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Nemaha Valley Invitational Track Results
04/11/2012
 

It was Nemaha Valley taking home the both team titles for the track meet on both the girls and boys side, enjoying multiple top three performances from individuals. While Nemaha Valley took home the team titles all the teams really enjoyed a day that saw great individual performances.

On the boys side, Nemaha Valley won the team title only by a slim margin, one-point with 114.5 points, as Pawnee City notched 113.5 total points in the meet, to give them second place. Centralia wrapped up third place by a wide margin as the only other team to have a cumulative team score over 100, as they finished with 102 points. Rounding out the rest of the standings were the teams in this order: Valley Heights (4th), Frankfort (5th), B&B (6th), Bern (7th), Axtell (8th) and Onaga (9th).

The most top three finishers on the day team wise shook out the same way the top of the team results came out with Nemaha Valley, Pawnee City and Centralia going one-two-three with 13, 12 and 10 top three finishes on the day in the events. Multiple individuals had successful days individually with various top three finishes. Michael Glatzcak of Centralia took home two-event crown winning the long jump and 400 meter run; while also tallying third place in the 100 and 200 meter dashes. Another Centralia Panther in Lukas Koch, took home the most individual titles on the boys side for the day winning three events in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter runs.

Valley Heights Mustang, Elijah Smith had a first, second and third place finish on the day. He notched first in the 110 meter hurdles, second in the triple jump and third in the 300 meter hurdles. While Pawnee City's, Nate Weirs tallied three top three finishes himself, winning the 100 and 200 meter dashes and placing third in the 400 meter run.

Five other individuals each took home two top three finishes in individual events those were: Brad Boeckman (Nemaha Valley) 3rd place in high and triple jumps; Isaac McWilliams (Nemaha Valley) 1st place in triple jump and 3rd in 3200 meter run; Alex Hermesch (Nemaha Valley) 1st in 300 meter hurdles and 2nd in 110 meter hurdles; Hadley Sejkora (Pawnee City) 2nd place in 800 and 1600 meter runs; Adam Koch (Frankfort) 2nd in 3200 meter run and 3rd in 1600 meter run.

For the girls teams competing it was Nemaha Valley taking home the team title in impressive fashion, finishing with a team score of 141.2, which was 47.2 points higher than that of the second place team. Second place went to B&B with 94, who distanced themselves from third quite well, also. After the top two spots the team cumulative scores were a lot closer through the third and tenth place team finishes. Bern took home third place as a squad with 59.5 points, while Centralia tallied fourth by a slim margin over Pawnee City who notched fifth. Rounding out the rest of the standing were the teams in this order: Axtell (6th), Frankfort (7th), Valley Heights (8th), Onaga (9th) and Wetmore (10th).

Just like in the boys side of competition the girls top three team finisher's each tallied the most top three individual event top three finishers in the same order they finished with team scores with Nemaha Valley having the most with 14. B&B finished with nine, while Bern who finished third overall as a team notched six top three finishes in the events of the day. The top performers of the day in individual events went to Nemaha Valley's, McKayla Brezina and Wetmore's, Dana Kramer who each notched three top three finishes in individual events on the day. Brezina took home first in the 100 meter hurdles and second in the 300 meter hurdles and high jump. Wetmore's, Kramer was one of only two individuals to win first in two individual events on the girls side of competition, taking the long and triple jump crowns, while also finishing second in the 100 meter hurdles.

Audrey Schmitz of Axtell was the other track athlete to take home two first place finishes in individual events, as she won the 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Cassidy Coggins of Valley Heights, also had a pretty solid day with a second place finish in the 100 meter dash and two third place finishes in the long and triple jump. Five other girls finished the day with two top three finishes on the day they were: Shelby Hundley (Bern) 1st in 300 meter hurdles and 3rd in 100 meter hurdles; Haley Strathman (B&B) 1st in high jump and 2nd in triple jump; Jill Swart (Nemaha Valley) 3rd in the pole vault and 200 meter dash; Ashley Rottinghaus (Nemaha Valley) 1st in 800 meter run and 2nd in 1600 meter run; Amaris Jones (Centralia) 2nd in the 3200 meter run and 3rd in the 1600 meter run.

Full results listed below: 
 

Girls Team Scores: 

1. Nemaha Valley         141.2
2. B&B                                  94
3. Bern                              59.5
4. Centralia                      48.5
5. Pawnee City            48.133
6. Axtell                                 46
7. Frankfort                   35.333
8. Valley Heights                 29
9. Onaga                       28.333
10. Wetmore                        28

 

Boys Team Scores: 

 

1. Nemaha Valley      114.5
2. Pawnee City           113.5
3. Centralia                  102
4. Valley Heights            63
5. Frankfort                    53
6. B&B                       40.5
7. Bern                          31
8. Axtell                        29
9. Onaga                     11.5

 

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