Six schools competed in the Fischer Invitational at Santa Fe Trail, yesterday and half of them where local area schools. Santa Fe Trail boys highlighted the meet of the three are schools as they won the team title, with Atchison taking home second place on the boys side.
For the boys it was the Chargers of Santa Fe Trail tallying 162 team points to notch the team crown for the meet with Atchison following them in second place as the only other boys team to tally over 100 team points, notching 124 as a team. Onaga the other area school finished fifth as a team with 46 team points.
On the girls side the area teams finished in the bottom half of the standings with Atchison earning fourth place (84), Santa Fe Trail fifth (74) and Onaga sixth (69). Mission Valley won the girls team title for the meet.
Boys individual event performers saw each school notch at least one event winner. Onaga's, Thomas Eisenbarth took home the high jump crown for the Buffaloes. While Atchison's relay team took home two titles winning both the 4x100 and 4x800 meter relays, but Atchison would not be done with first place finishes there as Dane Anderson was a multi-event winner, also. Anderson threw his way to wins in the shot put and discus throw for the Redman of Atchison. Santa Fe Trail enjoyed the most first place finishers in the boys events tallying six, including two multi-event winners. TJ Kemble and Dawson Colglazier both won two events for the Chargers on the day. Kemble took home the long and triple jumps titles, while Colglazier ran his way to the 800 and 1600 meter runs crowns. Dallas Gloss made it a sweep for Santa Fe Trail in the distance running as he won the 3200 meter run. Santa Fe Trail's relay team took the 4x400 meter relay title, while Derrick Zaldivar notched the win in the 300 meter hurdles.
On the girls side there was only four events won by the three area schools. Santa Fe Trail took home the 4x800 meter relay title and also the high jump crown with Mak Herron winning that event. Atchison took home the other two first places coming in the shot put and discus throw, as Harleigh Boldridge and Jordan Seymore won those events, respectively.
See full results shown below: