PREP BOYS' AND GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD: Worthington boys win MCC track meetSLAYTON — The Worthington boys’ track team and the Canby girls’ track team won the Murray County Central Early Bird meet Tuesday.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
SLAYTON — The Worthington boys’ track team and the Canby girls’ track team won the Murray County Central Early Bird meet Tuesday.
Worthington finished first in boys’ with a 147, MCC took second with a 141, Fulda took third with a 105, Canby finished fourth with a 101, Windom finished fifth with a 46 and Ellsworth tied for sixth with Russell-Tyler-Ruthton with a 19.
In girls’, Canby won with a 128.5, Fulda took second with a 120, MCC took third with a 114.5, WHS took fourth with a 68, R-T-R took fifth with a 60, Windom took sixth with a 58 and Ellsworth finished seventh with a 24.
In the 100 meter race, MCC’s Jack Thony took first for the boys’ with a time of 11.32 seconds, while Kara Homandberg of MCC took first for girls with a time of 13.78.
In the 200 meter race, Thony finished first in 23.82 seconds, while Ellsworth’s Abby Drenth took first for girls with a time of 29.27.
In the 400 meter race, Ellsworth’s Dalton Huisman took first for boys with a time of 56.29, while MCC’s Hannah Schmidt took first with a time of 1:06.83.
In the 800 meter race, Fulda’s Nate Getting finished first for boys with a time of 2:12.08, while Fulda’s Tiffany Gehl took first for girls with a time of 2:36.54.
In the 1,600 meter race, Worthington’s Mubarik Musa finished first in 4:45.93, while WHS’s Megan Juber took first for girls in 5:40.56.
In the 3,200 meter race, Worthington’s Matt Jirele finished first for boys in 11:04.39.
In the 100 meter hurdles, Fulda’s Sylvia Zanini finished first for girls in 17.16. In the 110 meter hurdles, Brandon Gray of Worthington finished first in 17.97.
In the 300 meter hurdles, Gbrown Ochothow of WHS finished first for boys in 46.10, while Whitney Coriolan finished second for girls in 51.93.
In the 4x100 relay, Fulda’s team of Clarke Hein, Max Dibble, Zach Holt and Kyle Kirlin took second for boys in 48.13 seconds. For girls, Windom’s team of Kelcey Olson, Amy Muller, Danyel Post and Megan Muller took first in 57.83.
In the 4x200 relay, WHS’s boys’ team of Danny Rodriguez, Will Dudley, Jessie Guerra and Ethan Spittle took first in 1:39.81. For girls, MCC’s team of Lydia Homandberg, Carissa Thomas, Paris Thomas and Haley Bose finished first in 2:00.43.
In the 4x400 relay, WHS’s boys’ team of Spittle, Dudley, Jon Vorwald and Musa took first in 3:44.85. For girls, MCC’s team of Sierra Van Iperen, Crystal Van Iperen, Homandber and Hanna Schmidt took first in 4:26.77.
In the 4x800 relay, WHS’s boys’ team of Mark Landberg, Ammanuel Fissiha, Oliver Wokyniec and Danny Flores took first in 9:35.55. In girls, MCC’s team of Samie Schnoor, Crystal Van Iperen, Sierra Van Iperen and Breanna Breberg took first in 11:44.47.
In the shot put, MCC’s Tanner Nepp took first for boys with a throw of 44 feet, eight inches, while Fulda’s Sylvia Zanini took first for girls with a toss of 38 feet, eight inches.
In discus, Fulda’s Max Dibble took first for boys with a toss of 139 feet, six inches, while Fulda’s Zanini took first for girls with a throw of 126 feet, five inches.
In high jump, Fulda’s Keith Gehl took second with a jump of five feet, four inches, while MCC’s Crystal Van Iperen took second for girls with a jump of four feet, eight inches.
In pole vault, Fulda’s Kyle Kirlin took first with a clearance of 12 feet, six inches, while Windom’s Megan Muller took first for girls with a clearance of eight feet.
In the long jump, MCC’s Jack Thony took first with a 20 foot, six inch jump, while Ellsworth’s Abby Drenth finished second for girls with a jump of 13 feet, 11.75 inches.
And in the triple jump, Worthington’s Troy Ektnitohong took first with a jump of 37 feet, six inches, while Fulda’s Sariah Cheadle took third with a jump of 30 feet, 0.25 inches.