Centre?The Cougars were scheduled to compete at the Council Grove Invitational Thursday, but it was canceled because of weather and will not be rescheduled.

The Cougars did participate in the Central Christian CKTL Quint at Buhler last Tuesday.

As a team, the boys placed fifth with 51 points, just behind Sedgwick at 52. Herington won with 80 points.

The team was led by three first-place finishes: Ty Simons in the 110 high hurdles (17.9) and 300 intermediate hurdles (46.8) and the 4×100 team of Grant Srajer, Justin Deines, Conner Montgomery and Houston Svoboda (47.3).

The girls, meanwhile, finished third with 53 points, behind Sedgwick (122) and Fairfield (75).

The Cougars were aided by five second-place finishes: Cacey Simons in high jump (4 feet, 8 inches), Cassidy Hill in discus (86-7) and javelin (87), Brenna Shields the long jump (14-71?4), and the 4×100 team of Simons, Abigail Svoboda, Anna Weber and Shields (56.6).

The Cougars were scheduled to compete at the Marion CKTL meet Tuesday, then will compete at the Herington Invitational May 3.

Peabody-Burns?The Warriors competed at the Haven CKTL meet Tuesday.

The boys placed second among five teams with 79 points. Lucas Larsen led the way with two first-place finishes: discus (132 feet even) and shot put (40-3).

?It was a great team meet as the boys scored points in nearly every event,? coach Brian Lightner said.

The girls claimed fourth place with 13 points. Leading the way was the 4×800 team of Brandee Burnett, Karolina Ganko, Carlee Wentworth and Kenzie Young, with a second-place finish (13:02.0).

?Nine personal records were set, and the girls continue to improve in their events,? Lightner said.











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