TC competes at league meet

The Tabor College track and field team competed at the KCAC indoor meet Friday and Saturday.

The women finished sixth of 12 teams with 68 points. Friends won with 2501?2.

Alyssa Windle paved the way by placing second in both the shot put (43-41?2) and the weight throw (49-91?2).

Additional top-eight finishes were:

Ashton Kroeker was third in the triple jump (35-13?4); Jamiah Evans was fifth in the shot put (37-33?4) and sixth in the weight throw (38-101?4); and Katey Whitesell was fifth in the 5,000 (20:05.30).

Kelly Gomez, Sarah Hagen, Keeley Kroeker and Katey Whitesell were fifth in the women?s distance medley (13:45.25); while Julie Loewen was fifth in the one-mile run (5:52.38) and seventh in the 1,000 (3:22.76).

Amy Horner was sixth in the long jump (16-11?2) and the triple jump (33-51?4); while Aaliyah Carter was seventh in the 60 (8.10) and the 200 (27.52).

Horner, Hagen, Keeley Kroeker and Loewen finished seventh in the 4×400 relay (4:29.92); while Kroeker, Gomez, Hagen and Loewen were seventh in the 4×800 (10:25.31).

The men finished seventh of 12 teams with 30 points.

Johnny Loera led the way with a second-place finish in the shot put (45-101?2).

Additional top-eight finishes were:

Daniel Quiring was third in the weight throw (45-31?2) and fourth in the shot put (44-91?2); Tyler Parrish was fifth in the 800 (1:59.49); and Josh Richert was sixth in the 1,000 (2:40.00).

Richert, Avery Franz, Parrish and Si Luc were seventh in the men?s distance medley (10:58.67); while Loera was eighth in the weight throw (43-81?2).

Cole Younger, Franz, Josh Richert and Parrish were eighth in the 4×400 relay (3:30.71).

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