Fairview Places Fourth At Divisional

The Fairview Warriors took fourth place in both the boys’ and girls’ divisions during the Northern B divisional track meet held in Glasgow on Friday and Saturday.

Fairview’s girls accounted for 50.5 points. The top three teams were Glasgow with 115 points, Fairfield with 76 and Conrad with 64. Fairview’s boys finished with 42 points. Topping the boys’ field were Glasgow with 134, Fairfield with 82 and Wolf Point with 56 points.

Both of Fairview’s boys’ relay teams ran to first-place honors. The 400-meter relay team featuring Curt Rice, Jeffrey Tjelde, Troy Karst and Tyler Loan finished with a time of 44.97 seconds. The 1600-meter relay team consisting of Tjelde, Ryan Lustig, Karst and Loan had a time of 3:37.48.

Landen Thompson earned second in the shot put with a best of 45-6.

Brock Schlothauer took fourth in the javelin with a mark of 151-3. Deacon Gackle was fifth in the discus at 138-6.

Rice finished fourth in the 300-meter hurdles at 44.19 seconds and fifth in the 110-meter hurdles at 17.25 seconds.

Placing sixth were Loan in the 100 at 11.63 and Karst in the 200 at 24.17.

Both of Fairview’s girls’ relay teams earned top honors. The 400-meter relay team of Averi Riedel, Carly Buxbaum, Kynlee Vitt and Kallee Hopes took first with a time of 51.86 seconds. The 1600-meter relay team featuring Buxbaum, Vitt, Hopes and Riedel finished with a time of 4:23.87.

Kambre Kloker cleared 10-0 for second-place honors in the pole vault.

Riedel finished third in the 100 at 13.32, fourth in the 400 at 1:03.94 and sixth in the 200 at 28.64.

Hopes placed fifth in the shot put at 33-11, fifth in the 400 at 1:04.32 and fifth in the discus at 96-10.

Buxbaum took fourth in the 200 at 28.32 and sixth in the 100 at 13.47.

Vitt cleared 4-6 for sixth place in the high jump.

 

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