Iola-Scandinavia’s girls’ and boys’ track teams placed first and second, respectively, April 8 at the Iola-Scandinavia Invitational.
The girls finished with 158 points, while the boys finished behind Bonduel with 92.
Firsts for the girls went to Leighten Fischer, 200-meter dash (28.26) and long jump (15 feet, 8 inches); Shelby Trzebiatowski, 800-meter run (2:37.4); Emily Sether, 1,600-meter run (5:50.2); Claire Bestul, discus (95 feet, 11 inches); the 800-meter relay team of Hunter Frye, Kali Finch, Morgan Frye and Micaela Jobke (2:06.61); and the 1,600-meter relay team of Tyisha Weed, Sether, Trzebiatowski and Fischer (4:26.21).
Firsts for the boys went to Dylan Robbins, 200- and 400-meter dash (24.4, 53.85); Kristian Welch, 100-meter dash (12.44); Tanner Krusa, 300-meter hurdles (47.41); and the 400-meter relay team of Giovani Fredheim, Justin Schumacher, Isaac Lashua and Seth Bauer (49.07).
Seconds went to Fischer, girls’ 100; Trzebiatowski, girls’ 1,600; Sether, girls’ 800; Sam Buss, girls’ discus; and Bestul, girls’ shot put.
Thirds went to Michelle Ellie, girls’ 100-meter hurdles; Anthony Gomez, boys’ 110-meter hurdles; Weed, girls’ 100 and long jump; Welch, boys’ 200; Adam Cherek, boys’ high jump; and the boys’ 1,600 relay team of Devin Paulson, Matt Matheny, Krusa and Robbins.
Fourths went to Megan Mazemke, girls’ 100 hurdles; Cole Frye, boys’ 110 hurdles; Welch, boys’ 400; Buss, girls’ shot put; and the girls’ 400 relay team of Buss, Bestul, Ezekiel Carper and McKenzie Widolff.
Fifths went to Ariana Garton, girls’ 1,600 and the boys’ 400 relay B team of Karl Boddy, Sam Jarosh, Nick Madson and Bryce Pennebecker.
Sixths went to Lashua, boys’ 100; Gomez, boys’ 300 hurdles; Morgan Frye, girls’ 200; Mazemke, girls’ triple jump; Schumacher, boys’ triple jump; and Madson, boys’ shot put.