Area Track and Field: Pierz sweeps CI Invite

3 area teams at Crosby-Ironton Invite May 6

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CROSBY — Pierz’s Ashley won four events including the 100-meter hurdles in 15.96, 300 hurdles in 48.78, the high jump in 5-foot-0 and the long jump in 16-7.75 to help the Pioneers get first place in the girls Friday, May 6, at the Crosby-Ironton booster invite.

The Pioneers also won the boys behind Jonathan Cheney who won the 110-hurdles in 17.03 and the high jump in 6-0.

Katie Leidenfrost won the 400 dash in 1:04.53 for the Pioneers and Chloe Lochner won the 800 run in 2:34.47.

Nathan Tax won the boys 800 run for Pierz in 2:14.74. Guillen Diego won the pole vault in 12-3 and Kolby Brezinka won the shot put in 44-11 and discus in 135-1 for the Pioneers.

The Pioneers swept the 4x800 relays, won the girls 4x200 relay and won the boys 4x100 relay in 47.97.


Aitkin was second in the girls behind Teagan Piecek who won the triple jump in 32-2 and was a part of Aitkin’s 4x100 team that won. Crosby-Ironton was second in the boys behind Jordan Mount’s win in the 100 dash and Noah Larson who won the 400 dash in 54.28.

Aitkin boys were third and had winners in the 300 hurdles with Alex Palm in 45.33 and in the 200 dash with Jaelend Williams in 24.44. The Gobbler boys got the win in the 4x200 boys relay.

Related Topics: TRACK AND FIELD
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