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Classes C and D Compete at NSAA State Track Meet, Day One Brings Four Golds and New State Records for RPAC Athletes

What a day to be an RPAC Trackster! The field events were impressive and the track was fast. State and school records alike were broken today with many impressive performances. And guess what? It was just the first day, we get to do it all over again tomorrow. Check out the blog for a complete update on Friday's results.

In the Class D Girls pole vault, Jaleigh Hansen of Paxton set their new school record with her vault of 9'6" and 5th place finish. The previous record of 9'3" was set in 2000. Also placing in pole vault was Bertrand's Shelby Schoene who vaulted 9'0" and placed 8th.


In the Class D Girls Discus, Kennedy Bailey of DCS was crowned the State Champion with her first throw of 127'0". Brynn Baily of Southern Valley qualified for finals but finished in 9th with a throw of 115'10". Paxton's Audrey Holm also qualified for discus but fouled her throws.



In the Class D Girls Long Jump, Adi Hunt of Southern Valley was crowned the State Champion after she jumped 17'11.5" on her first jump. Jalen Kent of Cambridge competed and had a jump of 16'1.5", Madysen Carlson of Hitchcock County had a jump of 15'11.25", and Blayklee Farr of MHC jumped 15'7.5".

In the Class D Boys Triple Jump, Thunder Nelson of Bertrand placed 5th with a jump of 42'9". Also competing was teammate, Chase Vosler who jumped 39'8.25".


In the Class D Boys High Jump, Jackson Kerchal of DCS placed 6th with a jump of 6'3". Trenton Roskop of Arapahoe jumped 5'9" and Mason Roblee of Medicine Valley competed but didn't clear opening height.


In the Class D Boys Shot Put, Brock Bailey of DCS was named the State Runner-up with a throw of 54'0.75". Taylor Hubl of Hithcock County also competed and had a throw of 39'10.25".

In the Class D Girls 4x800m relay, MHC placed 3rd with a new co-op record time of 9:59.92 and was run by Reagan Stengel, Karissa Stengel, Caylie Softley, and Addison Richards. Wallace placed 7th with a time of 10:26.25. Paxton placed 14th with a time of 10:57.49.


In the Class D Boys 4x800m relay, Cambridge fought from behind to clinch the 8th place medal with a time of 8:47.46 and was run by Wyatt Jackson, Gavin Gunderson, Ben Hoberty, and Carson Trompke.



In the Class D Girls 100m hurdle prelims, Kendyl Flaming of Wallace qualified with the third fastest time of 15.42. Brecklyn Hammond of Southern Valley ran a time of 17.07 and Stella Heapy ran a time of 17.46 in their prelim heats but did not make the finals.

In the Class C Girls 100m hurdle prelims, Tierston Moore of Alma qualified for the finals with a prelim time of 15.37 and enters with the fifth fastest prelim time.



In the Class D Boys 110m hurdle prelims, Kevin Garcia Guzman of DCS qualified for the finals with a time of 15.57 which was the fifth fastest. Roskop of Arapahoe just missed the finals as he had the ninth fastest time of 16.23. Kade Fisher of Arapahoe also ran and had a time of 16.48 and Nelson of Bertrand had a time of 16.88.


In the Class C Boys 110m hurdle prelims, Zavier Mitchell of Alma qualified for the finals with a time of 15.27 which was the fifth fastest qualifying time.

In the Class D Girls 100m dash, Hunt of Southern Valley set the new state and state meet record with her prelim time of 12.30 and advances to the finals with the fastest time. Clara Spargo of DCS also qualified for finals with a time of 12.33. Kayana Riley of DCS ran a time of 12.70, Flaming of Wallace ran a time of 12.93, Kylie Rose of Medicine Valley ran 12.96, and McKenna Doetker of Wauneta-Palisade ran 13.01.


In the Class D Boys 100m dash, Laken Wissink of DCS just missed the finals as he had the ninth fastest time of 11.17. Carlos Romero of MHC ran a time of 11.48.

In the Class D Girls 400m dash, we knew we were in for a treat and boy did the runners deliver that to us. As we have mentioned in the podcast and previous blogs, both Spargo of DCS and Hunt of Southern Valley have been flirting with the state record and today it was broken. Spargo of DCS is the State Champion with a new state and state meet record time of 56.74 and Hunt is the State Runner-up with a time of 57.37, which also broke the previous state record. Desi Farner of Arapahoe also ran with a time of 62.11 and Rachel Harris of Cambridge ran a time of 62.46.

In the Class D Boys 400m dash, Tayten Koeppen of Cambridge placed 7th with a time of 51.97. Jerry Ingison of MHC ran a time of 52.45.



In the Class D Girls 3200m run, Ashley Robertson of Wallace placed 5th with a time of 12:36.41. Grace Andrews of Arapahoe also ran with a time of 13:05.75.


In the Class D Boys 3200m run, Trompke of Cambridge was crowned the State Champion with a time of 9:57.21, Kael Garrett of Medicine Valley placed 3rd with a time of 10:25.80, and Marcus Hernandez of Bertrand competed and finished with a time of 10:50.83.

In the Class D Girls 200m dash, Spargo qualified for the finals with the fastest time of 25.11, Hunt of Southern Valley qualified with the second fastest time of 25.38 and a new school record time, and Rose of Medicine Valley clinched the final spot in finals with a time of 26.48. Reese Tines of Hitchcock County also ran a time of 27.44.



In the Class D Boys 200m dash, Kerchal of DCS snagged the final spot in the finals with a time of 22.96. Blaine Aldridge of DCS ran a time of 23.39, Koeppen of Cambridge ran a time of 23.47, and Gunnar Foster of Paxton ran a time of 24.34.

For the Class D Boys after day one, teams in the Top 10 are Cambridge who sits tied for 5th with 13 points and DCS who sits in 7th with 11 points.


For the Class D Girls after day one, teams in the Top 10 are DCS who is sits in 1st with 20 points, and Southern Valley who is tied for 2nd with 18 points.


As you can see, we had some great performances and we are set up for some event better ones to come tomorrow.

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