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TRACK and FIELD: Anderson wins three for second-place PL


STAPLES — Jordan Anderson won the 110- and 300-meter hurdles and finished second in the triple jump to lead the Pequot Lakes boys team to second place in Tuesday’s Mid-State Conference championship.


Thomas Parker won the discus and was second in the shot put and Tyler Tappe won the pole vault for Pequot.

The Patriots girls team finished third. Vanessa Lane won the 100 dash and was third in the 200.

Staples-Motley’s Jaelin Beachy won both hurdle events to place the Cardinal girls in fourth. The S-M boys placed third as Brian Huber won the 100 and 200 dashes and the high jump and long jump.

Mitch Skjeveland won the 800 run for the fifth-place Crosby-Ironton boys. C-I’s girls team also finished fifth with wins from September Prushek (3200) and Sienna Miller (triple jump).

Wadena-Deer Creek’s Rachel Craig won the discus and high jump and Logan Meyer won the shot put.

Boys team scores: 1-Detroit Lakes 181, 2-Pequot Lakes 130.5, 3-Staples-Motley 121, 4-Park Rapids 54, 5-Crosby-Ironton 48.5, 6-Wadena-Deer Creek 21

110 hurdles: 1-Jordan Anderson (PL) 15.97, 2-Zach Borders (SM) 16.4

300 hurdles: 1-Anderson (PL) 40.62, 2-Borders (SM) 43.21

100 dash: 1-Brian Huber (SM) 11.18, 2-Nolan Michaelson (PL) 11.43

200 dash: 1-Huber (SM) 22.75, 3-Tyler Tappe 24.15

400 dash: 1-Herman Steing (PR) 3-Christian Harrison (PL) 54.67

800 run: 1-Mitch Skjeveland (CI) 2:05.62, 3-Brandon Sterriker (SM) 2:03.36

1600 run: 1-Skoyles Ramstad (DL) 4:43.76, 4-Michael Ryan (PL) 4:53.8

3200 run: 1-Ramstad (DL) 10:31.96, 4-Ryan (PL) 10:54.5

4x100 relay: 1-Detroit Lakes 46.38, 2-Pequot Lakes 46.62

4x200 relay: 1-Pequot Lakes 1:5.7, 3-Staples-Motley 1:40.3

4x400 relay: 1-Park Rapids 3:37.23, 2-Staples-Motley 3:41.51

4x800 relay: 1-Detroit Lakes 8:42.6, 2-Crosby-Ironton 8:52.70

Shot put: 1-Logan Meyer (WDC) 49-6, 2-Thomas Parker (PL) 46-3

Discus: 1-Parker (PL) 133-0.5, 3-Meyer (WDC) 123-6.5

Long jump: 1-Huber (SM) 21-05, 2-Nolan Michaelson (PL) 20-2.25

Triple jump: 1-Ryan Kalberer (DL) 42-1.5, 2-Anderson (PL) 39-5

High jump: 1-Huber (SM) 6-3, 3-Kale Kurdman (PL) 5-9.75

Pole vault: 1-Tappe (PL) 12-6, 3-Brandon Flicknger  (SM) 12-0

Girls team scores: 1-Detroit Lakes 162.33, 2-Park Rapids 124.83, 3-Pequot Lakes 79.33, 4-Staples-Motley 77, 5-Crosby-Ironton 67.50, 6-Wadena-Deer Creek 46

100 hurdles: 1-Jaelin Beachy (SM) 15.31, 4-Rachel Craig (WDC) 17.30

300 hurdles: 1-Beachy (SM) 45.91, 6-Shaye Blessing (WDC) 51.34

100 dash: 1-Vanessa Lane (PL) 12.46, 4-Makayla Wing (SM) 13.02

200 dash: 1-Lindsey Heineke (DL) 25.88, 3-Lane (PL) 27.05

400 dash: 1-Summer Ellefson (PR) 1:01.34, 2-Kendra Johnson (PL) 1:04.03

800 run: 1-Shelby Pierce (PR) 2:25.58, 2-Lisa Reichert (SM) 2:25.60

1600 run: 1-Lydia Lutz (PR) 5:32.70, 2-Charley Cantrell (WDC) 5:36.87

3200 run: 1-September Prushek (CI) 12:19.14, 5-Emma Schmitz (WDC) 12:42.75

4x100 relay: 1-Detroit Lakes 51.53, 2-Staples-Motley 52.40

4x200 relay: 1-Pequot Lakes 1:49.40, 2-Staples-Motley 1:50.30

4x400 relay: 1-Staples-Motley 4:14.00, 3-Pequot Lakes 4:26.40

4x800 relay: 1-Park Rapids 9:52.20, 3-Crosby-Ironton 10:49.90

Shot put: Shea Nielsen (DL) 36-9, 2-Vanessa Hudrlik (CI) 36-8

Discus: 1-Craig (WDC) 97-0-, 2-Hudrlik (CI) 89-5

Long jump: 1-Allison Berg (DL) 16-5, 2-Sienna Miller (CI) 15-11.75

Triple jump: 1-Miller (CI) 34-1, 2-Abigal Palmer (PL) 31-5

High jump: 1-Rachel Craig (WDC) 5-0, 5-Meredith Silgen 4-8

Pole vault: 1-Jess Stelter (DL) 10-0, 4-Samatha Allen (PL) 7-0

Next: Staples-Motley, Wadena-Deer Creek at Pequot Lakes Invite 4:30 p.m. Friday.

Sarah Nelson
Sarah Nelson joined the Brainerd Dispatch in April 2010 and works as a online reporter, content editor and staff writer. She is a world traveler, accused idealist and California native now braving the winters of Central Minnesota. She believes in the power of human resolve and hopes to be part of something that makes history by bringing an end to injustice in the world. Sarah has worked as a criminal background researcher, high school civics teacher, grant writer, and contributing writer with — tackling every issue from global poverty to bio-degradable bicycles. Her favorite thing about living in Minnesota is July. Sarah left the Brainerd Dispatch in April 2014.
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