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MCM's Pulse, Krouse win events at Dan Lennon

VERMILLION--Two McCook Central/Montrose girls won events at the Class B Dan Lennon indoor track and field meet on Tuesday at the DakotaDome in Vermillion.

Jocelyn Krouse of McCook Central/Montrose competes in the girls' triple jump at Tuesday's Dan Lennon Class B Invite at the DakotaDome in Vermillion. Krouse finished first in the event with a mark of 32-feet-9.5. (Jeremy Hoeck / Yankton Press and Dakotan)
Jocelyn Krouse of McCook Central/Montrose competes in the girls' triple jump at Tuesday's Dan Lennon Class B Invite at the DakotaDome in Vermillion. Krouse finished first in the event with a mark of 32-feet-9.5. (Jeremy Hoeck / Yankton Press and Dakotan)

VERMILLION-Two McCook Central/Montrose girls won events at the Class B Dan Lennon indoor track and field meet on Tuesday at the DakotaDome in Vermillion.

MCM's Jacy Pulse won the girls 400-meter dash with a time of 1 minute, 0.89 seconds, while Jocelyn Krouse won the triple jump with a leap of 32 feet, 9.5 inches and took second in the long jump (15-10.5).

Howard's Ellen Lewis took fifth in the 400 with a time of 1:06.48, whiler her teammate Madison Kizer took third in the high jump (5-02). Bon Homme's Rachel Sestak placed third in the pole vault with a mark of 7-06.

In the boys division, Burke/South Central's Kray Person won the 3,200 race with a time of 10:09.03, while Freeman Academy/Marion's Thaniel Schroeder finished fifth (10:39.02). Schroeder also took fifth in the 1,600 with a time of 4:57.14.

Bon Homme's Chase Kortan placed third in the long jump (19-09.75) and Colome's Matt Campbell won the shot put with a toss 49-08.25.

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