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    Golfers Earn Trip To State

    The Chant golf team finished as district runner up and advances to state in Kearney next Tuesday.

    Results

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    Girls 1 st , Boys 2 nd at C-9 District Track Meet

    Nine Girls and Seven Boys Qualify for State Meet

    The Ord High School track teams had a great district meet this past Thursday at the C-9

    District Meet. With Burwell as the host for the meet, the Chants were able to bring home a

    championship plaque in the girls division and a runner-up plaque in the boys. "We really had a

    good meet all the way around", Coach Derry Trampe said. "Our girls were a dominating team

    and our boys had their best showing of the season. I am very proud of the way our kids

    performed. The hard work they put in this season really paid off for them in the end." The boys

    scored 126 points to claim the runner up spot in the 8-team field. Ainsworth won the meet with

    161 points. Burwell was a distant third with 60 points. Rounding out the team scoring were:

    Elgin Public/Pope John (53), West Holt (48), Neligh-Oakdale (39), Clearwater/Orchard (23),

    Niobrara-Verdigre (17).

    The girls won 10 events and scored in all 17 events on their way to scoring 168 points and

    claiming the team championship. Clearwater/Orchard was a distant second with 105 points. "I

    don't ever remember our team scoring in all events at a meet," Coach Trampe stated. "That is

    what probably impressed me the most with our girls. It was really a complete team effort."

    Rounding out the team scores were: West Holt (69), Elgin Public/Pope John (52), Ainsworth

    (50), Burwell (42), Neligh-Oakdale (39), and Niobrara-Verdigre (2).

    The top two individuals and the winning relay teams qualify for the state meet from district

    competition. The Chanticleer girls had 9 girls qualify for the state meet in 11 different events.

    Winning district championships were Kate Grint in the shot put (40' 1") and discus (128' 4"),

    Morgan Alexander in the pole vault (10' 0") and 1600 (5:40.7), Grace Racek in the 200 (27.2),

    Zoe Ritz in the 3200 (12:41.7), Jordan Kuck in the 300 LH (48.2), the 4 X 100 relay team of

    Andrea Carson, Kately DeRiso, Grace Racek, and Jordan Kuck (52.5), the 4 X 400 relay team of

    Andrea Carson, Morgan Alexander, Ashley Carson, and Jordan Kuck (4:15.5), and the 4 X 800

    relay team of Morgan Alexander, Zoe Ritz, Ali Smith, and Andrea Carson (10:23.6). Finishing

    second and qualifying for state in the 400 in a time of 63.3 was Andrea Carson. Third place

    medals went to Grace Racek in the 100 (13.3), Ashley Carson in the 400 (66.0), Zoe Ritz in the

    800 (2:30.4), Maddie Hagge in the discus 102' 2"), Jordan Kuck in the long jump (15' 4.5"), and

    Cora Svoboda in the pole vault (9' 8"). Fourth place medals were earned by Ali Smith in the 800

    (2:35.1) and pole vault (8' 6"), Cora Svoboda in the 300 LH (53.0), Maddie Hagge in the shot put

    (30' 6"), and Danielle Bruha in the high jump (4' 10"). Delani Fahey brought home a fifth place

    medal in the 800 (2:41.9) while Cora Svoboda finished fifth in the 100 HH in a new personal

    best time of 17.7 seconds). Maddie Hagge rounded out the scoring for the Chants with a 6 th place

    finish in the triple jump with a leap of 31' 0".

    The Chanticleer boys won three events and finished second in four individual events to

    qualify seven boys in seven events. Trevin Kruml and Kaden Dawe won individual titles in the

    100-meter dash and the pole vault respectively. Kruml qualified for the finals in 11.5 seconds

    and then won the finals race in a time of 11.7. Dawe won the pole vault with a jump of 11' 2".

    After winning the vault, Dawe advanced the bar to 12' 6" and had three good attempts but did not

    clear the height. The other gold medal went to the 4 X 100 relay team of Garrett Bundy, Ethan

    Thomsen, Reggie McKenney, and Trevin Kruml. The quartet won the race in a time of 45.8.

    Individuals that finish second also qualify for the state meet and included Trevin Kruml in the

    200 in a personal best time of 23.9, Jordan Coufal in the 300 IH in a personal best time of 41.7,

    Garrett Bundy in the long jump (19' 0"), and Clark Bredthauer in the high jump (5' 11"). The 4

    X 400 relay team of Cade Svoboda, Ethan Thomsen, Reggie McKenney, and Jordan Coufal

    finished second with a season best time of 3:36.7. The 4 X 800 relay team of Robbie Peterson,

    Noah Jensen, Nate Wells, and Jesse Ulrich also finished second in a time of 8:42.7. Neither

    team was able to advance to state on time. Third place medals were won by Cade Svoboda in the

    400 in a personal best time of 54.4, Robbie Peterson in the 1600 (4:56.9), and Jordan Coufal in

    the 110 HH in a personal best time of 16.9. Earning fourth place medals were Cade Svoboda in

    the 200 with a personal best time of 24.5, Reggie McKenney in the 400 (55.5), Nate Wells in the

    1600 (4:58.2) and Austin Knapp in the 110 HH with a personal best time of 17.2. Fifth place

    finishes went to Ethan Thomsen in the 400 (55.5), Jesse Ulrich in the 800 (2:10.9), Ethan Jeffres

    in the 3200 (11:24.8), Colin Koehlmoos in the 110 HH with a personal best time of 18.2, and

    Austin Knapp in the 300 IH (44.4). Finishing sixth were Garrett Bundy in the 100 with a

    personal best time of 11.8, Christapher White in the 3200 (11:51.3), Landon Rogers in the discus

    with a personal best toss of 131' 0", and Jonathan Lawrence in the long jump (18' 1.5").

    Additional Ord results are as follows (PB indicates a personal best performance): Girls:

    100—Kelli DeRiso 14.2, Kathleen Deaver 18.1; 200—Danielle Bruha 30.6, Lakita Thomsen

    31.7; 400—Lara Schmidt 68.8 (PB); 1600—Jessica Buckles 6:37.9, Rebecca Fischer 7:07.1; 100

    HH—Cierra Vanosdall 19.1/18.6 (PB); 300 LH—Cierra Vanosdall 55.3 (PB); Shot Put—Kora

    Severance 26' 1"; Discus—Lily Farrens 72' 0"; Long Jump—Tina Li 13' 10" (PB), Lydia Hill 13'

    3" (PB); Triple jump—Jessica Buckles 30' 11.5" (PB), Delani Fahey 27' 8.5"; High jump—Susie

    Vavra MOH 4' 4", Abby Hysell MOH 4' 4". Boys: 100—Jaden Reilly 12.3; 200—Gavin

    Trompke 25.2/25.3 (PB); 800—Torben Thal 2:2:16.8, Kyler Peetz 2:21.6 (PB); 1600—Harrison

    Benton 5:15.6; 3200—James Masin 11:54.2; 300IH—Colin Koehlmoos 48.8; Shot put—Landon

    Rogers 40' 6", Garret Haggerty 39' 4", Barrett Boden 39' 8.5" (PB); Discus—Garret Haggerty

    SCR 3 times; Hayden Grint 98' 6"; Long jump—Tim White 17' 3" (PB); Triple jump—Stirling

    Tonniges 35' 3", Clayton Shoemaker 34' 1"; High Jump—Colin Koehlmoos MOH 5' 4", D. J.

    Schatz MOH 5' 4"; Pole Vault—Nate Wells MOH 9' 6" Solomon Campise MOH 9' 0".

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    Golfers Win At Fullerton

    Colton Zulkoski fired a season-low one over par 73 and propelled the Chants to another championship at the Fullerton Invitational.  The Chants shot a 315 to best Humphrey St. Francis by 7.  Battle Creek shot a 325 for third.

    Coach Mike Bechtold said the Chants had to step it up to get past the field on a perfect day.

    “This meet included 5 or more teams that will head to state, so it was no cake walk,” Bechtold said, “It took a great effort from Zulk and the same consistency from everyone else to get this done.”

    Ord’s team score was one of the top ten all time at the meet and Zulkoski’s score put him in the top ten all time as well.

    “We weren’t too far from the record performance at this meet, a score of 302, which coincidentally is also held by the Ord team of 2006.”

    Zulkoski’s effort was good enough for the second place medal at the meet.  Trevor Kosch of St. Francis set the meet record with a 68.

    “Colton has gotten into his groove and at just the right time.”

    Tanner Bundy shot a season-low 77 to take 4th.  Brady Rogers shot 82 for 14th.  Ethan John shot 83 for 15th and Cy Trofholz shot 88 for the Chants.

    “Bundy has really been improving throughout the year and is now finding out just how good he can be,” Bechtold said, “It seems to be coming together for him.”

    Bechtold said the team continued a yearlong theme at the meet.

    “We haven’t had all five guys play really well on the same day yet this year,” Bechtold said, “When you can do that and still win, it’s great, but I believe we need to put it all together if we want to finish the year the way we think we can.”

    The Chants have only District golf and State remaining should they qualify.

     

    Chants Win Dual with ALC

    The Chant golf team won a dual with Arcadia/Loup City on the Ord Golf Course last Monday.  The Chants shot a  161 to ALCs 198.  The JV meet ended in an Ord victory as well with a score of 202-223.

    Ethan John lead the Chants with a 37.  He was followed by Cy Trofholz with a 39, Tanner Bundy with a 42, Caden Johnson with 43 and Brooks Bechtold with 46.

    Grant Lewandowski was ALCs low score with a 43. 

    The JV team score consisted of Riley Massmans 48, Abby Maline’s 49, Ethan Ries 51, Shay Holm 54 and Zoe Dabney shot 79.

    Coach Mike Bechtold said he was pleased with his team’s scores.

    “Today was a little peek toward the future as we had some kids with less experience play and they stepped up with some dec

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    Girls 2 nd , Boys 3 rd at Lou-Platte Conference Track Meet

    Girls set One Meet Record and One School Record

    held in Hastings last Thursday. On a beautiful day for a track meet Morgan Alexander set a new

    school record in the pole vault as she cleared 10' 0" to win the event. Alexander combined with

    Zoe Ritz, Ali Smith, and Andrea Carson to win the 4 X 800 relay in a new Lou-Platte conference

    meet record time of 9:53.81. "Our girls had a very good day on the track as well as in the field",

    Coach Derry Trampe stated. "The 3200 relay not only set a meet record, they also established

    the top time in Class C so far this season. They are really running well right now and Morgan

    just continues to get stronger and stronger in the vault. This is a great confidence builder

    heading into the district meet." In the team race the Chanticleer girls finished 2 nd with 89 points

    which was just 5 points behind Adams Central (94). "Our girls had a good day and really scored

    more than I thought we would but Adams Central had a little better day and put together some

    pretty good relays at the end of the meet", Trampe said. Rounding out the team scores were:

    Wood River (69), Kearney Catholic (67), Centura (53), Arcadia-Loup City (50), St. Paul (44),

    Ravenna (25), Doniphan-Trumbull (19), and Gibbon (17).

    great day based on the entries heading into the meet", Trampe said. "Looking at the entries it

    looked like we should get 6 th or 7 th in the meet but our boys came through with some quality

    performances to finish in a close race for the third place spot. I am really proud of the way they

    competed on the day." Adams Central ran away with the team title scoring 179 points while

    Kearney Catholic was a distant second with 64 points. Rounding out the team scores were:

    Centura (52), St. Paul (44), Doniphan-Trumbull (38), Arcadia-Loup City (37), Gibbon (34),

    Ravenna (21), and Wood River (4).

    Peterson finished second in the 1600 as he was just nipped at the tape for the conference

    championship. Peterson's time of 4:53.23 was his fastest time of the season. The 4 X 400 relay

    team of Cade Svoboda, Ethan Thomsen, Reggie McKenney, and Jordan Coufal also finished

    second in a season best time of 3:39.01. Third place medals were won by Nate Wells in the 1600

    in a personal best time of 4:55.12, Jordan Coufal in the 110 HH (18.09/17.58), and the 4 X 800

    relay team of Robbie Peterson, Noah Jensen, Nate Wells, and Jesse Ulrich in a season best time

    of 8:41.27. Fourth place medals went to Jordan Coufal in the 300 IH (43.06) and the 4 X 100

    relay team of Garrett Bundy, Ethan Thomsen, Reggie McKenney, and Trevin Kruml (46.23).

    Fifth place medals were earned by Austin Knapp in the 300 IH in a personal best time of 43.78,

    Harrison Benton in the triple jump (37' 9.25"), Clark Bredthauer in the high jump (6' 0"), and

    Kaden Dawe in the pole vault (11' 6"). Sixth place went to Jesse Ulrich in the 800 (2:11.19),

    Austin Knapp in the 110 HH (18.32/17.71), Landon Rogers with a personal best toss in the

    discus of 128' 1", and Garrett Bundy in the long jump (18' 6').

    Alexander in the 1600 in a time of 5:32.72 and Jordan Kuck in the 300 LH with a time of 48.35.

    Second place medals were won by Jordan Kuck in the 400 with a personal best time of 62.36,

    Zoe Ritz in the 3200 (12:23.54), Kate Grint in the shot put (39' 7.5"), and the 4 X 400 relay team

    of Andrea Carson, Morgan Alexander, Ashley Carson, and Jordan Kuck (4:13.60). Kate Grint

    added a third place finish in the discus with a toss of 125' 6". Fourth place medals went to Grace

    Racek in the 200 (28.05/27.64) and Danielle Bruha in the high jump with a personal best jump of

    5' 0". The 4 X 100 relay team of Andrea Carson, Katelyn DeRiso, Grace Racek, and Jordan

    Kuck finished fifth in a time of 53.50. Zoe Ritz finished sixth in the 800 in a personal best time

    of 2:30.00.

    100—Grace Racek 13.68, Kelli DeRiso 15.02, Lakita Thomsen 15.37; 200—Danielle Bruha

    31.02, Lara Schmidt 30.50 (PB); 400—Ashley Carson 65.49 (PB), Andrea Carson 65.70;

    800—Ali Smith 2:30.17, Delani Fahey 2:41.41; 1600—Jessica Buckles 6:6:37.52, Rebecca

    Fischer 7:36.64; 100 HH—Cora Svoboda 18.85, Cierra Vanosdall 20.01; 300 LH—Cora

    Svoboda 52.53, Cierra Vanosdall 56.22 (PB); Shot Put—Kora Severance 27' 0.5", Maddie Hagge

    32' 4"; Discus—Maddie Hagge 100' 4", Lily Farrens 83' 10"; Long Jump—Jessica Buckles 12'

    1", Lydia Hill 12' 2.5", Tina Li 12' 7.75"; Triple jump—Maddie Hagge 30' 6.5", Jessica Buckles

    29' 7", Delani Fahey 28' 9.25"; High jump—Susie Vavra MOH 4' 6", Abby Hysell MOH 4' 6";

    Pole Vault—Cora Svoboda 8' 6", Ali Smith 8' 6". Boys: 100—Trevin Kruml 12.15/12.25,

    Garrett Bundy 12.26, Mike Kohlhepp 12.89; 200—Trevin Kruml 24.51/24.45, Cade Svoboda

    25.17, Gavin Trompke 25.74; 400—Ethan Thomsen 55.34, Reggie McKenney 55.50, Cade

    Svoboda 55.67; 800—Torben Thal 2:21.08, Clayton Shoemaker 2:26.47; 1600—Kyler Peetz

    5:36.66; 3200—Ethan Jeffres 11:41.52, Christapher White 12:20.36, James Masin 12:28.60;

    110HH—Colin Koehlmoos 18.93; 300IH—Colin Koehlmoos 46.98 (PB); Shot put—Landon

    Rogers 38' 8.75", Garret Haggerty 40' 6.5", Barrett Boden 35' 4"; Discus—Garret Haggerty 114'

    2", Hayden Grint 109' 8" (PB); Long jump—Johnny Lawrence 16' 9.5", Tim White 15' 11.5"

    (PB); Triple jump—Stirling Tonniges 35' 6" (PB), Stetson Bredthauer 31' 8"; High Jump—Colin

    Koehlmoos 5' 4", Jesse Ulrich MOH 5' 4"; Pole Vault—Nate Wells 10' 6", Solomon Campise

    MOH 10' 0".

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  • Ord Wrestling to Bring in Two National Champion Clinicians

    The Ord wrestling team will be holding a 2 day commuter wrestling camp to kick off the summer on June 3rd and 4th.  The clinicians will be UNK's Romero Cotton and Destin McCauley.  Both wrestlers were Division 2 National Champions this past season.  Cotton is a rare 3 time National Champion Wrestler.  Cotton was a 4 time Kansas State Champion and McCauley was a 5 time Minnesota State Champion.  Among other accolades, McCauley also owns a win over Hunter Stieber of Ohio State.  The camp will be held in the new gym for grades K-12.  The cost is only $35.  If you would like a shirt, they are an extra $15 and Coach Swedburg needs t-shirt sizes and camp registrations by May 26th.  Walk-ins are welcome but you will not be able to receive a t-shirt.  This is a great opportunity to learn from some of the best wrestlers in not only Nebraska but also the Nation.  The camp flyer is attached to this event summary.

    Camp Information and Sign Up

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