Midway girls, Drexel boys take first at conference meet

syeagle@demo-mo.comMay 3, 2013 

The Midway girls’ track and field team clinched the Western Missouri Conference title with a team score of 162 points in the meet held April 30 at Midway, breaking two meet records along the way.

The Lady Vikings’ 4x200-meter relay team of Cady Wright, Kathleen Yoakum, Dee Stark and Jessica Owens took first place and broke a meet record with a time of 1 minute, 49.46 seconds. The 4x400-meter relay team, the same team of Wright, Yoakum, Stark and Owens that broke a school record last week at the Midway Relays, broke the meet record and took first place with a time of 4:10.47.

Several other Midway girls captured gold medals at the meet. Wright finished first in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.57 seconds and first in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 51.21. Yoakum took first int he 200-meter dash with a time of 27.12 and took first in teh 400-meter dash with a time of 59.51.

Megan O’Brien placed first in the pole vault with a height of 9 feet and Miranda Dahman finished first in the triple jump with a distance of 29 feet, 11.75 inches.

The rest of the Lady Vikings’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 4, Tayler Pierce, 14.13; 200-meter dash – 4, Tayler Pierce, 29.53; 400-meter dash – 4, Miranda Dahman, 1:06.03; 800-meter run – 3, Jessica Owens, 2:35.82; 7, Terri Pierce, 2:52.95; 1,600-meter run – 7, Sydney Admire, 6:55.27; 8, Leanna Burton, 7:13.84; 3,200-meter run – 3, Sydney Admire, 14:40.03; 100-meter hurdles – 2, Dee Stark, 18.52; 4, Gabby Smith, 19.97; 300-meter hurdles – 3, Dee Stark, 52.96; 4x100-meter relay – 2, Midway (Allie Hayes, Jade Simonton, Laine Mills, Tayler Pierce), 55.96; 4x800-meter relay – 5, Midway (Sydney Admire, Miranda Dahman, Allie Hayes, Terri Pierce), 12:02.65; high jump – 2, Jessica Owens, 4-8; pole vault – 3, Laine Mills, 8-0; long jump – 2, Miranda Dahman, 14-8.75; 7, Laine Mills, 13-6.25; triple jump – 7, Laine Mills, 27-9.75; shot put – 4, Gabby Smith, 30-2; 11, Taryn Husky, 25.11.25; discus throw – 4, Taryn Husky, 79-9; 9, Gabby Smith, 71-9.

The Drexel boys’ track and field team captured first place with 160 points in the conference meet with nine first place finishes. Hunter Sturm had two gold medals, in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.45 and in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.22.

Jacob Antley took first in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:07.19 and Chase Reyolds finished first in the 1,600-meter run with a time of 4:52.71 and in the 3,200-meter run with a time of 10:40.18.

The 4x200-meter relay team of Tyler Allen, Javyn Johnston, Sturm and Trevor Stewart took first with a time of 1:34.78. The 4x400-mete relay team of Antley, CJ Bolton, Trevor Cooley and Johnston finished first with a time of 3:33.41 and the 4x800-meter relay team of Antley, Bolton, Reyolds and Cody Russell set a new conference meet record with a first place time of 8:45.02.

Cooley also took first in the triple jump with a distance of 38 feet, 3 1/4 inches.

The rest of the Bobcats’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 7, Tyler Allen, 11.75; 200-meter dash – 3, Tyler Allen, 23.88; 400-meter dash – 2, Javyn Johnston, 53.21; 4, Trevor Cooley, 53.81; 800-meter run – 5, Cody Russell, 2:11.57; 3,200-meter run – 8, Trevor Gunnels, 12: 41; 110-meter hurdles – 6, Daniel Dove, 17.72; 300-meter hurdles – 5, Daniel Dove, 45.45; 4x100-meter relay – 2, Drexel (Trevor Cooley, Trevor Stewart, Mark Willy, Daniel Dove), 46.54; high jump – 2, CJ Bolton, 5-10; long jump – 2, Hunter Sturm, 19-3.75; 3, Tyler Allen, 18-10; triple jump – 4, Javyn Johnston, 36-7; shot put – 4, Laramie Lane, 39-1; 11, Daniel Roberts, 31-9; discus throw – 2, Trevor Stewart, 114-11; 6, Taylor Eicholz, 97-5.

The Archie girls’ track and field team took second as a team with 96 points and had four first place finishes. Quincy Young took first in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 18.5 and Jordan Schulte placed first in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:24.15, a new conference meet record.

The Lady Whirlwinds 4x800-meter relay team of Kara Fisher, KC James, Mary Kurzweil and Schulte finished first with a time of 10:30 and Halie Schaefer took first in the shot put with a toss of 34 feet, 6 1/4 inches.

The rest of the Archie girls’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 11, Alexys Koehler, 16.07; 200-meter dash – 6, Kacie Fisher, 29.95; 400-meter dash – 3, Kara Fisher, 1:05.7; 11, Alexys Kohler, 1:16.41; 1,600-meter run – 3, Mary Kurzweil, 5:51.28; 3,200-meter run – 2, Mary Kurzweil, 12:57.36; 4x100-meter relay – 5, Archie (Briley Anderson, Kacie Fisher, Alexys Kohler, Quincy Young), 58.83; 4x200-meter relay – 4, Archie (Kacie Fisher, KC James, Jordan Schulte, Quincy Young), 1:56.28; 4x400-meter relay – 2, Archie (Kara FIsher, KC James, Mary Kurzweil, Jordan Schulte), 4:20.25; triple jump – 4, Quincy Young, 28-4.75; shot put – 6, Kara Fisher, 29-1.75; discus throw – 2, Halie Schaefer, 81-8; 12, Briley Anderson, 63-2.

The Midway boys’ team finished second with 137 points and with two gold medalists. Bobby Zielinski took first in the high jump with a height of 6 feet, 2 inches and Peyton Semsch took first in the pole vault with a height of 12 feet, 6 inches.

The rest of the Vikings’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 2, Bobby Zielinski, 11.49; 3, Dylan Wise, 11.59; 200-meter dash – 2, Bobby Zielinski, 23.33; 4, Dylan Wise, 24.12; 400-meter dash – 3, Conor Hayes, 53.6; 5, Clay Dahman, 55.21; 800-meter run – 4, David Needham, 2:11.56; 110-meter hurdles – 2, Peyton Semsch, 16.2; 4, Jake Lambetz, 17.06; 300-meter hurdles – 2, Peyton Semsch, 43.45; 6, Jake Lambertz, 45.94; 4x100-meter relay – 3, Midway (Shane White, Conor Hayes, Zeb Love, Jake Lambertz), 47.28; 4x200-meter relay – 2, Midway (Clay Dahman, Conor Hayes, Dylan Wise, Shane White), 1:35.53; 4x400-meter relay – 2, Midway (Conor Hayes, Peyton Semsch, Dylan Wise, Bobby Zielinski), 3:34.68; 4x800-meter relay – 6, Midway (David Needham, Justin Fielder, Michael O’Brien, Joel Suarez), 9:45.22; high jump – 9, Zeb Love, 5-4; pole vault – 3, Maverick Greer, 9-0; long jump – 4, Clay Dahman, 18-5; 9, Zeb Love, 17-0; triple jump – 3, Clay Dahman, 37-6; shot put – 2, Joey Beller, 41-11; 3, Christian Cromer, 41-3.5; discus throw – 3, Joey Beller, 113-9; 7, Christian Cromer, 97-2.

The Drexel girls placed sixth with 32 points and had one first place finisher as Karlie Stuteville earned first in the discus throw with a distance of 83 feet, 5 inches.

The rest of the Lady Bobcats’ results are as follows: 100-meter dash – 12, Nichole Quisenberry, 17.09; 400-meter dash – 6, Lauryn Campbell, 1:09.06; 800-meter run – 4, Jacy Bolton, 2:38.47; 5, Jenna Bartholomew, 2:44.48; 1,600-meter run – 4, Sarah Cawby, 5:58.9; 4x400-meter relay – 5, Drexel (Jenna Bartholomew, Jacy Bolton, Lauryn Campbell, Sarah Cawby), 4:40.39; 4x800-meter relay – 2, Drexel (Jenna Bartholomew, Jacy Bolton, Lauryn Campbell, Sarah Cawby), 10:44.19; triple jump – 9, Jenna Bartholomew, 27-3.75; shot put – 8, Nichole Quisenberry, 27-10; 9, Karlie Stuteville, 27-7; discus throw – 6, Nichole Quisenberry, 75-5.

The Archie boys’ finished sixth as a team with 22 points. The Whirlwinds’ results are as follows: 200-meter dash – 14, Mikel Bailey, 29.04; 15, Levi Yarbarough, 31.9; 800-meter run – 2, Austin Reynolds, 2:08.58; 6, Ceasar Swiggart, 2:18.28; 1,600-meter run _ 8, Trey Gilbert, 5:21.62; 3,200-meter run – 7, Trey Gilbert, 11:48.21; 110-meter hurdles – 7, Elijah Bremmer, 18.38; 300-meter hurdles _ 8, Elijah Bremmer, 48.07; 4x100-meter relay – 7, Archie (Mikel Bailey, Elijah Bremmer, Luke Thomas, Joey Wheeler), 51.51; 4x200-meter relay – 6, Archie (Mikel Bailey, Leon Bolzenhardt, Luke Thomas, Joey Wheeler), 1:46.66; 4x400-meter relay – 4, Archie (Dakota Jones, Ceasar Swiggart, Austin Reynolds, Luke Thomas), 3:5.25; 4x800-meter relay – 3, Archie (Austin Reynolds, Ceasar Swiggart, Joey Wheeler, Austin Hill), 8:52.96; high jump _ 6, Ceasar Swiggart, 5-6; pole vault – 6, Will Cantrell, 8-6; long jump – 10, Elijah Bremmer, 16-5; shot put – 15, Leon Bolzaenhardt, 28-1.5; 16, Levi Yarbarough, 26-1; discus throw – 12, Leon Bolzenhardt, 84-11; 16, Austin Hill, 73-5.

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