Burns boys place first at SEWAC, girls second


For someone coming off an injury, Paden Wilson made sure that he made up for lost time at practice by placing first in the 100m Dash, 400m Dash, and second in the 200m Dash. He also lead the first place team in the 4x400 Relay, which included Rowan Fichtner, Noah Taylor and Klayton Clark.

Coach Cole Manlove said of Wilson, “I'm happy to see Paden Wilson run again after a three-week hiatus.” The Burns boys finished first in the team standings, while the ladies finished second.

Also running in the 100m Dash was River Schroeder in eleventh place, and Kolby Humphrey in fourteenth.

In the 200m Dash, Noah Taylor ran to a fifth place finish, followed by teammate Jaz Singh in fifteenth. Chris Tyner finished tenth in the 400m Dash.

Rowan Fichtner was the lone Burns athlete to finish in the 800m Run, taking first place honors. Noah Taylor ran to a second place finish in the 1600m Run, and Tyler Morgan took first place in the 3200m Run.

Morgan also finished first in the 100m Hurdles, and second in the 300m Hurdles. Tyler Norris finished fourth in the 110m and ninth in the 300m, with Klayton Clark finishing third in the 300m Hurdles.

In the 4x100 Relay, the team of Fichtner, Taylor, Clark and Cole Jackson finished third. Tyler Norris, Tyler Morgan, Sam Sharpe and Jackson also finished third in the 4x800 Relay.

In field events Fichtner finished first in the Pole Vault, followed by Tyler Norris in sixth place. Chris Tyner and Kolby Humphrey finished tenth and eleventh in the Long Jump. Clark and Jackson finished second and fifth in the Triple Jump.

In the Shot Put Sharpe came in seventh, and Jackson eleventh. And finishing out the field events in the Discus Throw was Sharpe in eighth, Schroeder and Wyatt McWilliams in twelfth and thirteenth.

Coach Brooks Hoffman said, “The girls team got off to a great start with a win in the 3200m Relay. The team looked strong, and put up one of their better times this season. As the rest of the running events got started the Broncs excelled bringing in top places and competing well in the cool weather. The weather will be a challenge this week as we get geared up for the regional meet in Sheridan, but I feel the Broncs are up for the challenge.”

In the 4x800 Relay, the first place team consisted of Mati Mikesell, Celeste Morales, Kelsey Faircloth and Tamara McCart.

Also bring accolades to Burns with first place finishes were Ashley Turner in the 100m and 200m Dash; Celeste Morales in the 1600m and 3200m Run; and the team of Jessica Malm, Faircloth, Katie Norris and Turner in the 4x400 Relay.

Also placing in the 100m Dash was Mallory Ickes and Sarah Love in eighth and ninth places; Ickes again in the 200m Dash in seventh place, followed by teammate Hunter Keslar in tenth.

In the 400m Dash Malm, Faircloth and Jace Sharp finished third, fourth and sixth; and in the 800m Run it was Malm, McCart and Faircloth in second, fourth and fifth place.

Kristen Lounsbury finished fourth in the 1600m Run, while Mikesell and Emily Keiter finished second and third in the 3200m Run.

In hurdles, Katie Norris and Jordan Liley finished fourth and ninth in the 100m, and it was Norris, Liley and Destiny Ladd in the 300m, in sixth, tenth and eleventh places.

The Burns team of Malm, Sharp, Ickes and Turner finished third in the 4x100 Relay.

In field events Jace Sharp placed sixth in the Pole Vault and fifth in the High Jump; Ickes and Alex Roberts placed eighth and eleventh in the Long Jump; Mikesell, Liley and Ariana Cudney placed seventh, tenth and eleventh in the Triple Jump, Kelsie Brown, Liley, and Morgan Griess placed sixth, ninth and thirteenth in the Shot Put; and Griess, Brown and Cudney placed eighth, tenth and eleventh in the Discus Throw.


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