Dakota Relays notebook: Boys triple jump record shattered
SIOUX FALLS—The high school boys triple jump featured some impressive marks on Friday night.
Before the finals began, the Dakota Relays record of 46-feet, 5 inches was topped with a mark of 47-4.5 by Rapid City Central's Sage Hagen.
Jumpers battled back and forth before Dane Allen, out of Bismarck, N.D., cleared 48-1.75 to win the event and shattering the old record. Chamberlain's Riggs Priebe took ninth with a leap of 42-10, while Mitchell's Miles Rolle finished 13th (42-4.75) and Andes Central/Dakota Christian's Daaron Tronvold finished 18th (41-09.5).
In the girls triple jump, McCook Central/Montrose's Jocelyn Krause took 18th with a leap of 33-09.50. Belle Fouche's Shayla Howell won the event with a 36-10.75.
Bismarck runner takes boys 800 special
Legacy High School's (Bismarck, N.D.) won the boys special event 800-meter dash with a time of 1 minute, 53.96 seconds, defeating seven-time Iowa medalist Gable Sieperda, out of Central Lyon High School in Rock Rapids, Iowa. Sieperda, an Iowa State commit, finished with a time of 1:54.59, while St. Thomas More's Ty Trainor took third with a time of 1:56.06.
Minneapolis standout wins girls special 200
In the second special event race, Minneapolis North (Minn.) standout T'Nia Riley won the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.38 seconds, edging Fargo Davies (N.D.) runner Rose Gaye (24.88). Harrisburg's Erin Kinney was third (25.17) and Belle Fourche's Howell took fourth (25.2).
Riley, a two-time Class A champion in Minnesota, broke a 20-year old record in the 100 as a sophomore with a time of 11.79.
Deubrook Area breaks Class B 4x800 meet record
Josie Olsen closed the final stretch for Deubrook Area as the Dolphins recorded the first high school record of the day at the 93rd Dakota Relays.
Olsen ran the final leg of the Class B girls 4x800-meter relay which the Dolphins finished with a time of 10:00.13 to break the Class B record of 10:01.37 set by Gayville-Volin in 2015.