Saturday State Track Results

Girls Sprint Medley Relay

1A – Newell Fonda…finished 10th in 1:54.43. An interview with the team can be heard below…

2A – Pocahontas Area…finished 13th in 1:53.43. An interview with the team can be heard below…

Sioux Central…finished 18th in 1:54.68.

South Central Calhoun…finished 24th in 2:03.28.

1A Boys Sprint Medley Relay

Alta Aurelia…finished 13th in 1:37.92. An interview with the team can be heard below…

Girls 800 Meter Run

1A – Nora Peterson – Alta Aurelia…did not run.

Hayden Berkland – Alta Aurelia…finished 20th in a personal best time of 2:28.30.

2A – Chloe Judisch – South Central Calhoun…medaled with 7th place finish in a season best time of 2:19.77.

Linnea Bloom – Sioux Central…finished 17th in 2:27.26.

Girls Shuttle Hurdle Relay Finals

2A – Ridge View…medaled with a 2nd place finish back to back years in 1:06.23. An interview with a few of the team members can be heard below…

Sioux Central…medaled with a 5th place finish in 2:27.26.

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles Finals

Rowan Jensen – Ridge View…medaled with a 5th place finish in 15.74.

Girls 200 Meter Dash Finals

3A – Mackenzie Harder – Storm Lake…medaled with 8th place finish of 26.62. Mackenzie talked afterward…

Girls 1500 Meter Run

1A…Nora Peterson – Alta Aurelia…did not run.

Mareni Brabec – Newell Fonda…finished 13th setting a personal and school record at 5:05.80. Click below to hear an interview with Mareni…

2A…Alyssa Richman – Manson NWW…medaled with a 5th place finish in a season best 4:50.27

Chloe Judisch – South Central Calhoun…finished 13th in 5:04.41. An interview with Chloe can be heard below…

Girls 4 x 400 Meter Relay Finals

2A – Cherokee…medaled with 6th place finish in a season best time of 4:07.27.

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