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Berkeley Engelland, Reece Risseeuw win multiple events as Mount Vernon/Plankinton takes third at Dan Barker Relays

The Mount Vernon/Plankinton boys and girls track and field teams placed third at the Dan Barker Relays on Friday.

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MADISON -- The Mount Vernon/Plankinton boys and girls track and field teams placed third at the Dan Barker Relays on Friday.

The girls team accumulated 132 points, 11 behind first-place Madison and two behind second-place West Central. Colman-Egan was fourth with 126 points and Irene-Wakonda was fifth with 70. Mitchell Christian placed seventh with 13 points.

MVP’s Berkeley Engelland won the 400-meter dash in 1 minute, 1.25 seconds, edging teammate Emilee Fox by 0.43 seconds. Engelland’s time of 2 minutes, 28.46 seconds in the 800 also nipped Fox by 0.33 seconds. Fox was second in the high jump (4 feet, 9 inches), behind Colman-Egan’s Josie Mousel, who won with a leap of 5 feet, 1 inch.

Suri Schmidt won the 3,200 in 12 minutes, 24.51 seconds for the Titans.

On the boys side, the Titans totaled 126 points, 15 behind second-place Beresford, while Madison won with 202 points. West Central was fourth with 84 points and Irene-Wakonda was fifth with 72 points. Mitchell Christian was seventh with 29 points.

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MVP’s Reece Risseeuw swept the hurdles, winning the 110 hurdles in 16.92 seconds and the 300 in 43.42 seconds, nearly a second faster than the rest of the field.

Chris Mayer won the 1,600 in 4 minutes, 53.14 seconds, while Jordan Stoltz won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 4 inches.

Mitchell Christian’s sprint medley relay team of Reegan Nydam, Anders Enga, Nahum Anderberg and Nathanael Anderberg was second in 4 minutes, 5.20 seconds.

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