The SEWAC Track Meet in Pine Bluffs was full of enthusiasm even with some very gusty conditions. On the boy's side in the sprint events, Ryan Clapper of Southeast had a good day at the office with wins in the 100 and 200-meter dashes. He took the 100 in 10.25 and the 200 in 22.94 which was a personal record. Lingle's Kyland Fuller ran 52.44 to win the 400 meters. Carson Rabou of Pine Bluffs won both of the hurdle events, clocking in at 18.08 in the 110 for PR and setting another PR in the 300 with a time of 45.06. In the distance races, Lingle freshman Myles Wilson won the 1600 meters in 5.11.69 which was a PR, and won the 3200 in 11.27.26.

In the boy's relays, Southeast win the 4x100, Lingle took the 4x400, with Glenrock winning the 4x800 and the 1600 Medley. In the throwing events, Jasper Caldera of Lusk won both the shot and discus, throwing 51-3 in the shot and 150-5 in the discus which was a personal record. In the jumping events, Cooper Hill of Lingle won the long jump with a leap of 19-11.5 with Glenrock's Cody Piasecki placing first in the triple jump with a PR of 39-11.5. The high jump winner was Reed Thompson of Pine Bluffs as he cleared an astounding 5-7. Aric Eaton of Lusk went 11 feet even to win the pole vault.
Glenrock won the team title at the SEWAC meet with 154.5 points, Lingle-Fort Laramie was 2nd with 125, and Pine Bluffs 3rd with 91

On the girl's side, Jordan Stoddard of Southeast continues to excel at the high school level as she won the 100 and the 200-meter dashes. Stoddard clocked in at 12.82 in the 100 and 26.84 in the 200. Glenrock went 1-2-3 in the 400 led by McKenzi Partridge in 1.10.05 which was a personal record. Emma Walker of Lingle swept the hurdle races with a personal record time of 17.46 in the 100 and 52.87 in the 300. In the longer races, Lingle freshman Natalie Speckner won all three, 2.38.65 in the 800, 6.10.16 in the 1600 meter run, and 14.24.09 in the 3200.

In the relays, Pine Bluffs won the 4x100, Glenrock the 4x400, and the 4x800 with Lingle taking the 1600 medley.

Over the field events, Jordan Stoddard of Southeast won two more events. She jumped 17-4.75 to take the long jump and 5-2 to win the high jump. Tyler Stoddard of Southeast went 30-5 to win the triple jump with Summer Schumacher of Glenrock clearing 8 feet to win the pole vault. In the weight events, Shelby Ekwall from Southeast set a PR in the shot put with a toss of 39-0.5 and Bree Coxbill of Southeast threw 101 even to win the discus.

In the girl's team standings at the SEWAC event, Glenrock took first by a wide margin with 211 points, Lusk 2nd with 92, and Southeast 3rd with 73. We have some of the get-together to share with you. Take a look!

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