Wamego boys win Chapman invite

By The Mercury

The Wamego boys’ track team took first at the Chapman Invitational last Thursday, while the girls were second.

The boys’ team scored 150 points to win the seven-team meet, scoring well ahead of second-place Abilene at 109.5. Clay Center won the girls’ meet with 115.25 points, while Wamego finished second with 114.75.

On the boys’ side, Chris Willette was first in the 110-meter hurdles, while Cameron Chapman was fourth. John Sullivan was first in 100 and Ethan Thomas was fifth.

Matt Scherer won the 1,600 and Gavin Alexander was fourth. Willette was second in the 300 hurdles and Elijah Darey was fifth.

Cannon Woodward won the 800, while Scherer was fifth. Sullivan was second in the 200.

Ethan Artzer with the 3,200, while Alexander was fourth and Kevin Boeckman was fifth.

The 4x100 relay of Thomas, John Sullivan, James Starns and Joe Sullivan took first. John Sullivan won the long jump and Starns was fourth. Willette took fourth in the triple jump.

Eli Miller was first in the discus and Michael Bryan was fifth. Miller took third in the shot put.

The 4x400 relay of Scherer, Anthony Klecan, Willete and Woodard was third. The 4x800 relay of Woodward, Artzer, Colby Nelsen and Klecan took second.

On the girls’ side, Maddie Vontz was fifth in the 100, while Tessa Seeberger was second in the 1,600. Brooke Ward took first in the 400.

Allison Seufert won the 800, while Seeberger was third, Riley Wilson was fourth and Alexis Pettay was sixth. Vontz was third in the 200 and Megan Rodgers was fifth. The 4x100 relay of Vontz, Seufert, Brooke Ward and Rodgers took second.

Emma Pettay was fourth in the pole vault, and Alexis Pettay was second in triple jump with Jordyn Braun in fifth.

Kayla Evans won discus with Brooke Woodward in sixth. Woodward took first in javelin and Evans took sixth in shot put.

The 4x400 relay of Vontz, Seufert, Wilson and Braun took first. Seufert, Alexis Pettay, Wilson and Ward took first in the 4x800 relay. Emily Starkey was fourth in the 3,200, and Giulia Rinaldi was sixth.

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