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BDS At Henderson

On April 12, the BDS track team traveled to Henderson for the Heartland Invite. The boys scored 53 points and finished in fourth place while the girls scored 45 and finished fifth.

William Mick had an outstanding meet for the boys, including breaking the Class D State Record in the pole vault as he took first with a leap of 14-feet 4.5 inches. Later, he came back to break the school record in the 100 with a time of 11.4 seconds while taking second. He also took home second in the 200-meters and ran a leg on the 400 relay which finished fifth.

Derek Swartzendruber was the other gold medal winner for the boys as he took first in the high jump with a season's best leap of 6-1.

Jose Gamboa established a personal best while finishing second in the shot put with a toss of 43-2.5.

For the girls, Cynthia Mick competed well, bringing home the lone gold medal for her team when she set a meet record clearing 10-4 in the pole vault. She also took second in the 100 hurdles, and ran a leg on the 400 relay which finished fourth.

Other placers for the Eagles were Taylor Houck, third in the 300 hurdles; Jose Gamboa, fourth in the discus; Erika Schroeder, fourth in the 300 hurdles, fifth in the 1600, and sixth in the 100 hurdles; Luke Christensen, fifth in the 200 and sixth in the 100; Jill Schroeder, fifth in the 400 and in the triple jump; Taylor Kindelspire, fifth in the long jump; and Kalli Schroeder, sixth in the long jump.

The girls 400 relay of Anna Lichti, Taylor Houck, Taylor Kindelspire and Cynthia Mick took fourth.

The girls 1600 relay of Zoey Messman, Anna Lichti, Taylor Houck and Jill Schroeder was fifth.

The boys 400 relay of Jose Gamboa, Luke Christensen, Kendrick Holeman and William Mick took fifth.

The girls 3200 relay of Kalli Schroeder, Zoey Messman, Emily Folkerts and Ashley Hinrichs was sixth.