Pella Boys Monitor Wins 2nd Meet; Ladies Sprinters Hit Blue Normal at DCG | KNIA KRLS Radio


Karl Miller wins the Trevor Voelker 400 on the inaugural Mustang Traditional

The Pella boys monitor and subject workforce was on high of the standings of their 2nd meet of the week, this time tying for first place amongst an elite subject on the Mustang Traditional at DCG Saturday.

Pella scored 131 workforce factors and knotted with Dowling for the championship.

First place finishes:
Shot Put: Kody Huisman – 50’6.5″
400 meters: Karl Miller – 50.51
4×400 relay: Jackson Rozenboom, Kenson Fuller, Karl Miller, Tony Schmitz – 3:26.87
4×800 relay: Josiah Wittenberg, Trey Van Hauen, Chase Lauman, Tony Schmitz – 8:11.5
Shuttle Hurdle Relay: Gage Huyser, Josh Warner, Izaak LaHue, Nolan Clayberg – 1:00.72

Second place finishes:
Discus: Kody Huisman – 146′
400 meter hurdles: Gage Huyser – 58.05
110 meter hurdles: Gage Huyser – 15.39
800 meters: Tony Schmitz – 1:59.74

The Girl Dutch positioned third in a powerful subject on the Mustang Traditional at DCG with 97 workforce factors. The spotlight of the meet for the women was the 4×100 relay posting the quickest time of the season to this point throughout your complete state, because the 4×100 group of Delanie Reynolds, Roselande Vanderhoff, Marissa Hackman, and Emily McMartin ran a 49.90, shattering the Drake Relays Blue Normal to develop into computerized qualifiers for the returning occasion at Drake Stadium on Thursday, April twenty second.

First place finishes:
100 meters: Emily McMartin – 12.56
200 meters: Emily McMartin – 26.71
4×100 Relay: Reynolds/Vanderhoff/Hackman/McMartin – 49.9
Dash Medley Relay: Abby Warner/Vanderhoff/Calla Kerndt/Jacie Trine – 1:53.23

Different high finishes:
200 meters: Jacie Trine – 2nd place, 26.93 (Calla Kerndt ran a 26.95, which was third quickest, however solely two scores per workforce counted)
Shuttle Hurdle Relay: Andrea VanHeukelom, Jasmine Namminga, Tristan Gordon, Meridith Rowe – 2nd place, 1:14.72
Distance Medley Relay: Kerndt, Trine, Mia Warner, Abby Cutler – 2nd place, 4:36.68
Excessive Leap: Jasmine Namminga – third place, 4′ 10″
4×200 Relay: Reynolds/Vanderhoff/Hackman/McMartin – third place, 1:48.13

From Head Coach Dak Rasmussen:
“We had a gorgeous day to run and took full benefit of it. Each one in every of our relays improved their performances in addition to 16 particular person occasions. Our 4×800, for instance, improved by 41 seconds over their time from Waukee. Our sprinters did a whole lot of nice issues right now. We had 3 women end within the high 8 of the open 100m with Emily McMartin working a profession finest time. The open 200 was even higher with Pella going 1,2,3 and Emily working one other profession finest time.”

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