Canton-Galva – The Eagles competed at the Burrton CKTL April 25.
The boys? 4×800-meter relay team of Austin Bullinger, Justin Hiller, Trevor Unruh and Elil Janzen claimed gold with a time of nine minutes, 38 seconds. Taking silver for the boys were Bullinger in the triple jump (38-0) and Trey Moddelmog in the high jump (5-4) and long jump (17-9). Taking third were Bullinger in the 300 hurdles (51.24) and Moddelmog in the triple jump (37-10.5).
Rachel Becker earned bronze in the high jump (4-2) and the long jump (12-7) for the girls.
CGHS was scheduled to competed at the Moundridge Relays April 30 before traveling to Remington Friday.
Centre – The Cougars competed at the Sterling CKTL meet April 24, with the girls placing fifth with 47 points and the boys fifth with seven points.
For the girls, Cacey Simons took Centre?s only gold in the high jump with a leap of four feet, eight inches. Theo Kassebaum took second in the 100-meter hurdles in 16.2 seconds, placing third in the 300 hurdles (54.5) and long jump (15-3.5). Also taking silver were Nellie Kassebaum in the 1600 (6:51), Shelby Makobec in the 800 (2:45) and 3200 (13:40) and the 4×100 relay team of Cassidy Hill, Dani Beck, Kailyn Riffel and Callie Riffel (1:08). No boys placed in the top three.
CHS was scheduled to compete at the Herington Invitational Friday.
Goessel – The Bluebirds competed at the Berean CKTL in Marion April 24, with the girls placing fourth with 25 points and the boys
Erin Brubaker earned silver for the girls? squad in the 100-meter hurdles in 19.6 seconds. Taking bronze were Brubaker in the high jump (4-4) and long jump (13-4.25), Tia Goertzen in the 400 (1:07) and Brittny Czarnowsky in the 3200 (13:47). Taking bronze for the boys were Brian Hiebert in the shot put (37-9) and Davis Cook in the triple jump (37-11.25).
The Bluebirds were scheduled to compete at the Herington Invitational Friday.
Peabody-Burns – The Warriors competed at the James Thomas Invitational in Hillsboro Friday, with the boys earning a fifth-place finish and the girls coming in 12th.
For the boys, Seth Topham led the team with a silver in the 110-meter hurdles in 16.11 seconds and a bronze in the 300 hurdles (44.22). Lucas Larsen took silver in the discus (134-2).
On the girls? side, Wiebke Wiese took bronze in the high jump (4-10).
The Warriors hosted a CKTL meet April 24, with the boys claiming second with 62 points and the girls taking third with 38 points.
Exchange student Wiese broke the 16-year school record in the girls? high jump, clearing five feet, one inch, to claim gold. Wiese also took first in the 300-meter run in one minute, four seconds.
Taking silver for the girls was Paige Lewis in the 100 hurdles (18.2) and 300 hurdles (57.7). Coming in third were Mackenzie Young in the 3200 (17:26), Carlee Wentworth in the 800 (3:18) and Kelsie Noble in the high jump (4-0).
For the boys, Seth Topham claimed three gold medals in the 110 hurdles (17.1), 300 hurdles (44) and high jump (5-10). Also taking first was Lucas Larsen in the discus (39-5) and shot put (39-5). Braxton Kyle took silver in the high jump (5-8).
Coming in third were Christian Chastain in the 3200 (13:43) and the 4×100 relay team of Michael George, Topham, Larsen and Martin Reich (49.5).
PBHS is scheduled to compete at the Herington Invita?tional Friday.