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Tons of Personal Records Broken at Sabetha Invitational
By Jared Sleppy
Copyright: MSC Sports

Tons of personal and season records were broken in the Sabetha Invitational track and field meet on Thursday.

Nemaha Central, Marysville and Holton all made the top three team scores in both the boys and girls meets.

The Thunder got the victory in the girls’ meet with 144 total points with Marysville placing second with 116 and Holton getting third with 93.

Centralia senior Reagan Becker broke a school record in the long jump with her jump of 17’9.75. The record that Becker broke was set in 1988 by her aunt Renee Becker Crisler, according to Centralia girls’ track and field head coach Dusty Thompson.

The runner-up was Nemaha Central sophomore Cali Honeyman, who also had a personal best jump. The sophomore’s effort was measured at 16’5. Holton sophomore Lauren Shupe also broke her own personal record with a jump of 16’3 for third place. In fact, the top seven leaders in the long jump all broke their own personal records.

Marysville triple jumpers owned the podium with freshman Kacy Roesch winning the event with a jump of 34’9 which was a personal best. Senior Brynn O’Neil made a season-best jump of 33’5, and sophomore Afton Harries also got a PR with a distance of 33’4.50.

Holton junior Piper Robinson set a season record in the pole vault clearing 10’6 which got her the gold.

Nemaha Central’s A-team won the girls’ 4x100-meter relay. Cami Dalinghaus, Natalie Hammes, Ellie Hermesch and Julie Rottinghaus ran the race for the Thunder and ended up with a time of 53.35.

They also won the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 4:24.35 with Cali Honeyman, Ella Larkin, Maddy Mosteller and Hailey Nordhus running the race.

To finish the trifecta, they were victorious in the 4x800-meter relay with a time of 11:04.26. Ellie Hermesch, Jade Macke, Eva Cortes and Mara Marten ran in that race.

For the boys’ team scores, Marysville won the meet with 137 points, Holton got second with 111 and Nemaha Central placed third with 76. The Hiawatha boys’ team finished five points away from making the podium with a fourth-place finish of 71 points.

Nemaha Central junior Holden Bass got a season record with a discuss throw of 157’2 to get him first place. Marysville senior Peyton Smith got second place and a personal record with a toss of 154’1.5. Holton senior Matthew Lierz rounded out the podium with a personal best toss of 138’2.5.

Holton senior Gary Booth ran for a personal record time of 22.81 in the 200-meter dash to give him first place.

In the 3200-meter race, Hiawatha junior Felix McCartney got a PR with a time of 10:15.41 which got him the gold medal. Horton sophomore also PR’d with a time of 10:44.96 which was enough for second place.

Nemaha Central junior Carter Rottinghaus set a personal record in the long jump with a jump of 20’6 which got him second place. Marysville senior Rook Williams got the gold with a leap of 20’10.5.

Williams’ teammate, sophomore Will Otott, broke his own personal record and got first place in the triple jump with an effort of 40’6.75.

Holton’s A-squad placed first in the boys’ 4x100-meter relay with Logan Altenburg, Gary Booth, Jace Boswell and Matthew Lierz making up the team with a time of 44.54.

In the 4x400-meter relay, Holton also got first place with Caleb Hernandez, Sam Miller, Brayden Peek and Nathan Shupe doing the dirty work. The Wildcats finished with a blazing time of 3:39.83.

Marysville got first in the 4x800-meter relay with Nathaniel Miller, Silas Miller, Kolton Schotte and Asher Wasson running for a time of 8:40.07.

Full results from the meet can be found here.

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