The Tabor men swept second through fifth place in the shot put: Robert Phillips was second (47-5), Jonathan Gibson third (45-31?2), Daniel Quiring fourth (44-41?2), and Johnny Loera fifth (43-61?2). Matt Richert was 10th (39-91?2).
Tyler Parrish finished third in the 1,500 (4:11.70), while Quiring was fifth in the hammer (150-9).
The 4×100 relay placed sixth (42.83).
Phillips was eighth in the discus (126-3), while Loera was eighth in the hammer (129-8). Matt Richert finished ninth in the hammer (120-11).
Avery Franz placed ninth in the high jump (5-73?4) and the triple jump (42-21?4).
These athletes placed 10th:?Josh Richert in the 1,500 (4:19.97); Cole Younger in the 100 (10.83); Austin Kurtz in the javelin (154-5); and Younger, Oree Johnson, Josh Richert and Parrish in the 4×400 relay (3:33.28).
Meanwhile, Alyssa Windle paved the way for the women with three-top three finishes. She placed second in the shot put (38-9) and the hammer (140-10) and third in the discus (113-3).
Amy Horner was third in the triple jump (35-11?4) and fourth in the 400 hurdles (1:11.23).
Ashton Kroeker was fourth in the triple jump (35-1?2), while Julie Loewen was fourth in the 1,500 (5:21.58)
Horner, Ashton Kroeker, Sarah Hagen, and Aaliyah Carter were fourth in the 4×100 (49.80), while Carter, Hagen, Keeley Kroeker and Horner were fifth in the 4×400 relay (4:14.58).
Carter was fifth in the 200 (25.81).
Sarah Hagen placed 10th in the 400 (1:03.09), while Jamiah Evans was 10th in the shot put (32-6) and in the discs (99-4).
Coming?Tabor will compete at the Friends Invitational Friday and Saturday.