Thursday, March 21, 2019

Exeter-Milligan performs well at first track of the season

Above– Maddie Luzum took second in pole vault for Exeter-Milligan.  She jumped a 6’6”

Below – Jaiden Papik helped the Exeter-Milligan girls bring home the top spot in the 4 x 800 relay.

Above – Briana Capek took second in discus with a 71’9” spinner.

Below – Peytan Brandt led teammate Jackson Beethe in the high hurdles and finished first and third in the contest.

6 – Kayla Geiger did well in her heat at the first track meet of the season in McCool Junction.

7 – Macy Due is all smiles for her heat of the 100 M dash.

Above – Casey Jindra burned up the track and the long jump pit.  He placed first in long jump with a jump of 17’6.25”, first in 100 and 200M races and second in the 400M.

Below – L-R Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves Jackson Beethe, Spencer Pribyl and Blake Steuben run their heat of the 100 M.  Pribyl finished second behind teammate Casey Jindra and Beethe finished sixth.

Above – Katherine White cleaned up for the Timberwolves on the girls side of the track meet.  She took first in the 100 and 200 M dash, 100 high hurdles and 300 hurdles.

Below – Spencer Pribyl finished third in the 800M race.

Above– Jaiden Papik hands off the baton to Kate Jansky in the 4 x 400M race.  The Exeter-Milligan girls won the event with a time of 4:50.97.

Below – Clint Oldehoeft hands off the baton to Braden Capek in the 4 x 400 race.  The boys finished fourth.

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