NEW RICHMOND — In their only meet of the week, the Elk Mound girls finished third of six teams while the boys were fifth of seven teams at the New Richmond Open Friday, April 24. The top seven individuals and the top five relay teams scored team points in the meet.
The girls were led with first place finishes by the 4 X 800 relay and Elly Friberg in the high jump (5-00) and Friberg added a second in the 100 m dash (13.52). Elizabeth Fasbender claimed seconds in the 1600 m run (5:59.26) and the 3200 m run (13.24.86) along with Kaitlyn Baier in the pole vault (6-00) and both the 4 X 200 relay (1:56.09) and the 4 X 100 relay (54.58).
Moriah Mauer placed fourth in the long jump (13-05.75) and was also tenth in the triple jump (28-09), and Taylor Deling was fourth in the shot put (30-08.50) as was the 4 X 800 relay (13:28,17).In fifth place were Allie Weber in the 400 m dash (1:05.89), Fasbender in the 800 m run (2:42.67), Deling in the discus (75-05) and the 4 X 400 relay (5:04.99). Sarah Sweeney was sixth in the pole vault (6-00) and Hannah Cedarblade was seventh in both hurdle events, the 100 m (18.69) and the 300 m (56.57) along with Callie Nyren in the long jump (13-04.50).
Kourtney Zurbuchen was eighth in the 100 m dash (14.18) as was McKenna McVey in the 200 m dash (29.22).
For the boys, Jonah Bauer got back on track, winning the 100 m dash (10.94) and was second in the 200 m dash (23.00) while Chandler Schreiber was also second in the pole vault (10-06). Jake Johnson earned a third in the 110 hurdles (18.63) as did the 4 X 100 relay (46.66) while Noah Zurbuchen was fourth in the 100 m dash (11.53) along with Aaron Maves in the discus (111-09) and the 4 X 800 relay (10:30.34). Caleb Kruger placed fifth in the 3200 m run (11:31.78) along with the 4 X 200 relay (1:41.52) and Johnson was sixth in the 300 m hurdles (47.14) along with Bauer in the long jump (18-01.25). Tyler Brantner claimed a seventh place in the high jump (5-02) as did the 4 X 400 relay (4:00.99). Close to scoring team points with eighth place finishes were Teegan Peterson in the 110 m hurdles (19.17), Lucas Winter in the 3200 m run (11:56.86) and George Friberg in the pole vault (9-00).