CANTON — The Dakota Valley women and Lennox boys claimed staff honors within the Region 4A observe and discipline meet, Thursday in Lennox.
The meet was a remaining alternative to qualify for state. The high 24 people or relay groups in every occasion will qualify for state, May 26-28 in Sioux Falls.
Dakota Valley beat out Canton 141.5 to 133 for the ladies’ title. Elk Point-Jefferson (112.5) was third, adopted by Parker (102) and Tea Area (85).
Dakota Valley received 4 occasions, together with a distance sweep from Sophia Redler within the 1600 (5:34.35) and 3200 (12:50.88). Sophia Atchison received the pole vault (10-6) and Silja Gunderson received the 300 hurdles (47.93) for the Panthers.
Canton received 5 occasions, with Fallan Lundstrom claiming the 100 hurdles (16.07) and the javelin (111-5). Natylie Myers received the sot put (37-2), Carlee Laubach received the discus (123-9) and Jaryn Warejcka received the lengthy bounce (16-1) for the C-Hawks.
Mount Marty recruit Lexi Even had a hand in 4 victories for Parker. She received the 100 (12.87) and 200 (26.11), and anchored the Pheasants to victory within the 400 (50.44) and 800 (1:48.19) relays. Braelyn Berens, Janae Olson and Anna Reiffenberger ran the opposite three legs of each successful relays.
Vermillion received a pair of relays, the 3200 (10:11.57) and medley (4:27.30). Lydia Anderson, Callie Radigan, Jenaya Cleveland and Taeli Barta received the 3200 relay, whereas Kelcy Orr, Grace Chaussee, Barta and Cleveland ran the medley.
Elk Point-Jefferson’s Natalie Heuertz received the triple bounce (31-7). Beresford’s Jade Rhody received the excessive bounce (5-2).
Lennox received three occasions. Alicia Ruud received the 400 (1:01.43), Emily Plucker received the 800 (2:22.97) and the 2 teamed with Karlie Bosma and Dani Highum to win the 1600 relay (4:15.94).
The Lennox boys received eight occasions on the best way to a 165.5 to 125 victory over Dakota Valley within the staff standings. Tea Area and Elk Point-Jefferson tied for third at 104 factors. Beresford (93) was fifth.
For the victorious Orioles, Steven Christion received the 200 (23.56) and 400 (51.51), and anchored his squad to victory within the 800 relay (1:33.62). Ethan Larson, Braeden Wulf and Cohen Metcalf accomplished the relay.
Sam Swanson received the 1600 (4:43.05) and anchored Lennox to victory within the medley relay (3:48.36). Wulf, Metcalf and Larson accomplished the relay.
Also for Lennox, Cody Peterson swept the shot put (46-10) and discus (149-5). Layne Kuper received the 110 hurdles (16.18).
Dakota Valley received two occasions, Trae Piel within the 100 (11.90) and Blake Schmiedt within the 3200 (10:48.68). For Beresford, Andrew Atwood received the 800 (2:03.16) and Max Orr received the 300 hurdles (42.09). Parker’s Jaivyn DeBoer received the lengthy bounce (20-9 1/2) and triple bounce (42-0). Elk Point-Jefferson’s Benjamin Swatek received the javelin (158-9).
Vermillion received the 3200 relay, with Hari Kadarkaraisamy, Henry Anderson, John Fleming and Jack Freeburg ending in 8:30.27. Ty Hertz claimed the pole vault title for the Tanagers, clearing 12-0.
Tea Area’s Ethan McKnelly received the excessive bounce (6-0) and joined Nathan Babb, Eric Munson and Ryan Del Monaco in successful the 1600 relay (3:33.44). Canton’s foursome of Payton Eben, Tate Aasheim, Braydon Oakland and Canaan McCracken received the 400 relay in 46.23.