Track: Lake City girls finish first, boys take third at own inviteThe Lake City girls track team took first place by a wide margin at its own invitational Thursday.
By: R-E Sports Staff, The Republican Eagle
The Lake City girls track team took first place by a wide margin at its own invitational Thursday.
The Tigers scored a 181 with Kenyon-Wanamingo coming in second place with a 59. Triton was third with a 50.
Lake City won three out of four relays, taking second in the 4x800.
Sophomore Shannon Ting won the girls 100-meter dash in 13.68 seconds and third in the 200 in 28.40 seconds. Junior Taylor Koller won the 400 in 1:04.42, ninth-grader Morgan Dammann was second in the 800 and ninth-grader Hannah Alitz placed first in the 1,600 with a time of 5 minutes, 48.37 seconds.
Sophomore Maddie Anderson was first in the 3,200 at 13:03.95, senior Kaylee Becker was second in the 300 hurdles at 52.42 seconds and ninth-grader Taylor Heitman won the girls high jump at 4 feet, 8 inches. Junior Kristine Novak took first place in the pole vault, sophomore Brandy White had a long jump of 15-3 for first and sophomore Kristin Getschmann won the shot put.
The Tigers are off until Thursday when they host another invitational.
Boys finish third at Lake City Invitational
The Lake City boys track and field team won three events Thursday at the Lake City Invitational and finished third out of five teams.
Senior Alex Schmidt won the 400-meter dash in 54.20 seconds for the Tigers, junior Nick Tynjala took first in the 800 and junior Carston Dammann won the 3,200 race in 10 minutes, 36.15 seconds.
“I’m very happy with the outcome of our team,” Lake City head coach Lukas Brott said. “We had a lot of personal records today.”
Sophomore Nick Sievers was third in the 3,200, sophomore Elijah Kroll took second in the high jump and Schmidt was second in the long jump.
The Tigers’ 4x200 relay team came in second at 1:43.94 behind Lewiston-Altura.