Both varsity track and field teams opened their season last night by hosting Jay County. Both teams came up on the short end as a team, but the Bruins had some great individual efforts.
The boys team was defeated 69-53. The girls were defeated 95-28.
Coach Sehy said, “The Athletes did a great job and showed a good deal of heart and competitiveness. We are truly looking forward to watching this group of athlete, boys and girls, grow and improve throughout the season.”
Boy’s Results (scorers):
4X800 Relay: 1st, 9:18.12, Evan Watt, Donavan Osborn, Lance Manley, Noah Kitterman
1600M: 1st, 5:24.28, Lance Manley; 3rd, 5′:32.56, Noah Kitterman
4×100 Relay: 1st, (no time recorded): Ryne Clamme, Wyatt Smith, Braxton Malott, Randy Winger
400M: 2nd, 54.56, Evan Watt
300M Hurdles: 1st, 45.43, Carson Sehy
800M: 1st, 2:27.88, Noah Kitterman; 3rd, 2:29.71, Lance Manley
200M: 3rd, 24.87, Dylan Teer
3200M: 1st, 11:29.87, Donovan Osborn; 3rd, 13:31.35, Keaton Walker
4×400 Relay: 1st, 3:47.24, Evan Watt, Carson Sehy, Scott Winger, Noah Kitterman
High Jump: 2nd, 5’8″, Randy Winger
Long Jump: 3rd, 17’1, Lance Manley
Discus: 2nd, 112’4″, Scott Winger; 3rd, 87’8″, Braxton Malott
Shot Put: 2nd, 33’4.5, Braxton Malott
The Bruins head to Wapahani on Saturday for an invite beginning at 9:30am.