Middle School Girls Track at Manson
Manson, Iowa - The Southeast Valley middle school track teams competed in the MNW JH Relays on Friday, May 8th..
Team standings for the meet were Pocahontas Area 125, OABCIG 114.5, Manson Northwest Webster 93, South Central Calhoun 90, Westbend Mallard 87, North Union 80, Southeast Valley 78, Graettinger Terril Ruthven Ayrshire 22.5.
Individual point earners for the Southeast Valley Girls Track team were Anna Fritts and Meia Hefley tied for 7th in the High Jump 4’, Dani Bethal 6th place in the Discus 63’7”, Dani Bethal 7th place in the Shot Put 24’4”, Camryn Lane 1st in the 100 m. dash 14.12 and 8th place Mae Searcy 15.95, Camryn Lane 1st in the 400 m. dash 65.04 and Madelyn Farley 5th 70.5, Mylee Swanson 7th in the 1500 m. run 6:14.85, Kylee Burris in the 100 m. Hurdles 20.86, Camryn Lane 1st in the 200 m. dash 29.36, Madelyn Farley 3rd in the 200 m. hurdles 35.00, Mylee Swanson 8th in the 800 m. run 3:08.
Relay point earners were 5th place in the 4x800 m. relay Ruby Stimpson, Devyn Wilson, Ella Farnham, Brooke Peterson 12:46.35, 5th place in the Shuttle Hurdle Relay Brooke Miller, Ileigh Taylor, Kylee Burris, Aliyah Weideman 1:28.18, 3rd place in the Distance Medley Alex Geoders, Meia Hefley, Riley Carlson, Avrie Janson 5:27.83, 4th place in the 4x200 m. relay, Aliyah Weideman, Riley Carlson, Devyn Wilson, Mae Searcy, 7th place in the Sprint Medley Alex Geoders, Kylee Burris, Anna Fritts, Ella Farnham 2:26.05. 4th place in the 4x100 m. relay Mae Searcy, Devyn Wilson, Meia Hefley, Brooke Miller 1:02.65.
“We had great weather and the girls rose to the occasion by achieving many personal bests for the season in both individual and team events. That showed in our overall team total of 78 points. The point total put us only 15 points out of 3rd. Although the whole team shined, a special individual accomplishment was achieved by Camryn Lane placing first in all three of her individual events and breaking the middle school record in the 400 m. dash by more than 3 second with a time of 65.04 seconds.” Coach Mills