Tricounty News

Very successful week for EV-W-K girls' track



By Dennis Abernathy, coach

The EV-W-K girls' track team had a busy, but successful week competing at B-B-E Tuesday, May 3, and St. John's University Friday, May 6. The girls finished third and second respectively. Friday, the girls competed with a skeleton crew, as many of the EV-W girls were on a band trip to Chicago. The girls also compete this week at GSL Tuesday for True Team Sections and Thursday at ROCORI. EV-W-K will host its only meet of the year (Jr. High) on Friday.

B-B-E highlights

100M dash-Sam Stuve third place 13.4

200M dash-Sam Stuve third place 28.1

400M dash-Rachel Arnold third place 62.3

800M run-Marissa Johnson eighth place 3:06.0

4 x 400 Relay-Emily Donnay, Britanny Hesse, Molly Hesse, Rachel Arnold first place 4:20.0 (State Honor Role Qualifier)

Pole vault-Sam Stuve second place 8', Molly Hesse-t fifth 7'6"

Long jump-Brittany Hesse sixth place 13' 8"

Shot put-Shawny Kramer second place 31'2", Casey Schlangen fourth place 29'7.75", Allie Seth-fifth place 28'9"

Discus-Shawny Kramer firstplace 119'11", Casey Schlangen-second place 96'11"

St. John's Prep Invite highlights

100M hurdles-Tiffany Kuechle first place 17.53, Holly Erickson third place 17.93

100M dash-Sam Stuve fourth place 13.61

4 x 200 relay-Kayla Overland, Nicole Orth, Taeya Rohloff, Maddie Gasper third place 2:05.20

400M Dash-McKenzie Dammann sixth place 1:14.12

300M hurdles-Emily Donnay second place 49.96 (NEW SCHOOL RECORD), Holly Erickson fourth place 52.53

800M run-Rachel Arnold second place 2:30.81

3200M run-Brooke Winter second place 13:47, Denzel Atherton sixth place 14:47

4 x 400M Relay-Rachel Arnold, Emily Donnay, Sam Stuve, Macey Hurrle first place 4:23.25

High jump-Tiffany Kuechle t-third 4'6"

Discus-Shawny Kramer first place 113' 4"

Shot put-Shawny Kramer first place 33' 1", Allie Seth fourth place 29'5"

Note: With a time of 49.96 sec. in the 300 hurdles, eighth-grader Emily Donnay not only beat the school record set by Rachel Arnold in 2010, but also qualifies for the state honor role.