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Boys 4 th , Girls 6 th at St. Paul Track Invitational
Boys 4 th , Girls 6 th at St. Paul Track Invitational
Mike Bechtold
Monday, April 01, 2019

The Chanticleer track teams got their outdoor track season started this past Friday at the annual St. Paul invitational.  The boys finished fourth in the 9-team field with a total of 88 points which was just 2 points out of third. “I was pleasantly surprised with the way our boys performed”, Coach Derry Trampe stated.  “We graduated a lot of seniors last year and we are a fairly young squad this year so it was nice to get off to a good start.” St. Paul ran away with the team title by scoring 164 points with Minden as the runner-up with 111 points.  Centura just edged the Chants for third with 90 points. Rounding out the team scoring were: Ravenna (66), Burwell (58), Hastings St. Cecilia (57), Central City (12), and Palmer (8).

The girls scored 52 points to finish 6th in the 9-team field.  “We have a lot of young girls on our team and we need to develop a little as the season goes on”, Trampe said.  “We were missing Payton Hackel due to an injury and that kept our point total down but I don’t think we would have moved up in the team standings if she had been healthy.”  Hastings St. Cecilia won the meet with 122 points while St. Paul finished as the runner-up with 109 points. Rounding out the team scoring were: Burwell (99), Central City (93.5), Centura (85), Minden (47), Ravenna (32.5), and Palmer (22).

The boys had two individual champions in the meet that scored eight places.  Colton Rowse won the 3200-meter run and Hayden Grint took the title in the discus.  Rowse won the race in a time of 10:54.99 and Grint won the discus with a personal best toss of 134’ 2”.  “Both Hayden and Colton got off to a great start with their performances in this meet”, Trampe noted. “They posted very good marks for this early in the season and I look for a lot of good things from them this season.”  Silver medals were won by Jaden Reilly in the 100-meter dash (11.92), Jesus Loya in the shot put (44’ 5”), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Colton Rowse, Zach Smith, Johnny DeRiso, and Tyson Skinner (9:07.91). “Jesus set a personal best in the shot put by nearly 4 feet and that is just incredible”, Coach Trampe said.  “I was also really happy with how Jaden ran in the 100 he got out of the blocks well and held his speed throughout the race. Also, the relay was a pleasant surprise because we have 3 new members on that relay this year.” Colton Rowse brought home the lone third place medal with his finish in the 1600-meter run. Rowse finished the metric mile in a time of 5:05.50.  Fourth place medals were won by Zach Smith in the 1600-meter run (5:06.10), Clayton Thomsen in the 300 IH (45.79), Quinton Ries in the triple jump (38’ 9.5” PB), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Quinton Ries, Tyson Skinner, and Riley Warner (3:45.62). Quinton Ries added a 5th place finish in the pole vault with a personal best vault of 12’ 0”.  Sixth place medals went to Mitchell Knapp in the 110 HH (18.00 PB), Quinton Ries in the long jump (18’ 11.5”), and the 4 X 100 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Riley Warner, Tommy Stevens, and Solomon Campise (48.12).  Picking up 7th place points were Tommy Stevens in the 100-meter dash (12.19) and Mitchell Knapp in the high jump (5’ 2”).  Eighth place points were earned by Calen Pollard in the 3200-meter run (12:11.51) and Clayton Thomsen in the 110 HH (18.40).

The highest place finishes for the girls’ team were third place finishes.  Kloe Severance finished third in the 1600-meter run in a time of 5:55.53. Severance teamed up with Delaney Cargill, Abby Jacobs, and Abbi Stethem in the 4 X 800 relay to finish third in a time of (11:04.79).  “Kloe had a really good day on the track for us”, Coach Trampe noted. “The relay team also had a good day and just got caught at the tape for the second place medal. We ran well but we just came up a little short.”  Fourth place medals were won by Morgan Ritz in the 3200-meter run (14:13.04), Cierra Vanosdall in the long jump (14’ 1”), and Kailey Bruha in the pole vault (7’ 6”). Fifth place medals were won by Abbi Stethem in the 800-meter run (2:43.34) and Cierra Vanosdall in the 100 HH (18.89).  Sixth place medals went to Allie Moudry in the shot put (32’ 6”), Kailey Bruha in the long jump (13’ 8”), Abby Jocobs in the triple jump (28’ 11” PB), the 4 X 100 relay team of Kaylee Klanecky, Emma Biskeborn, Cierra Vanosdall, and Kailey Bruha (57.51), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Emma Biskeborn, Abbi Stethem, Kloe Severance, and Kailey Bruha (4:44.06).  Eighth place points were earned by Cierra Vanosdall in the 300 LH (55.38) and Reilly Peetz in the high jump (4’ 6” PB).

Additional Ord results from the meet are as follows:  Girls:  100-meter dash—Kaylee Klanecky (15.05), Katie Magiera (15.36), Leah Westberg (15.59), Lucy Trejo (17.03); 200-meter dash—Emma Biskeborn (30.02), Alexis Nelson (30.96), Katie Magiera (32.19), Savannah Lawrence (36.92); 400-meter dash—Abbi Stethem (74.76), Emma Biskeborn (75.11), Delaney Cargill (76.49), Hailee Smith (87.13); 800-Meter Run—Abby Jacobs (2:57.58), Delaney Cargil (2:57.97), Hailee Smith (3:33.32); 1600-Meter Run—Maddie Bengston (6:40.17), Morgan Ritz (6:55.62), Macy Warner (6:55.64); 3200-Meter Run—Macy Warner (14:53.60); 300-meter LH—Leah Westberg (68.14); High jump—Alexis Nelson (4’ 2”); Long jump—Leah Westberg (13’ 4.5”); Shot put—Deja Timmerman (23’ 7.5” PB), Brianna Nelson (23’ 5”); Discus—Allie Moudry (71’ 3”), Brianna Nelson (65’ 9”), Lexi Haglan (53’ 3”).  Boys:  100-meter dash—Carter Griffith (13.10), Lukas Kucera (13.86); 200-meter dash—Tommy Stevens (24.91), Kaden Nickels (26.66), Gage Racek (27.27), Dayton Vanosdall (28.92); 400-meter dash—Bentley Reilly (61.74), Treyton Casell (64.17), Jacob Stamm (67.10); 800-meter run—Johnny DeRiso (2:20.95), Bentley Reilly (2:28.19), Trevor Vancura (2:45.61); 1600-meter run—Blake Wells (5:33.89), Calen Pollard (6:04.04); 3200-meter run—Sam Schmer (13:28.13); 300-meter IH—Mitchell Knapp (47.00 PB), Max Colin (52.53); High Jump—Tyson Skinner (5’ 2”), Bronson Blair (MOH 4’ 10”); Pole Vault—Zach Smith (10’ 6”), Blake Wells (10’ 0”); Long jump—Solomon Campise (17’ 7.5”), Riley Warner (17’ 3” PB); Triple Jump—Trevor Vancura (36’ 7” PB), Pedro Negrete (33’ 9.25”); Shot put—Hayden Grint (39’ 5”), Alex Flessner (30’ 7.5”); Discus—Jesus Loya (110’ 6” PB), Riley Setlek (97’ 9” PB).