Emmetsburg Thinclads Compete In Lakes Conference Meet
STORM?LAKE – Emmetsburg’s boys and girls track teams took part in the Lakes Conference track meet on May 3 and competed hard in their events.
The E-Hawk boys would earn three All-Conference finishes on the day, including one championship for the efforts.
Emmetsburg would finish sixth in the team standings, but collected a championship as the Shuttle hurdle relay, with Chad Loomis, Allen Jensen, Clayton and Cody Henderson took first place with a 1:00.20 time and were accorded All Conference Honors.
Also earning All Conferrence honors was the 4×100 relay, as the foursome of Brady Berkland, Brady Christensen, Andrew Wellik and Allen Jensen too second with a :45.18 time and Cody Henderson finished second in the 110 hurdles with a :15.72 to earn All Conference honors.
Andrew Garrelts would place third in the shot put with a throw of 46’6.75″ while the 4×200 relay of Berkland, Jensen, Christensen and Wellik placed fourth with a 1:32.90. Brady Berkland took fifth in the 100 mete dash with an :11.91. Clayton Henderson finished fifth in the 110 hurdles with a time of :17.08 and Brady Christensen was sixth in the 100 meter dash with an 11:92. Andrew Wellik took fifth in the 200 meter dash in :23.18, and Brady Berkland was seventh with a :23.29 clocking.
Chad Loomis finished seventh in the 400 hurdles with a t1:02.12 time while Clayton Henderson was 11th in 1:03.40.
The E-Hawks’ Sprint Medley took eighth place as Jacob Kibbie, Aaron Bird, Greg Wesley and Wesley Brennan finished with a 4:28.70. Arik Kerr placed eighth in the shot put with a throw of 43.4.5″. while Andrew Garrelts took eighth in the discus with a throw of 128’3″.
Jacob Hutchinson was tenth in the discus with a throw of 123.1″ and Wesley Brennan finished tenth in the 1600 meter run with a time of 5:29.35, while Clayton Henderson earned 11th place in the long jump, leaping 17′.
Emmetsburg would finish eighth in the team competition on Thursday, as the Lady E-Hawks found the competition tough. Emmetsburg’s best finishes came from the Shuttle Hurdle relay with a fourth place effort, as the foursome of Alexa Naig, Aly Berven, Jayme Penrod and Hadley Egland turned in a 1:16.34 time. The Sprint Medley, with Jayme Penrod, Mikki Mundus, Emily Bonnstetter and Caroline Fantz took fourth with their 1:59.69 time.
The 4×100 relay, with Jayme Penrod, Hadley Egland, Alexa Naig and Emily Bonnstetter took fifth with a :53.85 effort while the 4×200, with Jayme Penrod, Mikki Mundus, Alexa Naig and Emily Bonnstetter ran a 1:54.81 to finish fifth as well.
In the 4×800 relay, the foursome of Maura Soukup, Madison Reimer, Tara Harris and Taylor Reimer finished sixth with a time of 11:57.32. Taylor Reimer finished seventh in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:40.47, while Maura Soukup was eighth in 2:59.02.
Mikki Mundus earned eighth place in the 100 meter dash with her :14.08 clocking, while Hadley Egland took eighth in the 100 hurdles in :18.03 and Aly Berven finished ninth in :18.36.
Caroline Fantz finished eighth in the 200 meter dash with a time of :28.83 and Mikki Mundus was tenth in :29.61. Jacque Carlson would earn ninth place in the discus with a throw of 86’11.75″.
Rachel Ruddy placed tenth in the long jump with a leap of 13’9.5″ and then placed 12th in the 100 meter dash with a :14.88 effort. Tara Harris would finish 12th in the 1500 meter run with a time of 6:08.43 and Britni Will finished 13th in the discus with a throw of 83’9″.