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Junior high squads hit the track April 22 brought five track teams to Northome to compete under beautiful sunny skies. Bigfork, Cass Lake Bena, Bagley-Fosston and Clearbrook-Gonvick all made the trip. The teams divided their athletes up into A an...

Junior high squads hit the track

April 22 brought five track teams to Northome to compete under beautiful sunny skies. Bigfork, Cass Lake Bena, Bagley-Fosston and Clearbrook-Gonvick all made the trip. The teams divided their athletes up into A and B divisions.

The Kelliher-Northome-Blackduck boys B team finished third as a team. Tyler Dobmeier lead the way with first place finishes in the 800 meter and high jump. Scott Pierson added a first in the discus, fourth in the shot put, and fifth in the high jump.

Caleb Schneider placed second in the 400 and third in the triple jump. Brandon Schmid placed in third the 1600 meter, fifth in the triple jump, and sixth in the discus. Butch Strand took second in the 1600 meter. Cyril Weidenborner added a sixth place in the shot put.

In the A division, Chester Powell lead the way with a first in the long jump, third in both the 100 meter and the 400 meter. Cody Graupmann add a second in the shot put and a fourth in the 400 meter.

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The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Strand, Schneider, Powell and Graupmann took second. The A team finished in third place as well.

On the girls side, the B team placed fourth overall. Kristen White lead the field events with a third in both the shot put and discus. Bailey Baumgartner added a second in the high jump. Baumgartner added a fifth in the 400 meter. Kayla Olson finished second in the 1600 meter. Cortney Kovall added a second in the 200 meter. Hattie Swang sprinted to a sixth place in the 100 meter.

Swang, Kami Imdieke, Baumgartner and Kovall teamed up to place fourth in the 4 x 200 meter relay.

The girls A squad finished the highest of the four Bulldog teams with a second place finish. Tonya Weidenborner started off with a first place finish in the 100 meter. The 4 x 100 team of T. Weidenborner, Kovall, Kaitlyn Leen and Daytona Knaeble also placed first. Roxie Kallroos ran to a second place finish in the 400 with Knaeble next for third. Olson ran to a second place finish in the 800 meter followed by Kallroos finishing in fourth. In the next event, Leen sprinted to 2nd in the 200 m. Knaeble also jumped to fourth place in the high jump. The 4 x 400 relay team of Knaeble, Olson, Kallroos and T. Weidenborner finished the day with a second place finish.

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