Lady Governor Track Team finishes 6th while Governors finish in Middle of the Pack

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RAPID CITY, S.D. – The Pierre Lady Governor Track and Field team scored 58 points to finished 6th in the team standings of the South Dakota High School Track and Field Class AA State track meet that wrapped up Saturday in Rapid City. Rapid City Central scored 119 points to outdistance runner up Rapid City Stevens who finished with 110. The Lady Governors were led by Rachel Propst who won the 3200 and 1600 meter run run Friday in Sturgis and Saturday in Rapid City. Propst won the 1600 meter in a time of 5:15.47. Courtney Dowling, and 8th grader had a 6th place finish in the 100 meter dash. She had a 3rd place finish in the 200 meter dash while Tory Snyder finished 8th. Dowling had a 5th place finish in the 400 meter dash while Eileen Leong finished 6th. The Lady Govs had a 7th place finish in the 4×100 relay and 4×400 meter relays. Sydney Palmer finished 3rd for the Lady Govs in the Shot Put and 7th in the Discus and Geena Burley had a 5th place finish in the High Jump for the other Lady Gov Place winner. The Governor boys had a 26.666 score behind State Champion Sioux Falls Washington which scored 113 points. Sophomore Shay Reinke had a 7th place finish Saturday in the 100 meter hurdles. Joe Snyder had a 3rd place finish in the Triple Jump and finished 8th in the 200 meter dash for the Governors. In the relays, the Governors finished 7th in the 4×200 meter relay. The Governors had a 8th place fnish in the 4×400 relay. Conner Berg had a 3rd place finish in the High Jump while Riley Sears was in a 4 way tie for 8th. Berg also finsihed 7th in the Long Jump. Austin Lemiuex was an 8th place finisher in the Pole Vault while Kyle Anderson had a 3rd place finish on Friday in the Shot Put and Joe Snyder placed in his third event with a 3rd place finish in the Triple Jump.


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