Prairie du Chien track team competes at Richland Center

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On a beautiful evening, the temperature at 81 degrees, the girls laced up their spikes and hit the track running. The will to win means nothing if you haven’t the will to prepare as Meg Katzung picked up 1st place wins in the 3200m (PR-13:32) and Pole Vault (8’0”) on the evening. Once they say set, I’m in beast mode as Madi Fisher pounded out PR’s in the 100m (3rd place), 200m (4th place), and 400m (5th place). My fastest time? I haven’t run it yet as Teagan Radloff hit PR’s in the Triple Jump with a 1st place (32’3.75) and 400m with a 2nd place (1:04.70) on the night. Running through life chasing my dream as Shayla Straka picked up PR’s in the Triple Jump with a 2nd Place (30’5.75”), and 7th in the Long Jump (13’10”). I hurdle the weak and pass the dead as Paige Schneider picked up 7th in the 100 Hurdles with a PR (20.92), 9th in the High Jump (4’0”) and 6th in the 300 Hurdles (59.73). I breathe in strength and breathe out weakness as Angell Meredith hit PR’s in 100m (15.21) and Long Jump (12’1”). Eat, Sleep, and Run as Kori Jaynes picked up 8th in the 100m (14.39) and Lejla Kamberi hit a PR in the 100m with (17.08) on the evening. The self is made, not given as Ava Hager picked up 7th in the 800m (3:10.70), hit a PR in the Triple Jump (5th place - 28’7.75”) and Ella Hager picked up 14th in the 1600m (6:51.77) run. Today I will do what others won’t so tomorrow I can do what others can’t as Long Jumpers Josie Kramer hit a PR (13’2.50”), Avery Thompson hit a PR (12’7”), and Lejla Kamberi hit a PR (9’6.75”). Makayla Gilberts and Tristin Gelo tied for 29th on the night in the Long Jump, Kate Olson hit a PR in the High Jump (9th place - 4’0”) and Eowyn Earle finished the night tied for 10th place in High Jump. Because throwing things in the air makes me smile as Nicole Rickleff picked up a PR in shot (29’4.50) for 2nd place and Clare Teynor finished in 7th place on the night at (26’5”). Eva Keene chipped in with 15th place at (20’5”). In Discus, Clare Teynor picked up 7th place (77’.05”) and Eva Keene picked up 13th (66’4”) on the night. In the relays of 4x100m (Doeseckle, Gelo, Gilbert, Meredith) picked up 6th place (1:05.42) and (Teynor, Kamberi, Keene, Rickleff) picked up 7th place (1:07.01). In the 4x200m (Doeseckle, Thompson, Gelo, Ohlert) picked up 4th place (2:10.70). In the 4x400m (Jaynes, Thompson, Kramer, S. Straka) picked up a big 2nd place finish (4:42.68). Finally, in the 4x800m (Olson, Jenks, Key, Earle) picked up 5th place with a (12:21.83). The girls finished in 4th place on the night.

As the night continued to be perfect for a Track meet, the boys laced up and took to the Track as well. If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you as Kurt Wall picked up PR’s in the 100m (12.08, 10th place), 200m (24.51, 3rd place), and Pole Vault (10’6”, 4th place). The sky is the limit as Ryan Wall picked up 3rd place in the Pole Vault (10’6”), 11th in the 200m (26.52), and 15th in the 400m (1:04.58). Obstacles become opportunities when you see them as hurdles as Jeremiah Avery picked up a PR in 110 High Hurdles (21.44)and 6th place along with a PR in the 200m (28.42) and 16th place. Tough runs don’t last, tough runners do as Brogan Brewer picked up PR’s in the 100m (13.94), 200m (29.56), and the Pole Vault (7’0”). Versatility isn’t my name, it’s my game as Luke Kramer pounded out a PR in the 1600m (5:46.95) and a PR in the Pole Vault (7’0”) on the night. There is magic in misery, just ask a distance runner as Bryce Priebe ran for PR’s in both the 800m (2:39.35) and the 1600m (5:53.38) on the evening. Throwers don’t have finish lines as Jayden Johnson picked up 7th place in shot (35’5.75) and 16th in Discus (79’9”), Max Schneider picked up 16th and a PR in Shot (30’2”), and Thomas O’Brien picked up 26th in the discus with a PR (52’8.50) on the night. In relay’s, the Throwers (Johnson, Schneider, Avery, O’Brien) picked up 6th place with a (55.31). The boys finished in 6th place.

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