Competing Saturday at the Steve Herrman Invitational track meet at Herington, the Peabody-Burns boys’ team won the team title.
“Despite near freezing wind chills and rain, the guys competed well, and it is a great thing for Peabody-Burns High School to win a larger meet,” Coach Brian Lightner said. “Strong performances in the field events and hurdles provided a majority of the points for the Warriors.”
Seth Topham had two first-place finishes: 110-meter hurdles and the 300 intermediate hurdles. He had a second-place finish in high jump. Lucas Larsen also had two first-place finishes: discus and javelin. Nick Schrock finished first in the 3,200 long distance run.
The 4x800 relay team of Cody Partridge, Michael George, Schrock, and Corbin Rives finished second. Rives finished second in javelin.
The girls’ team finished seventh of nine teams. The top point-maker was the 4x800 relay team of Angelica Winsor, Brandee Burnett, Jenny Kimmeskamp, and Kenzie Young, with a second-place finish.
Two personal records were set:
Angelica Winsor in the 1,600-meter run and Karolina Ganko in long jump.
Nick Schrock: 1. 3,200, 12:27.5
Seth Topham: 1. 110 hurdles, 16.4; 1. 300 intermediate hurdles, 45.8; 2. High jump, 5-10.
Cody Partridge: 3. Long jump, 17-7.5; 4. High jump, 5-8.
Lucas Larsen: 1. Discus, 35-8; 1. Javelin, 148-11; 5. Shot put, 35-8.
Corbin Rives: 2. Javelin, 133-3.
Zach Preheim: 5. 300 intermediate hurdles, 50.1; 6. 110 hurdles, 18.4.
Jayden Miller; 7. Shot put, 35-0.
4x800 relay (Partridge, George, Schrock, and Rives) 2. 10:25.7.
4x400 relay (Rives, Preheim, Patrick Egan, and Topham): 3. 3:59.3.
4x800 relay (Angelica Winsor, Brandee Burnett, Jenny Kimmeskamp, and Kenzie Young) 2. 13:02.2.
4x100 relay (Karolina Ganko, Kimmeskamp, Young, and Burnett) 4. 1:04.2.
Ganko: 5, 100 hurdles, 22; 7. Long jump, 13-3.
Winsor: 5. 1,600m, 6:52.8.