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Girls Conference and Lake City meet results

 
Well the weather did not cooperate for the Twin Lakes Conference Track meet this year.  The first night consisted of two weather delays and then postponing the meet until two days later Two days later they got back on the bus and got almost to Pocahontas when they had to cancel the meet.  So they did not and will not get to finish Conference this year.  Before the meet was called Kiersten Fisher claimed two conference titles in the High Jump and Open 100 and Katara Jondle placed 3rd in the open 100.  
 
Girls win Jim Yunek track meet in Lake City by 62 points over 2nd place Pocahontas.  It could not be a better night for the girls track team.  The girls won 9 events and placed 2nd in 5 events.  The girls also set 4 more school records.  The part that made the night even better was that every girl on the track team scored points in this team win.  Kiersten Fisher had another 4 for 4 with 4 wins in 4 events.  Katara Jondle placed 2nd in the open 100 and 200 right behind Kiersten for the 11-2 finish in both.  Katara was also part of the winning 4x100 and 4x200 teams.  Karissa Hiesterman placed first in the 400 hurdles and was part of the winning 4x100 and 4x200 teams plus a 2nd place finish in the Shuttle Hurdle.  Marlie Johnson had a night to remember in winning the open 400 and is now a 1/2 second from the school record.  Allie True had a long night of running by running the 3000, 1500 and 800 but was able to score points in all 3.  The 4x400 had a great win with Kylie Wieland, Emily Hemsted, Morgan Farnham and Marlie Johnson. This was a great team effort and the girls were as happy as you could be after this win.  Coaches are very happy how the girls continue to get faster every meet.  

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