The Storm Lake boys track and field team rolled on here Friday afternoon, winning the Class A Division of the Pocahontas Relays.
The Tornadoes took first places in five individual events and also won the 4x100 relay, finishing with 164 points to 91 for Jefferson-Scranton. Spençer was a close third with 90 points, followed by Humboldt, Webster City and Algona.
"We had some strong individual performances, and our depth was a big factor," SLHS coach Jeff Brennan said Sunday evening. "Some of our sophomores and freshmen are helping score valuable points."
Senior Logan Masters and junior Alex Spielman were double individual winners.
Masters set a new personal and meet record in the 110 high hurdles, finishing in 14.66 seconds. He also won the 400 dash in 51.24, another personal record (PR).
Spielman won the long jump with a leap of 20 feet, and added a first in the 400 low hurdles in a PR time of 56.87.
The other individual first place came from Jesse Munger, who took top honors in the 1600 meters in 5:00.13. The 4x100 team of Lamthong Sounnarath, Spielman, Mark Brown and Derrick Randall was first in a meet record time of 44.41 seconds.
Adding seconds for the Tornadoes were Zach Manteufel in the high jump (5-feet, 8 inches), Spielman in the 110 high hurdles (15.02 seconds), Sounnarath in the 100 dash (11.50 seconds) and the 4x200 relay team of Nate Porsch, Brown, Tyson Brandt and Matt Ung (1 minute, 37.51 seconds).
The 4x400 team of Daniel Higgins, Luis Ramos, Brandt and Porsch added a second in 3:36.74.
Senior Tony Raveling was third in the shotput with a toss of 46-5.5 and fourth in the discus (130-1).
Adding third places were Chom Thammavongsa in the long jump (18-1), Higgins in the 400 meter dash (55.26 seconds), Courtney Goodchild in the 800 meters (2:07.47) and Derrick Randall in the 100 dash (11.50 seconds).
Ryan Lovstad took fourth in the 3200 meters in 11:16.11, while the medley relay team of Ramos, Ung, Peter Winterton and Munger was fourth in 3:51.30.
SL's Brendan Miller set a personal record in the discus, placing fifth with a toss of 128 feet. Also in the field events, Brady Randall took sixth in the shot put with a toss of 42-1.25, a PR.
Adam Sorbe was fifth in the 800 meters in 2:09.73. with Brady Randall taking sixth in the 400 low hurdles in 1:01.60.
The Tornadoes' 4x800 relay team of A.J. Croker, Kyle Richter, David Brady and Nate Tucker was sixth in 9:19.
The Tornado boys and girls will compete in the Cherokee Invitational Tuesday. On Thursday, they'll host the Storm Lake Invitational.