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Prep track: MCC, SWC win in Tracy; Thuringer, Moore get firsts for WHS in Fairmont

DAILY GLOBE TRACY -- The Murray County Central boys and Southwest Christian girls won the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton meet Tuesday. On the boys side, T-M-B's Josh Kirk was first in the 100 meters in 11.47 seconds, while Ethan Swanson (MCC) was second. S...

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TRACY - The Murray County Central boys and Southwest Christian girls won the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton meet Tuesday.
On the boys side, T-M-B’s Josh Kirk was first in the 100 meters in 11.47 seconds, while Ethan Swanson (MCC) was second. Swanson then won the 200 meters in 23.95, while SWC’s Trevor Van Dyke was second. Swanson took third in the 400 meters.
MCC’s Jack Erickson won the 800 meters in 2:04.1, while SWC’s Dillon Mulske was second. Mulske then won the 1,600 meters in 4:57.63. MCC’s Clayton Hartle was first in the 3,200 meters in 10:46.13.
Mason Whitehead and Zach Aanenson gave MCC a 1-2 finish in the 300 hurdles, with Whitehead winning in 46.63 and Aanenson in second in 48.74.
The 4x100 team from Fulda (Dalton Slinger, Ben White, Alex Schumacher, Jorge Cardenas) finished first in 52.37, while T-M-B’s 4x200 team (Spencer Smith, Michael Munson, Caleb Lasley, Kirk) won in 1:40.32.
MCC’s 4x400 team of Dakota ThunderHawk, Patrick Platt, Whitehead and Erickson won in 3:44.90, while Platt, Grant Rohrer, Hartle and Erickson teammed to give the Rebels a win in the 4x800 in 8:42.58.
Wyatt Heezen won the discus for MCC with a toss of 126 feet, five inches, while T-M-B’s Smith won the high jump after clearing 5-10. Westbrook-Walnut Grove’s Koua Vang won the pole vault (9 feet), while Van Dyke was second was second in the long jump (16-9.5). Mulske was second in teh triple jump (31-7.5).
On the girls side, MCC’s Nicole Thovson was second in the 100 meters (13.63), while SWC’s Changel Groen was second in the 200 (27.64). MCC’s Linnea York was second in the 400 (1:05.79), and SWC’s Miranda Buys was second in the 800 in 2:36.96. Fulda’s Morgan Gehl won the 1,600 meters in 5:52.71 and T-M-B’s Brooke Christian was second (6:03.05).
The Rebels’ Lizette Garza won the 3,200 in 13:48.56, with SWC’s Rachel Raak in second (13:57.24). Sommer Schaap was second in the 100 hurdles for SWC (17.27), with teammate Lydia Homandberg finishing second in the 300 hurdles (49.58).
Schaap, Halle Wassink, Homandberg and Groen won the 4x200 for SWC in 1:52.74, while teammates Carli Vander Top, Audra Homandberg, Buys and Annika Brands gave SWC a win in the 4x800.
Fulda’s Nichole Madison won the shot with a toss of 30 feet, seven inches, while SWC’s Mariah Talsma won the discus (103-2), with Madison coming in second (93-7).
T-M-B’s Kendra Ludeman won the high jump (4-10), W-WG’s Mariah Hick won hte pole vault (8-0), Groen took the long jump (15-3) and Schaap won the tripple jumpe (31-8).
Fairmont Triangular
FAIRMONT - Emma Thuringer won the 400 meters and Meredith Moore claimed the 1,600 meter title at Tuesday’s triangular in Fairmont.
Moore finished first in five minutes, 53 seconds, while Khot Juac was second in six minutes flat. Moore was third in the 8-- in 2:42.2, while Juac was fourth in 2:43.
Thuringer needed 66.3 seconds to win her races.
Anna Kill was third in the 100 in 13.38, while Andrea Castillo was fourth in the 300 meter hurdles in 55.39.
The 4x400 relay of Thuringer, Moore, Juac and Katelyn Walters was second in 4:49.60, while the 4x800 team of Jessica Darling, Nyiel Mayola, Sena Uli and Brianna Newman was second in 11:57. Alyssa Williams was second in the pole vault with a height of seven feet, six inches, while Thuringer took third in the long jump with a distance of 14 feet, 4.75 inches. Walters was fourth in the triple jump with 29 feet, three inches.
On the boys’ side, Eh Kyoo was second in the 100 in 11.66, while Erik Landgaard was second in the 200 in 24.3 seconds. Chris Nelson took third in the 400 in 58.77, while Andrew Huber was third in the 800 in 2:25.
Adam Koller was third in the 3,200 meters in 11:12, while Jackson Bonnett was fourth in 11:33. Obang Ojulu was second in the 110 meter hurdles in 16.38 and Brendan Spittle was fourth in 18 second flat. Those two finished in the same places in the 300, with Ojulu finishing in 44.33 and Spittle in 47.12.
The 4x100 relay of Kyoo, Ethan Phommasy, Frank Rigers and Landgaard was second in 48.4. Ojulu, Huber, Nathan Schuck and Omot Toung finished second in the 4x400 relay in 3:53.77, while the 4x800 relay of Joe Reveles, Schuck, Huber and Nelson was second in 9:25.8.
Hser Moo Pwae was second in the pole vault (10 feet), Spittle was third (9-6) and Hser Eh Pwae was fourth (9-6). Kyoo was fourth in the long jump with a distance of 17 feet, 3.5 inches, while Sean Souksavath (35-11) was fourth in the triple jump.

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