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Sub-section track: Swanson shines in Luverne

LUVERNE -- Ethan Swanson of Murray County Central won three events in the Section 3 Sub-Section Southwest track and field meet on Thursday. Swanson won the 100-meter race in 11.48, the 200 meters in 23.07 and cleared 18-11 in the long jump. On th...

LUVERNE -- Ethan Swanson of Murray County Central won three events in the Section 3 Sub-Section Southwest track and field meet on Thursday.

Swanson won the 100-meter race in 11.48, the 200 meters in 23.07 and cleared 18-11 in the long jump.

On the girls’ side, Southwest Christian/Edgerton got another fine performance from Chantel Groen, who won the 200-meter race in 27.33 and cleared 17-0 in the long jump.

Other top girls’ finishes of note: Luverne had firsts with Tianna Doppenberg in the 100 meters (12.66), Jadyn Anderson in the 800 meters (2:26.59), Regan Feit in the 1,600 meters (5:39.64) and Kammon Sawtelle in the discus (112-5).

Tyl Woelber of Pipestone Area continued his impressive spring, winning the boys triple jump in 43.06-5 and the high jump in 6-6. He was also part of the first-place 4x400-meter relay team, which completed the distance in 3:27.65.

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Other notable boys firsts: Carter Nesvold of Pipestone Area in the 400 meters (52.14), Devin Tinklenberg of Pipestone Area in the 800 (2:01.74), Sy Stangeland of Pipestone Area in the discus (140-11), Dalton DeSollar of Luverne in the 3,200 meters (10:47.58), Matthew Hup of Luverne in the pole vault (12-3) and Mason Whitehead of MCC in the 300-meter hurdles (42.44).

Luverne was first in both team standings. The Cardinal boys outpointed second-place MCC 141 to 135.5. The girls outscored second-place Southwest Christian/Edgerton 193.66 to 163.33.

The Section 3 Sub-Section East meet was held Thursday in Redwood Falls. Results were unavailable at presstime.

To see complete results, go to athletic.net.

 

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