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Boys Third, Girls Fourth at Ord Invitational
Boys Third, Girls Fourth at Ord Invitational
Mike Bechtold
Monday, April 29, 2019

The Ord High School track and field teams hosted their home invite this past Friday and finished 3rd in the boys’ team race and 4th in the girls.  “I felt like we competed really well in our home meet”, Coach Derry Trampe said. “We had 26 personal best performances on the day and we scored well in a lot of events.  I was very happy with the way we performed considering that we have had a lot of meets in the past 2 weeks. It will be nice to have just one meet a week so our kids can get their legs under them as we finish out the season.”  In the boys team race Adams Central won the team title with 171 points while St. Paul finished as runner-up with 156 points. The Chants scored 92 points to finish third while Arcadia-Loup City was 4th with 73 points and Central City was fifth with 32 points.  Arcadia-Loup City took the girls team title with 157 points while Adams Central was second with 123 points.  St. Paul finished third with 99.5 points and the Chants scored 89.5 points for 4th place.  Central City rounded out the scoring and finished fifth with 54 points.

The girls had two individual champions in the meet with Kloe Severance winning the 1600-meter run in a time of 5:44.73 and Payton Hackel won the 300-meter low hurdles in a time of 50.29.  Second place medals were won by Payton Hackel in the 100-meter high hurdles (16.37/16.45), Kailey Bruha in the pole vault (9’ 0”), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Kloe Severance, Delaney Cargill, Abby Jacobs, Abbi Stethem (10:45.68).  Third place medals went to Kailey Bruha in the 200 (28.93/28.81) and Allie Moudry in the shot put (34’ 0” PB). Fourth place medals went to Abbi Stethem in the 800 (2:38.65 PB), Cierra Vanosdall in the 100 HH ( PB) and the 300 LH (52.55 PB), Kailey Bruha in the long jump (15’ 2”), the 4 X 100 relay team of Katie Mageria, Emma Biskeborn, Cierra Vanosdall, and Payton Hackel (55.02), the 4 X 400 relay team of Payton Hackel, Emma Biskeborn, Kloe Severance, and Kailey Bruha (4:32.64), and the 8 X 100 relay team of Deja Timmerman, Lucy Trejo, Lexi Haglan, Allie Moudry, Hayden Grint, Riley Setlik, Jacob Stam, and Jesus Loya (2:03.92).  Fifth place medals were won by Morgan Ritz in the 1600 (6:19.17), Macy Warner in the 3200 (14:24.07 PB), and Abby Jacobs in the triple jump (28’ 8”). Sixth place went to Delaney Cargill in the 800 (2:47.24), Maddie Bengston in the 1600 (6:22.62 PB), Cierra Vanosdall in the long jump 14’ 7.5”), and Reilly Peetz in the high jump (4’ 2”).

Zach Smith was the lone gold medal winner for the Chanticleer boys.  Smith won the pole vault with a height of 11’ 0”. Second place medals went to Jaden Reilly in the 400 (53.04 PB), Zach Smith in the 1600 (4:54.04), Hayden Grint in the discus (136’ 7”), Blake Wells in the pole vault (10’ 6” PB), the 4 X 400 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Austin Trejo, Tyson Skinner, and Riley Warner (3:41.67), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Colton Rowse, Riley Warner, Tyson Skinner, and Zach Smith (8:47.51).  Third place medals were won by Colton Rowse in the 3200 (11:07.02) and the 4 X 100 relay team of Jaden Reilly, Riley Warner, Kaden Nickels, and Mitchell Knapp (47.01). Fourth place finishes were picked up by Jaden Reilly in the 100 (11.73/11.99), Mitchell Knapp in the 300 IH (44.36 PB), and Jesus Loya in the shot put (44’ 0”). Fifth place medals were won by Austin Trejo in the 200 (25.17/25.17), Tyson Skinner in the 800 (2:15.50), Clayton Thomsen in the 300 IH (45.34), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Kaden Nickels, Johnny DeRiso, Zach Smith, and Solomon Campise (3:52.92).  Sixth place went to Riley Warner in the 400 (55.57 PB), Johnny DeRiso in the 188 (2:16.12 PB) and Mitchell Knapp in the 110 HH (18.11/17.56 PB) and high jump (5’ 2”).

Additional results for the teams are as follows:  Girls:  100—Kaylee Klanecky (14.41/14.47), Katie Magiera (14.59), Leah Westberg (14.74), Savannah Lawrence (16.49 PB); 200—Katie Magiera (31.03), Kaylee Klanecky (31.43), Hailee Smith (35.17 PB); 400—Emma Biskeborn (70.71), Kaylee Klanecky (72.97), Hailee Smith (81.20), Savannah Lawrence (82.98); 800—Abby Jacobs (2:50.99); 1600—Macy Warner (6:45.63); 300 LH—Leah Westberg (58.42); Shot Put—Jianna Grooms (28’ 7.5”), Deja Timmerman (24’ 3.5”), Lexi Haglan (20’ 10.5”), Lucy Trejo (20’ 5.5”); Discus—Allie Moudry (86’ 10”), Jianna Grooms (74’ 8”), Lexi Haglan (69’ 3” PB), Deja Timmerman (65’ 6”), Lucy Trejo (32’ 5”); Long Jump—Abby Jacobs (14’ 5” PB), Leah Westberg (13’ 9”).  Boys:  100—Tommy Stevens (12.04/12.78), Austin Trejo (12.21), Solomon Campise (12.49), Garret Kluthe (13.61 PB), Lukas Kucera (13.70), Dayton Vanosdall (14.10); 200—Solomon Campise (25.28/25.51), Gage Racek (27.40), Garret Kluthe (28.31), Lukas Kucera (28.62), Dayton Vanosdall (30.27); 400—Austin Trejo (55.76), Kaden Nickels (59.31); 1600—Blake Wells (5:30.10), Calen Pollard (5:41.36), Trevor Vancura (6:00.48 PB); 3200—Calen Pollard (12:13.93), Sam Schmer (13:28.48); 110 HH—Clayton Thomsen (18.09/17.88 PB); 300 IH—Max Colin (52.22); 4 X 100 relay—Carter Griffith, Gage Racek, Clayton Thomsen, and Johnny DeRiso (50.46); Shot Put—Hayden Grint (41’ 6”), Jacob Stam (37’ 4.5”), Riley Setlik (34’ 6” PB), Alex Flessner (31’ 10” PB), Will Grint (30’ 1”); Discus—Jesus Loya (109’ 5”), Riley Setlik (104’ 4” PB), Jacob Stam (89’ 9”), Alex Flessner (82’ 7” PB), Will Grint (85’ 0”); Long jump—Gage Racek (17’ 7.5” PB), Solomon Campise (17’ 0.5”), Carter Griffith (15’ 0.5” PB); Dayton Vanosdall (SCR. 3 times); Triple jump—Gage Racek (34’ 5.5”), Trevor Vancura (33’ 6”), Max Colin (31’ 2”), Bronson Blair (30’ 7”); High Jump—Tyson Skinner (5’ 0”), Bronson Blair (5’ 0”); Pole vault—Tommy Stevens (9’ 0”).