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RPAC Girls Track Results as of 5/19



And just like that, the 2024 track season has come to an end. What a year for track and field. Across all classes (A-D) there were a total of 44 state records broken this season. Holy smokes. Let's dive into our final results blog for this season.

State Track, 5/17-5/18

Read the first-day recap blog by clicking here and the second-day recap blog here.


We will start with Class C results. 

Alma was the only school that competed in Class C and Tierston Moore and Kamryn Scott both qualified.


In the 800m run, Scott ran a time of 2:29.65.


In the 100m hurdles, Moore made the finals and ran a time of 15.52 which placed her 7th.


In the 300m hurdles, Moore just missed a medal as she finished in 9th with a time of 47.35.




Now, let's shift to Class D results. 

Arapahoe, Bertrand, Cambridge, Dundy County Stratton, Hitchcock County, Maywood-Hayes Center, Medicine Valley, Paxton, Southern Valley, Southwest, Wallace, and Wauneta-Palisade all qualified athletes.


Southern Valley went on to claim the 2024 NSAA State Track and Field Runner-up title.


In the 100m dash, Adi Hunt of Southern Valley set a new state and state meet record with her prelim time of 12.30 to head to finals with the fastest qualifying time and Clara Spargo of DCS also made the finals. 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. Hunt went on to be named the state runner-up with a time of 12.41 and Spargo placed 8th as she pulled up within the first 30 meters of the race due to an apparent injury but walked the rest of her race to claim her medal and point for her team. The injury happened in the 100m dash finals so it only impacted the finals of that race and the 200m dash finals.



In the 200m dash, Hunt of Southern Valley earned a gold medal with her time of 25.27. Kylie Rose of Medicine Valley placed 6th with a time of 26.71 and Spargo of DCS walked her 200m dash final to claim her medal and point for her team. Reese Tines of Hitchcock County also ran a time of 27.44 but didn't make the finals.


In the 400m dash, 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 800m run, Shelby Schoene of Bertrand placed 4th with a time of 2:26.56 and Addison Richards of MHC placed 6th with a time of 2:27.06. Harris of Cambridge ran a time of 2:28.42 and Brenna Deterding of Cambridge ran a time of 2:30.16.



In the 1600m run, Ashley Robertson fought back from behind the back to PR by nearly 20 seconds to be named the State Champion by 0.01. Ashley ran a time of 5:28.68. Caylie Softley of MHC ran a time of 5:51.03, Kaley Sauser of Wallace ran a time of 5:52.05, and Jacelyn Jorgensen of Paxton ran a time of 5:53.74.


In the 3200m run, 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 100m hurdles, Kendyl Flaming of Wallace was named the State Runner-up with a time of 15.33 which bettered her own school record. 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 300m hurdles, Flaming of Wallace placed 6th with a time of 46.84. Heapy of Medicine Valley ran a time of 50.56.


In the 4x100m relay, 4x100m relay, DCS was crowned the State Runner-up with a time of 51.09 and was run by Emma Baldeh, Kayana Riley, Alyssa Schneider, and Spargo. Wauenta-Palisade ran a time of 53.51 and was run by Emma Acton, Cheynne Parrish, Izabelle Stehno, and McKenna Doetker. Cambridge ran a time of 54.17 and was run by Brooklyn Holtze, Joslyn Holtze, Harris, and Jalen Kent.

In the 4x400m relay, MHC placed 4th with a time of 4:10.08 which was run by Blayklee Farr, Reagan Stengel, Ellie Broz, and Richards. Wallace ran a time of 4:19.60 and was run by Mariana Aceves-Lopez, Dajana Garrison, Ryleigh Hanson, and Flaming. Arapahoe ran a time of 4:19.62 and was run by Peyton Sich, Andrews, Ruby McCune, and Farner. Cambridge ran a time of 4:27.54 and was run by Deterding, Jensyn Weiss, Kent, and Harris.


In the 4x800m relay, MHC placed 3rd with a new co-op record time of 9:59.92 and was run by Stengel, Karissa Stengel, Softley, and Richards. Wallace placed 7th with a time of 10:26.25. Paxton placed 14th with a time of 10:57.49 and was run by Jaleigh Hansen, Ella Fote, Natalie Jorgensen, and J. Jorgensen.


In pole vault, 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 Schoene who vaulted 9'0" and placed 8th.


In discus, 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 long jump, Hunt of Southern Valley was crowned the State Champion after she jumped 17'11.5" on her first jump. 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 Farr of MHC jumped 15'7.5".


In high jump, Ann Bose of Southern Valley was the State Champion with a jump of 5'2" and Weiss of Cambridge tied for 7th with a jump of 5'0". Heapy of Medicine Valley also competed as she cleared 4'8", Erin Johnson of Cambridge jumped 4'8", and Lillian Dinnel of Wauenta-Palisade competed but didn't clear opening height.


In shot put, Peyton Cox of Wauneta-Palisade placed 3rd with a throw of 39'6.25" and Holm of Paxton placed 7th with a throw of 37'6.75". Bailey of DCS threw 36'1.75" and Reece Glinn of Paxton threw 36'1.5".


In triple jump, Carlson of Hitchcock County placed 8th with a jump of 34'7.5". Kent of Cambridge jumped 32'1.25".




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