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BDS Competes At McCool Jct.

Last Monday, the Bruning-Davenport/Shickley Eagles Track team traveled to McCool Junction to participate in the 12-team McCool Junction Tom White Invite.  The girls team took the runner up spot while the boys finished in sixth place.
The girls team was paced by a 1-2-3 finish in the pole vault with Catherine Mick leading the way followed closely by Tristen Mosier and Courtney Kamler, respectively.  Catherine went on to win the 100-meter hurdles setting a New Stadium Record and tying a personal best time with a 14.9.  She established a new personal best in the 100-meter dash winning with a time of 12.5, and she won the 300-meter hurdles just missing her personal best with a time of 45.4...which is also a McCool Junction New Stadium Record.
Tristen also took home four medals on the day taking second in the 300-meter hurdles and fourth in the 100-meter hurdles and then teaming up with Mashaya Dierking, Sera Johnson and Jadyn Kleinschmidt to finish fifth in the 400-meter relay.  Mashaya ran to a personal best time of 13.5 and finished sixth in the 100-meter dash, while Jadyn also established a personal best by taking second in the triple jump with a leap of 31-9.75.
Sera came back to join up with Madison Elznic, Caitlin Mosier and Miranda Elznic to take sixth in the 1,600-meter relay.  Courtney took home another medal when she was joined by Brice Ardissono, Lexi Kadel and Morgan Lowrey to finish fifth in the 3,200-meter relay and Megan Grote completed the scoring by taking fifth in the high jump.
The boys took a pair of golds home when Hunter Krehnke ran to a personal best time of 15.8 seconds and won the 110-meter hurdles, while Thomas Mick went 14-0 and took first place in the pole vault.  Thomas later teamed up with Caden Norder, Kale Kleinschmidt and Brandon Anderson to finish sixth in the 400-meter relay.
Brandon took another medal by finishing second in the triple jump, as did Kale when he teamed up with Kendall Dickson, Stuart Rohr and Kale Smith to finish fourth in the 1,600-meter relay.  Earlier, Kale Smith had run to a fifth place finish in the 3,200-meter relay with teammates Kamron Dickson, Taylor Anderson and Jacob Swartzendruber.  Kamron finished with another medal by jumping to a fifth- place finish in the triple jump with a personal best of 36-7.  
Sam Christensen brought home a pair of medals by finishing fouth in both the 110-meter hurdles and in the high jump.  Chris Lichti had a personal best  leap of 11-6 to finish fifth in the pole vault to round out the boys scoring.
The Crossroads Conference Championships took place on Monday of this week in Osceola.  Results next week.