Wamego wins Rock Creek invited
The Wamego boys’ and girls’ track teams won the Rock Creek Invitational on Thursday in Flush.
The girls’ team scored 109 points to beat out Clay Center at 82. Riley County was fourth with 76 and Rock Creek took fifth at 65. Frankfort was 11th with 11 points.
The Wamego boys’ team scored 120 and Clay Center had 109. Rock Creek was fourth with 58 points, while Riley County was sixth with 43 and Frankfort was ninth with 18.
Emma Pettay was third in pole vault for the Red Raiders and Gabby Klein was fifth, while Kyle Max was fourth on the boys’ side. Alexis Pettay took third in the long jump and second in the triple jump.
Kayla Evans took second for Wamego in the shot put and Eli Miller was fifth in the boys’ shot put. Evans was first in the discus and Brooke Woodward was fifth. Miller was second in the discus and Michael Bryan was fourth.
Woodward took first in the girls’ javelin, while the girls 4x800-meters and the boys’ 4x800 relay teams each took first.
Chris Willette was third in the 110 hurdles and Joey Holley was fifth. Maddie Vontz was second in the 100 dash and John Sullivan was first.
Matt Scherer was fifth in the 1,600 and Colby Nelsen was sixth. The girls’ 4x100 relay took third, while the boys’ 4x100 was second. Tessa Seeberger was second and Brooke Ward was third in the 400, while Anthony Klecan was third. Holley was second in 300 hurdles and Willette was third. Riley Wilson took third in the girls’ 800, and Cannon Woodward too second in the boys’ 800 with Nelson in sixth
Vontz took third in the 200 and John Sullivan was second in the boys’ 200 with Joe Sullivan in fifth. Elise Wolf took sixth in the 3,200. Scherer was second in the boys’ 3,200 with Ethan Artzer in third. Wamego’s girls’ 4x400 relay was third and the boys’ group was first.
Rock Creek got a second-place finish from Rachel Forrester in the girls’ pole vault and first from Jackson Meyer in the boys’ pole vault. Holly Forrester was fourth in the high jump and Lyla Lenauer was sixth. Layne Turnbull was fifth in the high jump.
Hayden Schlochtmeier won the girls’ long jump for the Mustangs, while Forrester was fourth, Alli Snapp was fifth and Lenauer was sixth in triple jump. Ryan Schneider won the triple jump and Meyer was second. Snapp took sixth in the javelin.
Carson Becker finished fourth in the javelin and the girls’ 4x800 was third. Schlochtmeier won the 100 hurdles for the Mustangs and Schneider was second in the 110 hurdles. Forrester was third in the 100 dash and Jacy Johnston was sixth in the 1,600. The boys’ 4x100 relay took third and Forrester was second in 300 hurdles. Schneider won the 300 hurdles, while Johnston was fourth in the girls’ 3,200.
Bethany Crubel was third in the high jump for Riley County. Josiah Satzler was sixth in the boys’ high jump. Madison Vargo took second in the long jump and Hannah March was fifth. Landin Griffith took first in the boys’ long jump and Ian Eastes took third.
Abigail Wahl was fourth in the shot put for the Falcons, while Kristy Nixon was second and Wahl was third. The girls’ 4x800 was fifth and Natalie Bell was sixth in the 100 hurdles. March and Vargo went fourth and fifth in the 100 dash, while Griffith was sixth in the boys’ 100.
Beka Silvia was third in the 1,600 for Riley County, while Blake Dodson won the 1,600. The girls’ 4x100 took second and the boys’ 4x100 relay was fourth. Garrett Staten was fifth in the 400. Bell finished sixth in the 300 hurdles and Griffith was fourth. Silvia took fifth in the 800, while Dodson was fourth in the boys’ 800.
March was second in the 200 and Eastes was sixth in the boys’ 200. Abbi Collins took second in the 3,200 run.
Ashley Joseph was seventh in the girls’ pole vault for Frankfort and Jake Rose was second on the boys’ side. Allison Rose was fourth in the discus. Joseph finished third in the javelin. Kyle Vaughn was fifth in the boys’ javelin. Adam Koch was second in the 1,600.