Hornets run away with first place in Kimball

 

March 29, 2018

Zach Spadt

Seth Tangeman completes the final stretch of the boys' 4X100 meter relay in Kimball, Neb. Saturday.

KIMBALL, Neb. ­- The Pine Bluffs Hornets dominated this weekend in Kimball to open this year's track and field season.

With only six teams in attendance, the Kimball meet typically serves as a confidence booster for the Hornets each year, said head coach Dustin Lee.

"It gives our young kids an opportunity to be successful or compete against kids at their own level," Lee said. "It helps ease them into things. We like it because it's a nice easy meet to get going."

Pine Bluffs beat out second-place Kimball's 134 points with 206 to win the event.

Seth Tangeman was dominant to open his yea...



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