Boys Finish Third

The Ord High School track and field teams competed in the LouPlatte Conference meet this past Friday in Loup City.  The Chanticleer girls had an outstanding day as they won the conference team title.  “Our girls really had a good day”, Coach Derry Trampe stated.  “We had a lot of good things happen on the day and were able to hold on and claim a team title.  Our long and triple jumpers really had a great day as Journi Moran and Lexi Vancura finished 1st and 2nd in the long jump respectively.  Right after the long jump they put together another great effort in the triple jump and finished 1st and 3rd.  Those two girls scored 34 out of our 85 points in the meet.  That was really a great way for us to start the meet.”  The chants scored 85.3 points to just edge St. Paul for the team title.  The Wildcats scored 81 points to finish as the meet runner-up.  Doniphan-Trumbull and Wood River finished 3rd and 4th respectively with 73.3 and 70.3 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were: Central City (65), Centura (57), Arcadia-Loup City (43), Gibbon (30), and Ravenna (22).

Centura won the team title in the boys’ portion of the meet with 113 points.  St. Paul finished second with 98 points.  The Chants scored 71 points to finish in third.  “I thought our boys had a really good day at conference”, Coach Trampe said.  “We had a lot of personal best performances and we competed really well.  I had us figured to finish in third if we competed well and we did.  I am really proud of the way all of our kids competed.”  Rounding out the team scores were: Doniphan-Trumbull (62), Wood River (52), Central City (46), Ravenna (36), Gibbon (28), and Arcadia-Loup City (21).

The girls were led by first place finishes from Journi Moran and Kloe Severance.  Journi was a double gold medal winner on the day as she won the long jump with a personal best jump of 16’ 8” and the triple jump with a leap of 34’ 4.75”.  Kloe won the 1,600-meter run again this week in a time of 5:47.20 to dominate the field.  “Journi had her best day as a Chanticleer”, Trampe noted.  “She simply jumped great all day.  I am really proud of her attitude and the way she competes.  Kloe was her usual self as she led from start to finish in the 1,600 to win the event.  She has been a steady force for us all season.”  Second place medals went to Lexi Vancura with a personal best effort in the long jump of 16’ 7.75” and the 4 x 800 relay team of Kloe Severance, Delaney Cargill, Abby Jacobs, and Lexi Vancura in a season best time of 10:32.50.  Third place medals were won by Delaney Cargill in the 1,600 in a personal best time of 6:04.28, Payton Hackel in the 100-meter high hurdles (16.68), and Lexi Vancura in the triple jump with a personal best jump of 33’ 4.25”.  Picking up fourth place medals were Macy Warner in the 3,200 (13:50.11), Britta Deden in the 100 HH (16.70), Allie Moudry in the shot put (34’ 10”), Kaidence Wilson in the high jump (4’ 6”), and the 4 X 100 relay team of Journi Moran, Kaidence Wilson, Marin Reily, and Britta Deden (53.10).  Sixth place medals were won by Abby Jacobs in the 800 (2:39.68 PB), Brookelyn Fox in the pole vault (7’ 0”), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Britta Deden, Delaney Cargill, Kaidence Wilson, and Kloe Severance (4:35.34).

While the boys did not win an event at the conference meet, they had several outstanding performances on the day and recorded 13 personal best performances.  Second place medals went to Hayden Kluthe in 110 HH (15.43 PB), Blake Hinrichs in the triple jump (40’ 4” PB), Blake Wells in the pole vault (12’ 0”0, and the 4 X 400 relay team of Owen Lane, Zach Smith, Hayden Kluthe, and John DeRiso (3:35.00).  Third place medals were won by Owen Lane in the 400 (52.28), Zach Smith in the 800 (2:05.34), and Jacob Stamm in the shot put (46’ 1” PB).  Finishing in fourth place were John DeRiso in the 400 (52.91 PB), Calen Pollard in the 3200 (11:43.03) and the 4 X 800 relay team of Calen Pollard, Talan Bruha, Jace Geiser, and Blake Hinrichs (9:42.08).  Fifth place medals were won by Zach Smith in the 400 (53.81 PB) and Talan Bruha in the triple jump (38’ 8.5”).  Sixth place awards were won by John DeRiso in the 200 (24.47/24.37), Clayton Thomsen in the 110 HH (17.57 PB) and 300 IH (44.59), Will Grint in the discus (127’ 6”), and the 4 X 100 relay team of Carter Griffith, Evan Thomsen, John DeRiso, and Owen Lane (47.30).

Other Ord results from the meet are as follows: Girls: 100—Journi Moran (14.19), Riylie Bruha (15.54), Bailey Setlik (15.62 PB); 200—Kaidence Wilson (29.45), Alexis Nelson (33.29), Riylie Bruha (33.88); 400—Maggie Fisher (68.40 PB), Shaylee Thomsen (70.83 PB), Koryn Klein (75.566); 800—Maggie Fisher (2:52.82), Piper Whited (2:56.11); 1600—Macy Warner (5:16.85); 100 HH—Jocelyn Hinrichs (19.69); 300 LH—Britta Deden (53.21), Jocelyn Hinrichs (54.41 PB); Shot Put—Marin Reilly (SCR 3 times), Vickie Ference (30’ 9”); Discus—Marin Reilly (92’ 6”), Allie Moudry (92’ 1”), Lucy Trejo (77’ 0”); Long jump—Jocelyn Hinrichs (13’ 3.5”); Triple Jump—Jocelyn Hinrichs (29’ 10.5”); High Jump—Alexis Nelson (MOH 4’ 4”); Pole Vault—Piper Whited (6’ 6”).  Boys: 100—Carter Griffith (12.76), Aidan Ryschon (12.84); 200—Evan Thomsen (25.73), Treyton Cassell (26.56); 800—Jace Geiser (2:29.60, Blake Wells (2:36.25); 1,600—Calen Pollard (5:22.58 PB), Braden Bruha (6:16.03); 100 HH—Adam Knapp (19.99 PB); 300IH—Hayden Kluthe (45.55), Owen Lane (45.48 PB); Shot put—Will Grint (38’ 10”), Sam Boettcher (33’ 6”); Discus—Riley Setlik (107’ 0”), Sam Boettcher (Scr 3 times); Long Jump—Gage Racek (18’ 8”), Talan Bruha (18’ 7.25”), Blake Hinrichs (17’ 0.25”); Triple Jump—Hayden Kluthe (37’ 1.5”); High Jump—Bronson Blair (5’ 6” PB); Pole Vault—Jace Geiser (10’ 0” PB), Aidan Ryschon (10’ 0” PB).