Gering track teams ready for district challenge
     2012-05-11      By Citizen Staff   
Torrington — The Gering Bulldog boys’ and girls’ track teams racked up ten medals, including seven Gold at the 21st Annual Jim Wiseman Invitational in Torrington, Wyo. on May 4. Other teams competing included, Cheyenne Central, Torrington, Cheyenne East, Wheatland, Glenrock, Cheyenne South, Guernsey, Lingle-Ft. Laramie and Chugwater.

In the boys division, Danny O’Boyle once again clipped the 50 second barrier with a win at 49.79 in the 400 and teammates Ryan Schwartzkopf and Norman Red Bear finished right behind him at second and third to sweep the event.

In the relay events, Gering once again excelled with the tandem of Dillon Wademan, Schwartzkopf, Dillon DeMott, and O’Boyle to win the 4x400 in 3:25.74 and the 4x800 team consisting of Ryan Bustinza, Aaron Pierce, Darrin Gonzales and Kyle Peters ran the relay in 8:32.66 for the gold medal.

Zac Bibb won the High Jump soaring 6’0 and was second in the Long Jump with a mark of 20’ ¼. Teammate Dillon Wademan was only ¾ inch behind in third place. Wademan also took the silver medal in the Triple Jump marking at 40’6. Kyle Gaudreault vaulted to his personal best this year at 12’9 taking second place at the meet.

In the girls division, Chelsea Wickard won the Hurdles in 46.10 while teammate Morgan Broussard got fifth place at 48.34.
Stephanie Coley won the Discus tossing it 115’4 and finished second in the Shot Put, going 38’3. Morgan Greene jumped her personal best at 5’4 to take home the gold in the High Jump. In the relays, Kenzie Duncan, Dakota Gellner, Damaris Martinez and Kali Rimington ran 10:23.96 to edge out Cheyenne East for second place in the 4x800.

Boys’ Results

100 Meters – 4. Mark Pieper 11.52
200 Meters – 4. Danny O’Boyle 22.74
400 Meters – 1. Danny O’Boyle 49.79; 2. Ryan Schwartzkopf 51.29; 3. Norman Red Bear 54.40
800 Meters – 4. Aaron Pierce 2:09.09
3200 Meters – 3. Ryan Bustinza 10:04.37
110m Hurdles – 4. Caleb Geary 18.91; 6. Anthony Hernandez 19.86
300m Hurdles – 3. Dillon DeMott 42.83
4x400 Relay – 1. Dillon Wademan, Ryan Schwartzkopf, Dillon DeMott, Danny O’Boyle 3:25.74
4x800 Relay – 1. Ryan Bustinza, Aaron Pierce, Darrin Gonzales, Kyle Peters 8:32.66
High Jump – 1. Zac Bibb 6’0; 6. Quentin Timblin 5’2
Pole Vault – 2. Kyle Gaudreault 12’9
Long Jump – 2. Zac Bibb 20’.25; 3. Dillon Wademan 19’11.5
Triple Jump – 2. Dillon Wademan 40’6; 5. Caleb Geary 38’3.5

Girls’ Results

200 Meters – 6. Aubrey Gonzales 27.37
400 Meters – 4. Bryana Larsen 64.36; 5. Kaila Borgman 65.07
800 Meters – 5. Kali Rimington 2:36.90
3200 Meters – 3. Rachel Huffman 12:33.22; 4. Dakota Gellner 12:57.87
100m Hurdles – 3. Chelsea Wickard 16.18
300m Hurdles – 1. Chelsea Wickard 46.10; 5. Morgan Broussard 48.34
4x400 Relay – 6. Kaila Borgman, Bryana Larsen, Kenzie Duncan, Kali Rimington 4:25.66
4x800 Relay – 2. Kenzie Duncan, Dakota Gellner, Damaris Martinez, Kali Rimington 10:23.96
Shot Put – 2. Stephanie Coley 38’ 3
Discus – 1. Stephanie Coley 115’ 4
High Jump – 1. Morgan Greene 5’ 4
Long Jump – 5. Kayleigh Schadwinkel 15’ 5
Triple Jump – 3. Morgan Greene 33’ 4.5; 5. Holly Grote 33’ 1.5

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