SHS track qualifies five for state meet

 


The Superior High school track and field teams played host for the rescheduled Superior Invitational, Tuesday, April 30. Inclement weather had caused the meet to be postponed. The number of participating teams was truncated because of scheduling issues. The Superior girls team finished in first place, with 259 points, in the three team field of Lawrence-Nelson and Sandy Creek. The boys were in first place, with 215 points, in the field of Lawrence-Nelson, Sandy Creek and Bruning-Davenport-Shickley.

The Wildcats competed for places at the state championship at the District C-7 meet at Sandy Creek Thursday. The girls team finished in first place, with 102 points, in the 10 team field of Hastings St. Cecilia, Doniphan-Trumbull, Wilber-Clatonia, Sutton, Tri County, Sandy Creek, Thayer Central, Fillmore Central and Exeter-Milligan-Friend. The boys finished in 10th place with seven points.

The Superior girls team will send five members to the meet at Omaha. The boys did not have any qualifiers.

Superior girls dominated the 100 meter dash at the Superior Invite. Khloe Mundorf was in first place, Sadie Cornell took second. Madison Heusinkvelt was in fourth place. Ariana Heusinkvelt held fifth place. Jordan Duncan was in seventh place. Neveah Wilhelms and Trinity Cordis ran preliminary heats but did not advance. Mundorf was in first place in the 200 meter dash. Ava Kirchhoff grabbed third place. Duncan was in fourth. Lauren Tietjen, Cayce Barry, Wilhelms, and Cordis also participated.

Halle Bargen listed second place in the 400 meter dash. Maddi Bargen followed in third place. Kirchhoff nailed fifth place while Reagan Meyers was in sixth place.

Olivia Smullins was in second place in the 100 meter hurdles. Cora Schnakenberg nabbed third place with M. Bargen in fourth place.

Schnakenberg was first to cross the finish line in the 300 meter hurdles. Smullins finished in second place.

The Superior D 4 x 100 meter relay team took first place. The C team was second. The B team was in fourth.

The Superior A 4 x 100 meter relay team of M. Bargen, Smullins, Schnakenberg and H. Bargen took top honors.

Meyers topped the field in the high jump with Barry following in second place.

Duncan took first, Butler held second and Tietjen was in third place in the pole vault.

Ariana Heusinkvelt was in first place in the long jump. Kirchhoff occupied second place.

Kirchhoff earned first place points in the triple jump.

M. Heusinkvelt was top of the field in the shot put. A. Heusinkvelt was in second place. Lilly Edwards listed fourth place. Evah Roberts was in fifth place. Jaialynn Leuking was in seventh place. Rayne Biltoft kept eighth place with Thalia Griljava in ninth place.

M. Heusinkvelt ruled over the discus throw. Mia Gardner claimed second place. Edwards had third place. Leuking owned fourth place. Roberts sat in sixth place. Griljava also took part.

Dayne Clark posted first place points in the boys 100 meter dash. Lincoln Sander took second place. Trey Blau finished in third place. Kyler Boyles nabbed fourth place. Thomas Mathis was in fifth place. Dylan Edwards was in seventh place. Declan Miller held eighth place.

Clark took first place in the 200 meter dash. Miller followed in second place. Blau held down third place. Mathis landed fourth place. Pandu Mateus was in sixth place.

L. Sander secured first place points in the 400 meter dash. Mason Korb was in fourth place.

Ben Kramp was first to cross the finish line in the 800 meter run. Brayton Meyer was in second place.

Kramp added first place in the 1600 meter run to his resume. Deylin Lawson was in second place.

Kramp picked up another first place finish in the 3200 meter run. Lawson took second place.

The Superior 4 x 100 meter relay team of Boyles, L. Sander, Blau and Clark were in first place. The Superior B team was in third place.

The Superior A team of Mateus, Mathis, Miller and Meyer were in second place in the 4 x 400 meter relay.

L. Sander took first place in the long jump. Meyer followed in second place. Blau took third place. Edwards was in fifth place. Mateus sat in seventh place.

Meyer was in second place in the triple jump. Edwards was in fifth place.

Mathis acquired second place in the shot put. Boyles listed third place. Christian Osweiler took fifth place. Justice Sander realized an eighth place finish. Jaren Gilbert and David Hodge also participated.

Clark kept third place in the discus throw. Korb was in fourth place. Miller followed in fifth place. Gilbert nabbed seventh place. Marcus Martin, Osweiler, J. Sander and Hodges also took part in the event.

Mundorf punched her ticket to state with her first place finish in 12.79 seconds. Cornell finished in third place with her time of 13.31 seconds. A. Heusinkvelt was in fourth place with her time of 13.44 seconds.

Mundorf sat in fourth place in the 200 meter dash with her time of 27.92 seconds. Butler was in sixth place with her time of 28.39 seconds. Kirchhoff ran a preliminary heat but did not advance.

Butler landed in third place in the 400 meter dash with her time of 1:04.09. H. Bargen was in sixth place with her time of 1:07.32. M. Bargen also participated.

Smullins, Schnakenberg and M. Bargen participated in the 100 meter hurdles. Schnakenberg was in eighth place in the 300 meter hurdles with here time of 53.6 seconds. Smullins also took part.

The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Butler, Cornell, A. Heusinkvelt and Mundorf earned a trip to state with their first place time of 52.28 seconds.

The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Schnakenberg, H. Bargen, Smullins and M. Bargen had an eighth place finish with their time of 4:41.35.

M. Heusinkvelt earned an Omaha ticket with her first place finish in the shot put with her toss of 43’5.5”. A. Heusinkvelt will join her sister at Omaha as she finished in third place with her toss of 37’7.5”. L. Edwards claimed fifth place with her toss of 32’7.75”.

M. Heusinkvelt earned yet another place at state with her first place finish in the discus with her throw of 123’3”. Gardner listed third place with her throw of 106.1”. Meyers was in sixth place with her throw of 101.7”.

Meyers took fourth in the high jump with her height of 4’10”.

Butler posted a third place finish in the pole vault with her height of 10’. Jordan Duncan was in fourth with her height of 9”.

A. Heusinkvelt earned a trip to Omaha with her second place effort in the long jump of 16”. Kirchhoff also participated.

Kirchhoff took part in the triple jump.

Clark, Boyles and Mathis ran preliminary heats of the 100 meter dash but failed to advance.

Mathis and Meyer ran preliminary heats of the 200 meter dash but did not advance,

L, Sander, Mateus and Korb ran the 400 meter dash.

Kramp competed in the 800 and 3200 meter runs.

The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Mateus, Boyles, Mathis and Clark took sixth place with their time of 52.14 seconds.

The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Mateus, Boyles, L. Sander and Clark finished in eighth place with their time of 3:54.85.

Mathis finished in seventh place in the shot put with his toss of 42’5”. Boyles and Osweiler also participated.

Clark secured fifth place in the discus with his throw of 135’2”. Gilbert and Korb also competed in the discus.

L. Sander claimed fourth place in the long jump with his leap of 19’3”. Meyer and D. Edwards also took part in the event.

L. Sander recorded eighth place in the triple jump with his combined distance of 38’1”. Meyer and D. Edwards also took part.

The state meet is being held at Omaha Burke Stadium. Class C and D competitions take place Friday and Saturday.

 

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