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E-Hawks Sixth At ELC?Relays

By Staff | Apr 20, 2010

ESTHERVILLE – Emmetsburg’s E-Hawks faced some stiff competition in Friday’s ELC?Relays, as they finished sixth in the team standings.

Joey Naig earned a third place finish in the 110 high hurdles with a :16.00 time, while teammate Jake Morris was fourth with a :16.97 effort. Ryan Kliegl was third in the high jump, clearing 5’8”.

Emmetsburg’s 4×100 relay, with Brady Berkland, Ryan Kliegl, Jake Stubbs and Cory Schultes, earned third place with a :46.15 clocking, and the 4×200 relay, with the same personnel, also finished third in a time of 1:36.75 and the shuttle hurdle relay, with Joey Naig, Jake Stubbs, Ryan Kliegl and Jake Morris, turned in a 1:02.23 time for a third place finish.

Cory Schultes took fourth place in the 200 meter dash with a :23.50 clocking and also earned fifth place in the 100 meter dash with an :11.71 effort. Jake Morris finished sixth in the long jump, leaping 19’ while teammate Brady Berkland was right behind in seventh place with an 18’8” leap.

The E-Hawk 4×400 relay, comprised of Andrew Wellik, Austin McCartan, Clayton Henderson and Chad Loomis, took sixth place with a time of 3:58.66 and the 4×800 relay, with Andrew Wellik, Chad Loomis, Clayton Henderson and Bobby Gappa, finished with a 9:55.16 for a sixth place finish.

Brady Berkland earned a seventh place finish in the 200 meter dash with a clocking of :23.92, while the E-Hawk medley relay of Jake Morris, Jake Stubbs, Justin Studer and Bobby Gappa, finished seventh with a time of 4:09.70. Rounding out the varsity finishes was Austin Oppenheimer in the 400 hurdles with a 1:01.90 time for seventh place and Andrew Wellik in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:27.63.

The E-Hawk junior varsity won the shuttle hurdle relay, as the foursome of Justin Firkins, Austin McCartan, Brady Garrelts and Austin Oppenheimer turned in a time of 1:08.83.

Austin Oppenheimer placed third in the 110 high hurdles, finishing in :18.66, while Andrew Garrelts took fourth in the discus, throwing 100’4” and Clayton Henderson took fifth place in the long jump, leaping 16’8.5”.