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MUDECAS Track Results

The Bruning-Davenport/Shickley track team traveled to Pawnee City for the 2011 MUDECAS track meet on April 16. Both teams were hampered by some injuries and some early departures, but managed to compete well. The girls were third in the B division scoring 75 points and finishing just behind runner-up Pawnee City who finished with 81. The boys scored 51 points in the B division and finished fifth.

There were three gold medal performances on the day with the boys' team capturing first in the pole vault when William Mick broke the meet record by going 13-feet, 6-inches, and first in the high jump with Derek Swartzendruber going 6-0. The lone gold for the girls was Cynthia Mick's jump of 10-1 in the pole vault. Cynthia did bring home two silver medals finishing runner-up in both the 100-meter dash and the 300-meter hurdles. Jose Gamboa took second in the shot put with a personal best of 43-6 and Karson Novacek took second in the pole vault as well.

Others who placed were: Taylor Houck, third in the 300 hurdles and sixth in the 100 hurdles; Cynthia Mick, third in the 100 hurdles; Jill Schroeder, third in the triple jump; Jennifer Mick, fourth in the pole vault; Jose Gamboa, fourth in the discus; Luke Christensen, fifth in both the 100 and the 200; Kalli Schroeder, fifth in the long jump and the 1600; Taylor Kindelspire, fifth in the 200 and sixth in the long jump; Erika Schroeder, fifth in the 400; Zoey Messman, sixth in the 200; Girls 400-meter relay team of Zoey Messman, Taylor Houck, Taylor Kindelspire, Ashley Hinrichs, third; girls 1600-meter relay team of Jill Schroeder, Zoey Messman, Taylor Houck, Christy Swartzendruber fourth; girls 3200-meter relay team of Erika Schroeder, Jill Schroeder, Kalli Schroeder and Christy Swartzendruber third; boys 400-meter relay of Jose Gamboa, Luke Christensen, Kendrick Holeman and Ryan Tegtmeier, fourth; and boys 3200-meter relay of Wyatt Schoenholz, Omar Geines, Trevor Krehnke and Regan Ahrens, sixth.