May 22, 2024

Regular Track Season Wraps Up With Panther Meet And Regions With Blue Jays Qualifying For State

Regular Track Season Wraps Up With Panther Meet And Regions With Blue Jays Qualifying For State

The Stanley Blue Jays track team wrapped up their regular season action with two meets on their schedule last week as athletes competed with their last chances to qualify for the State Tournament on the line.
On Monday, May 13, the Blue Jays were in Rugby for the Panther Booster meet. On the girls’ side, Rugby took home the team title with 200 points, followed by Bottineau with 93, New Rockford-Sheyenne with 58, Velva-Drake/Anamoose with 50 and Nedrose rounding out the top five with 48 points. Stanley was fifteenth with 13 team points. On the boys’ side, New Rockford-Sheyenne was first with 95.33 points, followed by Bottineau with 93.5, Harvey/Wells County with 82, and Southern McLean with 49.5 to round out the top five. Stanley was twelfth with 32.
The Blue Jays 4x800 girls’ relay team qualified for state at this meet with team members Harley DeTienne, Teigan Moe, Annie Roise and Lexi Neset.
On Friday, May 17, it was time for the Northwest Region Meet at Duane Carlson Stadium in Minot. The top three placers in each event advance to the State Tournament.
It was a successful meet for the Blue Jays with the boys’ team taking first place with a score of 130, followed by Kenmare-Bowbells with 80, Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis and Clark with 76 and Garrison rounding out the top five with 74.5. New Town was sixth with 66 and Parshall was sixteenth with 3.
On the girls’ side, Nedrose was first with 99 team points, followed by Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis and Clark with 92, Bishop Ryan with 85, Stanley with 74 and Williams County rounding out the top five with 60. Parshall was tenth with 27 and New Town was fourteenth with 10.
The Blue Jays qualified a number of team members for State. The following members will compete: Drake Schlosser in the 300 meter hurdles, 100 meter dash, 110 meter hurdles, and the 4x200 relay; Logan Longmuir in the 4x800 and 4x400 relays; Kolton Longmuir in the 4x800 and 4x400 relays; Logan Neset in the 4x800 relay; Cohen Bell in the pole vault; Kayden Uran in the 4x200 relay; Ethyn Jessen in the 200 meters, and the 4x200, 4x800 and 4x400 relays; Oscar Garcia in the 300 meter hurdles, and the 4x200 and 4x400 relays; Jack Hynek in the javelin; Zeke Wienbar in the 4x400 relay; Jevon Johnson in the 4x200 relay; Ben Hynek in the shot put; Lexi Neset in the 4x800 relay; Harley Detienne in the 3200m run and the 4x800 relay; Annie Roise in the 1600m run and the 4x800 relay; Teigan Moe in the 4x800 relay; Jessy Roise in the 4x800 relay and Italia Rodriguez in the 4x800 relay.
 

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