The Tabor College track and field team competed at the KT?Woodman Classic Friday and Saturday.
The Tabor men turned in nine top-10 finishes.
Jonathan Gibson won the javelin throw with a distance of 150 feet, 10 inches.
Shawn Johnston was third in the shot put (40-23?4); while Johnny Loera was fifth in that event (39-10).
Caleb Neufeld finished fifth in the discus (123-9); while Avery Franz was seventh in the long jump (20-53?4).
The men?s 4×400 relay placed seventh (3:26.12); Matt Richert was eighth in the shot put (36-31?2); and Daniel Quiring placed eighth in the discus (116-5) and 10th in the hammer (137).
Coach Dave Kroeker said Quiring set personal records in the shot put, discus and hammer.
Also highlighting the men?s performance, Caleb Blue and Keith Francis both finished the 400 in less than 50 seconds. Blue was 16th in 49.49, while Francis was 21st in 49.78.
Meanwhile, for the women, Ashton Kroeker won the triple jump (35-6).
Hannah Holmes placed eighth in the 10,000 with a time of 38:55.91, which broke Tabor?s school record by 56 seconds.
Coming?Tabor will host an invitational meet Saturday. Events are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.