Pronghorns Track and Field Competes in Lyman Invitational

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The Wayne State College women's and men's outdoor track & field team will compete on Friday, March 30 at the Fort Hays State Classic in Hays, Kansas.

Washington won a total of five events on the day.

Other boys teams competing on Thursday in order of highest to lowest finish included: Peach County, Griffin, Warner Robins, Northside (Warner Robins), Perry, Jones County, Veterans and Americus-Sumter. "Gould earned a second-place finish in the high jump with a height of 5'6" and also contributed as part of the third-place distance medley relay team, 11:52.14. Cocalico's Austin Landers won the long jump, going 19-2.5, and the Eagles won the meet, 82-67.

Savannah Wells placed 6th in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 18.58 seconds.

Niklas Klums would take first place honors in the 55 meter high hurdles with his time of:08.50.

Junior Elizabeth Schwerdtfeger finished third in the 100-meter hurdles, sprinting a 17.68.

Ephrata's Elie Basenga opened his season with three individual wins and a second-place finish. Niomi Phillips '18 won the discus and javelin events with and placed third in the shot put. She ran a 12:00.11 in the 3,200-meter run, good for second and placed fourth in the 1,600-meter run, finishing in 5:45.75.

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The Rockets' girls track team finished third in Wednesday's quad-meet.

In the 110-meter hurdles, Miles Garrett had a time of 16.93 that landed him in fourth-place and in the 300-meter hurdles, he just missed picking up the sixth-place medal by 1/100th of a second with his time of 46.44. The other sister in the Miller long-distance duo, Aleah Miller, took third place in the 800-meter run in 2:29.74. Hollis' winning time of 2 minutes, 42 seconds was almost two seconds faster than that of second-place finisher, Leah Johns of Lamar County, who finished in 2 minutes, 44 seconds.

Preston Dew placed 6th in shot put with a distance of 36 feet and 11 inches.

"In the triple jump, Rodriguez placed fourth (32'-3 1/2"), Dietz finished in fifth (32'-2") and Priestly took sixth (31'-2 3/4").

Georgetown's 4×400 meter relay team (Galley, Tomlin, Strickland, and Ellis) placed third with a time of 3:53.

Georgetown's 4×800 meter relay team consisting of Aaron Teegarden, Tanner Ellis, Joshua Galley, and Finn Tomlin placed runner-up behind Bethel-Tate with a time of 9:20.53.