Newell-Fonda takes third, Sioux Central fourth in Twin Lakes boys track meet

Southeast Valley wins crown going away

Sioux Central’s Greg Peterson was a double-winner to highlight area teams in the Twin Lakes Conference boys track and field meet on Tuesday at Manson.

Southeast Valley won the team title with 152.5 points. Newell-Fonda was third with 82, Sioux Central fourth with 76, Alta-Aurelia ninth with 32 and Storm Lake St. Mary’s 12th with 2.

In the field events, Newell-Fonda’s Caden Vanden Bosch took fifth in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 6 inches.

Newell-Fonda’s Carter Sievers placed sixth in the long jump with a leap of 19-3. Alta-Aurelia’s Cade Ahnemann was eighth in 18-7.

Sioux Central’s Jacob Hargens finished fifth in the discus with a toss of 117-3. Sioux Central’s Dakota Deuschle was eighth in a distance of 108-2.

Newell-Fonda’s Caden Meyer placed fourth in the shot put with a throw of 40-6. Sioux Central’s Kadin Wood was sixth in 39-3.

Newell-Fonda finished second in the sprint medley relay with a time of 1 minute, 39.42 seconds. Sioux Central was third in 1:39.54 and Alta-Aurelia fourth in a time of 1:41.52.

Sioux Central’s Brayden Kramber placed fifth in the 3,200 meters with a time of 11:17.73. St. Mary’s Brett Petersen was seventh in 11:39.48 and Newell-Fonda’s Tyler Naughton eighth in a time of 11:43.61.

Sioux Central’s 4×800 relay tandem of Max Adams, Owen Wilkinson, Carter Boettcher and Ethan Mills finished first with a time of 8:41.06. Newell-Fonda was seventh in 9:38.81 and Alta-Aurelia eighth in 9:43.94.

Newell-Fonda took seventh in the shuttle hurdle relay with a time of 1:11.4.

Sioux Central’s Greg Peterson won the 100 meters with a clocking of 11.41 seconds.

Newell-Fonda’s distance medley relay unit of Wyatt Kreft, Trenton Struss, Jaron Vanderhoff and Bryan Brabec finished first with a time of 3:46.57. Alta-Aurelia was fourth in 4:06.25 and Sioux Central seventh in a time of 4:10.38.

Alta-Aurelia’s Parker Buckendahl placed third in the 400 meters with a time of 52.98 seconds. Adams was fifth in 54.66 seconds and Alta-Aurelia’s Preston McCoy seventh in a time of 55.83 seconds.

Newell-Fonda’s 4×200 relay unit of Mason Dicks, Ryan Greenfield, Sievers and Trey Jungers finished first with a time of 1:34.83. Sioux Central was sixth in 1:40.29 and Alta-Aurelia seventh in a time of 1:40.38.

Vanden Bosch took seventh in the 110 meter high hurdles in a clocking of 18.18 seconds.

Sioux Central’s Jacob Kueny won the 800 meters with a time of 2:02.74. Brabec was fourth in 2:07.96.

Struss placed fifth in the 200 meters with a time of 24.37 seconds.

Peterson won the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 56.36 seconds. Newell-Fonda’s Max Carlson was fourth in 1:01.52 and Alta-Aurelia’s Joe White seventh in a time of 1:03.37.

Brabec placed sixth in the 1,600 meters with a time of 5:04.82. Kramber was eighth in a time of 5:16.42.

Newell-Fonda finished second in the 4×100 relay with a clocking of 45.78 seconds. Alta-Aurelia was sixth in 47.57 seconds.

Newell-Fonda’s 4×400 relay team of Dicks, Sievers, Vanderhoff and Jungers finished first in a time of 3:34.36. Sioux Central was second in 3:35.5 and Alta-Aurelia fourth in a clocking of 3:43.26.

“Not exactly a nice, warm night at Manson, but the wind was down, which allowed us to achieve 15 season bests and two relay season bests,” Alta-Aurelia coach Wendell Larson said. “We had a couple of illnesses and injuries to some key runners that we had to overcome. Some guys stepped up and we were proud of how everyone competed.”

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