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Boys earn second place at Lake City

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The Southeast Valley boys’ track team used 12 PRs, two school records, a freshman record, two first place finishes and three runner-up finishes to earn 2nd place in the team standings at the Ross Samuelson Relays in Lake City.   Host South Central Calhoun won the meet with 162 points, 70 ahead of the Jaguars, on their host track, last Friday, April 27th.

Nolan Johnson was part of two of those school records.  Along with Mason Ackerson, Chase Swieter and Nyles Johnson, the four ran a 1:38.8 in the sprint medley relay to finish 1st and set the new school record previously set this spring.  Nolan later in the night took 2nd place in the open 400, but lowered his own school record to 51.78.

The other first place of the night went to junior Mason Ackerson in the discus.  His throw of 131’ was a career best throw.  Also finishing in 2nd place was the 4 x 800 quartet of Hunter Kruse, Hunter Sorenson, Robert Jepsen and Rhett Grandfield.  The foursome ran a time of 9:16.94.  Finishing the night off, was the 4 x 400m relay team of Nolan Johnson, Mason Ackerson, Patrick Breitsprecher and Nyles Johnson also claiming a silver medal in a time of 3:39.26.

Third places finishes also went to the distance medley relay and shuttle hurdle relay teams.  Running a 1:06.87 in the shuttle hurdle was Sam Hanson, Jarrett Loseke, Carter Lane, and Daven Rees.  Ivan Hudson, Nyles Johnson, Mason Ackerson and Patrick Breitsprecher ran 3:58.51 in the 1600m dmr.  Nyles also finished 3rd in the 200m dash (24.07).

Coledon Bethel picked up a pair of PRs and places in the distance double.  Coledon finished 4th in the 3200m run (10:57.74) and 6th in the 1600m run (5:16.66).  Patrick Breitsprecher also earned the Jaguars points with a 4th place finish in the 400m hurdles in a season best time of 1:01.28.  

Southeast Valley was able to double up in points in the 800m run and the 110m high hurdles.  In the 800m run, Hunter Sorenson (4th, 2:19.54) edged teammate Hunter Kruse (5th, 2:19.87).  Daven Rees’s 17.89 earned him 4th place in the high while teammate Carter Lane took 6th in a time of 18.18.  Memphis Simpson set a new freshman team record with a throw of 39’ 7” to earn 5th place in the shot put. 

The Jaguars also took 5th place in the high hurdles when Jarrett Loseke who competed as the JV runner ran 18.04.  A similar situation for the Jaguars also happened in the 3200m run where Isaiah Gibbs finished 6th overall in a time of 12:39.01, but JV Jaguar Parker Johnson finished 5th running a season best of 12:35.55.

The Jaguars are already approaching the end of their weather abbreviated season.  The Jaguars will compete in the Twin Lakes Conference meet on Tuesday, May 1st before headed back to Lake City on May 3rd and then Sac City on May 7th. They will run their class 2A state qualifying meet in Manson on May 10th.

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