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Records Broken on Windy but Fast Day at DCS Track Invite



Dundy County Stratton hosted their home track invite on Tuesday and it was very windy but a fast day on the track. Let's dive right in.



Boys Team Scores:

  1. Perkins County - 175

  2. Cambridge - 122

  3. Dundy County Stratton - 116

  4. Southwest - 61

  5. Arapahoe - 57

  6. Wauneta-Palisade - 50.5

  7. Sutherland - 48.5


In the 100m dash, Laken Wissink of DCS placed 1st with a time of 11.22, Blaine Aldridge of DCS placed 3rd with a time of 11.73, Noah Zoltenko of DCS placed 4th with a time of 11.89, and Nathan Rippe of Southwest placed 5th with a time of 12.00.


In the 200m dash, Jackson Kercahl of DCS placed 1st with a time of 23.34, Tayten Koeppen of Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 24.03, Trey McCrumb of Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 24.75, and Trenton Williams of Southwest placed 6th with a time of 24.85.


In the 400m dash, Koeppen of Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 55.26, Mitchel Stritt of Southwest placed 3rd with a time of 56.15, Rippe of Southwest placed 5th with a time of 58.36, and Wyatt Jackson of Cambridge placed 6th with a time of 58.48.



In the 800m run, Will Cacy of Arapahoe placed 1st with a time of 2:08.44, Stritt of Southwest placed 3rd with a time of 2:13.13, Jackson of Cambridge placed 5th with a time of 2:15.06, Ben Hoberty of Cambridge placed 6th with a time of 2:15.52, and Gavin Gunderson of Cambridge placed 8th with a time of 2:20.33.


In the 1600m run, Carson Trompke placed 2nd with a time of 5:07.95, Austin Thompson of Southwest placed 5th with a time of 5:33.24, Braden Sandfort of Cambridge placed 6th with a time of 5:53.49, Titus Goshert of Arapahoe placed 7th with a time of 6:01.84, and Jaysek Weiss of Cambridge placed 8th with a time of 6:18.37.


In the 3200m run, Trompke of Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 10:40.27, Thompson of Southwest placed 5th with a time of 12:06.35, Goshert of Arapahoe placed 6th with a time of 13:00.67, and Caleb Heskett of Southwest placed 8th with a time of 13:41.36.



In the 110m hurdles, Kevin Garcia Guzman of DCS placed 1st with a time of 16.20, Kade Fisher of Arapahoe placed 2nd with a time of 17.05, Jordan Holstein of Arapahoe placed 3rd with a time of 22.15, and Roy Hoelscher of Cambridge placed 4th with a time of 22.85.


In the 300m hurdles, Fisher of Arapahoe placed 1st with a time of 45.71, Holstein of Arapahoe placed 3rd with a time of 51.74, Sean Polly of Cambridge placed 4th with a time of 58.18, Hoelscher of Cambridge placed 5th with a time of 58.25, and Kaden Klumpe of Cambridge placed 6th with a time of 60.63.


In the 4x100m relay, DCS placed 1st with a time of 46.57 and was run by Wissink, Aldridge, Garcia Guzman, and Kerchal. Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 48.84 and was run by Krayton Ruggles, Hoberty, Henry Shoemaker, and Koeppen. Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a time of 50.16 and was run by Gabriel McCrumb, Aden Acton, T. McCrumb, and Ashton Wheeler. Southwest placed 6th with a time of 59.39 and was run by Jakub Walz, Luis Escobar Salas, Kade Schaffert, and Jason Day.



In the 4x400m relay, Southwest placed 1st with a time of 3:53.26 and was run by Jacob Barber, Rippe, Stritt, and Williams. DCS placed 2nd with a time of 3:55.88 and was run by Garcia Guzman, Zoltenko, August Shaw, and Aldridge. Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 3:56.51 and was run by Jackson, Ruggles, Gunderson, and Hoberty. Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 4:14.32 and was run by Acton, Kameran McCrumb, Konner McCrumb, and T. McCrumb.


In the 4x800m relay, Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 9:44.13 and was run by Polly, Gunderson, Sandfort, and Trompke. Southwest placed 3rd with a time of 10:09.84 and was run by Barber, Walz, Thompson, and Heskett. Arapahoe placed 4th with a time of 10:33.52 and was run by Goshert, Thomas Magorian, Holstein, and Hudson Sich. Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 11:08.36 and was run by Kameran McCrumb, Casey Walker, Wheeler, and Luke Sims.


In shot put, Brock Bailey of DCS placed 1st with a throw of 52'11.25", Carlos Diaz of DCS placed 3rd with a throw of 38'11", Kerchal of DCS placed 4th with a throw of 38'6.75", Draven Miner of Wauneta-Palisade placed 6th with a throw of 37'5.5", and Hunter Perks of Cambridge placed 7th with a throw of 36'8.5".


In the discus, Bailey of DCS placed 1st with a toss of 144'10", Miner of Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a toss of 109'5", and Derek Noffsinger of DCS placed 6th with a toss of 105'9".


In high jump, Acton of Wauneta-Palisade placed 1st with a jump of 5'11", Shaw of DCS of placed 2nd with a jump of 5'4", Fisher of Arapahoe placed 4th with a jump of 5'0", Gunderson of Cambridge placed 5th with a jump of 4'10", and Klumpe of Cambridge placed 6th with a jump of 4'8".



In the pole vault, Gage Hammond of Southwest placed 1st with a vault of 10'6", Konner McCrumb of Wauneta-Palisade tied for 4th with a vault of 8'6", Klumpe of Cambridge placed 6th with a vault of 8'6", and Goshert of Arapahoe placed 7th with a vault of 7'6".


In long jump, Zoltenko of DCS placed 1st with a jump of 19'7", Koeppen of Cambridge placed 2nd with a jump of 19'4", Wheeler of Wauneta-Palisade placed 3rd with a jump of 18'7", Aldridge of DCS placed 4th a jump of 18'5.75", Hoberty of Cambridge placed 6th with a jump of 18'3", and Ruggles of Cambridge placed 7th with a jump of 17'1.75".


In triple jump, Perks of Cambridge placed 2nd with a jump of 37'1.5", T. McCrumb of Wauneta-Palisade placed 3rd with a jump of 36'10", Ruggles of Cambridge placed 5th with a jump of 35'2.5", and Hoelscher of Cambridge placed 6th with a jump of 33'11.5".



Girls Team Scores:

  1. Perkins County - 172

  2. Cambridge - 131

  3. Dundy County Stratton - 91

  4. Wauneta-Palisade - 88

  5. Arapahoe - 60

  6. Southwest - 48

  7. Sutherland - 36


In the 100m dash, JoLie Farr of Cambridge set a new school record with her 1st place finish and time of 12.48. Clara Spargo of DCS placed 2nd with a time of 12.62, Kayana Riley of DCS placed 3rd with a time of 13.05, McKenna Doetker of Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 13.51, Payton Truksa of Southwest placed 6th with a time of 13.67, Rachel Harris of Cambridge placed 7th with a time of 13.82, and Allison Van Pelt placed 8th with a time of 13.91.


In the 200m dash, Spargo of DCS set a new meet record with her prelim time of 25.75. In the finals, Spargo placed 1st with a time of 26.02, Farr of Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 26.47, Cheyenne Parrish of Wauneta-Palisade placed 3rd with a time of 27.55, Ruby McCune of Arapahoe placed 4th with a time of 28.52, Desi Farner of Arapahoe placed 5th with a time of 28.62, and Doetker of Wauneta-Palisade placed 6th with a time of 28.64.



In the 400m dash, Farner of Arapahoe placed 2nd with a time of 66.74, McCune of Arapahoe placed 4th with a time of 68.20, Emily Schack of DCS placed 5th with a time of 71.04, Jewel Holthus of Wauneta-Palisade placed 6th with a time of 71.81, and Lexie Yrkoski of DCS placed 7th with a time of 72.13.


In the 800m run, Schack of DCS placed 2nd with a time of 2:40.19, Brenna Deterding of Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 2:44.76, Grace Andrews of Arapahoe placed 4th with a time of 2:50.06, Yrkoski of DCS placed 5th with a time of 2:53.15, and Marlene Ortega of DCS placed 8th with a time of 3:53.40.


In the 1600m run, Andrews of Arapahoe placed 2nd with a time of 6:30.86, Harris of Cambridge placed 4th with a time of 6:33.12, and Irmia Cramer of Cambridge placed 6th with a time of 9:19.17.


In the 3200m run, Andrews of Arapahoe placed 2nd with a time of 14:16.33.


In the 100m hurdles, Jalen Kent of Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 18.04, Emma Acton of Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 18.75, Emma Strand of Arapahoe placed 6th with a time of 19.60, and Brooklyn Holtze of Cambridge placed 7th with a time of 19.69.



In the 300m hurdles, Kent of Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 55.59, Acton of Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a time of 56.76, Emma Baldeh of DCS placed 5th with a time of 57.28, Sawyer Vrbas of Wauneta-Palisade placed 6th with a time of 57.28, Addalyn Einspahr of Wauneta-Palisade placed 7th with a time of 58.78, and Strand of Arapahoe placed 8th with a time of 58.89.


In the 4x100m relay, DCS placed 1st with a time of 52.83 and was run by Baldeh, Riley, Alyssa Schneider, and Spargo. Southwest placed 3rd with a time of 54.27 and was run by Van Pelt, Truksa, Bryn Lampe, and Anatasia Gallegos. Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a time of 56.18 and was run by Acton, Parrish, Einspahr, and Doetker. Cambridge placed 5th with a time of 57.65 and was run by Holtze, Joslyn Holtze, Katie Fegley, and Farr.


In the 4x400m relay, DCS placed 2nd with a time of 4:34.22 and was run by Yrkoski, Schack, Schneider, and Spargo. Cambridge placed 3rd with a time of 4:41.02 and was run by Deterding, Fegley, Farr, and Harris. Arapahoe placed 3rd with a time of 4:45.52 and was run by McCune, Strand, Andrews, and Farner. Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a time of 4:50.29 and was run by Lillian Dinnel, Einspahr, Holthus, and Parrish. Southwest placed 6th with a time of 4:51.05 and was run by Van Pelt, Caitlyn Adams, Truksa, and Lampe.


In the 4x800m relay, Cambridge placed 2nd with a time of 11:53.72 and was run by Harris, Fegley, Jensyn Weiss, and Deterding. Southwest placed 3rd with a time of 12:44.00 and was run by Adams, Kyra Nelms, Anikka Nelms, and Aubrie Seybold. Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a time of 12:50.49 and was run by Ansley Bartels, Holthus, Saviana Carrizales, and Dinnel.



In shot put, Peyton Cox of Wauneta-Palisade placed 1st with a throw of 36'5.5", Kennedy Bailey of DCS placed 2nd with a throw of 34'4.75", Atleigh Nelms of Southwest placed 4th with a throw of 31'0", GraCee Goings of Wauneta-Palisade placed 5th with a throw of 30'10.5", Brylyn SPringer of Cambridge placed 6th with a throw of 30'10.25", and Elisabeth Kubik of Cambridge placed 8th with a throw of 28'7.75".


In disucs, Bailey of DCS placed 1st with a toss of 123'3", Goings of Wauneta-Palisade placed 3rd with a toss of 103'4", Springer of Cambridge placed 4th with a toss of 97'2", Kubik of Cambridge placed 5th with a toss of 86'8", Cox of Wauneta-Palisade placed 6th with a toss of 85'10", Danica Ervin of Cambridge placed 7th with a toss of 84'2", and Nelms of Southwest placed 8th with a toss of 83'0".



In high jump, Truksa of Southwest placed 2nd with a jump of 4'8", J. Holtze of Cambridge placed 3rd with a jump of 4'8", Erin Johnson of Cambridge placed 4th with a jump of 4'6", Weiss of Cambridge placed 5th with a jump of 4'6", Adams of Southwest placed 6th with a jump of 4'6", Vrbas of Wauneta-Palisade placed 7th with a jump of 4'6", and Acton of Wauneta-Palisade placed 8th with a jump of 4'4".


In pole vault, Gallegos of Southwest placed 3rd with a vault of 8'0" and Deterding of Cambridge placed 5th with a vault of 7'0".


In long jump, Kent of Cambridge placed 1st with a jump of 15'6.5", Bailey of DCS placed 2nd with a jump of 14'2", Farner of Arapahoe placed 3rd with a jump of 14'1", Doetker of Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a jump of 13'7", J. Holtze of Cambridge placed 6th with a jump of 13'3", B. Holtze of Cambridge placed 7th with a jump of 13'1", and Molly Elliott of Arapahoe placed 8th with a jump of 12'7.5".


In triple jump, Kent placed 1st with a jump of 32'6", Parrish of Wauneta-Palisade placed 2nd with a jump of 31'10.25", Lampe of Southwest placed 3rd with a jump of 30'1", Dinnel of Wauneta-Palisade placed 4th with a jump of 29'11.75", B. Holtze of Cambridge placed 5th with a jump of 29'10.5", Johnson of Cambridge placed 7th with a jump of 28'4", and Strand of Arapahoe placed 8th with a jump of 28'1".


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