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Boys compete against tough competition

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The Southeast Valley boys’ track team headed to Manson on Thursday, April 12th for some tough competition against quite a few teams they will see at the conference and state qualifying meets later in the year.  The Jaguars finished in 6th place with 67 points.  South Central Calhoun won the meet with 133 points followed by OABCIG with 100 points.  Conference foes PAC was 3rd with 89 and Alta Aurelia was 5th with 82.

    The Jaguars were lead by a pair of runner up finishes on Thursday.  Nolan Johnson was 2nd in the 800 with a time of 2:09.37.  The other silver medal was won by the distance medley team of Kyler Fisher, Nyles Johnson, Nolan Johnson and Patrick Breitsprecher.  Their time of 3:52.15 was the best of the year.  Coledon Bethel won a pair of medals in the distance double, running a season best in the 3200m run to finish 3rd (11:08.21) and 4th in the 1600m run (5:21.69).

    Also finishing 4th was Mason Ackerson in the discus with a throw of 116’ 1.5” and the 4 x 800m relay.  Hunter Kruse, Rhett Grandfield, Robert Jepsen and Hunter Sorenson made up the quartet that ran a season PR of 9:38.50.  

    Also running a season PR to finish 5th was the shuttle hurdle team of Patrick Breitsprecher, Jarrett Loseke, Carter Lane and Sam Hanson in a time of 1:06.66.  The 4 x 200m relay team of Chase Swieter, Ivan Hudson, Hunter Sorenson and Rhett Grandfield ran a 1:41.40 to set a PR in that event and finish 7th.

    Ben Carlson in the 3200m run (11:21.47, 6th) and Carter Lane  in the 110m HH (18.58, 8th) also earned season best times in their respective events on Thursday night.  The Jaguars will hopefully get to run in the Poky Relays on Friday, April 20th in Pocahontas and back to Manson on Tuesday, April 24th for the Mike Jepson Relays.  

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