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Sabetha Wins Home Sabetha Inivitational Track Meet

Being at home benefited the Sabetha Bluejays, yesterday in their home Sabetha Invitational track meet, as both their girls and boys track squads won the team meet titles, winning by more than 25-plus points each. While Sabetha took home the team titles on the day, many of the other area schools competing enjoyed successful days for individuals or their teams finishing in the top side of the standings.

Sabetha girls team cumulated a total of 137 team points to take the first place crown, as they won four individual event titles, as well. It was the Chargers of Jefferson County North that came in second place, as they were the only other school to amass over 100 total team points, finishing with 102 on the day. Third place went to the Bulldogs of Marysville who beat out Baileyville-B&B by 10 points for the spot, as Marysville tabbed 81 points and B&B 71, good for fourth place for the Falcons. The rest of the team finishes were as followed: 5th Bern (70), 6th Hiawatha (52), 7th ACCHS (33), 8th Horton (26), Doniphan West (1) and 10th Valley Falls.

There were three two event winners on the day, but enjoy the best day individually was Bern Indian, Shelby Hundley who won three event titles. Hundley swept the hurdles races on the day, winning both the 100 (16.76) and 300-meter (49.12) hurdles, while she also sprinted her way to a win in the 200-meter dash (27.12). The other multi-event winners came from three other schools in Marysville, B&B and Horton.

Marysville's relay team won two of the three running relays on the day taking the 4x100 (51.93) and 4x400-meter (4:12.65) relay crowns. Horton Charger, Leah Murata paced her way to victories in the 1600 (5:36.85) and 3200-meter (12:24) runs. While it was Haley Strathman of B&B leaping to victory in the triple jump (33'-7 1/2") and high jump (5'-4"). Of the four teams that saw an individual or team win multiple events two of them saw other athletes win events. 

B&B, also had Laura Sudbeck in the field events win the shot put (38'-2") crown for the Falcons, while Marysville had multiple other event winners. Haylee Eck won the pole vault 8'-6"), Maggie Leonard won the 800-meter run (2:34.96) and Blair Russell won the 400-meter dash (1:01). 

Other winners at the Sabetha Invitational track meet in the girls competitions were: Sabetha--Kayla Herl (100-meter dash --12.96), Kayla Renyer (discus throw -- 130'4"), Heidi Heiniger (javelin throw -- 121'-8") and Sabetha won the Throwers relay (58.80); Jefferson County North--Relay team (4x800-meter relay -- 10:26.56) and Kim Cooper (long jump -- 15'-9 1/2").

The Sabetha boys like the girls won by a nice margin in the team scores, amassing 140 total team points, while Hiawatha was the only other boys school to notch 100-plus points, scoring 114 points good for second place. Third place went to Jefferson County North with 90 total points, while Marysville came in fourth with 63.5 points. The rest of the team finishes were as followed: 5th Bern (49), 6th Horton (46.5), 7th Baileyville-B&B (26), 8th ACCHS (22), 9th Doniphan West (20) and 10th Valley Falls (6).

Four individuals/relay teams won two event crowns on the boys side with two of them coming from the second place finishing team in Hiawatha. Denzel Chilcoat, continued to sprint his way to event wins in the 100 (10.83) and 200-meter (22.40) dashes, winning both. While his teammate, Cale Heiniger, too continued his success in his respective events, winning the 1600 (4:46.50) and 3200-meter (10:06.05) run. The other multi-event winners were Bern's Matthew Haverkamp and Jefferson County North's relay team. Haverkamp split his titles between the field and track, winning the 400-meter (53.03) dash and high jump (5'-10"). Chargers relay team won both the 4x400 (3:33.65) and 4x800-meter (8:41.60) relays.

Hiawatha and Jefferson County North saw some other individuals win events, also. Hiawatha's, Brendan Steele won the long jump (20'-1"), while Billy Noll of Jefferson County North won the 800-meter run (2:06.40) and Luke Pyle won the javelin throw (165'-6").

Other winners at the Sabetha Invitational track meet in the boys competitions were: Sabetha--Garrett Renyer (110-meter hurdles -- 16.68), Chad Aberle (300-meter hurdles -- 42.92) and Sabetha--Relay Team (4x100-meter relay -- 44.59); Horton--Jacob Lott (Shot Put -- 52'-0 1/2"); Marysville--Jacob Friedrichs (discus throw -- 146'-4"); ACCHS--Throwers Relay Team (Throwers relay -- 49.57); B&B--David Macke (pole vault -- 11'-0"); Doniphan West--Jordan Sellers (triple jump -- 38'-7 1/2").

Full track results are below: 

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