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Boys 7th, Girls 9th at Broken Bow Invitational
Boys 7th, Girls 9th at Broken Bow Invitational
Mike Bechtold
Tuesday, April 09, 2019

The Chanticleer track teams competed in the annual Broken Bow Invitational this past Friday and had a good day despite not scoring a lot of points.  “I thought our kids really competed well in the meet, we just did not score a lot of points because it is such a strong meet”, Coach Derry Trampe stated.  “We had a lot of personal and season best performances but it was hard to pick up any medals.” In the team race the girls tied for 9th place in the 10-team meet.  The girls scored 22 points in the meet to tie with Alliance for 9th place.  McCook won the meet with 75.5 points while O’Neill was second with 68 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were Kearney Catholic (67), Cozad (62), Gothenburg (60), Scottsbluff (51), Broken Bow (49.5), and Holdrege (49).

The boys scored 27 points to finish 7th in the field of 10 teams.  McCook ran away with the team title with 143 points while Kearney Catholic was a distant second with 90 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were: Scottsbluff (83), Holdrege (46), Gothenburg (42), Alliance (38), Cozad (25), O’Neill (22), and Broken Bow (11).

The girls brought home two silver medals from the meet with the 3200-meter relay and Payton Hackel.  Hackel finished second in the 100-meter high hurdles in a time of 17.12 in her first meet of the season.  “It was nice to have Payton back for at least one race in this meet”, Coach Trampe said. “She is coming off an injury and we are going to work her back into competition slowly and make sure we can keep her healthy for the rest of the season.”  The 4X800 relay team of Kloe Severance, Delaney Cargill, Macy Warner, and Abbi Stethem finished second in a time of 11:06.67. “I was really happy for the relay team because they have really been working hard all season and their times are starting to come down”, Trampe said.  Kloe Severance added a 4th place finish in the 1600-meter run with a season best time of 5:52.26.  Cierra Vanosdall and Kailey Bruha added sixth place medals for the team. Vanosdall earned her medal in the 100-meter high hurdles with a personal best time of 18.28.   Bruha recorded a season-best performance in the pole vault with a vault of 8’ 8” to earn her medal.

The 4X800 relay team of Colton Rowse, Zach Smith, Johnny DeRiso, and Tyson Skinner finished second to record the highest finish of the day for the Chants.  The team recorded a season-best time of 8:58.73 to earn their medal. “I am really happy with the kids on this relay” Trampe said. “They continue to get better every week because they really work hard in practice.”  Third place medals were won by Colton Rowse in the 3200-meter run and the 4X400 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Colton Rowse, Tyson Skinner, and Riley Warner. Rowse recorded a time of 11:03.54 and the relay team turned a season-best performance of 3:42.24 for their medal.  Clayton Thomsen added a 4th place medal in the 300-meter IH in a time of 45.51.  Zach Smith added a fifth place finish in the 1600-meter run in a time of 5:03.65.  Bringing home 6th place medals for the Chants was the 4X100 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Riley Warner, Tommy Stevens, and Solomon Campise.  The quartet recorded a time of 46.71 to earn the place.

Additional Ord results from the meet are as follows:  Girls:  100-meter dash—Kaylee Klanecky (14.68), Katie Magiera (14.63 PB), Leah Westberg (14.95 PB); 200-meter dash—Kailey Bruha (28.54/29.13), Katie Magiera (30.93 PB), Savannah Lawrence (35.93 PB); 400-meter dash—Emma Biskeborn (73.15), Kaylee Klanecky (76.50); 800-Meter Run—Abbi Stethem (2:42.75), Delaney Cargil (2:55.99); 3200-Meter Run—Macy Warner (15:18.17); 300-meter LH—Cierra Vanosdall (54.63); 4X100 Relay—Kaylee Klanecky, Emma Biskeborn, Cierra Vanosdall, Alexis Nelson (56.79); 4X400 Relay—Abbi Stethem, Emma Biskeborn, Kloe Severance, Kailey Bruha (4:42.20); High jump—Reilly Peetz (4’ 6”), Alexis Nelson (4’ 2”); Long jump—Kailey Bruha (13’ 3”), Cierra Vanosdall (13’ 9.5”), Leah Westberg (12’ 7.5”); Shot put—Deja Timmerman (24’ 6” PB), Lexi Haglan (20’ 11”), Lucy Trejo (18’ 7”); Discus—Deja Timmerman (59’ 3”), Lucy Trejo (58’ 7”), Lexi Haglan (66’ 2” PB).  Boys:  100-meter dash—Jaden Reilly (11.86), Tommy Stevens (12.03 PB), Lukas Kucera (13.89); 200-meter dash—Solomon Campise (25.04), Carter Griffith (26.96), Dayton Vanosdall (29.52); 400-meter dash—Bentley Reilly (60.67), Treyton Casell (62.37 PB), Kaden Nickels (59.63 PB); 800-meter run—Johnny DeRiso (2:21.51), Bentley Reilly (2:24.11 PB); 1600-meter run—Blake Wells (5:29.26 PB); 3200-meter run—Calen Pollard (12:01.76 PB); 300-meter IH—Max Colin (53.78); High Jump—Tyson Skinner ( MOH 5’ 2”), Bronson Blair (MOH 5’ 2”); Pole Vault—Zach Smith (10’ 8”), Blake Wells (MOH 10’ 8”), Tommy Stevens (MOH 10’ 8”); Long jump—Solomon Campise (17’ 11.75”), Riley Warner (17’ 7” PB), Gage Racek (16’ 5”); Triple Jump—Gage Racek (34’ 2.5”), Pedro Negrete (32’ 0”), Max Colin (32’ 4”); Shot put—Hayden Grint (44’ 0.5” PB), Jacob Stam (35’ 9.5”), Will Grint (31’ 3”); Discus—Hayden Grint (136’ 2” PB), Jacob Stam (91’ 8”), Will Grint (91’ 7”).