Grand County / Track: Spring melt allows MPHS to host home meet
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With its running track and athletic field finally free of snow and ice, Middle Park High’s team was able to host its first and only home track of the season on Tuesday, April 22.
In the four-team competition, Middle Park’s girls won easily by a score of 177 with Faith Christian taking the runner-up spot with 105. Third place went to Holy Family with 56 while Peak to Peak finished fourth with 61.
In the boys competition, the Panthers took second place with 123 points behind Faith Christian’s 133. Peak to Peak took third place with 94 points while Holy Family finished a distant fourth with 47.
“Our athletes did well Tuesday,” said Coach Christine Dubois-Miller. “We’re getting to the point in our season that we have to get ready for crunch time. So this was a good meet to get in some good competition.”
The results by event for Middle Park High’s track and field athletes in Tuesday’s home meet are:
First place ” 3200-meter relay, 11:18.7
First place ” 110-meter hurdles, Cheyenne Hickox, 18.75 seconds
First place ” 800-meter relay, 2:03.6
First place ” 1600-meter run, Samantha Berggren, 5:36.8
First place ” 800-meter dash, Kelly Little, 2:57.9
First place ” 200-meter dash, Samanantha Berggren, 25.59 seconds
First place ” 1600-meter relay, 4:54.8
First place ” triple jump, Quincey Pedersen, 33 feet, 3 inches
Second place ” 800-meter medley, 2:10.8
Second place ” 400-meter relay, 57.13 seconds
Second place ” 800-meter dash, Jessica Gleisberg, 3:02
Second place ” high jump, Quincey Pedersen, 5 feet
Second place ” long jump, Rachel Linke, 13 feet, 7 inches
Third place ” 100-meter dash, Quincey Pedersen, 13.981 seconds
Third place ” 800-meter dash, Melissa Linke, 3:04.3
Third place ” shot put, Elsa Krieg, 31 feet, 7 inches
Third place ” discus, Elsa Krieg, 93 feet, 8.75 inches
Third place ” long jump, Jessica Gleisberg, 12 feet, 10 inches
Fourth place ” 1600-meter run, Kelly Little, 6:44.6
Fourth place ” 400-meter dash, Melissa Plum, 1:11.7
Fourth place ” 800-meter dash, Hannah Garcia, 3:05.6
Fourth place ” high jump, Cheyenne Hickox, 4 feet, 6 inches
Fourth place ” long jump, Amanda Landa, 12 feet, 5 inches
Fifth place ” 800-meter dash, Rachel Linke, 3:11.5
Fifth place ” high jump, Kathy Childress, 4 feet
Sixth place ” 1600-meter run, Hannah Garcia, 6:48.4
Sixth place ” 200-meter dash, Melissa Plum, 32.6 seconds
Sixth place ” shot put, Kathy Childress, 23 feet, 10 inches.
First place ” 400-meter dash, Zach Peterson, 53.97 seconds
First place ” 200-meter dash, Zach Peterson, 24.67 seconds
First place ” shot put, Mike Schmidt, 40 feet
First place ” discus, Mike Schmidt, 127 feet, 1 inch
First place ” high jump, Ben Shipman, 5 feet, 6 inches
Second place ” 800-meter relay, 1:40.56
Second place ” 400-meter dash, 50.14 seconds
Second place ” 300-meter hurdles, Marc Schmidt, 51.46 seconds
Second place ” 800-meter dash, Connor Nicklas, 2:20.23
Second place ” 200-meter dash, Justin Cisneros, 25.39 seconds
Third place ” 100-meter dash, Zach Peterson, 11.89 seconds
Third place ” 1600-meter relay, 4:14.82
Third place ” triple jump, Marc Schmidt, 33 feet, 7.5 inches
Fourth place ” 100-meter dash, Ben Shipman, 12.14 seconds
Fourth place ” 200-meter dash, Ben Shipman, 26.04 seconds
Fourth place ” triple jump, Simon Nicol, 31 feet, 10 inches
Fifth place ” shot put, Miller, 33 feet, 3 inches
Fifth place ” triple jump, Patrick Hutchins, 30 feet, 9 inches
Sixth place ” 100-meter dash, Simon Nicol, 12.45 seconds.
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