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Track Teams Complete Busy Week of Meets
Track Teams Complete Busy Week of Meets
Mike Bechtold
Monday, April 22, 2019

The Ord High School track and field teams had a busy week last week competing in three meets over a four-day period.  “Our kids really had a busy week this past week”, Coach Derry Trampe stated. “We tried to space the kids out in events and give them a chance to recover but it is still a tough task to compete that close together.  We showed a little wear and tear by the end of the week but I thought our kids really competed well throughout the week. We have a pretty good group of kids this year and we are making really good progress.” The Chanticleers hosted a 9/10 invitational on Monday, traveled to O’Neill on Tuesday, and finished up with the West Holt invitational on Thursday.  A recap of each of the meets is presented below.

Team scores for the 9/10 invitational were as follows:  Girls—Boone Central/Newman Grove (164), St. Paul (136), Central City (72), Centura (51), Ravenna (49), and Ord (36).  Boys—St. Paul (144), Boone Central/Newman Grove (135.5), Ord (84), Ravenna (74), Centura (50.5), and Central City (25).  Place winners for the Chanticleer girls were as follows: First place—Leah Westberg in the long jump (14’ 5.25” PB); Second place—Allie Moudry in the shot put (32’ 5.5”) and discus (93’ 6” PB); Fourth place—Leah Westberg in the 300-meter LH (58.59); Sixth place—Leah Westberg in the 100 (14.74), Macy Warner in the 800 (2:57.11), and Abby Jacobs in the long jump (12’ 7.5”).  Place winners for the boys were as follows: First place—Quinton Ries in the pole vault (10’ 6”) and the 4 X 800 relay team of Johnny DeRiso, Blake Wells, Treyton Cassell, and Bentley Reilly (9:47.51); Second place—Calen Pollard in the 3200 (11:49.98) and Zach Smith in the pole vault (10’ 6”); Third place—Johnny DeRiso in the 800 (2:23.26), Riley Setlik in the discus (101’ 0”), and Jacob Stam in the shot put (37’ 11” PB); Fourth place—Bentley Reilly in the 800 (2:23.54), Blake Wells in the 1600 (5:29.53), Gage Racek in the triple jump (35’ 3” PB), Blake Wells in the pole vault (9’ 0”), the 4 X 100 relay team of Carter Griffity, Gage Racek, Pedro Negrete, and Kaden Nickels (50.90), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Kaden Nickels, Johnny DeRiso, Treyton Cassell, and Blake Wells (4:09.48); Fifth place—Will Grint in the discus (91’ 1”) and Gage Racek in the long jump (16’ 9.5” PB); Sixth place—Kaden Nickels in the 200 (26.31 PB), Calen Pollard in the 1600 (5:35.29 PB), and Riley Setlik in the shot put (32’ 11” PB).  Additional results for the chants are as follows: Girls—100: Hailee Smith (16.77), Savannah Lawrence (17.03); 200: Leah Westberg (31.58), Savannah Lawrence (35.89 PB), Hailee Smith (38.01); 400: Hailee Smith (80.97 PB), Savannah Lawrence (81.54 PB); 1600: Macy Warner (6:43.36 PB); Shot Put: Lucy Trejo (20’ 8.5” PB); Discus: Lucy Trejo (51’ 2”).  Boys—100: Gage Racek (12.99), Carter Griffith (13.03 PB), Lukas Kucera (13.69), Dayton Vanosdall (14.03); 200: Carter Griffith (26.72 PB), Lukas Kucera (28.36), Dayton Vanosdall (29.88); 400: Johnny DeRiso (59.69), Kaden Nickels (60.19), Bentley Reilly (61.06), Treyton Cassell (62.29 PB); 800: Treyton Cassell (2:41.31); 1600: Sam Schmer (6:01.41); 300 IH: Max Colin (51.45 PB); Shot Put: Will Grint (31’ 1”), Alex Flessner (30.65); Discus: Jacob Stam (85’ 8”), Alex Flessner (79’ 3” PB); Long Jump: Carter Griffith (15’ 0.25”), Bronson Blair (14’ 0”), Dayton Vanosdall (Scr. 3 times); Triple Jump: Max Colin (31’ 7”), Bronson Blair (30’ 8.5” PB), Pedro Negrete (30’ 2.5”); High Jump: Bronson Blair (4’ 10”), Pedro Negrete (MOH 4’ 6”); Pole Vault: Tommy Stevens (8’ 0”).

Team scores from the O’Neill Invitational are as follows:  Girls—O’Niell (126), Ainsworth (121), Ord (93), West Holt (73), Valentine (57), Boyd County (48), Ainsworth JV (5), O’Neill JV (1).  Boys—Ord (160), O’Neill (102), West Holt (86), Valentine (70), Ainsworth (58), Boyd County (50).  Place winners for the boys’ team were as follows: First place—Zach Smith in the 1600 (4:54.61) and Quinton Ries in the long jump (18’ 11.5”); Second place—Jaden Reilly in the 100 (11.83) and 400 (55.08), Colton Rowse in the 3200 (11:04.16), Clayton Thomsen in the 110 HH (18.07), Jesus Loya in the shot put (45’ 1” PB), Hayden Grint in the discus (127’ 7”), Quinton Ries in the triple jump (37’ 8”), the 4 X 100 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Riley Warner, Tommy Stevens, and Mitchell Knapp (46.54), the 4 X 400 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Quinton Ries, Tyson Skinner, and Riley Warner (3:44.80), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Colton Rowse, Zach Smith, Riley Warner, and Tyson Skinner (8:53.17); Third place—Tommy Stevens in the 200 (24.56 PB), Zach Smith in the 800 (2:13.31 PB), Colton Rowse in the 1600 (4:55.44 PB), and Clayton Thomsen in the 300 IH (45.52); Fourth place—Tommy Stevens in the 100 (12.01), Mitchell Knapp in the 110 HH (18.24) and 300 IH (46.23), Jesus Loya in the discus (113’ 9”), Solomon Campise in the long jump (17’ 8”), and Quinton Ries in the pole vault (11’ 6”); Fifth place—Austin Trejo in the 200 (24.98) and 400 (57.71), Tyson Skinner in the 800 (2: 14.42 PB), Riley Warner in the long jump (17’ 6.75”), Mitchell Knapp in the high jump (5’ 4”), and Zach Smith in the pole vault (11’ 0” PB); Sixth place—Hayden Grint in the shot put (38’ 5.75”).  Place winners for the girls’ team were as follows: First place—Kloe Severance in the 1600 (5:45.19), Kailey Bruha in the pole vault (9’ 0”), the 4 X 400 relay team of Payton Hackel, Emma Biskeborn, Kloe Severance, and Kailey Bruha (4:31.71), the 4 X 800 relay team of Kloe Severance, Delaney Cargill, Abby Jacobs, and Abbi Stethem (10:47.81); Second place—Payton Hackel in the 300 LH (51.50), Allie Moudry in the shot put (33’ 11” PB) and discus (91’ 1”), and Reilly Peetz in the high jump (4’ 4”); Third place—Abbi Stethem in the 400 (70.82 PB) and Payton Hackel in the 100 HH (16.95); Fourth place—Emma Biskeborn in the 400 (71.69) and Morgan Ritz in the 3200 (14:20.88); Fifth place—Kailey Bruha in the 200 (28.55) and Abbi Stethem in the 800 (2:44.56); Sixth place—Delaney Cargill in the 400 (73.54), Morgan Ritz in the 1600 (6:21.60) and Cierra Vanosdall in the 300 LH (54.11). Additional results for the team are as follows: Boys:  100—Solomon Campise (12.42); 200—Solomon Campise (25.61); 400—Solomon Campise (58.98 PB); 800—Trevor Vancura (2:47.74); Shot put—Riley Setlik (33’ 2.5” PB); Discus—Riley Setlik (102’ 6” PB); Triple jump—Trevor Vancura (33’ 10.75”); High Jump—Tyson Skinner (5’ 2”); Pole Vault—Tommy Stevens (8’ 6”).  Girls:  100—Emma Biskeborn (14.34), Kaite Magiera (14.52 PB), Kaylee Klanecky (14.75); 200—Katie Magiera (30.75 PB), Kaylee Klanecky (31.07); 800—Abby Jacobs (2:50.97), Delaney Cargill (2:51.36); 1600—Maddie Bengston (6:29.27); 100 Meter HH—Cierra Vanosdall (18.58); 4 X 100 relay—Kaylee Klanecky, Emma Biskeborn, Cierra Vanosdall, Payton Hackel (DNF); Shot Put—Deja Timmerman (24’ 3”), Lexi Haglan (22’ 10.5” PB); Discus—Deja Timmerman (66’ 6” PB), Lexi Haglan (58’ 7”); Long Jump—Kailey Bruha (13’ 7”), Cierra Vanosdall (13’ 0.25”), Abby Jacobs (12’ 10.75” PB); Triple Jump—Abby Jacobs (28’ 0.75”).

Team scores from the West Holt Invitational are as follows:  Girls—Battle Creek (99), Ainsworth (80), North Central (64), Burwell (59), O’Neill (56), West Holt (54), Ord (46), Stuart (40), Sandhills-Thedford (16), Valentine (13).  Boys—North Central (107), Ord (69), Ainsworth (64), Burwell (61.5), West Holt (54.25), Battle Creek (45), Sandhills-Thedford (41), Valentine (39.25), O’Neill (34), Stuart (12).  Medal winners for the girls’ team are as follows: First place—Kloe Severance in the 1600 (5:43.09); Second place—Kailey Bruha in the pole vault (8’ 4”); Third place—Payton Hackel in the 100 HH (16.77) and 300 LH (49.75), Allie Moudry in the shot put (33’ 7”), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Kloe Severance, Delaney Cargill, Abby Jacobs, and Abbi Stethem (10:59.17); Fifth place—the 4 X 400 relay team of Payton Hackel, Emma Biskeborn, Kloe Severance, and Kailey Bruha (4:28.50); Sixth Place—Abbi Stethem in the 800 (2:46.07), Macy Warner in the 3200 (14:50.90), and the 4 X 100 weight person relay team of Deja Timmerman, Lucy Trejo, Lexi Haglan, and Allie Moudry (66.72).  Medal winners for the boys’ team are as follows: First place—Jesus Loya in the shot put (47’ 3” PB) and Hayden Grint in the discus (145’ 1” PB). Second place—Jesus Loya in the discus (134’ 10” PB). Third place—Jaden Reilly in the 400 (53.26 PB), the 4 X 100 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Riley Warner, Tommy Stevens, and Mitchell Knapp (46.63), the 4 X 800 relay team of Colton Rowse, Zach Smith, Riley Warner, and Tyson Skinner (8:55.58), and the freshman 4 X 100 relay team of Gage Racek, Carter Griffith, Dayton Vanosdall, and Treyton Cassell (52.33). Fourth place—Zach Smith in the 1600 (4:59.55), Hayden Grint in the shot put (42’ 0”), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Austin Trejo, Tyson Skinner, and Riley Warner (3:42.02).  Fifth place—Tommy Stevens in the 200 (24.79/24.74), Austin Trejo in the 400 (56.22), Tyson Skinner in the 800 (2:14.42), Clayton Thomsen in the 300 IH (44.00 PB), and Quinton Ries in the long jump (19’ 8.5” PB). Sixth place—Zach Smith in the pole vault (11’ 0”). Additional results for the team are as follows: Girls:  100—Katie Magiera (14.71), Kaylee Klanecky (15.02), Savannah Lawrence (False Start); 200—Kailey Bruha (28.70/29.31), Katie Magiera (31.01), Hailee Smith (35.46 PB); 400—Abbi Stethem (70.96), Emma Biskeborn (71.45), Delaney Cargill (72.32); 800—Abby Jacobs (2:50.76 PB), Delaney Cargill (2:50.82); 1600—Morgan Ritz (6:27.39), Maddie Bengston (6:30.80); 100 HH—Cierra Vanosdall (18.40); 300 LH—Cierra Vanosdall (53.62 PB); 4 X 100 Relay—Kaylee Klanecky, Emma Biskeborn, Cierra Vanosdall, Payton Hackel (55.88); Shot put—Deja Timmerman (25’ 5” PB), Lexi Haglan (23’ 2.5” PB); Discus—Allie Moudry (85’ 1”), Lucy Trejo (56’ 9”), Lexi Haglan (52’ 7”); Long jump—Kailey Bruha (14’ 7.5”), Cierra Vanosdall (14’ 0”), Abby Jacobs (14’ 3” PB); Triple jump—Abby Jacobs (30’ 9” PB); High jump—Reilly Peetz (4’ 4”).  Boys:  100—Tommy Stevens (12.29/12.20), Garret Kluthe (14.16), Lukas Kucera (14.26); 200—Solomon Campise (25.22), Pedro Negrete (27.22 PB); 400—Kaden Nickels (59.28 PB); 800—Johnny DeRiso (2:16.48 PB), Bentley Reilly (2:20.59); 1600—Blake Wells (5:34.45), Trevor Vancura (6:00.73); 3200—Calen Pollard (11:56.29), Sam Schmer (13:14.58 PB); 110 HH—Mitchell Knapp (18.38), Clayton Thomsen (18.60); 300 IH—Mitchell Knapp (44.90 PB), Max Colin (52.38); Shot Put—Jacob Stam (36’ 4”); Discus—Riley Setlik (95’ 9”); Long jump—Riley Warner (18’ 2” PB), Solomon Campise (17’ 9.75”); Triple jump—Quinton Ries (36’ 3”), Trevor Vancura (34’ 8.5”), Gage Racek (33’ 6.5”); High Jump—Mitchell Knapp (5’ 4”), Tyson Skinner (5’ 0”), Bronson Blair (5’ 0”); Pole Vault—Quiinton Ries (10’ 6”), Blake Wells (10’ 0”); 4 X 100 Weight relay—Hayden Grint, Will Grint, Alex Flessner, and Jesus Loya (55.88).