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Track: Cannon Falls' Trost claims pair of victories at sub-section

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Zumbrota-Mazeppa and Cannon Falls both competed in the Section 1A sub-section 4 meet in Byron on Tuesday. The Cougar boys took fourth with 101 points, while the girls placed sixth with 78. For the Bombers, the girls placed third with 162 points while the boys were eighth with 59.5.

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Emi Trost had a pair of victories for the Bombers in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs with times of 2 minutes, 17.04 seconds and 5:00.44, respectively. Z-M's biggest lift came from sophomore Maddie Lindhart, who won the shot put (36-1.5) and discus (110-7).

For the boys, Z-M's Lucas Ziemba had a strong outing in the sprinting events, placing first in the 100 (11.38) and third in the 200 (23.88). Ziemba also had a first-place finish in the long jump with a leap of 20-9. Teammate Nathaniel Rauen got a 1A standard time in the 800 with a time of 2:05.79, while the Cougars' Sam Edwards took first in the high jump with a height of 5-10.

The Section 1A championship meet takes place at Paul Giel Field in Winona, with prelims on May 28 and the championship on May 30.

Section 1A sub-section 3

Competing at the Section 1A sub-section 3 meet at Lewiston-Altura High School Wednesday, the Lake City girls placed second with 139 points, while the boys took third with 90.

For the Tiger girls, Kristine Novak reached a height of 8 feet, 9 inches in the pole vault, which reached the Class 1A standard. Madi Green also hit the 1A standard in the high jump with a height of 4-11, good for second place. Lake City's 4x400 and 4x800-meter relay teams each took first place with times of 4 minutes, 18.34 seconds and 10:21.86, respectively.

For the boys, the Tigers' throwing duo of Colten Kruempel and Travis Ryan finished 1-2 in the discus with throws of 147-7 and 137-5, respectively. Kruempel also placed third in the shot put at 43-1. Shane Siewert hit the 1A standard in the pole vault with a height of 11-10.

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