Granby " East Grand Middle School track team posts strong results at Steamboat
Sky-Hi Daily News
East Grand Middle School’s track and field athletes picked up major wins in the team competitions during the Steamboat Springs Invitational on Saturday, May 3.
The Cubs won three first-places and one runner-up spot in the seventh and eight grade team competitions. Many personal records as well as two school records were set.
“This is the first time we have scored this high with all of our teams,” said coach Jim Karas. “We have strong teams in all grade levels. I am very proud of them.”
Seventh grade girls
East Grand’s seventh grade girls were victorious in their nine-team competition, earning 94 points. Their closest rival was Steamboat Springs with 80. Third place went to Meeker with 76.
The Cub girls earned the following results:
800-meter medley ” first place, team of Logan Neilberger, Quincee Chase, Emily Dee and Aimee Tollett, 2:24.1
200-meter dash ” first place, Joanna Eaton, 29.31 seconds; third place, Emily Dee, 31.06
Long jump ” first place, Kayleigh Busse, 13 feet, 9 inches; second place, Logan Neiberger, 12 feet, 8 inches; fourth place, Joanna Eaton, 12 feet, 3 inches
400-meter dash ” second place, Emily Dee, 1:09.02
Triple jump ” second place, Kayleigh Busse, 26 feet, 11 inches
Shot put ” second place, Aimee Tollett, 26 feet
100-meter hurdles ” third place, Joanna Eaton, 19.53 seconds
800-meter relay, third place, team of Logan Neilberger, Quincee Chase, Aimee Tollett and Abbie Little, 2:14.7
1600-meter relay ” fourth place, team of Abbie Little, Allison Freeman, Natasha Stenicka and Amelia Clancy, 5:32.3
800-meter run ” fifth place, Amelia Clancy, 2:57
1600-meter run ” fifth place, Amelia Clancy, 6:55.7
High jump ” fifth place, Kelly Allen, 4 feet
Eighth grade girls
East Grand’s eighth grade girls team finished as the runner-up with 84 points in their nine-team competition. First place was won by Hayden with 98 points. Third place went to West Grand with 76.
The results by event for the Cub girls were:
1600-meter relay ” first place, team of Randi Strandberg, Jackie Quinn, Meaghan Allen and Sydney Markle, 5:42
800-meter medley ” first place, team of Cheyenne Hickox, Madeline Clancy, Laurel Snow and Justine Bickler, 2:16
High jump ” second place, Katy Mulligan, 4 feet, 6 inches; third place, Meaghan Allen, 4 feet, 4 inches
200-meter dash ” second place, Justine Bickler, 31.4 seconds
100-meter dash ” second place, Katy Mulligan, 14.31 seconds; third place, Madeline Clancy, 14.50
400-meter dash ” third place, Randi Strandberg, 1:18.50
800-meter relay ” third place, team of Justine Bickler, Madeline Clancy, Jackie Quinn and Laurel Snow, 2:11.2
800-meter run ” fourth place, Laurel Snow, 3:11
100-meter hurdles ” fourth place, Katy Mulligan, 19.75 seconds
1600-meter run ” fourth place, Randi Strandberg, 7:05.7
400-meter relay ” fifth place, team of Madeline Clancy, Cheyenne Hickox, Justine Bickler and Meaghan Allen, 59.15 seconds
Shot put ” fifth place, Laurel Snow, 27 feet, 1 inch.
Seventh grade boys
East Grand’s seventh grade boys team powered to victory in its nine-team competition, outscoring all the other teams by a wide margin with 104 points. Second place went to Soroco with 74 points while Craig finished third with 65.
The results for the Cub boys in their events are:
1600-meter relay ” first place, team of Taber Miyauchi, Robert Fenton, Ben Eaton and Tyler Franek, 4:47
Long jump ” first place, Johnny Stensvad, 15 feet, 4 inches; second place, Henry Southway, 15 feet
800-meter relay ” first place, team of Travis Potts, Robert Fenton, Henry Southway and Nic Brynoff, 2:05.3
100-meter hurdles ” second place, Johnny Stensvad, 18.00 seconds; third place, Tyler Franek, 18.19
1600-meter run ” second place, Taber Miyauchi, 5:44.6; fifth place, Kody Cassidy, 6:26
400-meter relay ” second place, team of Ben Eaton, Johnny Stensvad, Tyler Franek and Henry Southway, 56.26 seconds
800-meter medley ” second place, team of Nic Brynoff, Kody Cassidy, Joe Rupp and Travis Potts, 2:05.35
High jump ” third place, Tyler Franek, 4 feet, 10 inches; fourth place, Johnny Stensvad, 4 feet, 8 inches
400-meter dash ” third place, Travis Potts, 1:08.5; fifth place, Taber Miyauchi, 1:09.31
Triple jump ” fourth place, Nic Brynoff, 27 feet, 2 inches
200-meter dash ” fifth place, Travis Potts, 29.37 seconds
Shot put ” fifth place, Joe Rupp, 25 feet, 9 inches
Eighth grade boys
The Cubs pulled off a close win in the nine-team eighth grade boys competition. East Grand won with 96 points, followed closely by Craig with 94. Meeker finished third with 80.
The results for the Cubs in each event are:
100-meter hurdles ” first place, Sam Little, 16.1 seconds (new school record)
800-meter relay ” first place, team of Justin Coucke, Justin Bondi, Cort Brennan and Sam Little, 1:51.3 (new school record)
800-meter run ” first place, Jerah Carter, 2:28.11; fifth place, Garrett Frick, 3:13.6
800-meter medley ” first place, team of Dallas McCloskey, Scott Weyers, Ziggy Rohloff and Justin Coucke, 2:03.6
Long jump ” first place, Cort Brennan, 16 feet, 6 inches
1600-meter relay ” second place, team of Cort Brennan, Dane McClenathan, Matt Risley and Jerah Carter, 4:51
Triple jump ” third place, Jerah Carter, 32 feet, 3 inches; fourth place, Sam Little, 31 feet, 7 inches
200-meter dash ” third place, Cort Brennan, 28.03 seconds; fourth place, Sam Little, 28.25; fifth place, Justin Coucke, 28.54
100-meter dash ” fourth place, Dallas McCloskey, 13.00 seconds
400-meter relay ” fourth place, team of Justin Coucke, Dallas McCloskey, Ziggy Rohloff and Matt Risley, 54.44 seconds.
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