Track roundup, May 5


Eisenhower girls win Hutchinson track meet; Colts runner sets school record

The Eisenhower girls had a strong performance at Gowans Stadium in Hutchinson last Friday, winning the Salthawk Invitational. The Tigers scored 99 points to edge past Maize (95.5) and host Hutchinson (91).
The Campus girls scored 32 points and placed ninth out of 12 teams. The Colts’ day was marked by BreAna Garrett-Tillemans’ record-setting performance in the 800 meters. She won the event and set a new Campus High record in the process, with a time of 2:20.48.
The Eisenhower Boys were seventh with 52 points, and the Campus boys scored 26 to finish 11th.
Leah Wilkinson led the Tigers’ girls, placing in three individual events. She took second in discus and third in shot put. EHS had three girls place in both javelin and shot. Harli Omli gave the Tigers a gold medal in the 400 meters. Makenzie Block placed in a pair of events. Eisenhower had top-three finishes in all three relays.
The boys were led by Cayden Schoenhoff in the 400, Jace McCaffrey in pole vault, and Bennett McCargo in discus. Each placed second in his event.
For Campus, Andrew Howard continues to do well in the hurdles. His best showing was in the 300-meter hurdles, where he placed second. For the girls, Anna Corbet was second in pole vault.
Campus will make a short drive east on Friday to be part of Derby’s home track meet. Events start at 3:30 p.m.
Eisenhower will be at the Goddard home track meet on Friday, starting at 3:30 p.m.

Campus boys
110 hurdles: Andrew Howard, 3rd, 15.64; Garrett Denning, 4th, 15.70.
4×800: Campus (Brody Bloom, Albert Cabbalero, David Cabbalero, Matt Glidden, 8th, 9:39.95.
300 hurdles: Andrew Howard, 2nd, 42.39.
3200: Brody Bloom, 3rd, 10:40.48.

Campus girls
Pole vault: Anna Corbett, 2nd, 8-6; Abigail Nelsen, 5th, 8-0.
Discus: Morgan Nedeua, 6th, 84-2.
100 hurdles: Mashalya Knight, 8th, 20.80.
800: Breana Garrett-Tillemans, 1st, 2:20.48.
4×800: Campus (Charli Bernal, Breana Garrett-Tillemans, Layla Fager, Elyssa Stephens), 5th, 4:35.39.

Eisenhower boys
Pole vault: Jace McCaffrey, 2nd, 12-0.
Discus: Bennett McCargo, 2nd, 119-5.
Javelin: Austin Hoyt, 4th, 140-6.5; Carter Dickman, 8th, 125-2.
Shot put: Bennett McCargo, 8th, 40-6.5.
200: Lucas Dickman, 4th, 23.27.
4×800: Eisenhower (Logan Libel, Eli Roberts, Max Santillan, Corbin Smith), 6th, 8:56.72.
1600: Logan Libel, 7th, 4:54.10.
4×100: Eisenhower (Jalil Cooper, Kamari Thompson, Ben Heidebrecht, Randall Ball), 6th, 44.63.
400: Cayden Schoenhoff, 2nd, 51.76.
300 hurdles: Lane Cash, 5th, 42.96.
4×400: Eisenhower (Caden Schoenhoff, Derek Morgan, Tyler Flinkman, Lucas Dickman), 5th, 3:42.97.

Eisenhower girls
Pole vault: Leah Renner, 6th, 8-0.
Long jump: Delainee Dexter, 7th, 15-5.
Triple jump: Avah Alexander, 6th, 30-11.
Discus: Leah Wilkinson, 2nd, 100-6; Kila Respress, 8th, 81-11.
Javelin: Leah Wilkinson, 5th, 97-8.5; Abigail Farr, 6th, 97-0; Carly Dameron, 7th, 83-3.5.
Shot put: Leah Wilkinson, 3rd, 33-10; Kila Respress, 4th, 32-9.5; Carly Dameron, 6th, 28-7.
200: Makenzie Block, 3rd, 27.14; Harli Omli, 6th, 28.49.
100 hurdles: Makenzie Block, 3rd, 15.86.
4×800: Eisenhower (McKenzie Henry, Nina Nelson, Emily Young, Brooke Kasprick), 2nd, 10:52.95.
1600: Ashtyn Koeppen, 4th, 6:01.22.
4×100: Eisenhower (Abby Bachman, Harly Omli, Mackenzie Popp, Makenzie Block), 1st, 50.31.
400: Harli Omli, 1st, 1:01.56; Eydie Furnish, 4th, 1:04.38.
4×400: Eisenhower (Eydie Furnish, McKenzie Henry, Abby Bachman, Harli Omli), 3rd, 4:23.58.

Conway Springs Cardinals show well at Wellington

The Conway Springs Cardinals track and field team turned in some good results at last week’s participation meet at Wellington High School.
Team scores were not kept. The field included Sumner County schools Caldwell, Belle Plaine, Oxford and South Haven, along with Rose Hill and Mulvane.
The girls had several first-place finishes, and some strong combinations in different events. Grace Bender and Natalie Doffing placed first and second in pole vault. Faith Kelly and Katelyn Koester were first and second in shot put, and Gabby Dalbom was fourth. Cheyanne Tull medaled in two events, including winning the 1600 meters. Kenzie Wenke took second in high jump.
Brayden Kunz had a good day for the boys, winning the triple jump and coming in second in the long jump. There were four Cardinals in the top eight in pole vault, led by Zach Johnson, who won the event.
Conway Springs will be at Chaparral High School on Friday. Next week, the Cardinals will be at Garden Plain for the Central Plains League meet.

Conway Springs boys (top 8)
100: Jose Robles, 6th, 11.67.
200: Jose Robles, 3rd, 25.01.
800: Jack Hartman, 5th, 2:28.13.
4×100: Conway Springs A (Nathan Doffing, Brayden Kunz, Jose Robles, Ian Solomon), 4th, 47.64; Conway Springs B (Blake Davis, Jack Hartman, Zach Johnson, Colby Koester), 8th, 51.77.
High jump: Ian Solomon, 5th, 5-6.
Pole vault: Zach Johnson, 1st, 12-1; Nathan Doffing, 4th, 10-1; Blake Davis, 5th, 9-7; Jack Hartman, 6th, 9-7.
Long jump: Brayden Kunz, 2nd, 21-0.5.
Triple jump: Brayden Kunz, 1st, 41-9.25.
Shot put: Gunner Williams, 3rd, 42-0.
Discus: Gunner Williams, 5th, 140-11.
Javelin: Cade Howell, 8th, 120-7.

Conway Springs girls (top 8)
100: Kenzie Wenke, 4th, 13.24; Melissa Ebenkamp, 6th, 13.55.
400: Allyson Lange, 7th, 1:13.45.
800: Cheyanne Tull, 3rd, 2:50.76.
1600: Cheyanne Tull, 1st, 6:10.96.
4×100: Conway Springs (Melissa Ebenkamp, Katelyn Koester, Kaley Perkins, Kenzie Wenke), 5th, 58.50.
4×400: Conway Springs (Allyson Lange, Rosalyn Zoglmann, Julia Zoglmann, Kira Forrest), 4th, 5:25.05.
High jump: Kenzie Wenke, 2nd, 5-2; Jan Stuhlsatz, 5th, 4-10.
Pole vault: Grace Bender, 1st, 8-1; Natalie Doffing, 2nd, 7-1.
Long jump: Melissa Ebenkamp, 2nd, 16-4.5; Allyson Lange, 8th, 14-7.
Triple jump: Grace Bender, 7th, 31-1.
Shot put: Faith Kelly, 1st, 34-3.5; Katelyn Koester, 2nd, 33-0.5; Gabby Dalbom, 4th, 30-5.75.
Discus: Faith Kelly, 3rd, 85-11.5; Ava Daniel, 8th, 78-3.5.
Javelin: Gabby Dalbom, 5th, 99-4.

Goddard boys win East Relays

The Goddard Lions boys track and field team won the Wichita East Relays, held on April 26 and featuring 10 teams. They scored 107 points, which was 9 points better than runner-up Great Bend.
The GHS girls placed fifth out of nine teams, with 48.5 points.
Zane Pepperd and Bradley Bond both had high finishes in a pair of events. Pepperd won both hurdle races, while Bond was first in the discus and second in the shot put. Ryan Bay placed second in high jump. Kendal McElroy and Riley Scoggin both placed in two different individual events.
The Lions will host their annual home meet this Friday at Goddard District Stadium. A dozen other schools are slated to be their, including Eisenhower. Start time is 3:30 p.m.

Goddard boys
4×100: Goddard, tie 3rd, 45.00.
Pole vault: Bryce Schwerdtfeger, 1st, 11-6; Gab Rodriguez, 4th, 8-6; Gavin Inkelaar, 5th, 8-6.
High jump: Ryan Bay, 2nd, 6-0; Dalton Dunn, tie 5th, 5-2.
Discus: Bradley Bond, 1st, 133-4.5.
1600: Caleb Blackman, 7th, 6:17.70.
300 hurdles: Zane Pepperd, 1st, 41.40.
Long jump: Dalton Dunn, 4th, 18-8.75; Ryan Bay, 6th, 18-6.
4×200: Goddard, 3rd, 1:34.74.
110 hurdles: Zane Pepperd, 1st, 14.51.
Javelin: Dylan Reese, 3rd, 129-6; Jaxon Shook 5th, 117-7.
100: Micah Johnson, 5th, 11.12.
4×800: Goddard, 5th, 9:59.25.
4000 distance medley: Goddard, 6th, 12:51.19.
2000 steeplechase: Nathan Lewis, 5th, 8:12.50; Nathan Harkman, 7th, 8:21.86.
Shot put: Bradley Bond, 2nd, 44-5.

Goddard girls
Shot put: Riley Scoggin, 6th, 28-5.
4×200: Goddard, 6th, 1:55.39.
4×100: Goddard, 3rd, 53.50.
Pole vault: Kendal McElroy, 3rd, 7-6; Alivia Jenkins, tie 6th, 6-6.
300 hurdles: Abby Sowersby, 7th, 55.00.
Javelin: Riley Scoggin, 6th, 70-4.5; Hannah Rogers, 7th, 69-8.
Long jump: Kendal McElroy, 3rd, 14-8.75; Kate Grilliot, 5th, 14-6.75.
1600 sprint medley: Goddard, 4th, 2:08.80.
High jump: Abby Sowersby, 7th, 4-4.
1600: Ellie Cowan, 6th, 6:57.19.
4000 distance medley: Goddard, 3rd, 16:16.68.
4×400: Goddard, 3rd, 4:00.90.

Raiders run at Central

The Argonia Raiders track and field team were part of a large field on April 26 at Central Burden. There were 18 boys teams and 15 girls teams scoring points. The AHS boys scored 11.5 points and placed 14th. The girls scored 14.5 points and came in 11th.
Argonia goes to Pretty Prairie this Thursday. This meet often serves as a good preview for the Raiders going into their Class 1A regional meet in a couple of weeks.

Argonia boys
100: Damien Smith, 7th, 12.33.
High jump: Damien Smith, 4th, 5-8.
Shot put: Ryder Ragan, 4th, 35-9.5.
Javelin: Dalton Morrison, 5th, 128-8.

Argonia girls
4×100: Argonia (Abigail Harbin, Maya Jones, Lakelyn Love, Heidi McCurley), 6th, 1:02.31.
800 sprint medley relay: Argonia ( Abigail Harbin, Maya Jones, Lakelyn Love, Heidi McCurley), 6th, 2:21.97.
High jump: Lakelyn Love, 2nd, 4-10; Heidi McCurley, 5th, 4-6.

Records set at shortened Cheney track meet

Several meet records were set at last Friday’s Vernon Ferguson Invitational track and field meet, hosted by Cheney High School. The Clearwater Indians and Garden Plain Owls were among the teams at the annual meet hosted by the Cardinals.
The meet was postponed and eventually halted for good due to inclement weather. The 200 meter finals, the 3200 meters and the 4×400-meter relays were not run. Preliminary times were used to award medals in the 200 meters, but that event did not count in the team points. Team scoring was frozen after the 800 meters.
Brooke Hammond of Garden Plain set a new meet record in the 100 meters, clocking a time of 12.36 seconds.
Cheney’s 4×100 relay team of Amy Wright, Brynn McCormick, Reagan Ayres and Lacy Luehrs also set a new meet record, winning the event with a time of 50.21.
Trinity’s Clay Shively set a new record time in the boys 800 meters at 1:55.17, and the Collegiate boys 4×100 relay set a new record with a time of 43.59.
Will Tice won the discus and javelin for the Garden Plain boys, and Hammond swept the girls sprints by winning the 100 and 200 meters.
Cheney swept the high jump, with Luke Grace winning the boys and Breanna Wells winning the girls events. Grace won all the jumps, also placing first in the long jump and high jump.
Clearwater shined in the girls hurdles. Madison Williams and Kenzy McArtor placed first and second in the 300 hurdles. Hayley Trotter won both the 800 and 1600 meters. For the boys, Mason Seiter and Brett Gibbs both placed in multiple events.
Garden Plain, Cheney and Clearwater grabbed five of the top seven spots in the 100-meter hurdles. Clearwater’s Williams placed first while McArtor was third. Garden Plain’s Celia Puetz was second, and Abby Redmon finished fifth. Cheney’s Brynn McCormick was fourth.
Garden Plain swept the team titles. The Garden Plain girls scored 110 points in victory, while Cheney was second with 95 points. Scott City was third with 84, and Clearwater took fourth with a score of 67 points.
The Owls won the boys’ competition with 93 points. Cheney was fifth (47.5) and Clearwater placed ninth (20). There were 17 boys teams that scored points, and 14 girls teams.
Cheney will take part in the Hesston meet this Thursday, starting at 3:30 p.m. Clearwater travels to Circle on Thursday for a 3 p.m. meet.
This Friday, Garden Plain goes to Remington. Events begin at 3 p.m.
Cheney and Garden Plain will be at Garden Plain next Thursday, along with Conway Springs, to compete in the Central Plains League track meet.

Garden Plain boys
200: Noah McGregor, 6th, 24.78.
800: Will Tice, 6th, 2:08.01.
1600: Will Tice, 7th, 4:59.18.
110 hurdles: Logan Albers, 2nd, 15.84.
300 hurdles: Logan Albers, 1st, 41.86; Daniel Mans, 6th, 45.57.
4×100: Garden Plain (Logan Albers, Taegan Gallagher, Elliot Helten, Noah McGregor), 4th, 45.34.
4×800: Garden Plain (Elliot Helten, Collin Haukap, Gage Lee, Ty Scheer), 3rd, 9:25.76.
Long jump: Luke Hillman, 3rd, 20-0.
Triple jump: Luke Hillman, 2nd, 41-0.25.
Shot put: Luke Hillman, 2nd, 48-10.5.
Discus: Will Tice, 1st, 142-1; Trevor Schmidt, 3rd, 135-10; Luke Hillman, 4th, 135-2.
Javelin: Will Tice, 1st, 173-5; Elijah Atkins, 2nd, 149-2.

Garden Plain girls
100: Brooke Hammond, 1st, 12.36.
200: Brooke Hammond, 1st, 26.96.
400: Sydney Puetz, 5th, 1:03.81.
100 hurdles: Celia Puetz, 2nd, 15.98; Abby Redmon, 5th, 16.97.
300 hurdles: Abby Redmon, 4th, 50.40.
4×100: Garden Plain (Celia Puetz, Abby Redmon, Ryleigh Stuhlsatz, Brooke Hammond), 2nd, 52.26.
Pole vault: Sydney Puetz, 2nd, 9-6; Abby Redmon, 3rd, 9-0.
Long jump: Sophie Smith, 3rd, 15-6.
Triple jump: Sophie Smith, 1st, 34-10; Sydney Puetz, 6th, 33-9.
Shot put: Molly Zoglman, 2nd, 33-4.25.
Discus: Molly Zoglman, 1st, 118-6; Naomi Dooley, 3rd, 115-2.
Javelin: Naomi Dooley, 1st, 115-11; Molly Zoglman, 2nd, 110-6.

Cheney boys
110 hurdles: Luke Grace, 4th, 16.22.
High jump: Luke Grace, 1st, 6-2.
Pole vault: Caleb Wehrman, 4th, 12-0; Luke Reno, 6th, 10-6.
Long jump: Luke Grace, 1st, 22-1.25; Quincy Thomas, tie 7th, 18-10.
Triple jump: Luke Grace, 1st, 43-4.25; Carter Peintner, 3rd, 40-2.5.
Javelin: Weston Hill, 7th, 132-6.

Cheney girls
100: Lacy Luehrs, 3rd, 12.81; Amy Wright, 5th, 13.25.
200: Lacy Luehrs, 2nd, 28.40; Ashlyn Shwartz, 6th, 29.63.
400: Breanna Wells, 4th, 1:03.36.
800: Tatum Ingram, 6th, 2:46.09.
1600: Reese Hedstrom, 5th, 5:51.79.
100 hurdles: Brynn McCormick, 4th, 16.30.
300 hurdles: Brynn McCormick, 3rd, 49.27; Alex Bitner, 6th, 51.40.
4×100: Cheney (Amy Wright, Brynn McCormick, Reagan Ayres, Lacy Luehrs), 1st, 50.21.
High jump: Breanna Wells, tie 1st, 4-8.
Pole vault: Maddie Abernathy, 5th, 7-6; Kylee Riggins, 6th, 7-6.
Long jump: Campbell Hague, 4th, 15-5; Olivia Albers, 5th, 15-3; Lauren Wood, 6th, 14-8.
Triple jump: Campbell Hague, 3rd, 34-3.5; Olivia Albers, 5th, 33-10.
Shot put: Hadley Pipkin, 3rd, 32-11.75.
Discus: Jayleigh Wehrman, 5th, 105-4.
Javelin: Carsyn Frieden, 4th, 108-7; Campbell Hague, 5th, 105-6; Alex Bittner, 6th, 103-0.

Clearwater boys
200: Isaac Trosclair, 4th, 24.66.
800: Mason Seiter, 4th, 2:07.33.
1600: Mason Seiter, 5th, 4:49.30.
110 hurdles: Trent Hastings, 7th, 16.78.
4×100: Clearwater, 7th, 46.15.
4×800: Clearwater, 6th, 9:59.30.
Shot put: Brett Gibbs, 3rd, 43-8.25.
Discus: Brett Gibbs, 5th, 135-1.

Clearwater girls
800: Hayley Trotter, 1st, 2:22.80.
1600: Hayley Trotter, 1st, 5:17.23.
100 hurdles: Madison Williams, 1st, 15.52; Kenzy McArtor, 3rd, 16.07.
300 hurdles: Madison Williams, 1st, 47.50; Kenzy McArtor, 2nd, 47.99.
4×100: Clearwater, 7th, 56.89.