Area track roundup: Byers breaks 33-year-old SESD record
WAGNER — Chamberlain’s Ella Byers broke a 33-year-old Southeast South Dakota Conference meet record. The junior won the mile-run in 5-minutes and 18.96 seconds, which broke the meet record set in 1985.
Wagner’s Jaden Peters also broke the SESD meet record in the pole vault. The freshman won the event with a mark of 13-feet and 6-inches.
Chamberlain’s Riggs Priebe was a triple event winner. He claimed the long jump (21-4.75), triple jump (43-8) and 300 hurdles (41.21). He also finished second in the 110 hurdles (16.30).
Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Savannah Risseeuw won the 100 hurdles (15.73) and 300 hurdles (47.30). Chamberlain’s Mady Handel won both the shot put (36-3.50) and the discus (113-1).
Winner won the boys title with a 102 points, while Mount Vernon/Plankinton took second with 88. The Titan girls won with 112 points and Chamberlain took second with 106.Corsica-Stickney boys, Kimball/White Lake girls win at Fort Randall Conference
AVON — Corsica-Stickney won the boys team title and Kimball/White Lake claimed the girls title at the Fort Randall Conference meet on Tuesday in Avon.
The Jaguar boys racked up 139 points, while Burke/South Central took second with 114 and Bridgewater-Emery finished third with 84. In the girls competition, KWL had 100 points, Corsica-Stickney took second with 94 points and Avon finished third with 78 points.
Individually, Andes Central/Dakota Christian Daaron Tronvold won the 100-meter dash (11.66 seconds), 200 (23.72) and the triple jump (39-feet, 11-inches). Corsica-Stickney’s Jacob Joachim won both the shot put (44-10) and discus (153-09).
In girls events, Lauren Sees won the 200 (27.33) and long jump (16-4), while Tripp-Delmont/Armour won the 4x100 (52.59), 4x200 (1:51.16) and medley (4:32.48).JVC boys, Wolsey-Wessington girls win 281 Conference meet
HURON — The James Valley Christian boys and the Wolsey-Wessington girls won team titles at the 281 Conference track and field meet on Tuesday in Huron.
JVC finished with 196 points, while Sanborn Central/Woonsocket finished fifth with 61 points and Wessington Springs took sixth with 54 points. In the girls competition, Wolsey-Wessington had 228 points, while SCW had 103 points and Wessington Springs finished with 19 points.
Individually, SCW’s Spens Schlicht won the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 43.60 seconds and Sawyer Senska won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet, 8-inches. Wessington Springs won the medley relay (4:10.07).
In girls events, SCW’s Caycee Guinn won the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:04.44 and Trinity Boschee won the triple jump with a leap of 31-2.25. The Blackhawks won the medley relay (4:57.60).