SHS and L-N golf play at Red Cloud
The Superior High School Wildcats and Lawrence-Nelson Raider golf teams are seeing a lot of each other this season. The two teams competed at the Bob Bohrer Invitational, an 18 hole event, at Red Cloud last. Thursday. The two teams competed against Blue Hill, Deshler, Doniphan-Trumbull, Exeter-Milligan, Franklin, Heartland Lutheran, Red Cloud, Sandy Creek, Shelton, Shickley and Silver Lake. Superior finished in third place with a team total of 363 stroke. Lawrence-Nelson finished fifth with 389 strokes. The four lowest individual scores are used to determine the team total.
The Wildcats were at Clay Center, Tuesday, playing Sandy Creek with results unavailable at press time.
Ben Price led the Wildcats with his round of 85, good for eighth place in the individual standings. Dylan Blackstone finished with a round of 90 for 10th place Hunter Healey recorded a round of 93 for his 12th place finish. Dameion Cornell shot a round of 95 for 14th place. Conner Blackstone carded a round of 119.
Kevin Schroer led the Raiders and the entire field with his round of 75. Anders Jensen finished his round with 100 strokes. Peyton Drudik closed out his round with 104 strokes. Micah Dolnicek completed his 18 holes with the score of 107. Cody Buescher registered a round of 129.
The Wildcats had two junior varsity players on the course. Isaac Meyer shot a round of 101 while Cam Ehlers posted a round of 116.
Kaden Thompson toured the course in 11 strokes for the Raiders junior varsity team while Brody Himmelberg finished with 122 stokes.
The Wildcats play at Hastings, today (Thursday), for the St. Cecilia InvitationaSHS track at Deshler
The Superior High School Wildcats track and field teams traveled to Deshler, last Thursday, for the Del Wicks Invitational. Both the boys and girls teams finished in second place behind the Thayer Central Titans. The Wildcats hosted the Superior Invitational at Deshler, Tuesday, with results unavailable at press time.
Madison Blacktone led the Wildcat girls with three first place finishes . She took first in the 100 meter hurdles with her time of 16.7 seconds. She added another first in the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 49.7 seconds. She capped off her day by taking first in the high jump, clearing 4'10'. Trisha Hayes took the 100 meter dash title with her sprint of 13.2 seconds. She was first in the 200 meter dash with her time of 27.9 seconds. She took second place points in the long jump with her leap of 15'11.25". Kalynn Meyer dominated the throwing events. Her throw of 167'6" was good for first place in the discus. Her toss of 44'11" took first place in the shot put.
Sierra Blackburn added second place points in the 800 meter run with her time of 2:35,9. Dani Freeman held down third place in the 100 meter dash with her time of 13.4 seconds.
Emma Schnakenberg was fourth in the shot put with her toss of 31'2". She added a fifth place finish in the discus with her throw of 92'1".
Jetta Sunday recorded a fifth place finish in the 1600 meter run with her time of 7:00.6. Hallie Miller finished fifth in the 100 meter hurdles with her time of 54.6 seconds. She took sixth in the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 54.6 seconds.
The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Hayes, Schnakenberg, Blackburn and Blackstone nailed down the first place points with their time of 4"22.8. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Freeman, Alexa Cox, Miller and Meyer returned third place points for the Wildcats with their time of 57.3.
Jaden Hanson swept the boys throwing events for the Wildcats. His toss of 44'5.5" was good for first place points in the shot put. His throw of 139'8" secured him a first place finish in the discus throw.
Trey Fierstein took the top spot in the 100 meter dash with his time of 11.8 seconds. Adam Baker sealed up first place points in the 300 meter hurdles with his time of 42 seconds. He added third place points in the 400 meter dash with his time of 53.4 seconds.
McKinney Edwards claimed third place points in the 100 meter dash with the time of 11.9 seconds. He added another third place finish in the high jump, clearing 5'4". He took sixth place in the long jump with his leap of 17'2".
Jackson Gilbert finished fourth in the 1600 meter run with his time of 5:30.8. Trenten Theis took fifth place with his time of 5:33.4 Theis finished sixth in the 3200 meter run with the time of 12:01.8. AJ Leibel provided fifth place points in the 3200 meter run with the time of 11:41.7.
The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Fierstein, Hanson, Baker and Edwards owned the top spot with their time of 46.9 seconds.
Personal best marks were established by Kirsten van Elzelingen for the 100 meter dash, Baker for the 400 meter dash, Hanson with the shot put, Hayes for the long jump and 200 meter dash, Meyer for the discus and shot put, Gilbert for the 1600 meter run and Blackburn in the 800 meter run.
SJHS track team competes at L-N
The Superior Junior High School track and field teams traveled to Sandy Creek, last Tuesday, for the Lawrence-Nelson Junior High School track meet.
The boys team took first place with 162 points. The girls earned third place with 68 points.
Shayla Meyer took top honors in the throwing events. She was first in the discus with her throw of 112'8.5". She took first place in the shot put with a toss of 31'8. Ella Gardner produced first place points in the 200 meter dash, with her time of 28.95 seconds, and the 400 meter dash, with the time of 1:06.74. she added a second place finish in the 100 meter dash with the time of 14.08 seconds. She scored a second place finish in the long jump with her leap of 14'1".
Cailyn Barry was fifth in the shot put with a toss of 26'8".
The 4 x 100 meter throwers relay team of Kya Hodges, Meyer, Schnakenberg and Barry took first place with the time of 1:03.56.
Dane Miller took first in the boys high jump, clearing 4'11". He took top honors in the 110 meter hurdles with the time of 18.01 seconds. He added another first place finish in the 300 meter hurdles with his time of 47.24 seconds. Owen Sullivan topped the field in the pole vault, clearing 9'. He provided first place points in the 200 meter dash with his time of 26.12 seconds. He claimed the top spot in the 400 meter dash with his time of 1:01.67. Peyton Christiancy again swept the throwing events. His toss of 37'0.5" was good for first place in the shot put. He posted the first place throw in the discus with his throw of 138'11. Clayton Morris was best in the field in the 100 meter dash with his time of 12.97 seconds. He took second place in the pole vault a 9'. He was third in the 200 meter dash with the time of 27.09 seconds.
Jordan Brown was second in the shot put with a toss of 36'3". His throw of 116'8" was good for third in the discus.
James Love recorded two third place finishes in the hurdle events. He was in at 20.35 seconds in the 110 meter hurdles and finished with a time of 53.91 seconds in the 300 meter hurdles.
Jacob Meyer was fourth in the pole vault, clearing 6'6".
Tanner Theis finished sixth in the pole vault, clearing 6'. Anders Webber took sixth in the discus with his throw of 92.
The 4 x 1,600 meter relay team of Miller Sullivan, Seth Schnakenberg and Morris secured first place with their time of 4:13.62. The 4 x 100 meter throwers relay team of Brown, Schnakenberg, Christiancy and Ty Boller picked up the first place points with their time of 58.88 seconds.
The 4 x 100 meter throwers relay B team of Webber, Luke Jameson, Gavin Ekstein and Isaac Hathaway finished second with the time of 1:03.68
The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Aaron Allgood, J. Meyer, Theis and Love finished fifth with the time of 59.76 seconds.
Personal best marks were set by Hodges in the discus, S. Meyer in the shot put and discus, Neah Meyer for the 100 yard dash, Brown for the shot put, Christiancy in the discus throw, Brett Miller for the 1600 meter run, Morris for the 100 meter dash, Schnekenberg in the shot put, Sullivan for the 200 meter dash, Webber for the shot put and discus throw, Allgood in the 200 meter dash, Boller in the shot put and discus throw, Hathaway for the 200 meter dash. Jameson in the discus throw and Love for the 300 meter hurdles.
The Wildcats travel to Deshler today (Thursday) for their final regular season meet. The Southern Nebraska Conference meet will be held at Milford, Friday, May 4.
The Rock Hills High School Grizzlies track and field team did not compete at the Del Wicks Invitational meet at Deshler, Thursday. They competed at the Belleville Lions Club Invitational at Republic County High School, Tuesday, with results unavailable at press time.
The team will be at Osborne, Friday, for the Kaser Relays.
The junior varsity squad will be at Tescott, Monday. The varsity team will compete at the Beloit Relays, Tuesday.