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BDS, Timberwolves Compete At E-M Invite

The Bruning-Davenport Shickley girls continued on their fine run this spring by capturing the team title at the 2012 Exeter-Milligan Invite last Monday. The Eagle girls scored 150 points on April 16 to outpoint Giltner by 29 points. The host Timberwolves notched an even 100 points for third in the five-team invite, which took place at The Paul Underwood track and field facility in McCool Junction.

The E-M boys were third in the team standings at the meet, while the BDS boys were fifth.

The BDS girls were again paced by senior standouts Shelby Garland and Cynthia Mick.

Garland zipped to gold in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes in 12.94 seconds and 26.77 seconds, respectively. Garland also won the long jump on April 16 with a leap of 16-feet, .5-inches and placed second in the 400-meter dash (63.27 seconds).

Mick took first-place honors in the pole vault (10-4) and 100-meter hurdles (16.58 seconds) in McCool Junction. The senior also chased Garland home in the 100-meter dash (13.11 seconds) and placed second in the 300-meter hurdles (50.89).

The Timberwolf girls won three gold medals at the E-M Invite last week. Madison Horne won the triple jump on April 16 with an effort of 32-10.5. The Timberwolf girls also won both the 1,600-meter (4:37.30) and 3,200-meter relays (11:21) last Monday. The E-M girls' 400-meter relay team placed third.

Eagle Luke Christensen was the lone event champion from the BDS and E-M boys. The BDS junior won the 200-meter dash in a clocking of 24.24 seconds.

Additional Top 6 finishes for the E-M and BDS girls in McCool Junction included: Erica Yound, E-M, third, discus; Jaycie Hoins, BDS, third, discus, fourth, shot put; Logan Zeleny, E-M, third, discus; Brittany Beatham, E-M, sixth, shot put; Amber Pribyl, E-M, second, high jump; Kylie Briske, E-M, fourth, high jump; Alicia Bigelow, E-M, third, pole vault; Jill Schroeder, BDS, second, triple jump, third, long jump; Maitlyn Thomsen, E-M, fourth, long jump; Kristin Troyer, BDS, sixth, triple jump; Thomsen, fifth, 100-meter dash; Horne, sixth, 100-meter dash; Taylor Houck, BDS, third, 100-meter hurdles; Troyer, fourth, 100-meter hurdles; Jacki Luzum, E-M, fifth, 100-meter hurdles; A. Pribyl, third, 400-meter dash; Jennifer Pribyl, E-M, fourth, 400-meter dash; Schroeder, fifth, 400-meter dash; Taylor Erdkamp, E-M, sixth, 400-meter dash; Houck, fourth, 300-meter hurdles; Troyer, fifth, 300-meter hurdles; Thomsen, fourth, 200-meter dash; Horne, sixth, 200-meter dash; J. Pribyl, second, 800-meter run; Schroeder, fourth, 800-meter run; Kalli Schroeder, BDS, second, 1,600-meter run; Ashley Hinrichs, BDS, third, 3,200-meter run; and Johanna Kluck, BDS, fourth, 3,200-meter run.

The BDS girls took third place in the 1,600 and 3,200-meter relays and fourth place in the 400-meter relay.

Area Top 6 placings for the boys at the E-M Invite included: Nolan White, E-M, fifth, discus; Kendrick Holeman, BDS, sixth, discus; White, third, shot put; Nolan Schroeder, BDS, fourth, shot put; Derek Luzum, E-M, fourth, high jump; Nathan Bigelow, E-M, second, pole vault; Dusty Axline, E-M, third, pole vault; Alberto Gamboa, BDS, fifth, pole vault; Blake Stengel, BDS, sixth, pole vault; Kyle Jensen, E-M, second, long jump; Nathan Hendrickson, BDS, third, long jump; White, fourth, long jump; White, third, triple jump; Jensen, sixth, triple jump; Christensen, third, 100-meter dash; Robbie Androyna, E-M, sixth, 100-meter dash; Androyna, third, 200-meter dash; Jensen, fourth, 200-meter dash; Gamboa, sixth, 200-meter dash; Grant Norder, BDS, sixth, 300-meter hurdles; Quinten Loontjer, E-M, sixth, 400-meter hurdles; and Luzum, fourth, 800-meter run.

The BDS boys' relay teams finished second in the 400-meter relay; third in the 1,600-meter relay and fourth in the 3,200-meter relay. The E-M boys' relay teams finished fourth in the 400-meter relay; fourth in the 1,600-meter relay and second in the 3,200-meter relay on April 16.