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Centralia Girls Win & Boys Take Second Leading Area Performances at Washington County Track Invite
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

Washington County Track Invite (4-24-18) Results - click here

Several Twin Valley League schools along with a few others were in action on Tuesday in track and field at Washington County. 

Centralia girls earned to the top team spot out of 11 schools posting 93 points to win by 10 points over Axtell who took second, while Hanover finished only one-point by the Eagles in third. Republic County took fourth while Clifton-Clyde and Linn finished out the top five girls team tying for fifth, while Valley Heights, Onaga, Blue Valley-Randolph, Pike Valley and Washington County finished seventh through 11th. Republic County boys earned the top team spot in the boy’s action but just edged Centralia by four points finishing with 114 points giving the Panthers second. Clifton-Clyde, Axtell and Hanover tallied third, fourth and fifth place finishes as teams, while Valley Heights, Washington County, Blue Valley-Randolph, Pike Valley, Onaga and Linn finished out the team standings. 

Centralia Pantehers on the on day were led by eight first place finishes in competition. Dylan Boeckman swept the 110 and 300 meter hurdles posting times of 16.63 and 42.20, while Daegan Steinlage tossed his way to first place both the shot put (42'06.75) and discus (122'07). In the girls competition Breanna Schmitz set a new school record in the pole vault with a vault of 11'01 to win the event, while Madison Lueger continued to dominate the javelin (133'03) earning the gold. The girls 4x400 meter relay (4:26) team earned first place and Morgan Kramer sprinted to first place in the 200 meter dash (27.02). 

The distance runs of 1600 and 3200 meters belonged to the Axtell Eagles on the day as they were swept on the girls and boys side of competition by Eagle runners. Olivia Kuckelman posted times of 5:48.86 and 13:04.55 to win the girls 1600 and 3200 meter runs, while Quinn Buessing with times of 4:56.76 and 10:55.04 won the boys 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Axtell girls 4x800m (10:38.91) and 4x100m relay (52.58) teams both also earned first place. 

Hanover Wildcats had a trio of first place finishes with two coming in the boy’s competition as Carter Bruna won the javelin (164'11) and Pete Peters took first in the high jump (5'08). Macy Doebele earned first in the girls long jump (17'04) also for Hanover. 

Sam Vermetten led Valley Heights on the day as she won both the 400 and 800 meter runs posting times of 1:00.76 and 2:26.83, while Kayla Smith sprinted to first in the girl’s 100 meter dash (12.85). 

Clifton-Clyde had Elias Girard and Maycee Callihan claim first place finishes on the day at Washington County. Girard won the boys triple jump (37'09.50) and Callihan took first in the girl’s discus (110'03).

Onaga saw Belinda Ames win the girls 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.74. 

Blue Valley-Randolph was led by Brooklyn Zoeller as she won the triple jump with a leap of 31'02.50. 

The host Washington County saw Mia Cardenas win the girls shot put after recording a toss of 35'06.

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