Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Tiger Girls Second in Districts; Boys Fifth

Worth County’s girls were runner-ups in districts Saturday in West Platte, while the boys were fifth. For the girls, Mound City ran away with the title with 143.5 points. Worth County had 86, Rock Port 79, West Platte 78, Stanberry 61, Jefferson 55, King City 52, DeKalb 41, Tarkio 34.5, Stewartsville 24, South Holt 29, St. Joseph Christian 26, North/West Nodaway 10, Northeast Nodaway 6, Osborn 5, and Albany 1.

For the boys, South/Nodaway Holt won with 97 points. West Platte had 84, Stewartsville 81, St. Joseph Christian 74.5, Worth County 66, Mound City 62, North Andrew 62, East Atchison 52.5, King City 52.5, Stanberry 24.5, Platte Valley 17, Rock Port 15, Northeast Nodaway 14, Osborn 14, Union Star 12, Albany 11, and West Nodaway 2.

Payton Adwell was sixth in the 100 with a time of 13.84. She qualified to move on in the 200 by placing third with a time of 28.10.

Kristin New was sixth in the 3200 with a time of 14:06.45.

Anna Gladstone showed that her time of 15.23 in the 100 Hurdles at conference was no accident as she won it again with a time of 15.93. She beat out Hannah Wedlock (Mound City) and Megan Stevens (Rock Port), both of whom broke the 17 second barrier but could not catch Gladstone. Wedlock finished with a time of 16.79, while Megan Stevens had a time of 16.92. Anna Gladstone qualified in all four of her events in West Platte, which bodes well for Worth County’s chances at state.

Gladstone was beat out by Wedlock in the 300 Hurdles, but posted a personal best with a second place finish of 49.20.

Anna Gladstone’s closest call was in the High Jump, but she made it through with a jump of 4’10”, good enough for a tie for third. Liz Lyle was seventh with a jump of 4’8”.

Both of Worth County’s pole vaulters qualified. Regan Allee was second with a vault of 8’6”, while Jessi Badell posted a personal best and finished third with a vault of 8 feet.

Anna Gladstone beat out a crowded field in the Long Jump with a winning jump of 15’10”. Liz Lyle was fifth with a jump of 15’1½”.

Liz Lyle posted a personal best in the Triple Jump and moved on with a third place jump of 33 feet.
Merrideth Spiers qualified in both her events. She came close to a personal best and finished third in the Shot Put with a throw of 36’3”. She then finished second in the Discus with a throw of 112’3½”.

Payton Adwell was eighth in the Javelin with a throw of 95’6”.

For the boys, Bryant McCord was sixth in the 200 with a time of 25.19.

Daniel Craven was fifth in the 3200 with a time of 11:47.39.

Bryant McCord was fifth in the 110 Hurdles with a time of 17.22.

The 4x100 team of Tevin Cameron, Jaxon Anderson, Ryan McClellan, and Bryant McCord qualified and finished third with a time of 46.45. The 4x200 team of Tevin Cameron, Jaxon Anderson, Ryan McClellan, and Bryant McCord was sixth with a time of 1:39.43.

The Tigers placed two in the Pole Vault. Will Engel was sixth with a vault of 9’6”. Daniel Craven was eighth with a height of 9 feet.

The boys qualified two in the Long Jump. Tevin Cameron won with a time of 20 feet. Caleb Parman was fourth with a time of 19’6”.

Caleb Parman qualified in the Triple Jump and placed third with a jump of 40’3”.

The boys qualified two in the Shot Put. Mason Hawk set a personal best by five feet and placed third with a throw of 43’4¾”. Drake Kinsella was fourth with a throw of 43’1”.

Mason Hawk qualified in the Discus with a fourth place throw of 117’9”. Drake Kinsella was seventh with a throw of 113’7”.

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