“The girls performed well overall,” Bob Seidl said of the Track and Field meet May 18 at McDonnell. Being short for team sports in an all relay meet "ma.es it dif.cult to compete,” Seidl …
“The girls performed well overall,” Bob Seidl said of the Track and Field meet May 18 at McDonnell. Being short for team sports in an all relay meet "ma.es it dif.cult
to compete,” Seidl said. As to individual team members May 18, Seidl said in part that, “Janelle Schesel ran extremely well. She ran a 1200 leg of the distance medley and then ran back-to back 400s. That was a tough day for her and she managed it well,” he said.
As to the boys, meanwhile, what otherwise would have been a .rst-place .nish in the 4
X 100-meter relay for the boys ended up in last placed after
a pass outside the exchange zone resulted in a “DQ’ mark,
or disquali.ed at the May 18
But lest you think all was bad
the boys .nished fourth in the
4 x 800-meter relay with a time of 10 minutes, 21.98 seconds.
“Good,” Seidl remarked of the time. Meanwhile, 9th-grader Reece Trunkel made a time of 12:07.93 in the 3200-meter run.
“A good solid run,” Seidl said of Trunkel’s performance May 18 at McDonnell.
Moving on down to the 4 x 200-meter relay, it was 1:54.71 for the four-member team of Black Mellor, Jared Fitzl, Blake Paul, and Henry Hoel at Dorais Field recently.
For the Distance Medley Relay, meanwhile, 12th-grader Travis Christoph carried a good portion of the distance with 1600 meters, aided in this by Zachary Haas with 1200 meters, Troy Trevino with 800 meters, and Zack Boes with 400 meters.
As to the boys 300-meter hurdles, Carsen Hause came away with a time of 49.98 seconds, while Ayden Marten took 54.33 and Nic Schmelzer 56.26 for the 300-meter trackway. For more results, see the box to the left.