Local teams participate in Glenburn Invitational, preparing for state meet

Kari Gibb/MDN Velva-Drake/Anamoose junior Kyle Volson throws the javelin in the preliminary flight enroute to winning the event at the Glenburn Invitational Saturday at the Duane Carlson Stadium

The Rugby girls track and field team claimed first place with a team score of 186 points compared to Beulah at second with 93 points and Bottineau at third with 71 points. Minot High boys finished first with 105 points while Central McLean was second with 82 points and 3. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis and Clark finished third with 73 points.

Girls Results

If Rugby girls were the team to beat, sophomore Anya Olson from Velva-Drake/Anamoose was the girl to beat. Olson took first place in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.85 over Tochi Udekwe, a sophomore as well from Bishop Ryan who posted a personal best for the season at 12.12 and Bottineau senior Kylie Simpson was third with a 12.69 time.

Olson also was first in the 200 with a 24.70 time and the second and third place finishes went to Udekwe and Simpson as well. In the 400, Olson was first again with a 59.03 time with new faces in second place and third place. Second went to Beulah senior Paige Hetzler with a 1:01.15 time and Central McLean junior Sadie O’Shea in third at 1:01.98 mark.

Des Lacs-Burlington sophomore Brynn Hanson won the 3200 with a time of 12:04.84 with Rugby junior Ashlyn Dibble in second with a 14:00.13 time and Westhope/Newburg eighth grader Miraya Strand at 14:16.43 for third place.

Rugby senior Brooklyn Bartsch had a season best mark of 2:24.48 to win the 800 with Central McLean senior Anna Skachenko in second with a 2:25.73 and Kenmare-Bowbells sophomore Anna Petersen in third with a time of 2:27.57, a season best for her.

Rugby sophomore Hannah Senechal posted a 5:35.70 time to win the 1600 while Bottineau freshman Tessa Guariglia was second at 5:53.24 and Glenburn seventh grader Ryleigh Miller at 5:53.40 for third place.

Rugby junior Ashley Martodam continued the string of first place finishes with a 16.09 time in the 100 hurdles. Beulah freshman Addison Schepp was second with a 16.27 while Rugby sophomore Quinn Walker was third with a time of 17.47 in the race.

Martodam and Schepp finished first and second in the 300 hurdles as well with times of 48.34 and 49.41 respectively. Bishop Ryan junior Ruby Lormejuste posted a time of 49,69 for third place.

Rugby senior Riley Bonebrake posted a season best to win the shot put with a 35-1 mark. Beulah teammates junior Kloey Arndt was second with a 34-7.5 and sophomore Malayah Williams third at 34-7 that were best throws for each this season.

Beulah senior Sofia Schantz won the discus with a season best throw of 115-3 while Powers Lake-Burke Central senior Klaire Gunderson was second with a 108-11 throw. Bonebrake had a throw of 107-8 for third place.

Williams County (Tioga/Ray) senior Cheyenne Hayes won the javelin with a 115-8 toss while Rugby freshman Miryilyn Migler was second at 109-2 and Kenmare-Bowbells senior hit 106-6 for third place.

In the high jump, Bottineau junior Kyra Beckman cleared 5-foot in fewer jumps to win while Central McLean junior Reagan Kjelstrup hit the same height for second place. Bottineau sophomore cleared 4-10 for third place. Beaulah junior Hannah McGraw won the pole vault by clearing 8-6 while Rugby freshman Sam Blessum and senior Haley Mayer each cleared 8-foot for second and third place.

Boys Results

Minot junior Aaron Prestwich won the 100 and 200 with times of 11.05 and 22.26 respectively. Central McLean senior Lucas Sims was second in both races with times of 11.06 and 23.00 respectively. Bottineau junior Khaliel Abdurrahman was third in the 100 with a 11.18 while Velva-Drake/Anamoose senior Lucas Siebuhr was third in the 200 with a 23.03 time.

Bishop Ryan eighth grader Gryphen Leier-Wangler won the 3200 with a time of 10:35.36 while Rugby freshman Brayden Green was second at 10:35.85, personal best times for both. Central McLean sophomore Levi Repnow posted a time of 11:38.68 for third place.

In the 1600, Beulah senior Logan Neuberger finished first with a 4:43.64 time while Minot High junior Derek Oswald was second with a 4:56.25 time. Des Lacs-Burlington sophomore Milo Anderson was third with a time of 4:59.66, a personal best for him.

Minot High junior Kaden Kraft won the 300 hurdles with a time of 40.99 while Stanley junior Drake Schlosser was second with a 41.31 time. Rugby senior Cy Walker was third with a time of 42.50, a personal best.

Walker would finish first in the 110 hurdles at 16.07 while Schlosser was second with a 16.73 time. Bottineau senior Cody Gorentz was third at 17.55, a personal best.

In the shot put, Minot High senior Kobe Irmen hit 46-10 for first place while Kenmare-Bowbells junior Gavin Gill hit 45-6.5 for second place. Magi senior Teagan Nicholes was third with a 45-2 toss for a personal best.

Kenmare-Bowbells would have first and second place finishes for junior Payton Helwig at 137-4 and Gill at 135-5 marks. Minot High senior Derrick Arivett was third with a 134-3 toss.

Velva-Drake/Anamoose junior Kyle Volson hit 156-feet to win the javelin. Des Lacs-Burlington senior Kashdyn Officer was second with a 141-11 toss while Kenmare-Bowbells freshman Lincoln Spear hit 134-3 for third place.

Helwig would win the high jump with a 5-10 leap. Minot High junior Grayson Schaeffer would clear the same height for second place. Rugby freshman Kiefer Fritz would have a personal best jump of 5-8 for third place.

Des Lacs-Burlington would have sophomore Easton Smith win the long jump at 19-4.75 while Glenburn junior Ryan Barlow would take second at 19-4.25, just ahead of junior Michael Crowder at 19-1.75 from Powers Lake-Burke Central.

Minot High senior Jacob Roth would have a personal best of 13-feet to win the pole vault. Des Lacs-Burlington senior Logan Rist would clear 12-6 for second as Rugby freshman Jove Risovi hit 10-6 for third place.

Bottineau junior Khaliel Abdurrahman won the triple jump with a 41-.5 mark. Smith hit 40-11.5 mark for second while Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood sophomore hit 39-feet for third place.


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