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Wamego boys, girls win NCKL titles

By The Mercury

The Wamego boys’ and girls’ track teams won the North Central Kansas League titles on Friday.

The Red Raider boys scored 181 points for first, while Concordia was second and Marysville was third.

Wamego’s girls’ team scored 153 points, while Concordia was second and Abilene was third.

On the boys’ side, Trenton York was first in the 100-meter dash and third in the 200 dash, while John Sullivan was fourth. Colton Butler was first in the 400 with Ryan Bates in fourth and Matthew Webb in fifth.

Jordan Routh was first in the 800 run, while Colton Butler was second and Hudson Philip was third. Routh and Hudson went 1-2 in the 1,600 and Brent Patton was in fourth. Trenton Butler was third in the 3,200 and Jacob Routh was fourth.

Isaac Poe took first in the 300 hurdles and second in the 110 hurdles. Chris Willette was fifth in the 110 hurdles and Bradley Borger was fourth in the 300. The 4x400 relay and 4x800 relay took first, while the 4x100 relay finished in third.

Poe was first in the high jump and Dakota Turner was in sixth. Sullivan was fourth in the long jump. Clayton Peyton was first in the triple jump.

Daniel Jensen was fourth and Phil Ruther was sixth in the shot put. Daniel Hougland was fourth and Eli Miller was sixth in the discus. Cody Wilson finished second and Ryan Wahl took sixth in the javelin.

On the girls’ side, Rachel Darey was first in the 100 dash, with Davida Holley in third Allison Seufert was fourth. Holley was second and Darey was fourth with Seufert in sixth in the 200. Seufert was second in the 400 and Kelsey Holtman was sixth.

Keara Lenard finished third in the 800, with Danielle Wilson in fifth and Alexis Pettay sixth. Ashton Butler finished fifth in the 1,600, while Seufert was second in the 3,200. Ashton Butler was fifth.

The Wamego 4x100 realy took second, while the 4x400 finished in fourth and the 4x800 finished in third.

MvKenzie Turner finished fourth in the high jump and second in the long jump. Pettay was sixth in the long jump. Lenard, Brooke Woodward and Pettay went 1-2-3 in the triple jump.

Elizabeth Evans was first in the shot put and the discus, while Kayla Evans finished fourth in discus and sixth in shot put. Woodward won the javelin.









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