South Eugene Track & Field
Enrollment: Principal: Mike Johnson jingle-bells.info> Thus. Monroe Middle School Track and Field. RESULTS FOR THE DISTRICT TRACK MEET: Results without girls 8th grade girls discus and M boys 7th. Welcome to the home page for the Roosevelt Middle School track and field team. . Thursdays until the 4J Middle School District Meet on Thursday, May 10th.
As there are many factors that will determine the pace of the meet, a definitive ending time is hard to predict. A school bus will pick us up at 3: We encourage all athletes to stay until the end of the meet to support the rest of the team.
RMS Track – Roosevelt Middle School
We understand that there will be circumstances that prohibit this, but we ask for your understanding. Athletes may only leave the track meet with their parents or guardians. The parent or guardian must be present when the athlete is checking out with a coach. The meet begins at 4: Time of day will vary depending on number of heats and efficiency.
Final results from the Nebraska high school state track and field meet
It is very important athletes know the order of events and are prepared to report to the start of their race at least 5 minutes before it starts. Approximate starting times can be given and coaches will help as much as possible, but ultimately it is the responsibility of the athlete to be aware of the meet order of events.
Note the race that is prior to your race and stay near start area during that prior race to be in earshot of officials when called to start.
At dual meets-competitors take three attempts consecutively. Best throw is measured. Discus- All participants will use the 1 kilo rubber discus. At Duals- competitors take three consecutive attempts.
The best attempt is measured.Results: Midland Roundtable Top 10 track and field meet
Upon the conclusion of the meet, a school bus will be taking all remaining athletes back to Monroe. Monday - regular schedule at Monroe Tuesday - ALL runners sprints, distance, hurdlers, and relays will be running over to Sheldon for practice on a nice, regulation sized track. Athletes will be back at Monroe by 5: Wednesday - regular schedule at Monroe.
Thursday - Track meet at Churchill.
C, Mackenzie Koepke, Lincoln Lutheran, B, Katie Harnack, Blair, A, Jaidyn Garrett, Columbus, B, Madyson Johnstone, Sidney, C, Hallee Mann, Burwell, D, Hannah Preissler, Giltner, Lincoln High 81, Fremont 73, Lincoln Southwest Athletes to watch Alex Nelson, Elkhorn South: At districts, he ran the fastest electronically timed in state history Darius Luff, Lincoln High: Leads the state in the 3, and is second in the 1, Won Metro Conference titles in both.
Best race meters, Class B boys Projected team scoring: Athletes to watch Cameron Jurgens, Beatrice: Tijaih Davis, Boys Town: Has turned in the top Class B times in the and meters. The defending Class B champion in the 3, also leads the class in the 1, Husker track and field recruit is No. Best race relay, Sidney and Beatrice are separated by.
Crete and Boys Town could be shoulder-to-shoulder with them down the stretch. York could become the first Class B team, and fourth in any class, to win state titles in football, boys basketball and boys track in the same school year, Class C boys Projected team scoring: Cecilia 26, Sutton 25, David City Aquinas Athletes to watch Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic: Returning double gold medalist in the sprints could team with throws specialist Ethan Piper to lead the Knights to a repeat team title.
Phalen Sanford, Dundy County Stratton: A labrum injury keeps him from defending his pole vault title, but he could win class titles in the and both hurdles races. Dylan Kucera, Fremont Bergan: Even though the Wildcats have qualified only four athletes, Schmidt could score big in four events — two sprints and two jumps.
Best event Pole vault, 3: Burwell, inwas the last champion in Class C not to repeat or three-peat. Class D boys Projected team scoring: Athletes to watch Brent Wetovick, Fullerton: With Braiden Gomez not at full strength, the Wildcats need Kring, the D leader in the triple jump, to score well there and in the and long jump to be champions for the first time since Blake Ahlers, Boyd County: Best race relay, 11 a.
If Gomez is healthy for Axtell, the Wildcats and Giltner could be in a photo finish. No team champion has repeated in Class D since Bertrand in Class A girls Projected team scoring: Athletes to watch Lauren Harris, Omaha Marian: This freshman has the potential to win four all-class golds — the three sprints and the high jump.
Gabby McGinn, Millard West: The state leader in the 1, and 3, will give it a go in thein which she has the No. Caelyn Christiancy, Lincoln Southwest: Her hurdles time of With Daisy Maessner shelved by a hamstring injury, Scarlett must validate the state-leading time in the and move up in the Dariauna Lewis, Omaha North: Best race finals, 3: Knight is the returning champion.
Emily Sisson of Marian, inis the only girl to win all-class gold in the1, and 3, Class B girls Projected team scoring: Athletes to watch Madison Smith, Lexington: Not only the Class B leader in the but she took the state lead in the long jump with a in districts.