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Mick Outstanding Female Peformer At Mustang Invite

On Wednesday, April 8, the Bruning-Davenport/Shickley track team went back to Friend to participate in the 11-team Meridian Mustang Invitational.  The girls scored 70 points and ended up in third place, while the boys scored 30 and finished in seventh.
The girls were led by Catherine Mick's four-gold medal performance.  Catherine won the pole vault with a leap of 10-feet, 6-inches.  She won both the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles where she finished in 16.3 seconds and 48.1 seconds, respectively.  She topped off her day with a 63.3-second effort in the 400-meter run and her final first-place finish.  For her performance, Mick was named the meet's Outstanding Female Performer.
Tristen Mosier was a strong contributor to the girls’ team as she also completed her day with four medals.  She had a personal best leap in the pole vault of 10-0 to finish runner up to Catherine.  She also captured a fourth-place medal in the 300 hurdles, a fifth-place medal in the 100 hurdles and teamed up with Courtney Kamler, Brice Ardissono, and Kristin Troyer to take fifth in the 1,600-meter relay as well.
Kristin took fifth in the long jump with a personal best of 14-2.5 and was joined by McKenna Schardt, Faith Stengel and Mashaya Dierking in the 400-meter relay where they finished fourth.  Courtney added a fourth-place finish in the pole vault to her day as well.  Brice was joined by Haley Pena Lopez, Johanna Kluck and Madison Yantzie to finish sixth in the 3,200-meter relay, while Megan Grote wrapped up the scoring with a fourth-place finish in the high jump.
The boys were paced by T.J. Krupicka's third-place finish in the 400-meter run, as well as the third place 1,600-meter relay finish where T.J. was joined by Kendall Dixon, Cody Garland and Chris Rohr.  The hurdles were strong as Sam Christensen and Grant Norder took fourth in the 110-meter hurdles and fifth in the 300-meter hurdles respectively.  Hunter Krehnke turned in two personal bests as he took fourth in the 300s with a time of 44 seconds and fifth in the 110s with a time of 17.1.  
Chris also led the 3,200-meter relay team which included Charlie Martin, Kale Smith, and Brett Holtzen to a fourth- place, while Charlie picked up a sixth-place medal in the open 800-meter run as well.  Taylor Anderson took fifth in the high jump with a personal best leap of 5-6 and Brandon Anderson also had a Personal best leap in the triple jump where he went 37-7.5 to take sixth place.  Blake Stengel finished off the boys scoring with a sixth-place medal in the pole vault.