Sidney and Mitchell take titles at BCD
     2011-05-12      By Randy Sides   
Hay Springs’ Aria Hughes won four events to lead all individuals at the Bayard BCD track meet last Friday, which included 13 teams from around the Panhandle. Sidney took the girls’ title, while Mitchell captured the boys’ title.

Team results were: Girls – Sidney 109, Bayard 90, Alliance 65.5, Bridgeport 59, Kimball 54, Hay Springs 53, Mitchell 53, Chadron 47.5, Hemingford 46, Morrill 38.5, Creek Valley 19.5, Crawford 18, Garden County 3

Boys – Mitchell 105, Alliance 99.5, Sidney 64, Bayard 59, Garden County 56, Chadron 54, Bridgeport 45.5, Kimball 39, Morrill 34, Hay Springs 34, Crawford 16, Creek Valley 14, Hemingford 4

Girls Individual Winners: Shot Put – Kali Robb, Sidney, 36’9”; Discus – Kali Robb, Sidney, 121’4”; High Jump – Havannah Newens, Mitchell, 5’0”; Pole Vault – Megan Stuart, Bayard, 9’0”; Long Jump – Aria Hughes, Hay Springs, 16’11.5”; Triple Jump – Aria Hughes, Hay Springs, 34’4.5”

100 meters – Aria Hughes, Hay Springs, 12.7; 200 meters – Aria Hughes, Hay Springs, 26.9; 400 meters – Morgan Linneman, Sidney, 1:01.3; 800 meters – Kaitlyn Wells, Sidney, 2:21.8; 1,600 meters - Juli Smith, Sidney, 5:44.4; 3,200 meters – Jayme Nunes, Alliance, 12:16.3

100 meter hurdles – Mersades Klein, Mitchell, 15.9; 300 meter hurdles – Kelsey Wood, Hemingford, 49.1; 4x100 meter relay: Bayard (Katie Fibelstad, Amanda Dechant, Alicia Conklin, Breanna Korell), 51.9; 4x400 relay – Sidney (Morgan Linneman, Hannah Riley, Brooke Vowers, Kaitlyn Wells), 4:09.7; 4x800 relay – Chadron (Nicky Applegarth, Ashlyn Eitemiller, Peyton Hinn, Ashlea Kerr), 10:43.6

Boys Individual Winners: Shot Put – Tanner Rien, Mitchell, 50’1.5”; Discus – Tanner Rien, Mitchell, 145’4”; High Jump – Kane McLaughlin, Garden County, 6’5”; Pole Vault – Larry Uttecht, Morrill, 12’6”; Long Jump – Brady Land, Kimball, 21”1”; Triple Jump – Kyle Hooper, Alliance, 40’10.5”

100 meters – J.D. Leonard, Garden County, 11.2; 200 meters – Spencer Jobman, Bayard, 23.6; 400 meters – Ryes Wieser, Sidney, 50.5; 800 meters – Richie Burke, Mitchell, 2.05; 1,600 meters – Cody Franklin, 4:49.6; 3,200 meters – Cody Franklin, Bridgeport, 10.19.5

100 meter hurdles – Jake Daum, Kimball, 15.1; 300 meter hurdles – Brandon Stuart, Bayard, 40.9; 4x100 meter relay: Garden County (Dawson Belden, Devon Sullivan, Tristen Jackson, J.D. Leonard), 44.3; 4x400 relay – Sidney (Larry Balandran, Ryan Wieser, David Matthes, Chase Frerichs), 3:29.5; 4x800 relay – Alliance (Gage Lehl, Kolton Dubs, Zach Clark, Keagan Hill), 8:52.4

Girls MVP was Aria Hughes, and Boys MVP was Tanner Rien.

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