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Jeff County North Girls and Boys Track Teams Win Home Invitational
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
05/05/2019

JCN Invitational Results – Girls & Boys

Area Northeast Kansas League track teams were back in action Friday afternoon at the Jeff County North Invitational and it was the host Chargers who wrapped up girls and boys team titles.

The JCN girls took the top team spot with 13 first place finishes, led by Kassidy Robertson who won the 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes. Adie Manville also won the high jump and triple jump, while in other field events the Chargers had Josie Gerety win the javelin, Josie Weishaar the long jump, Karisa Schmalz the pole vault and Madison Vaught the shot put. The JCN rounded out wins with Makayla Ratzloff winning the 300-meter hurdles, while the Chargers swept the relay races as well.

McLouth finished second on the girl’s side with four wins, led by Reagan Clark who won the 1600 and 3200-meter runs. The Lady Dawgs also had Hailey Coates win the 100-meter hurdles while Sarah Dailey won the discus.

Doniphan West rounded out girl’s first place finishes with one, as Elle Williams won the 800-meter run.

On the boy’s side once again it was the host Chargers taking the top spot with six first place finishes, led by Kyle Budy who captured the 200 and 400-meter dashes. JCN also saw James Kramer win the 100-meter dash, Caleb McAfee the discus, Ryan Feldkamp the javelin and the 4 by 800-meter relay team taking gold as well.

McLouth added four more wins, as Asher Robbins won the 110-meter hurdles and Jeremy Carlton the pole vault along with the 4 by 100-meter relay team also taking first.

Valley Falls was the only other area school with multiple first place finishers, as Nathan Hawk won the high jump and Nathan Pickerell the triple jump.

The meet was rounded out by Doniphan West, Oskaloosa and ACCHS who each had one winner, as the Mustangs had Trent Spiker win the long jump, the Bears Justin Miller in the shot put and the Tigers Trystin Myers in the 300-meter hurdles.


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