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Webster track teams finish fifth at Estelline

by George Thompson
sports@reporterandfarmer.com

The Webster Area boys and girls track teams both finished fifth in the 16 and 14 team Sno Bird Invitational held April 10 in Estelline.
Canby, MN won the boys and girls titles with scores of 131 and 129. Webster boys racked up 68 points and the girls earned 54. “It was nice to get out and compete at a meet,” remarked coach Bill Sawinsky. “We were getting to the point in practice that we needed it. Overall I thought we competed pretty well. We had some nice surprises pop up here and there.”
Girls
Devin Spindler was 15th in the 100 meter dash at 14.49 and Kayla Bremmon was 29th at 15.62. Morgan Hanson was 22nd in the 200 meter dash at 33.05 and Heidi Schneider was 34th at 37.04. Lindsey Vogl took fourth in the 400 meter dash at 1:10.31 while Courtney Somsen was 19th at 1:20.70. Mariah Volesky was third in the 800 meter run at 2:43.47 while Brianna Mount was seventh at 2:52.63 and Emily Wiley was 10th at 2:58.07. Wiley was 12th in the 1,600 meter run at 6:38.90 and Taylor Eberline was 18th at 8:30.23. McKenzie Volesky took third in the 300 meter hurdles at 52:51 while Whitney Keller was fourth in the 100 meter hurdles at 18:22.
The 400 meter relay team of Morgan Hanson, Heidi Schneider, Lindsey Schoenbeck and Marisa Keller finished sixth at 59:22. The 800 meter team of Kayla Bremmon, Devin Spindler, Faith Shoemaker and Hanna Leschisin was 11th at 2:15.75. The 1,600 meter team of Vogl, McKenzie Volesky, Leschisin and Mariah Volesky was fifth at 4:44.15. The 3,200 meter relay team of Vogl, Mount, Volesky and Volesky took fourth at 11:10.87. The medley relay team of Bremmon, Spindler, Leschisin and Somsen was 11th at 5:40.47.
Mollie Rausch leaped to sixth in the high jump at 4’3.” Jobi McCreary was fifth in the shot put at 31’4.5” while Karie Lone was seventh at 31.’
McCreary was fourth in the discus at 102’6” and Breanna Bullert was fifth at 97’10.”
Boys
Chandler Day tied for 19th in the 100 meter dash at 12.72 while Kyle Ewalt was 25th at 13.25. Ewalt was 22nd in the 200 meter dash on a time of 28.52 while Damian Coon was 24th at 29.47 and Evan McCreary was 28th at 30.89. Riley Reetz was second in the 400 meter dash at 55.75 and Mason Roerig was eighth at 1:02.61. Jordan Bauer was second in the 800 meter run at 2:12.31 while Ty Dunse came in fourth at 2:21.30 and Lance Amundson was 14th at 2:43.54. Dunse also finished eighth in the 1,600 meter run at 5:29.82. Alex Leschisin was fifth in the 3,200 meter run at 11:45.30.
The 400 meter relay team of Coon, Amundson, McCreary and Ewalt was 10th at 55.67 while the 800 meter team of Reetz, Day, Bauer and Thurston was second at 1:40:39. The 1,600 meter relay team of Reetz, Caleb Whitmyre, Roerig and Bauer was fifth at 3:53.01 and the 3,200 meter relay team of Rob Wiley, Alex Leschisin, Dunse and Roerig was third at 9:57.01. The medley relay team of Noe Medallel, Wiley, Whitmyre and Reetz was sixth at 4:12.56.
Noah Thurston was second in the long jump at 19’7” and first in the triple jump at 39’4” and Chandler Holland was seventh in the shot put at 39.’
“Jobi going over 100 feet in the discus was a good way to start. Noah had two pretty good marks in the long and triple. We have a fairly young group running the 4x2 and they posted a respectable time,” Sawinsky concluded. “It was just a good day to establish some times and distances that we can now take aim at for improvement.”

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