The Ord 9/10 track teams competed in the Broken Bow 9/10 meet on Tuesday, May 4 and had another successful day.  The girls were able to bring home a runner-up finish while the boys finished fifth in the 7-team meet.  “Overall we had a really good day”, Coach Derry Trampe stated.  “We won several events and we had a lot of personal best performances.  We had limited numbers at the meet because we had some of our younger athletes unavailable due to meet limitations.”  The girls score 122.5 points to finish just behind St. Paul (132) for the team title.  Broken Bow was third with 95 points.  Rounding out the field were: Ravenna (60), Centura (18), Anselmo-Merna (8), and Ansley-Litchfield (0.5).

The boys scored 37 points in the meet to finish in fifth place.  Broken Bow won the meet with 155.5 points while St. Paul was the runner up with 152 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were Centura (75), Ansley-Litchfield (60.5), Ravenna (11), and Anselmo-Merna (6).

The girls won eight events on the day.  Jocelyn Hinrichs won two individual events as she won the 100 HH (18.50 PB) and the triple jump (31’ 9.5” PB).  Also winning individual events were Britta Deden in the 200 (27.00), Valeria Chacon in the 1600 (6:59.70), Kaidence Wilson in the high jump (4’ 10” PB), Piper Whited in the pole vault (7’ 8” PB), and Lexi Vancura in the long jump (15’ 6”).  The Chants also won the 4 X 100 relay in a time of 56.60 and 4 X 400 relay in a time of 4:29.90.  Members of the 4 X 100 team were Jocelyn Hinrichs, Koryn Klein, Piper Whited, and Shaylee Thomsen.  Members of the 4 X 400 team included Britta Deden, Kaidence Wilson, Lexi Vancura, and Maggie Fisher.  Second place medals were won by Piper Whited in the 800 (2:45.70 PB) and Britta Deden in the high jump (4’ 6”).  Brookelyn Fox finished third in the pole vault with a personal best vault of 7’ 2”.  Fourth place medals went to Maggie Fisher in the 400 (67.70 PB) and Shaylee Thomsen in the long jump (13’ 0” PB).  Riylie Bruha finished fifth in the 200 in a personal best time of 31.60.  Bruha also finished 6th in the 100 in a time of 15.30 and Valeria Chacon added a sixth place finish in the 800 in a time of 3:11.20. 

While the boys did not win any events in the meet, they had several good performances on the day.  Evan Thomsen finished 6th in the 100 (12.30) and 4th in the 200 (25.20 PB).  Adam Knapp finished 4th in the 110 HH (19.20 PB) and 6th in the high jump (4’ 10”).  Dylan Hurlburt finished 4th in the high jump with a jump of 5’ 2”.  Aidan Ryschon was 6th in the pole vault with a vault of 7’ 8”.  Cainan Rogers finished 5th in the shot put (37’ 3”) and 4th in the discus (106’ 5”).  Trent McCain finished fifth in the discus with a toss of 101’ 0”.  The 4 X 100 relay team of Adam Knapp, Evan Thomsen, Trent McCain, and Aidan Ryschon finished third with a time of 48.40.  The 4 X 400 relay team of Evan Thomsen, Dylan Hurlburt, Aidan Ryschon, and Adam Knapp finished second in a time of 3:51.70.

Other results from the meet are as follows:  Girls:  100—Madison Trejo (16.80); 200—Madison Trejo (36.80 PB); 400—Shaylee Thomsen (73.90), Brookelyn Fox (79.50 PB); Shot Put—Bailey Setlik (26’ 4” PB), Koryn Klein (24’ 3.5”), Rachel Simpson (18’ 9”); Discus—Bailey Setlik (69’ 0"), Koryn Klein (67’ 8”), Rachel Simpson (37’ 10”). Boys:  100—Aidan Ryscon (12.50), Jaden Sanders (13.90); 200—Trent McCain (26.20 PB), Jaden Sanders (31.60); 400—Jaden Sanders (66.81); 800—Diego Chacon (2:39.90 PB), Braden Bruha (3:04.70); 1600—Braden Bruha (5:57.00), Diego Chacon (5:58.00 PB); Shot Put—Trent McCain (36’ 3"), William Skibinski (32’ 2.5”); Discus—William Skibinski (87’ 8"); Long Jump—Braden Bruha (14’ 2”), Jaden Sanders (12’ 6”).