancock (28.4 – PR)
1600m – Jessica Barry (6:57)
Discus – Sydney Hancock (90’4), Emma Harris (77’), Olivia Morales (51’7 – PR)
Shot Put – Sydney Hancock (31’), Emma Harris (21’10), Olivia Morales (17’9)
800m Run – 1st – Mattie Murren (2:27), 4th – Erin Walker (2:33 – PR), Mahala Egr (2:51)
300m Hurdles – 2nd – Sadie Murren (50.3), Darcy Barry
400m Relay – 1st – Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, Emily Brodahl (52.3) – NEW MEET RECORD
1600m Relay – 3rd – Erin Walker, Kayla Bennett, Katelyn O’Brien, Darcy Barry (4:30)

“Even though it was an extremely windy day, the girls did an outstanding job of competing throughout the day. We had some amazing performances by Morgan Hancock in the long jump breaking the 17’ barrier and the 400m relay, composed of Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, and Emily Brodahl, which broke the meet record with a time of 52.3,” stated Coach Steve Shannon.

Boys

Very windy conditions made it a difficult day for some of the Wahoo Track athletes at Arlington on Friday. The team finished with 2nd with 87 points, just behind Bennington with 92 points. There were a few boys that overcame the elements and performed well. The Wahoo boys had 6 PR’s and they are listed below:

High Jump: Robbie Wilson (5’4”) – PR
Triple Jump: Jonathan Abbott(36’10”) – 4th; Tyler Kavan(34’9”) – PR; Jacob Moline(36’10”) – 5th
Long Jump: Greg Milliken (20’5”) – 1st; Max Cook (16’5”) – PR
Shot Put: Sean Lindgren (45’4”) – 3rd; Dyllon Nelson (43’4”) – 5th
Discus:  Sean Lindgren (160’5”) – 1st
3200 M Relay: Jake Barry, Matt Hornung, Casey Brown, Preston Raymond (9:01) – 1st
100 M Dash: Jake Subbert (11.8) – 4th; Tyler Kavan (12.3) – 6th; Jonathan Abbott (12.4) – PR
3200 M Run: Max Cook (11:05.4) – 3rd; Nick Dobesh (11:29.9) – 6th
200 M Dash: Jake Subbert (23.5) – PR, 3rd
800 M Run: Jake Barry (2:04.9) – 2nd ; Alex Talbott (2:36) - PR
300 M Hurdles: Michael Kersten (49.1) – 4th
1600 M Run: Matt Hornung (4:56.8) – PR, 2nd; Casey Brown (5:14.1) – 6th
1600 M Relay: Jake Barry, Sean Lindgren, Justin Lewandowski, Jake Subbert (3:45.3) – 3rd

2010 Capital Conference Meet (May 1, 2010)

Girls

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The Wahoo girls traveled to Ashland on Saturday, May 1, 2010 for the Nebraska Capital Conference Meet. The Warriors rallied from a 42-point deficit after the throws, to narrowly miss out on capturing the conference title, finishing second.

Here were the final team scores for the 2010 NCC meet:
Arlington – 111, Wahoo – 103, Bennington – 84.5, Fort Calhoun – 66, Syracuse – 65, Ashland-Greenwood – 55.5, Raymond Central – 40, and DC West - 2

Here are the individual results for the NCC meet:

2010 Nebraska Capital Conference Champions:
400m Relay – 1st – Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, Emily Brodahl (52.3 – PR)
1600m Relay – 1st – Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Sadie Murren, Mattie Murren (4:10 – PR)
Triple Jump – 1st – Nicole Pearson (33’1”)
400m Dash – 2nd – Mattie Murren (60.9), 3rd – Kayla Bennett (62.3), 4th – Morgan Hancock (63.3)
800m Run – 2nd – Mattie Murren (2:27), 5th – Kayla Bennett (2:31 - PR), Mahala Egr (2:47)
Triple Jump – 4th – Emily Brodahl (31’11), 8th – Morgan Talbert (30’ 6 – PR)
Long Jump – 2nd – Morgan Hancock (16’2), 3rd – Nicole Pearson (15’ 5 ¼ - PR), 7th – Morgan Talbert (13’11” – PR)
High Jump – 6th – Katelyn O’Brien (4’8” – Ties PR)
100m Dash – 5th – Emily Brodahl (13.55), Katelyn O’Brien (14.2), Morgan Talbert (14.2)
100m Hurdles – 3rd – Sadie Murren (16.35 – PR), 9th – Darcy Barry (18.4 – PR)
1600m Run – Erin Walker (6:01), Jessica Barry (6:48), Anmarie Schimer (6:40)
300m Hurdles – 2nd – Sadie Murren (48.37), 7th – Darcy Barry (52.75)
3200m Run – 4th – Erin Walker (12:55 – PR), Anna Hornung (14:03)
3200m Relay – 3rd  - Mahala Egr, Darcy Barry, Sydney Hancock, Katelyn O’Brien (10:49)
Discus – Sydney Hancock (92’4), Emma Harris (73’1), Katie Welsh (43’11)
Shot Put – Emily Brodahl (32’5), Sydney Hancock (,29’6),  Emma Harris (23’0)
200m Dash – Sydney Hancock (30.3), Katelyn O’Brien (29.5 – PR), Nicole Pearson (30.2)

“Ours girls did a great job of competing throughout the day and really made a tremendous push to overcome the 42-point deficit we encountered after the throws,” said Coach Steve Shannon. “We were able to trim the lead to single digits, which showed a lot of heart and determination for our girls to be able to come together and make a charge at the title. It was a beautiful day that was made even better by watching how hard the girls fought for one another. It was great to see us finishing on a high note, winning both the 400m and 1600m relays to cap the day off.”

Boys

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The Wahoo Boys Track team had another spectacular day at the track on Saturday. They scored 91 points behind Syracuse, earning the 2010 Conference Runner-Up. There were 15 Personal Records (PR’s) or Meet Goals (MG’s) met on the day. The individual performances are highlighted below.

Long Jump:  Greg Milliken (21’5.5”) – 1st; Kory Divis (17’7.25”) – PR
Shot Put:  Sean Lindgren (44’0.5”) – 4th; Dyllon Nelson (43’1.5”) – 5th
Discus: Sean Lindgren (154’) – 1st ; Dyllon Nelson (118’10”) – 6th, PR
3200 M Relay: Matt Hornung, Casey Brown, Preston Raymond, Jake Barry (8:44.2) – 2nd
110 M Hurdles:  Justin Lewandowski (15.7) – 1st; Michael Kersten (19.1) – PR
100 M Dash: Greg Milliken (11.22) 3rd; Jacob Subbert (11.3) 5th, PR; Tyler Kavan (11.5) - PR
400 M Dash: Michael Kersten (57.5) – PR; Derek Hamar (58.9) – PR; Derek Virgl (60.4) – PR
3200 M Run: Sam Cook (11:12.5) – 5th, Nick Dobesh (11:24) – PR, Zach Jansa (12:16) – PR
200 M Dash:  Jonathan Abbott (25.4) – PR
800 M Dash:  Jake Barry (2:04.1) – 2nd
300 M Hurdles:  Justin Lewandowski (42.9) – 1st, PR; Michael Kersten (46.2) – PR
1600 M Run:  Casey Brown (4:59.5) - PR
400 M Relay:  Justin Lewandowski, Jake Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Greg Milliken (45.2) – 1st, PR
1600 M Relay: Sean Lindgren, Jake Barry, Jake Subbert, Justin Lewandowski (3:39.5) – 2nd, PR

“All in all this was a great day with several tremendous performances out there,” commented Coach Chad Fox. “To nearly miss the Conference Championship by 6 points was disappointing; however, with everything considered it was a very successful day.”

2010 North Bend Central Invitational (April 27, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls traveled to North Bend on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 for the North Bend Invite. The Warriors used the meet to allow our athletes to try out new events to get ready for the conference meet, which is this upcoming Saturday at Ashland. The Wahoo girls finished fourth in the team race.

Here were the final team scores for the North Bend Invite:
Neumann – 122, Lincoln Christian – 109, North Bend – 89, Wahoo – 88.33, West Point – 60.33, Oakland Craig – 22, Mead – 16.33, Concordia – 12, Schuyler – 3, Logan View - 1

Here are the individual results for the North Bend Invite:

300m Hurdles – 1st – Sadie Murren (49.29), 6th – Darcy Barry (51.81)
3200m Run – Anna Hornung (14:27)
3200m Relay – 5th - Erin Walker, Mahala Egr, Anmarie Schirmer - SB, and Darcy Barry – PR (10:49)
Discus – 10th - Sydney Hancock (84’8), Emma Harris (77’4), Katie Welsh (48’2)
High Jump – 6th – Katelyn O’Brien (4’6), Nicole Pearson (4’0)
Long Jump – 1st – Morgan Hancock (16’ 5 ¼” – PR), Nicole Pearson (13’8), Morgan Talbert (13’10” – PR)
Triple Jump – 2nd – Nicole Pearson (34’0), 4th – Emily Brodahl (32’10)
Shot Put – 4th – Emily Brodahl (32’11), Emma Harris, Olivia Morales
100m Hurdles – Sadie Murren (16.82 – Prelim), Darcy Barry (18.7)
100m Dash – 3rd – Morgan Hancock (13.2 – PR), 4th – Emily Brodahl (13.3 – Ties PR), 8th – Morgan Talbert (14.1- PR)
400m Dash – 2nd - Kayla Bennett (61.94 – PR), Katelyn O’Brien (65.8)
200m Dash – 3rd – Mattie Murren (27.77), 4th – Morgan Hancock (27.78), Sydney Hancock (29.6--PR) 
800m Run – 1st – Mattie Murren (2:22.8 – PR), Mahala Egr (2:46.2 – PR)
1600m Run – 6th – Erin Walker (5:58), Anmarie Schirmer (6:32), Jessica Barry (6:37 – PR)
400m Relay – 2nd – Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, Emily Brodahl (53.8)
1600m Relay – 5th – Sydney Hancock - PR, Katelyn O’Brien, Darcy Barry – PR, Kayla Bennett (4:24)

“The girls really did a great job of stepping up in some new events and performing well at the North Bend Invite. We were able to take some of our middle distance runners and move them down into the sprint events to work on their turnover and got some great results from them. That allowed us to run some of our younger runners in those events, creating more depth as we enter the final third of the season,” commented Coach Steve Shannon.

Boys

The Wahoo Boys Track team had another productive day on the track at the North Bend Invitational with some good individual performances. The Warrior Track teams set 12 PR’s (Personal Records) or met a Coach’s Goals, which was a great day for this late in the season. As a team Wahoo finished 5th with 59 points. Here is a break down of the individual performances:

Shot Put: Sean Lindgren (45’2.75”) – 2nd;Dyllon Nelson (43’3.25”) – 6th; Ben Brabec 40’3.5” PR
Discus: Sean Lindgren (159’) – 1st
3200 M Relay: Sam Cook, Zach Jansa, Alex Talbott, Derek Virgl (9:44) MG, 6th
110 M Hurdles: Justin Lewandowski (15.78) – 3rd;Michael Kersten (19.3) – PR
100 M Dash: Jake Subbert (11.9) – 6th
400 M Dash: Tyler Kavan (59.7) – PR; Preston Raymond (60.4) – PR
3200 M Run: Zach Jansa (12:27) - PR
800 M Run: Jacob Barry (2:03.2) – PR, 2nd; Matt Hornung (2:04.9) – PR, 3rd
300 M Hurdles: Justin Lewandowski (43.5) – PR
1600 M Run: Sam Cook (5:01.3) – PR, 4th
400 M Relay: Justin Lewandowski, Jacob Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Sean Lindgren (45.8) – 2nd
1600 M Relay: Matt Hornung, Jacob Barry, Jacob Subbert, Justin Lewandowski (3:40.2) PR, 3rd

2010 Schuyler Invitational (April 22, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls traveled to Schuyler on Thursday, April 22, 2010 for the Fred Arnold Invite. The meet featured four of the top girls track programs in Class B and C in eastern Nebraska.

Here were the final team scores for Schuyler:
David City Aquinas – 127, Columbus Scotus – 113, Blair – 103, Wahoo – 83, Wayne – 61. Columbus Lakeview – 24, Logan View – 8, and Schuyler - 5

Here are the individual results for the Fred Arnold Invite:

3200m Relay – 1st – Erin Walker, Kayla Bennett, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren (10:10-PR)
Triple Jump – 1st – Nicole Pearson (33’6), 2nd – Emily Brodahl (32’3 ½), 7th – Jessica Barry (30’8)
100m Dash – 6th – Emily Brodahl (13.5 ), 11th – Morgan Talbert (14.1 – PR)
200m Dash – 12th – Sydney Hancock (29.90 – PR)
400m Dash – 3rd – Mattie Murren (64.3), 4th – Morgan Hancock (65.6), 6th – Kayla Bennett (66.3)
800m Run – 1st – Mattie Murren (2:30), 7th – Katelyn O’Brien (2:42 – PR), Mahala Egr (2:47 – PR)
3200m Run –  Anna Hornung – 14:14, Ali Norris _ 15:45
100m Hurdles – 3rd – Sadie Murren (16.6), 9th – Darcy Barry (18.6)
300m Hurdles – 3rd – Sadie Murren (48.8), 8th – Darcy Barry (51.70 – PR)
400m Relay – 5th - Sydney Hancock, Katelyn O’Brien, Darcy Barry, Emily Brodahl (55.3)
1600m Relay – 2nd - Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Katelyn O’Brien, Sadie Murren (4:21)
High Jump – 5th – Ali Norris (4’8” – PR), Katelyn O’Brien (4’4”), Nicole Pearson (4’0”)
Long Jump – 2nd – Morgan Hancock (15’ 10 ¾”), 6th – Nicole Pearson (14’10”), 11th – Darcy Barry (13’ 5 ¾” – PR)
Shot Put -8th – Emily Brodahl (32’0”), 11th – Sydney Hancock (29’ 3”), 18th – Emma Harris (20’ 2 ¾”)
Discus – 8th – Sydney Hancock (95’ 4”), 16th – Emma Harris (70’2”)

“We continued to have girls step up and compete well during the meet and break personal records at Schuyler. We will pull back the reigns and try to get some much needed rest and recovery heading into the conference meet at Ashland next Saturday,” commented Coach Steve Shannon. “We have a few key athletes that have been battling injuries and illness the past few weeks that we will need healthy to make a run for the conference title. We will use the North Bend meet on Tuesday to give some of our younger athletes an opportunity to earn some much needed experience in a varsity meet."

Boys

Wahoo had another productive day on the track Thursday. The boys track team finished 3rd with 59 points. The Warriors logged 13 PR’s (Personal Records) on the day. A couple of noteworthy efforts were Jake Barry running a great race in the open 800 M run, running a 8:03.9, placing 2nd, and Justin Lewandowski looking like his old self in the hurdle races: 1st in the 110 M High Hurdles and 4th in the 300 M Intermediate Hurdles, posting season best times in both. Here are the rest of the results:

Triple Jump: Jonathan Abbott (37’6.5”) – PR
Shot Put: Derek Fiala (38’3”) – PR; Sean Lindgren (46’2.75”) – 3rd
Discus: Jamie Fiala (101’1”) – PR; Sean Lindgren (147’5”) – 1st
3200 M Relay: Jake Barry, Matt Hornung, Casey Brown, Preston Raymond (8:46.2) – 3rd
110 M Hurdles: Justin Lewandowski – (15.4) 1st, PR
100 M Dash: Jake Subbert – (11.6) 3rd
400 M Run: Michael Kersten – (58.8) PR; Lucas McAtee (60.3) PR
3200 M Run: Sam Cook – (11:01.3) PR
200 M Run: Jake Subbert – (24.2) 6th
800 M Run: Jake Barry – (2:03.9) 2nd, PR
300 M Hurdles: Justin Lewandowski – (43.6) 4th, PR; Michael Kersten – (46.8) PR
1600 M Run: Zach Jansa – (5:37) PR
1600 M Relay: Jake Barry, Sean Lindgren, Justin Lewandowski, Jake Subbert – (3:40.7) 3rd PR

2010 Wahoo Junior Varsity Invitational (April 20, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls and boys hosted the first Wahoo Junior Varsity Track Invite on Tuesday, April 20, 2010. With only eight girls participating in the meet, the Warriors were able to show tremendous pride and competitiveness, finishing second in the team scoring against their competitors.

Here were the final team scores for the Wahoo Junior Varsity Track Invite:
David City Aquinas – 162, Wahoo – 94, Yutan – 71, Arlington – 70, and Bishop Neumann – 37

Here are the individual results for the Wahoo Junior Varsity Track Invite:

High Jump – 1st – Ali Norris (4’6” – PR)
Shot Put – 14th - Olivia Morales (18’5”), 15th - Katie Welsh (17’9”)
Long Jump – 4th – Gaddy Zeleny (11’8”), 7th – Halie Nervig (11’5”)
Triple Jump – 2nd – Jessica Barry (30’4”)
3200m Relay – 1st – Jessica Barry, Mahala Egr, Ali Norris, and Anmarie Shirmer (11:55)
100m Hurdles – 2nd – Halie Nervig (21.49)
400m Dash – 2nd – Mahala Egr (1:13), 3rd - Ali Norris (1:14)
100m Dash – 1st – Ali Norris (14.4 – PR), 3rd - Gaddy Zeleny (14.8 – PR), 8th – Katie Welsh (19.0)
Discus – 14th – Katie Welsh (49’ 5” – PR), 15th – Olivia Morales (44’6”)
200m Dash – 2nd – Anmarie Schirmer (31.66 – PR), 3rd - Gaddy Zeleny (31.81-PR), 7th - Halie Nervig  (33.72)
300m Hurdles – 4th – Halie Nervig (1:00 – PR)
1600m Run – 3rd – Anmarie Schirmer (6:55)

“I could not have been more proud of how well the girls competed today with the numbers that we had. Everyone contributed their best efforts and was unselfish throughout the day,” said Coach Steve Shannon. “Individually, Ali Norris had a tremendous day, winning the high jump, 100m dash, and as a member of the 3200m relay. Gaddy Zeleny and Anmarie Schirmer also placed in the top three in several events throughout the day, giving us the boost we needed.”

Boys

The Wahoo JV boys had a tremendous opportunity to show their stuff at the 1st Wahoo Warrior Junior Varsity Invite. The Warrior JV track team seized those opportunities to achieve 20 Personal Records for the day. The boys had a great afternoon and finished 3rd with 106 points.

High Jump – Kory Divis (5’2”) -3rd; Robbie Wilson (5’0”) – 4th; Jake Wilson (4’8”) – PR
Triple Jump – Jacob Moline ( 36’10.5”) – 1st, PR
Long Jump – Kory Divis (17’4.25”) – 1st, PR; Robbie Wilson (15’8.75”) – 3rd
Shot Put – Jason Semrad (35’8”) - 4th, PR; Rod Patocka (31’5”) – PR; Sean Redding (27’8”) – PR
Discus – Zach Siemer (91’10”) – PR; Jake Wilson (87’08”) – PR; Dylan Jaskulski (80’10”) – PR; Jason Semrad (80’02”) – PR
3200 M Relay – Michael Kersten, Alex Talbott, Zach Jansa, Zach Gropp (9:52.12) – 3rd; PR
100 M Dash – Jason Semrad (14.49) – PR; Kory Divis (13.24) – PR; Lucas McAtee (12.9) – 5th; Jacob Moline (12.37) – 2nd, PR; Tyler Kavan (11.98) – 1st
400 M Dash – Derek Hamar (59.29) 2nd, PR; Jacob Moline (1:01.41) – 6th, PR
200 M Dash – Jack Putnam (29.65) – PR; Lucas McAtee (27.4) – PR; Derek Hamar (26.81) – PR; Jacob Moline (26.53) 6th, PR; Tyler Kavan (24.72) 1st, PR
300 M Hurdles – Michael Kersten (46.69) 5th, PR
1600 M Run – Zach Gropp (5:19.87) 2nd, PR
400 M Relay – Michael Kersten, Lucas McAtee, Derek Hamar, Tyler Kavan (49.06) – 1st, PR

2010 Wahoo Invitational (April 17, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls and boys hosted the Wahoo Invitational track meet on April 17, 2010. The Warriors, although hit hard by illness and injury, really stepped up to their competition, accumulating numerous personal bests in finishing fourth in the team competition.

Here were the final team scores for the Wahoo Invite:
Neumann – 98, Bennington – 91.5, Omaha Skutt – 84, Wahoo – 51, David City – 42, Fort Calhoun – 41.5, Omaha Mercy – 40, Raymond Central – 29, Roncalli/Duschene – 14, and Boys Town - 5

Here are the individual results for the Wahoo Invite:

Triple Jump – 4th – Nicole Pearson (34’3 – PR), 5th – Emily Brodahl (33’1 1/2), Jessica Barry (31’3 – PR)
Discus – Sydney Hancock (82’4), Emma Harris (77’3), Katie Welsh (47’ ½)
High Jump – Katelyn O’Brien (4’4), Jessica Barry and Nicole Pearson (4’2)
Long Jump – 5th - Morgan Hancock (15’7) Morgan Talbert (13’ 9 1/2 – PR)
3200m Relay – 5th – Erin Walker, Mahala Egr, Sydney Hancock, and Darcy Barry (10:58)
Shot Put – 5th – Emily Brodahl (33’10), Emma Harris (22’9), Olivia Morales (17’4)
400m Dash – 1st – Mattie Murren (60.9), 3rd – Kayla Bennett (62.7), and 4th – Morgan Hancock (62.8)
3200m Run – Anna Hornung (13:57 – PR)
100m Hurdles – Darcy Barry (18.5 – PR)
100m Dash – Emily Brodahl (13.54)
800m Run – 2nd – Mattie Murren (2:24.3), 5th – Morgan Hancock (2:32.7)
300m Hurdles – Darcy Barry (53.93-PR)
1600m Run – Erin Walker (5:58 – PR)
400m Relay – 6th – Darcy Barry, Sydney Hancock, Morgan Talbert, Katelyn O’Brien (55.78)
1600m Relay – 2nd – Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Katelyn O’Brien, and Mattie Murren (4:14.5)

“I was extremely pleased with how well our girls performed today against some of the best competition in our region. Although we were not at full strength, the girls did a tremendous job of pushing one another and competing at a high level,” commented Coach Steve Shannon. 

Boys

We had an absolute gorgeous day to compete on Saturday at the Wahoo Warrior Invite, and the athletes took full advantage of the weather by setting 20 Personal Records or Meet Goals for the day. There were several individual and relays that were very impressive. Wahoo finished 4th in the Invite with 62 team points. The individual scoring and personal records are listed below:

High Jump –Robbie Wilson (5’2) – PR
Triple Jump – Max Cook (36’5”) – PR, Jonathan Abbott (37’1) – PR; Jacob Moline (34’11.5) – PR
Long Jump – Greg Milliken (21’2”) – 1st
Shot Put – Sean Lindgren (47’1.5”) – 1st; Ben Brabec (39’11.5”) – PR
Discus – Sean Lindgren (153’1.5”) – 1st
3200 M Relay – Jacob Barry, Matt Hornung, Casey Brown, Preston Raymond (8:41.4) – 3rd, PR
100 M Dash – Greg Milliken (11.3) – 3rd
400 M Dash – Max Cook (60.3) – PR; Derek Hamar (61.2) – PR
3200 M Run – Sam Cook (11:04.8) – 5th, PR; Zach Gropp (11:26.3) – PR; Nick Dobesh (11:35.7)-MG
800 M Run – Jake Barry (2:04.4)–3rd, PR; Matt Hornung (2:10.9)–MG; Preston Raymond (2:15.1)-PR
300 M Hurdles – Robbie Wilson – (49.1) – PR
1600 M Run – Sam Cook (5:07.12) – PR; Derek Virgl (5:23.7) – PR; Casey Brown (5:05.1) – PR
400 M Relay – Sean Lindgren, Jake Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Greg Milliken (45.3) – 1st, PR
1600 M Relay – Michael Kersten, Derek Hamar, Preston Raymond, Matt Hornung (3:56.9) – 5th, PR

2010 Milford Track Invite (April 13, 2010)

Girls

The Wahoo girls traveled to Milford on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 for the Milford Invite. The focus for the meet was solidifying their relays and continuing to improve upon their personal bests in their individual events. The Warriors, although hit hard by illness and injury, really stepped up to their competition, finishing fourth in the team competition.

Here were the final team scores for Milford:
Tri-County – 130, Milford – 95, Ashland-Greenwood – 79, Wahoo – 69, David City – 51, Raymond Central – 45, Southern – 34, and Centennial – 21

Here are the individual results for the Milford Invite:

100m Hurdles – 3rd – Sadie Murren (16.46) – PR, 7th – Darcy Barry (18.55) – PR
300m Hurdles – 2nd – Sadie Murren (50.08), 7th – Darcy Barry (55.1)
3200m Run – 5th – Anna Hornung (14:35), Anmarie Schirmer (15.43)
3200m Relay – 1st – Erin Walker, Kayla Bennett, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren (10:33) - PR
400m Relay – 2nd – Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Katelyn O’Brien, Mattie Murren (53.87) - PR
Discus – 6th – Sydney Hancock (90’ 4 ½”) – PR
Long Jump – 2nd – Morgan Hancock (16’ ¼”)
400m Dash – 5th – Darcy Barry (68.56) – PR, Ali Norris (71.9)
High Jump – Katelyn O’Brien (4’4), Jessica Barry (4’3”) – PR, Nicole Pearson (4’3”)
800m Run – 5th – Mahala Egr (2:54.33) – PR, Sydney Hancock (2:55)
200m Dash - 4th – Mattie Murren (27.46)
1600m Run – Ali Norris (7:07), Jessica Barry (7:11)
Triple Jump – 3rd – Nicole Pearson (33’6 1/2) – PR, 5th – Jessica Barry (31’ 3) – PR, 8th – Morgan Talbert (30’3”) - PR

“I was extremely pleased with how well our relays performed today against some of the better competition in the area. Although we were not at full strength for our relays, the girls did a tremendous job of pushing one another and competing at a high level,” commented Coach Steve Shannon. “I was also extremely happy for some of our athletes who were able to crack the top 6 in a meet for the first time this season, with Mahala Egr placing 5th in the 800m, Darcy Barry 5th in the 400m run, Jessica Barry placing 5th in the triple jump, and Sydney Hancock placing 6th in the discus. Overall, it was a great day to be a Warrior!”

Boys

The Wahoo Boys Track team had to overcome a windy day in Milford to put forth some great individual efforts on Tuesday. There were 14 PR’s for the Milford Invite for the Boys Track team. Some impressive performances were Sean Lindgren winning the shot put and discus. Lindgren is currently just 4 feet off of the school record in the discus and hopes to get that mark by the end of the season. Jake Barry also had a great day running in the 3200 M Relay that finished 2nd and finishing 2nd in the 800 M run. Greg Milliken had a very good day as well. Milliken finished 2nd in the long jump, just shy of the school record in that event, and tied the school record in the 100 M dash with a 10.9 run for a 3rd place finish. Other individual efforts worth noting are Sam Cook in the 1600 M run, Dyllon Nelson in the shot put and discus, and Brock Partridge in the discus, as well. All these guys PR’d in their events.  

As a team Wahoo finished in 4th place with 69 points on the day.  

Shot Put – Sean Lindgren (48’11) 1st, PR; Dyllon Nelson (43’00) 5th; Ben Brabec (38’1”) PR
Discus – Sean Lindgren (161’4.5”) 1st, PR; Dyllon Nelson (115‘8”) PR; Brock Partridge (113’) PR
Long Jump – Greg Milliken (21’10.5”) 2nd, PR; Kyle Willis (17’8”) PR; Tyler Kavan (17’5”) PR
Triple Jump – Jonathan Abbott (37’) PR
3200 M Relay – Preston Raymond, Sam Cook, Casey Brown, Jake Barry (9:20.49) 2nd
100 M Dash – Greg Milliken (10.9) 3rd, PR, Ties School Record, Tyler Kavan (11.6) PR
110 M Hurdles – Justin Lewandowski (16.09) 5th
1600 M Run – Sam Cook (5:13.69) 6th, PR
300 M Hurdles – Michael Kersten (47.38) 6th
3200 M Run – Nick Dobesh (12:00.36) 5th, Zach Gropp (12:17.88) 6th, PR
400 M Relay – Justin Lewandowski, Jacob Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Greg Milliken (45.96) 1st, PR
800 M Run – Jake Barry (2:08.37) 2nd

2010 Yutan JV Track Invite (April 8, 2010)

Due to injuries and a busy school calendar, the Wahoo Girls Track team was only able to send two girls to compete at the 2010 Yutan JV Track Invitational. Olivia Morales achieved personal bests in both the shot put and discus at the meet, while Katie Welsh achieved a personal best in discus.

Shot Put – 27th - Katie Welsh (18’ 4”), 28th – Olivia Morales (17’ 9 ¼”)
Discus – 29th – Katie Welsh (48’ 4”), 31st – Olivia Morales (45’ 4”)

“I was extremely pleased with how well both Katie and Olivia performed at the Yutan JV meet. They were both very focused and gave tremendous effort in achieving their personal bests at Yutan. Congratulations to both of them!” said Coach Steve Shannon

2010 Tiger/Cadet Track Invite (West Point--April 6, 2010)

Girls:

The Wahoo Girls Track team competed at the Tiger/Cadet Track Invitational on Tuesday, April 6, 2010 at West Point. Although Mother Nature decided to bring spring showers, along with 20 MPH winds and cold and Wahoo missing some key athletes due to injury, the Warriors were more than up to the challenge going toe to toe with conference foe Arlington and bringing home the runner up trophy.

Team Scores for the Tiger/Cadet Invitational:

Arlington – 99, Wahoo – 92, North Bend – 62.5, Yutan – 49, Central Catholic – 48, West Point – 46, Fremont JV – 40.5, Howells – 36, Lyons Decatur – 33, Logan View – 12, Tekamah Herman – 7, and Bergan – 2.

Individual girls’ results for Wahoo for the Tiger/Cadet Track Invitational:

3200m Relay – 5th (Erin Walker, Paige Otte, Ali Norris, Sydney Hancock) – 11:35
100m Hurdles – 1st (Sadie Murren) – 16.7 (MG)
100m Dash – 5th (Emily Brodahl) – 13.6 (MG)
400m Dash – 1st (Mattie Murren) – 64 (MG) , 3rd  (Morgan Hancock) – 66.4 (MG), 4th  (Kayla Bennett) – 67.1 (MG)
200m Dash – 4th (Mattie Murren) - 28.2 (MG)
800m Run – 3rd (Erin Walker) – 2:40.6 (MG)
300m Hurdles – 1st (Sadie Murren) – 49.1 (MG)
400m Relay – 1st (Sadie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Mattie Murren, Emily Brodahl) – 54.3 (PR)
1600m Relay – 1st (Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Katelyn O’Brien, Mattie Murren) – 4:27.4 (MG)
Long Jump – 2nd (Morgan Hancock) – 16’ 3 ½ (MG)
Triple Jump – 2nd (Nicole Pearson) – 33’ ½ (MG),  5th (Emily Brodahl) – 32’ 3

“Although the weather and injuries played a major factor in the meet, the girls did an outstanding job of competing throughout the day, with five victories and numerous personal bests and coaches goals throughout the day,” commented Coach Steve Shannon. “I was particularly impressed with the dominance of our 400m and 1600m relays to finish out the meet. I was extremely proud of efforts and look forward to even more improvement throughout the season!”

Boys:

The Wahoo Boys Track team found a way to finish 2nd at the Cadet-Tiger Invitational. It was a cold, windy, and rainy day at West Point, with 12 teams competing at the invite. Wahoo finished with 71 team points, second to Logan View who finished with 97 points. A few of the highlights of the day included the gutsy performance of Jake Barry, who competed in the 3200 M relay (2nd), 800 M (2nd), and the 1600 M relay (5th). Barry competed very well despite the weather conditions that made it very difficult to break personal records (PR). Sean Lindgren also had a fine day in the throws, placing in the shot put (5th) and discus (1st).  In the sprints, Jake Subbert and Greg Milliken each had great days. Milliken placed in the long jump (1st), 100 M (1st), and 400 M relay (1st). While Jake Subbert placed in the 100 M (4th), 200 M (3rd), 400 M relay (1st) and the 1600 M relay (5th). Rounding out the scoring was Sam Cook in the 3200 M with a 6th place finish. All in all it was good day on the track with the athletes competing very well in difficult conditions.

Shot Put = Sean Lindgren – 42’11.5” (5th)
Discus = Sean Lindgren – 137’01” (1st)
Triple Jump = Jonathan Abbott – 36’ (MG), Jacob Moline – 34’9.25”’  (PR)
Long Jump = Greg Milliken – 21’00.5” (1st)
3200 M Relay = Matt Hornung, Preston Raymond, Jake Barry, Casey Brown – 9:13.9 (2nd)
3200 M Run = Sam Cook – 11:27.8 (6th)
100 M Dash = Greg Milliken – 11.3 (1st), Jake Subbert 11.8 (4th)
800 M Run = Jake Barry – 2:09.4 (2nd)
300 M Hurdles = Robbie Wilson – 50.0 (PR)
200 M Dash = Jake Subbert 23.8 (3rd)
400 M Relay = Justin Lewandowski, Jake Subbert, Tyler Kavan, Greg Milliken – 46.1 (1st)
1600 M Relay = Jake Subbert, Jake Barry, Jonathan Abbott, Justin Lewandowski – 4:00 (5th)

Wahoo High School Quad Meet (March 30, 2010)

Girls:

The Wahoo Girls Track team competed on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at the Wahoo Quadrangular. The meet consisted of teams from David City, Malcolm, and Raymond Central. With Wahoo at full force after the return of the track athletes from the Washington DC Close Up trip, the Warriors were able to flex their muscle for their first meet victory of the season. The girls team scores were Wahoo – 115, David City – 47, Raymond Central – 42, and Malcolm - 34.

“The girls showed tremendous heart and competed at a high level, showing off their hard work on the track and in the fitness center, to be able to hit the times and marks they did this early in the season," commented Coach Steve Shannon. "I am excited to see where this team can go with even more work under their belt.”

Here are the individual girls’ results for the Wahoo Quadrangular:

Long Jump – 1st – Morgan Hancock (16’ 1 ¼), 4th – Morgan Talbert  (13’ 2 – PR), 6th - Gaddy Zeleny  (12’ 9 ½ - PR), and 13th - Halie Nervig (11’4 – PR)
Shot Put – 1st – Emily Brodahl (34’ 3 ½ - PR), 4th – Sydney Hancock (30’ 2 ½), 14th – Emma Harris (22’11), 17th – Olivia Morales (19’4” – PR), and 18th – Katie Welsh (18’ 6 – PR)
High Jump – 2nd – Katelyn O’Brien (4’8 – Tied PR), 4th – Nicole Pearson (4’4 – PR)
Triple Jump – 2nd – Emily Brodahl (32’ 11 ¼ ), 3rd – Nicole Pearson (32’6), 5th – Jessica Barry (28’10 – PR), and 8th - Morgan Talbert (26’ 10 – PR)
3200m Relay – 1st (Sydney Hancock, Paige Otte, Anmarie Schirmer, Katelyn O’Brien) – 11:34.9, 3rd (Mahala Egr, Ali Norris, Jessica Barry, Nicole Pearson) – 12:18.9
100m Dash – 4th – Emily Brodahl (13.3), 9th – Erin Walker (14.19), and 10th – Gaddy Zeleny (14.44 – PR)
100m Hurdles – 2nd – Sadie Murren (16.56 – PR), 3rd – Darcy Barry (19.18 – PR)
Discus – 5th – Emma Harris (78’ ½ - PR), 6th – Sydney Hancock (77’0 – PR), 16th – Katie Welsh (41’4 – PR), and 17th - Olivia Morales (40’2” – PR)
1600m Run – 1st – Micheala Curran (5:41.99), 3rd – Anmarie Schirmer (6:49.66), and 7th – Jessica Barry (7:08.34 – PR)
400m Dash – 1st – Mattie Murren (62.2), 2nd – Morgan Hancock (64.3), 3rd – Kayla Bennett (65.0), 5th – Ali Norris (69.6)
300m Hurdles – 1st – Sadie Murren (48.18), 3rd – Darcy Barry (54.43 – PR), 5th – Morgan Talbert (57.62 – PR)
800m Run – 1st – Erin Walker (2:35.7), 3rd – Sydney Hancock (2:52), 4th – Paige Otte (2:52), 5th – Mahala Egr (2:57)
200m Dash – 2nd – Mattie Murren (26.93 - PR), 4th – Morgan Hancock (27.72 – PR), 6th – Emily Brodahl (27.96), and 7th – Kayla Bennett (28.81)
3200m Run – 1st – Anna Hornung (14:12.8 – PR)
1600m Relay – 1st (Mattie Murren, Morgan Hancock, Kayla Bennett, Katelyn O’Brien) – 4:20.7, 2nd – (Erin Walker, Michaela Curran, Sadie Murren, Darcy Barry) – 4:27.5

Boys:

The Wahoo Warrior Boys Track Team had another great day on the track with 34 Personal Records set for the meet. The coaches are very pleased with all of the athlete’s efforts for this meet. Overall, the Wahoo boy’s track team finished 2nd as a team for this Quadrangular.

Jake Barry:  800 M (2:08.81) 1st, 1600 M Relay (3:52.71) PR/3rd
Sam Cook:  3200 M Relay (9:14.1) PR/1st, 3200 M (11:13.46) PR/3rd
Jamie Fiala:  Discus (94’5”) 10th
Derek Fiala: Discus (80’) 15th, Shot Put (37’4”) PR/11th
Matt Hornung: 3200 M Relay (9:14.1) PR/1st, 400 M (56.83) 4th,
Derek Virgl: 1600 M (5:27) PR/4th, 800 M (2:25.15) PR/9th
Kyle Willis: Long Jump (17’1.25”) PR/9th, 100 M (12.37) 18th
Nick Dobesh: 3200 M (11:42.75) 4th
Ethan Harders: Triple Jump (32’5”) PR/12th,
Zach Jansa: 1600 M (5:36) PR/6th, 800 M (2:31.12) PR/13th  
Michael Kersten: 300 M H (47.73) 4th, 1600 M Relay (3:52.71) PR/3rd    
Justin Lewandowski: HJ (4’10”) PR/6th, 110 M H (15.75) 1st
Sean Lindgren: Discus (158’6”) PR/1st, Shot Put (46’) PR/3rd, 400 M Relay (48.31) PR/4th, 200 M (24.5) 6th
Lucas McAtee:  Shot Put (33’10”) PR/ 17th, 100 M (12.34) PR/17th
Greg Milliken: Long Jump (21’7.5”) PR/1st, 100 M (10.91) PR/1st, 200 M (23.68) PR/2nd
Dyllon Nelson: Discus (114’02”) 6th, Shot Put (41’10”) 8th
Jacob Subbert: 100 M (11.45) PR/2nd, 400 M (55.44) 2nd, 200 M (23.88) PR/4th, 1600 M Relay (3:52.71) PR/3rd  
Robbie Wilson: High Jump (5’) PR/3rd Place
Ben Brabec: Shot Put (38’) PR/10th
Casey Brown: 3200 M Relay (9:14.1) PR/1st, 1600 (5:15) 3rd
Max Cook: Triple Jump (34’5”), 400 M Relay (48.31) PR/4th, 400 M (1:01.2) PR/13th, 200 M (26.52) PR/14th
Brock Partridge:  Discus (100’) PR/9th, Shot Put (34’11”) 14th
Jack Putnam: 100 M (13.92) PR/21st
Zach Siemer : Discus (59’7”) 20th
Jonathan Abbott: Triple Jump (36’5”) PR/6th, 400 M Relay (48.31) PR/4th , 400 M (59.5) PR/ 10th, 200 M (25.68) PR/18th
Zach Gropp: 3200 M (12:34.2) PR/5th  
Tyler Kavan: Long Jump (16’5.25”) PR/12th, High Jump (4’6”), 100 M (12.03) PR/14th , 400 M Relay (48.31) PR/4th
Preston Raymond: 3200 M Relay (9:14.1) PR/1st, 800 M (2:19.87) PR/5th, 1600 M Relay (3:52.71) PR/3rd  
Alex Talbott: 1600 M (6:11.1) 10th

Doane Class B Indoor Invitational (Season Opener--March 20, 2010)

WHS Track participated in the 2010 Doane Class B Boys & Girls Track Meet on Saturday, March 20. 

Please click HERE to view the meet results.

Girls Highlights from Doane:

Although missing 10 of their top 12 scorers, due to a Washington D.C. Close Up trip, the Warriors rose to the challenge, with 9 of the 10 girls competing, reaching their meet goals or achieving a personal record in their events. Here are the individual girls results for the Doane Indoor Track Invitational:

55m Dash – Morgan Talbert (8.36 – PR), Darcy Barry (8.68 – PR)
200m Dash – Darcy Barry (31.63 – PR), Nicole Pearson (32.06 – PR)
400m Dash – Katelyn O’Brien (1:10.17 – MG), Sydney Hancock (1:10.89 – MG)
800m Run – Anmarie Schirmer (2:59.02 – MG)
1600m Run – Anna Hornung (6:43.66 – PR)
3200m Run – Michaela Curran (2nd Place – 12:19.24 – PR)
1600m Relay – Michaela Curran, Morgan Talbert, Sydney Hancock, and Katelyn O’Brien (4:44.01)
High Jump – Katelyn O’Brien (4’-6 – MG)
Long Jump – Nicole Pearson (14’-9 – MG)
Triple Jump – Nicole Pearson (32’-1/2 – MG), Morgan Talbert (28’-93/4 – PR)
Shot Put – Sydney Hancock (30’-3 – MG ), Emma Harris (23’-31/4 – PR)

Boys Highlights from Doane:

The Wahoo Boys Track team had a very productive day at the Doane Indoor Invite. The athletes competed well during a very competitive track meet. As a team, the Wahoo boys finished tied with Ralston for 7th place out of 18 teams. The Warriors also were able to set 17 Personal Best records for the day. Here is a list of the individual results and highlights:

Jake Barry – 800 m Run – 2:15.32 – Finished 8th Overall
Sam Cook – 3200 m Run -11:30.94 (PR) – Finished 10th Overall
Matt Hornung – 800 m Run - 2:15.02 – Finished 6th Overall
Derek Virgl – 1600 m Run - 5:37.99 (PR) – Finished 20th Overall
Kyle Willis – Long Jump - 16’2.75” (PR) – Finished 21st Overall
Justin Lewandowski – 55 m Dash – 7.1 (PR) - Finished 16th Overall
55 m Hurdles – 8.17 (PR) - Finished 1st Overall
Greg Milliken – Long Jump – 21’3.5” ( PR) – Finished 2nd Overall, 55 m Dash – 6.8 (PR) – Finished 4th Overall
Dyllon Nelson – Shot Put – 43’11.75” (PR) – Finished 10th Overall
Ben Brabec – Shot Put 37’1” (PR) – Finished 22nd Overall
Casey Brown – 1600 m Run – 5:13.09 (PR) – Finished 9th Overall
Max Cook – 200 M Run – 28.29 (PR) – Finished 25th Overall
Jonathan Abbott – Triple Jump – 35’9” (PR) – Finished 13th Overall
Zach Gropp – 3200 m Run – 13.37.27 – Finished 19th Overall
Derek Hamar – 400 m Dash – 63.9 (PR) – Finished 25th Overall
 200 m Dash – 28.47 (PR) – Finished 26th Overall
Tyler Kavan – High Jump – 5’0” (PR) – Finished 18th Overall
Jacob Moline – Triple Jump – 33’4” (PR) – Finished 16th Overall
Preston Raymond – 400 m Dash – 61.52 (PR) – Finished 21st Overall

 

2010 Boys & Girls Track

Jason

May 19, 2010

Gosh what studs. Good season.