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Scheitel-Taylor, Opiew pace WHS track team in Marshall

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MARSHALL — Brooklyn Scheitel-Taylor and Abagotte Opiew enjoyed good days on Monday at a six-team track and field meet in Marshall.
Scheitel-Taylor, a senior at Worthington High School, won the girls 200-meter dash in 27.33 and also won the triple jump in 35-2.5. She was on two winning relay teams. Opiew won the boys 100-meter dash in 11.79 and was a member of the Trojans' victorious 4x200-meter relay foursome.
Marshall won the team boys competition with 162 points. Worthington was next at 140, followed by New Ulm with 96, Pipestone Area with 95, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda with 52 and Benson/KMS with 45.
Marshall scored 207.5 points to win the girls team title. Pipestone Area had 128, Worthington 114.5, New Ulm 65, HL-O/F 38.5 and Benson/KMS 37.5.
Opiew, Marenono Opiew, Omot Okony and Mak Lia captured the boys 4x200 in 1:36.32. Other WHS boys to achieve firsts were Ofbeka Morke in the 400-meter dash (54.68), Filmon Wolday in the 800 meters (2:03.30), Mason Bobb in the 3200-meter run (10:41.21), Adan Hinojosa in the discus (138-0) and Charlie Brands in the long jump (19-1.5).
The Worthington girls 4x100-meter relay team of Addison Gerber, Newmanyou Gora, Pham Gora and Scheitel-Taylor won that event in 52.31. The 4x200-meter relay team of Newmanyou Gora, Bailey Newman, Pham Gora and Scheitel-Taylor won that race in 1:49.04.
For the complete Marshall results, go online at athletic.net.

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