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Sabetha Girls and Boys Win Hiawatha Invitational
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
04/26/2019

2019 Hiawatha Invitational - Results

It was another competitive day on the track Thursday afternoon with several area teams competing at the Hiawatha Invitational, and it was the Sabetha girls’ and boys’ teams each taking first place.

The Bluejay boys were led by nine first place finishes, led by Mason Engelken who won the 110 and 300-meter hurdles. Charlie Bestwick also won the 1600-meter run, while Foster Saner won the pole vault, Kaleb Grimm the javelin, Elliott Strahm the shot put and Henry Glynn the 800-meter run. Sabetha was rounded out by two relay wins, as the team of Glynn, Kaden Dillon, Braeden Cox and Micah Romines won the 4 by 800-meter relay while the team of Engelken, Cox, Glynn and Romines won the 4 by 400 relay.

Troy and ACCHS added two gold medal winners each, as the Trojans had Reid Jasper win the 100 and 200-meter dashes, while the Tigers had Tucker Smith win the 400-meter dash along with the 4 by 100-meter relay team picking up a win as well.

Hiawatha got two more wins from Justin Hodge in the 3200-meter run and Broderick Jones in the discus, while Horton got a win from Gunnar Madere in the triple jump.

The boy’s side was rounded out by Doniphan West and Maur Hill-Mount Academy, as the Mustangs were led by Trent Spiker winning the long jump while the Ravens had Taylor Folsom win the high jump.

On the girl’s side the Lady Jays won the team title with five first place finishes led by two relay golds, with the team of Hattie Lukert, Hunter Lowdermilk, Kinley Schuette and Skylar McAfee winning the 4 by 800-meter relay while the team of Lukert, Kinley Schuette, Morgan Schuette and McAfee took the 4 by 400 relay. Lukert also won the 800-meter run, while Olivia Saner won the pole vault and Leah Renyer the discus.

Troy added five more golds with Amanda Stock and Morgan Masters each finishing with two each, as Stock won the triple jump and high jump while Masters won the 200-meter dash and long jump. The Trojans also won a relay gold, as Masters and Stock teamed up with Holly Williams and Cassidy Rosenberger to win the 4 by 100-meter relay.

The Hiawatha Redhawks finished with three winners, as Emma Bigham won the 400-meter dash, Brenna Diller the 100-meter dash and Kaysi Overdick the shot put.

Pleasant Ridge also had three winners, led by Emma Schwinn who won the 100 and 300-meter hurdles while Kaija Nutsch won the javelin.

The day was rounded out by one first place finish from ACCHS, as the Tigers had Victoria Caplinger win the 1600-meter run.


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