Alta's Hinkeldey a double winner
One day after dominating the competition at the Northwest Conference meet, the Sioux Central girls track and field team did the same here Tuesday afternoon in winning the Alta Co-Ed Invitational.
The Lady Rebels finished with 159 points to 97 for Alta and 92 for Storm Lake-St. Mary's. Schaller-Crestland was fourth with 59 points while Aurelia was fifth with 58 and Pomeroy-Palmer sixth with 41 points.
In winning, Sioux Central took six individual first places and four firsts in the relay events.
Distance runner Robyn Daly was a double individual winner, taking firsts in the 1500 meters (5:55.91) and the 3000 meters (12 minutes, 42.20 seconds).
Sprinter Kayla Bright was first in the 100 meter dash in 13.09 seconds, a new meet record. Also, Alicia Erlandson was first in the 100 hurdles in 16.43 seconds (meet record) and Briana Scharn was first in the long jump (15-6.5).
During the meet, the Rebels set six new meet records and its 159 points was a new team record for points-scored.
Four relay teams took first places for Sioux Central. The shuttle hurdle relay team of Deb Christiansen, Tricia Hogrefe, Abbey Biedenfeld and Alicia Erlandson took first in 1:09.41 (new meet record), as did the distance medley relay of Leah Whittenburg, Nicole Scheiber, Rachel Henningson and Briana Scharn (4:36.74). That was also a new meet record.
Both sprint relay teams won, as the 4x100 team of Brooke Loving, Tricia Hogrefe, Whittenburg and Scheiber won with a new meet record time of 54.6 seconds. The 4x200 relay team of Erlandson, Whittenburg, Scheiber and Kayla Bright won with a new meet record time of 1:51.88.
Taking individual seconds were Bright in the 200 meter dash (27.28 seconds), Scharn in the 400 dash (1:03.08), and the 400 meter hurdles (1:08.89). Samantha Halverson took second in the discus with a toss of 98-10.
Taking individual third places for Sioux Central were Lani Powers in the 800 meters (2:39.44), Melanie Thompson in the 3000 meter run (13:19.01) and Biedenfeld in the 400 hurdles (1:15.52).
Two Rebel relay teams took second places, including the sprint medley relay team of Brooke Loving, Christiansen, Tricia Hogrefe and Rachel Henningson (2:04.08) and the 4x800 team of Powers, Nicole Lindquist, Jessica Rix and Shana Hamilton (11:05.91).
Goettsch took fourth in the shot (30-9.75) while Loving was fourth in the high jump (4-4). Loving was fourth in the 200 meter dash (28.52 seconds), and Rix fourth in the 1500 meters in 6:16.76.
*For Alta, Dee Hinkeldey was first in three events. She was first in the 400 meter hurdles (1:06.21), first in the 400 meters (59.18 seconds) and first in the 200 meters (26.57 seconds). Both those times were new meet records.
Freshman Jahde Hammer added a first in the 800 meters in 2:37.01 while the Cyclones' 4x800 relay team of Liza Lichtenberg, Megan Suhr, Katie Connolly and Hammer was first in 10:37.52.
Brianna Aube was second in two events, including the 3000 meters (13:00.52), and the 1500 meters (6:01.93). In the field events, Terra Miller was second in the shot put (31-10.25), while Connolly took second in the high jump (4-6). Trisha Miller was third in the shot with a toss of 31 feet.
Taking fourths for the Lady Cyclones were the shuttle hurdle relay team of Angie Brugman, Elissa Stevens, Hammer and Lichtenberg (1:15.04), Suhr in the 100 meter dash (5:13.44), and the distance medley relay team of Megan Suhr, Sarah Suhr, Ryherd and Connolly (5:13.44).
*St. Mary's was second in six relays, including the distance medley (4:48.33), the sprint medley relay (1:59.33), the 4x100 relay (56.43 seconds), the shuttle hurdle relay (1:10.88), the 4x200 relay (1:51.99) and the 4x400 relay (4:21.37).
Individually for the Panthers, Becky Lenhart took second in the 800 meters in 2:38.62, while Marisha Imming was third in the 100 low hurdles (17.09 seconds). Also, Abby Mohr was third in the 1500 meters (6:08.79), and fourth in the two mile run (13:29.01). Lindsay Clausen was fifth in the 100 meters in (13.81 seconds).
Lenhart was fourth in the 400 meters (1:08.51) and Colleen Smith fourth in the 100 hurdles (17.11 seconds). Kristen Vogel added a fifth in the 400 meter dash (1:09.21).
In the field events for St. Mary's, Abby Richardson was second in the long jump (15-3), while Clausen was fourth (14-9). Matty Richardson was fifth in the shot (29 feet), Jess Lussman fourth in the discus (96-11) and Kassie Drey sixth in the discus (83-4).
Aurelia was led by Kristine Munden, who took second in the 100 meter dash in 13.21 seconds. The Lady Bulldogs also took second in the 4x800 relay (10:43.29) and third in the shuttle hurdle relay (1:13.38).
Individually for Aurelia, Wendy Nelson took fourth in the 400 low hurdles (1:16.85) and Munden third in the discus (98-1). Also, Jill Cougill was fifth in the 3000 meters (15:10.43) and sixth in the 1500 meters (6:46.09). Cougill was sixth in the 200 meters (32.11 seconds) and Leah Fishman sixth in the 400 meters (1:09.76).
Schaller-Crestland was led by Jenna Malcom, who took first in the high jump with a leap of 4-8. Jill Wedeking added a third in the high jump (4-6) while Monica Bloyer was fifth in the discus (93-5.5).
The Wildcats won the 4x400 relay in 4:16.33) and the sprint medley relay (1:57.60). Individually, Andrea Cook was second in the 400 low hurdles (17 seconds) while Kelli Carstensen was third in the 400 meters (1:05.59).