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Hiawatha Girls, MH-MA Boys Win ACCHS Track & Field Invitational
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

ACCHS Track Invitational – Results

The high school track season rolled along Tuesday night for area teams competing at the ACCHS Invitational, and it was the Hiawatha girls and Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys claiming team titles. 

On the girls side the RedHawks were led by six first places finishes, with two coming from Brenna Diller who won the triple jump and 100-meter dash. Jasmine Morey also won the 1600 and 3200-meter runs, while Kaysi Overdick won the shot out and the 4 by 400-meter relay team taking gold as well. 

Holton finished with the most gold medal winners with seven, led by Regan Baum who won the 100 and 300-meter hurdles. Cailin Parks also won the 200 and 400-meter dashes, while the 4 by 100-meter relay team also took gold. The Lady Cats were rounded out by Tabor Barta who won the pole vault, while Danicka Hickman won the long jump. 

McLouth added two more gold medal winners, as Sarah Dailey won the dicus while the 4 by 800-meter relay team also took home a win.

Doniphan West and Oskaloosa rounded out the girl’s side, as the Mustangs had Elle Williams win the 800-meter run and Alexis Wilson the high jump while the Bears had Jenna Pfau win the javelin.

On the boy’s side the meet winner Maur Hill-Mount Academy had just three gold medal winners, with the 4 by 100 and 400-meter relay teams along with Cameron Taft in the shot put each picking up wins. 

Holton added three more first place finishes, with Cameron Smith winning the pole vault, Canon Karen the javelin and Ian Watkins the 100-meter dash. 

ACCHS had three individual winners as well, with Tucker Smith winning the 200 and 400-meter dashes while Trystin Myers won the 300-meter hurdles.

Hiawatha also had Justin Hodge win the 1600 and 3200-meter runs and Brode Jones the discus, while Horton’s Gunnar Madere won the long jump and triple jump.

McLouth rounded out teams with multiple winners, as Asher Robbins won the 100-meter hurdles while the 4 by 800-meter relay team also won gold.

Riverside and Valley Falls rounded out first place finishers, with the Cyclones Matthew Kline winning the 800-meter run while the Dragons had Nathan Hawk take first in the high jump.

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