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Centralia Girls, Nemaha Central Boys Win Nemaha Central Track & Field Invitational
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

Nemaha Central Invitational – Results

Area track teams continued their season’s Tuesday night at the Nemaha Central Invitational and it was the host Thunder boys and Centralia girls who came away with team titles.

On the girl’s side the Panthers had five gold medal winners led by Abbie Flentie who won the 400-meter dash, while Flentie teamed up with Morgan Kramer, Maegan Koch and Tamra Jones to win the 4 by 400-meter dash. Jones also won the 300-meter hurdles, while Breanna Schmitz won the pole vault. Madison Lueger also won the javelin, breaking her own school record with a throw of 157 feet, 2 inches.

Nemaha Central added five more first place finishers, led by Alleigh Kramer who won the 100 and 200-meter dashes while Jacy Dalinghaus won the shot put and discus. Kramer also teamed up with Hannah Macke, Heather Suther and Rachel Gudenkauf to win the 4 by 100-meter relay.

Valley Heights added three more winners, with Samantha Vermetten winning the 800 and 1600-meter runs while Emma Toerber won the 100-meter hurdles.

Troy had three gold medal winners as well with Amanda Stock winning the triple jump and high jump, while Morgan Masters won the long jump.

Axtell added two more first place finishers, as Jordyn Smith won the 3200-meter run while Smith teamed up with Aspen Buessing, Kinsey Feldkamp and Kori Schmelzle to win the 4 by 800-meter relay.

On the boy’s side Nemaha Central was led by four first place finishes, led by Dalton Schmelzle who won the high jump, long jump and triple jump while Dylan Schultejans won the pole vault.

Axtell added four more gold medal winners with Quinn Buessing winning the 800 and 3200-meter runs, while Derek Buessing won the javelin and Buessing, Hunter Koch, Clark Werner and Blake Porting teaming up to win the 4 by 800-meter relay.

Centralia also had three first place finishers, led by Daegan Steinlage who won the shot put and discus while Isaac Gore won the 400-meter dash.

Troy and Onaga rounded out area winners, as the Trojans had Reid Jasper win the 100 and 200-meter dashes while the Buffaloes had Aaron Schwartz, Sam Kufahl, Colby Myers and Casey Myers team up to win the 4 by 400-meter relay.

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