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Oneill Track Meet

Girls 2nd, Boys 7th at O’Neill Invitational
The Ord High School track teams put together another solid performance at the O’Neill

Invitational this last Thursday. The Chanticleer girls finished as runner-up in the 8-team meet

while the boys were 7th out of the 7 scoring teams. “I thought we had good effort from our kids

we just didn’t score a lot of points in the boys meet”, Coach Derry Trampe said. “Our girls came

up just a little short in the team race but we still had a lot of quality performances on the day.

Some days things go your way and other days they don’t. We just need to keep working hard in

practice and improving every day and we will be a good team by the time we reach districts.”

The girls scored 122 points to finish just 5 points behind Battle Creek for the team

championship. O’Neill was third with 103 points while Norfolk Catholic was fourth with 96

points. Rounding out the team scoring were Ainsworth (34), Elgin Public/Pope John (20), Battle

Creek JV (13), and Valentine (12).

The boys scored 20 points in the meet while O’Neill won the meet with 139 points. Battle

Creek was second with 119 points while Norfolk Catholic finished in third with 107 points.

Rounding out the team scoring were Ainsworth (92), Valentine (29), and Elgin Public/Pope John


In the meet the girls were able to win 8 events on the day. Kate Grint was a double winner

as she won the shot put (38′ 6″) and the discus (121′ 9″) to pace the Chants. Jordan Kuck won

the 300 low hurdles in a season best time of 47.86. Morgan Alexander brought home a gold

medal in the 1600 with a time of 5:54.22 while Zoe Ritz captured the top spot in the 3200 in a

season best time of 12:19.32. The 4 X 400 relay team of Andrea Carson, Morgan Alexander,

Ashley Carson, and Andrea Carson finished first in a time of 4:19.84 and the 4 X 800 team of

Alexander, Ritz, Carson and Carson also came in first with a season best time of 10:19.02. In a

non-scoring event the Freshman 4 X 100 relay team of Kelli DeRiso, Lydia Hill, Lakita

Thomsen, and Kora Severance finished first in a time of 58.1. Second place medals went to

Grace Racek in the 200 (27.84) and Danielle Bruha in the high jump (4′ 10″) a season best jump

for her. Third place medals were won by Andrea Carson in the 400 (65.65), Zoe Ritz in the 800

(2:34.21), Jordan Kuck in the long jump (14′ 3.75″), and Cora Svoboda in the pole vault (9′ 6″).

The marks by Ritz and Svoboda were both personal best marks. Morgan Alexander finished 4th

in the pole vault with a vault of 9′ 0″. Fifth place medals were won by Grace Racek in the 100

(13.74) and Ali Smith in the 800 (2:37.15) and pole vault (8′ 6″). Sixth place medals went to

Cora Svoboda in the 300 low hurdles (54.26) and Jessica Buckles in the triple jump (30′ 6″). The

mark by Buckles was a personal best mark for her.

The majority of points for the boys came in the relay events. The 4 X 800 relay team of

Robbie Peterson, Clayton Shoemaker, Torben Thal, and Noah Jensen combined to run a 9:08.9

and finish third. The 4 X 100 relay team of Ethan Thomsen, Jordan Coufal, Jaden Reilly, and

Reggie McKenney finished fourth in 47.94. The 4 X 400 relay team of Cade Svoboda, Ethan

Thomsen, Noah Jensen, and Jordan Coufal also finished 4th in a time of 3:44.8. In a non-scoring

event the Freshman 4 X 100 relay team of Stetson Bredthauer, Clayton Shoemaker, Ethan

Jeffres, and Solomon Campise finished third in a time of 52.1. Individual medals went to Robbie

Peterson 5th in the 1600 (5:04.02), Ethan Jeffres 6th in the 3200 (11:31.82), Jordan Coufal 5th in

the 300 IH (43.91), Harrison Benton 6th in the triple jump (37′ 5.5″), and Clark Bredthauer 6th in

the high jump (5′ 8″). The marks by Jeffres and Benton were both personal best marks.

Additional Ord results are as follows (PB indicates a personal best performance): Girls:

100—Tina Li 14.73, Hope Cronk 17.55; 200—Lara Schmidt 31.56, Abby Hysell 31.86;

400—Lydia Hill 71.52 (PB), Susie Vavra 74.46; 800—Delani Fahey 2:51.28; 1600—Jessica

Buckles 6:53.20, Rebecca Fischer 7:29.57; 100 HH—Cora Svoboda 19.58, Cierra Vanosdall

20.02; 300 LH—Cierra Vanosdall 58.47 (PB); 4 X 100 relay—Andrea Carson, Danielle Bruha,

Grace Racek, and Jordan Kuck DNF; Shot Put—Kora Severance 26′ 10″(PB), Lakita Thomsen

26′ 9.5″ (PB); Discus—Lily Farrens 84′ 0″, Kora Severance 80′ 10″; Long Jump—Jessica

Buckles 12′ 3.5″, Lydia Hill 11′ 10.75″; Triple jump—Delani Fahey 28′ 9.25″, Lydia Hill 25′

2.5″; High jump—Susie Vavra MOH 4′ 4″, Abby Hysell MOH 4′ 4″. Boys: 100—Trevin Kruml

12.43, Jaden Reilly 12.86, Jackson Ryschon 13.10; 200—Trevin Kruml (SCR), Cade Svoboda

25.09 (PB), Mike Kohlhepp 26.53; 400—Cade Svoboda 55.89 (PB), Reggie McKenney 56.17

(PB), Tim White 61.68; 800—Noah Jensen 2:17.30, Torben Thal 2:23.83, James Masin 2:38.44;

1600—Harrison Benton 5:33.7, Kyler Peetz 5:38.7 (PB); 3200—James Masin 12:07.21,

Christapher White 12:07.23; 110HH—Jordan Coufal 18.08/17.79, Austin Knapp 18.85/19.59,

Colin Koehlmoos 20.04; 300IH—Austin Knapp 45.71; Shot put—Landon Rogers 38′ 11″,

Barrett Boden 36′ 9″, Zek Aleo 25′ 5.25″; Discus—Landon Rogers 115′ 7″, Hayden Grint 95′ 5″,

Zach Flessner 81′ 3″; Long jump—Johnny Lawrence 16′ 4.75″, Ethan Thomsen 17′ 4.75″, Jaden

Reilly scr. all three attempts; Triple jump—Clayton Shoemaker 32′ 11.5″, Stirling Tonniges 34′

0.5″; High Jump—Colin Koehlmoos MOH 5′ 4″, D. J. Schatz MOH 5′ 4″; Pole Vault—Solomon

Campise MOH 8′ 6″.

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