Eagles Place At Glendive Meet

The Sidney Eagles tuned up for this weekend's divisional track meet by competing at the Bill Kelly Twilight Invitational in Glendive on Friday.

The Eagles took fifth place in the boys' standings with 53 points. Williston earned first with 129 points followed by Glendive with 109 and Lewistown with 66 points.

In the girls' division, Sidney took sixth with 40 points. The top three teams were Williston with 116.5, Miles City with 94 and Hardin with 93 points.

Sidney's boys came away with two first-place showings at the meet. Daniel Stevens cleared 14-0 for top honors in the pole vault. Chace Waters had a mark of 150-10 for first place in the discus.

Kevin Hutzenbiler placed fourth in the triple jump at 39-0 while Gradin Sukut took sixth in the event with a best of 38-2.

Joseph Yadon finished second in the 200-meter dash at 23.56 seconds. Reece Graves took fifth in the 100 at 11.49 seconds.

Daxton Brower cleared 5-6 for fifth place in the high jump. Xander Schlothauer went over 11-6 for sixth place in the pole vault.

Ryan Unruh finished fourth in the 300-meter hurdles at 43.98 seconds and fifth in the 110-meter hurdles at 17.95 seconds.

The 400-meter relay team featuring Yadon, Aren Larson, Graves and Sukut finished second with a time of 45.0 seconds. Sidney's 1600-relay team consisting of Jarret Averett, Koda Glanton, Sukut and Kevin Hutzenbiler took fifth at 3:41.88.

Audree Deming was a double-winner for Sidney's girls. The junior earned first in the discus with a best of 117-4 and first in the shot put with a mark of 35-0.

Morgan Kindopp cleared 11-7 for top honors in the pole vault. For her performance, she was selected the female athlete of the meet.

Maliya Nguewoun placed fourth in the triple jump with a best of 32-9.

Ave' Norby took fifth in the discus with a mark of 101-1. Madison Thompson was sixth in the shot put at 31-4. Myah Hughes ran the 100 in 13.43 seconds for fifth-place honors.

The 400-meter relay team featuring MaKenna Sparks, Kindopp, Lily Tranquill and Hughes finished sixth with a time of 53.10 seconds.


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