Centura Athletes Compete in LouPlatte Conference Track Meet

Coach Geoff Cyboron reported that the Centurion track team had a challenging day as we faced the Lou-Platte Conference. The team saw a few personal bests and one new school record. The Centurions were able to get most of the field events finished before taking a 30-minute rain and hail delay. The farmers need the moisture,  so that was okay. Both boys and girls teams placed 4th by a very narrow margin. Coach reported, “I am very proud of every effort today.”

Here are your Conference Medaltists:

Girls Team:
Triple Jump- Elayna Holcomb 3rd place 31′-2.75″
High Jump- Emily Krolikowski Tie for 3rd place 4′-8″
Pole Vault- Brooklyn Hostetler 1st place 9’06”
Rylee Kosmicki 4th place 8′-06″
Long Jump- Sam Simdorn 2nd place 15′-01.75″
Rylee Kosmicki 6th place 14′-05.00″
4x800m Relay- (Garcia, Perez, Nitsch, States) 6th place  10:49.13
100m Hurdles- Sam Simdorn 5th place 16.93
100m- Brooklyn Hostetler 6th place 13.96
300m Hurdles- Sam Simdorn 3rd place 50.63
1600m- Caitlin States 2nd place 5:47.69
Sydney Perez 5th place 5:57.48
4x100m Relay- (Hostetler, Korinek, Simdorn, States) 3rd place 54.30
4x400m Relay- (Perez, Holcomb, Korinek, States) 6th place 4:49.33
Boys Team:
Discus- Austin Simmons 6th place 116′-08″
Pole Vault- Noah Wooden 1st place 14′-1″     (new school record)
Noah Bruggeman 2nd place 14′
Willy Packer 3rd place 13′-06″
Long Jump- Noah Wooden 1st place 21′-00.75″
Shot Put- Austin Simmons 5th place 44′-04.00″
4X800M Relay- (Ruhl, Arndt, Sokol, Perez) 4th place 9:24.13
200m- Dylan Hruby 6th place 24.35
4x100m Relay- (Simmons, Hruby, Bentley, Wooden) 2nd place 46.13
4x400m Relay- (Ruhl, Wooden, Perez, Packer) 3rd place 3:47.63

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