Weller Invitational Track Meet Winners Determined

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KADOKA, S.D. – A number of teams attended the Harry Weller Invitational Track and Field meet Tuesday in Kadoka.  Winners included in the field events, Logan Ammons of Kadoka and Rachel Astleford of White River in the Discus.  Shot Put winners were Skylar Miller of Jones County and Hannah Morgans of Rapid City Christian.  Tyler Peterson of Wall and Gusti Terkildson of Red Cloud were both double winners winning the Long Jump and Triple Jump.  Jhett Finkbeiner of New Underwood and Taylor Kratovil of Bennett County won the High Jump while the Pole Vault winners were Austin Pinney of Philip and Kari Kilby of Faith.  On the track, Paul Guptil of Philip won the 110 meter hurdles while Brianna Philipsen of New Underwood took the 100 meter hurdles.  The 100 meter dash winners were Tanner Larvie of White River and Sadie O’Rourke of Bennett County.  Tobias Weddle of Todd County and Rachel Mayforth of Rapid City Christian were winners in the 1600 meters.  Korder Cropsey of Lyman and Brianna Philipsen of New Underwood were winners of the 400 meter dash.  Guptil was the winner in the 300 meter hurdles for his second win on the day while Phoenix Choal of Lyman won the girls hurdles race.  Weddle won his second race in taking the 800 meters and Mayforth did the same.  Chandlier Sudbeck of Kadoka won the 800 meters as did Keanna Rowland of Little Wound.  The 3200 meter run winners were Santana Red Feather of Red Cloud and Ellie Coyle of Philip.  In the relay races, Philip won the boys and Jones County the girls 4×400.  Philip also won the boys medley relay while Todd County won the girls.  Rapid City Christian won both the boys and girls 4×100 relays.  Lyman took the boys and New Underwood the girls 4×200 relays.  And Todd County took the boys 4×800 relay while Philip won the girls relay.

Harry Weller Invitational Reults April 15 2014

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