Athletes Place In Glendive

Richland County track teams accounted for strong efforts at the large Glendive Shriners’ meet on Friday.

Sidney’s boys scored 67 points for third place in the team standings. The Eagles tallied 24 points in the girls’ division.

Savage’s girls accounted for 62 points for third place. Fairview scored 18 points in the boys’ division and six in the girls’ division.

Sidney’s Chace Waters was a double winner with firsts in the shot put at 53-2 and discus at 141-9.

Daniel Stevens cleared 14-0 in the pole vault for second place and Xander Schlothauer cleared 12-0 for third place.

Rhys Larson accounted for a best of 39-3 for second place in the triple jump. Kevin Hutzenbiler took fifth place with a mark of 38-3 in the event.

Joseph Yadon finished third in the 100 at 11.34 seconds. Aren Larson placed fifth at 11.45 seconds.

Carter Heggem ran the 1600 in 4:45.79 for fourth place.

Aren Larson cleared 5-10 to earn fifth place in the high jump. Hutzenbiler placed sixth in the long jump at 20-3.

Sidney’s boys’ 400-meter relay team featuring Yadon, A. Larson, Jarret Averett and Hutzenbiler finished second with a time of 45.46 seconds.

In the girls’ division, Sidney’s Morgan Kindopp cleared 11-6 for top honors in the pole vault.

Audree Deming placed third in the discus at 106-10 and Ave’ Norby took fourth at 99-5.

The 400-meter relay team consisting of MaKenna Sparks, Kindopp, Lily Tranquill and Myah Hughes placed fourth at 53.01 seconds.

Savage’s girls received first-place performances from Brooke Reuter and Cambry Conradsen. Reuter finished first in the 200 at 25.92 and 400 at 57.70 seconds. Conradsen earned first in the 100 at 12.38 seconds. Reuter was second in the 100 at 12.39 seconds.

Reuter accounted for a best of 17-11 for first place in the long jump.

Conradsen earned first in the triple jump at 34-10 and fourth in the long jump at 16-6.

Sayer Erickson scored for Savage’s boys by clearing 11-6 in the pole vault for fifth place.

Fairview’s boys’ 400-meter relay team of Curt Rice, Troy Karst, Jaxon Vitt and Tyler Loan finished third at 45.73 seconds.

Brock Schlothauer had a best of 143-4 for fourth place in the javelin. Loan ran the 400 in 54.12 for fourth place.

Deacon Gackle took fifth in the shot put at 43-7 and fifth in the discus at 134-7.

Kambre Kloker led Fairview’s girls by clearing 10-0 for fourth place in the pole vault. Kallee Hopes had a mark of 34-2 for fifth place in the shot put.


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