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At Louplatte Track and Field Meet

The high school track and field teams hosted the Louplatte conference track and field meet on Friday, April 9 at Bussell Park.  The home track must have given the Chants an advantage as they claimed the top spot in the girls’ team race while the boys finished as conference runner-up.  “I though going in we had a chance to win the girls title and I knew our boys would be one of the top two teams”, Coach Derry Trampe said.  “Our girls have done well all season, so I expected a lot of good things out of them today, but they exceeded my expectations in a lot of areas.  It is always nice when you do better than you plan.  Our boys also had a very good meet. St. Paul just has some fast kids, and they can score a lot of points in the short track races.  That is where they were able to put some distance between us and them.”  The Chanticleer girls scored 103 points to win the meet by 26 points over Wood River (77).  Arcadia-Loup City was a very close third with 76 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were: Doniphan-Trumbull (57), Central City (50), Centura (44), Ravenna (28), and Gibbon (26).

Like the girls, the boys also score 103 points on the day.  St. Paul finished 29 points ahead of the Chants with 132 points.  Centura was distant third with 66 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were: Wood River (52), Gibbon (46), Central City (43), Ravenna (31), Doniphan Trumbull (28), and Arcadia-Loup City (26).

Blake Wells was the only individual champion for the Chanticleer boys as he won the pole vault with a jump of 13’ 0”.  Earning silver medals in the meet were John DeRiso in the 800 (2:06.25), Calen Pollard in the 1600 (5:00.65 PB) and 3200 (10:49.78 PB) and Will Grint in the shot put (47’ 6.5”).  Third place awards went to Owen Lane in the 800 (2:12.45), Hayden Kluthe in the 110 HH (16.86), Sam Boettcher in the discus (137’ 3”) and the 4 X 400 relay team of John DeRiso, Ryan Gabriel, Calen Pollard, and Owen Lane (3:37.16 SB).  Scoring fourth place points were John DeRiso in the 400 (52.35), Garret Severance in the 1600 (5:08.75 PB), Hayden Kluthe in the 300 IH (46.65), Sam Boettcher in the shot put (43’ 10.5”), Gage Kolar in the pole vault 99’ 6”) and the 4 X 800 relay team of Garret Severance, Braden Bruha, Grady Moudry, and Elijah Pollard (9:30.71 SB).  Fifth place medals were won by Owen Lane in the 400 (53.20), Jacob Stam in the sot put (43’ 8”), Will Grint in the discus (124’ 8”), Dylan Hurlburt in the long jump (18’ 10”) and the 4 X 100 relay team of Owen Lane, John DeRiso, Dylan Hurlburt, and Gage Racek (46.22 SB).  Sixth place awards went to Elijah Pollard in the 1600 (5:11.79 PB), Blake Hinrichs in the long jump (18’ 6” PB) and Dylan Hurlburt in the triple jump (38’ 1.5” PB).

On the girl’s side of the meet, the Chants had several gold medal performances on the day.  Britta Deden brought home three gold medals as she won the 200 (27.17), 100 HH (16.73) and the 300 LH (49.15).  Also earning gold medals were Journi Moran in the long jump (16’ 5.75”) and Lexi Vancura in the triple jump (34’ 2”).  Vancura, Moran, and Deden teamed up with Kaidence Wilson to finish second in the 4 X 100 relay in a time of 52.17.  Brookelyn Fox also added a second place finish in the pole vault with a jump of 8’ 0”.  Third place medals were won by Piper Whited in the 1600 (6:14.90) and Lexi Vancura in the long jump (16’ 4.25”) and high jump (4’ 8”).  Fourth place medals were won by Allie Moudry in the shot put (33’ 5.5”) and Journi Moran in the triple jump (33’ 1”).  Fifth place awards went to Nikie Nelson in the 400 (64.93 PB), Jocelyn Hinrichs in the 300 LH (52.78 PB), Kaidence Wilson in the high jump (4’ 8”) and the 4 X 800 relay team of Piper Whited, Allie Miller, Izzy Jeffres, and Macy Warner (11:32.52).  Sixth place went to Macy Warner in the 3200 (14:08.65), Marin Reilly in the shot put (32’ 4.5”), Allie Moudry in the discus (102’ 5” PB), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Nikie Nelson, Brookelyn Fox, Macy Warner, and Marin Reilly (4:44.31).

Additional Ord Results: Girls: 100 meter dash—Brookelyn Fox 14.64, Allie Miller 15.54, Rilynn Veskerna 17.31; 200 meter dash—Kaidence Wilson (28.67), Nikie Nelson 29.27 PB; 400 meter dash—Marin Reilly 71.13; 800 meter run—Elisabeth Bengston 4:04.84; 1600—Izzy Jeffres 6:51.43; 100 meter HH—Jocelyn Hinrichs 18.21 PB, Linnea Clemens 20.63 PB; 300 meter LH—Linnea Clemens 53.75 PB; Shot put—Juls Gonzales 27’ 4.5”; Discus—Marin Reilly 97’ 7”, Bailey Setlik 85’ 9” PB; Long Jump—Shaylee Thomsen 13’ 9”; Triple Jump—Jocelyn Hinrichs 31’ 11”; Pole Vault—Piper Whited 6’ 6”; Linnea Clemens 7’ 0” PB.  Boys: 100 meter dash—Gage Racek 12.17, Dylan Hurlburt 12.50, Dayton Vanosdall 13.02; 200 meter dash—Ryan Gabriel 25.75, Trent McCain 26.26, Maddox Bennett 29.33; 400 meter dash—Ryan Gabriel 56.85 PB; 800 meter run—Braden Bruha 2:39.77; 3200 meter run—Brodie Klimek 12:03.51 PB, Jericho Smith 12:32.90 PB; Discus—Cainan Rogers 113’ 4”; Long jump—Talan Bruha 17’ 11.5”; Triple jump—Blake Hinrichs 38’ 1”, Talan Bruha 37’ 3”; High Jump—Garret Severance MOH 5’ 0”; Pole Vault—Elliot Baker 8’ 0” PB.