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The east grandstand offers a good view of the long jump and boys pole vault pits. The shot put and discus venues are north of the stadium proof of admission ticket purchase required. Results The huge video board on the north rim of the stadium will show track events live and times will appear on the board soon after runners cross the finish line.
Nebraska prep track returning state champions Boys Gold medalists in bold type meters: C, Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, D, Braiden Gomez, Axtell, C, Abe Hernandez, Mitchell, D, Brent Wetovick, Fullerton, B, Justin Karstetter, Elkhorn, 1: C, Aubrey Fangmeyer, Thayer Central, 1: B, Xavier Arellano, Gering, 4: C, Justin Vrooman, Hastings St.
B, Luke Stuckey, York, 9: D, Blake Ahlers, Boyd County, A, Darius Luff, Lincoln High, B, Jurgens, 2x gold. B, Mayson Conner, York, 2x. D, Griffin Smith, North Central, B, Joss Linse, Platteview, B, Chase Berry, Seward, A, Omaha Creighton Prep.
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A, Jaylen Knight, Omaha Westside, B, Lexie Gilbert, Elkhorn, D, Alix Bloom, Riverside, A, Madi Muma, Lincoln East, 2: C, Rylee Rice, Ainsworth, 2: D, Emery Swan, Brady, 2: B, Mazie Larsen, Gretna, C, Haley Arens, Crofton, B, Lauren Tamayo, Ralston, D, Skylar Hadley, Loomis, A, Caelyn Christiancy, Lincoln Southwest, D, Claire Cornell, Elm Creek, C, Kalynn Meyer, Superior, A, Taylor Stoltz, Norfolk, B, Kennedy Berreckman, Cozad, C, Mackenzie Koepke, Lincoln Lutheran, B, Katie Harnack, Blair, A, Jaidyn Garrett, Columbus, B, Madyson Johnstone, Sidney, C, Hallee Mann, Burwell, D, Hannah Preissler, Giltner, Lincoln High 81, Fremont 73, Lincoln Southwest Athletes to watch Alex Nelson, Elkhorn South: At districts, he ran the fastest electronically timed in state history Darius Luff, Lincoln High: Leads the state in the 3, and is second in the 1, Won Metro Conference titles in both.
Best race meters, Class B boys Projected team scoring: Athletes to watch Cameron Jurgens, Beatrice: Tijaih Davis, Boys Town: Has turned in the top Class B times in the and meters. The defending Class B champion in the 3, also leads the class in the 1, Sioux Falls Lincoln should top the remainder of a balanced pack with 85, followed closely by Pierre with 79, Rapid City Stevens and Yankton with 70 apiece. It says here the streak is over. After winning 13 consecutive state championships, it appears that Rapid City Stevens will be dethroned this weekend.
The crown will stay in town, only this time will be housed at Rapid City Central. The Cobblers have the premiere track and field athlete in Jasmyne King and depth to go with her.
Add it all up and Rapid City Central is on pace to score points. Should the Cobblers stumble, a pair of dangerous foes lurk in the shadows. Sioux Falls Lincoln and Yankton are both projected to score 89 points.
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This one appears to be a runaway. Dell Rapids is projected to score points, more than 40 better than anyone else in the field. The Quarriers have sprinters, sprinters and more sprinters.
Their 1,meter relay time is nearly nine seconds faster than the competition. Harrisburg looks to be the best of the rest with 62 points, followed by Dakota Valley with If there is one team that seems to be hitting its stride at the right time of the season it is St.
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The Cavaliers, who were runnersup last season, appear to be a lock to win it all this time around. STM is projected to score 69 points, more than 25 better than any other squad. The battle for second should be worth watching. This team title went right to the finish a year ago when just 3 points separated the top four teams. That will likely not happen this season, because Sunshine Bible appears to have the athletes to take control.
The Crusaders, whose strength lies in the distance events and relays, are projected to score 69 points. Because the rest of the field is so balanced, that total provides a comfortable cushion. Philip will be a distant second with 47 points, followed by Hitchcock-Tulare with The twins appear to be well on the way to twin titles.
Bethany Gross and Brigitte Gross have defending Hanson in the driver's seat once again. Hanson is projected to score 73 points, most coming from the Gross sisters, and that should be enough for another team championship. Colman-Egan figures to push Hanson hard and finish with 63 points.
Estelline checks in at 50, Oldham-Ramona-Rutland is at 49 and Scotland is projected to score Sports writer Dave Vilhauer compiled the track and field leaders this spring.