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Holton Girls & Boys Win ACCHS Track Invite
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

ACCHS Track Invite Results (4-10-18) - Girls & Boys

The track season rolled along on Tuesday at ACCHS with several area teams in action and plenty of great performances. 

The Holton Wildcats earned the sweep of the team titles on the day at the ACCHS Invite as the Wildcat boys posted 119.5 total points to win by 33.5 points, while the girls totaled 123 to win by 33 points. Maur Hill-Mount Academy and Mclouth boys took second and third, respectively while in the girls competition Hiawatha and Oskaloosa placed second and third as teams. Finishing out the boys team scores: Hiawatha, Horton, ACCHS, Valley Falls, Riverside, Riverbend International, Oskaloosa, Doniphan West and Kickapoo Nation in fourth through 12th. Rounding out the girls team scores: ACCHS, Doniphan West, Mclouth, Valley Falls, Maur Hill-Mount Academy, Horton, Riverside, Riverbend International and Kickapoo Nation. 

On the way to first place finishes for the girls and boys as teams Holton was led by eight first place finishes in competition on the day. Kale Purcell was a multi-event winner for the Wildcats as he won the 110 meter hurdles (17.50) and the triple jump (39'07.50). In field events for the Holton boys Andrew Harrison won the discus (153'09), Ian Watkins took first in the javelin (124'05) and Mason Chanay won the pole vault (10'06). Lady Wildcats had three first place finishes as the 4x100 meter relay (54.64) team took first, while Tabor Barta won the pole vault (7'00) and Cailin Parks won the 400 meter dash (1:03.26). 

Hiawatha Red Hawks had seven first place finishes on the day to lead their performances at the ACCHS Invite. Elizabeth Kettler won both the 800 and 1600 meter runs posting times of 2:34 and 5:43.30, while also on the track for the lady Red Hawks Claire Geiger won the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 17.24. Also for the Hiawatha girls Ashlynn Henry won the triple jump behind a leap of 28'02. The Hiawatha boys took first in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter runs with Parker Winters, Justin Hodge and Liam Jones registering those performances with times of 2:15.48, 4:52.51 and 11:17.27. 

Mclouth boys on their way to third place as a team swept the relay competitions winning the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 meter relays by posting times of 46.67, 3:46.66 and 9:36.34. While the lady Bulldogs were led by Baylee Wolfe as she won the 3200 meter run (13:11.37). 

Tucker Smith highlighted the day for ACCHS as he won three events, sprinting to the win in the 200 and 400 meter dashes with times of 23.49 and 51.92, while posting a leap of 19'09 to win the long jump. Lady Tigers 4x400 meter relay team notched a time of 4:33.41 to take the gold. 

For the Horton Chargers it was a trio of first place finishes leading the Chargers performances on the day. Marshall Randall sprinted to first in the boy’s 100 meter dash (11.74), while Conner Winter won the boys shot put (47'06) and Daspin Bruning won the girls javelin (108'11). 

Valley Falls Dragon, Sway Schmelzle won three events on the day as she took first in the 100 and 200 meter dashes with times of 13.04 and 27.54 and won the long jump behind a leap of 14'08.50. 

Maur Hill-Mount Academy was led by Ben Siebert who won the boys high jump (6'0) and the by the girls 4x800 meter relay (11:20.25) who also took first place. 

Jaden Courter led Oskaloosa as she tossed her way to first place in the shot put (38'02.50) and discus (102'09.50). 

Doniphan West Mustangs also had a pair of first place finishes as Shayna Wilson won the girls 300 meter hurdles (52.23) and Alexis Wilson won the girls high jump (5'00). 

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