Peyton Fiedler is out in front in her preliminary run in the 100 meter hurdles. She went on to win the hurdle finals, and also took home three other medals in the low hurdles, pole vault and as part of the 400 meter relay team. (Johnson Publications photo)

Adelaide Maxwell gets off the blocks in the 100 meter prelims at Chase County’s home meet last week. She had a four gold medal day, winning the 100, 200 and ran as part of two relay teams. (Johnson Publications photo)

Standout performances lift Lady Longhorns to home meet win

    Brutal was how Coach Troy Hauxwell described the wind at last week’s Chase County Invite, but his girls’ track team turned in some standout performances anyway.

Kaley Hauxwell grinds through another lap en route to her fourth place finish in the 3200. Teammates Lindsey Mendenhall and Kayla Schilke put in some work, too, as they keep the pace. (Johnson Publications photo)

Madison Brown surged in the last 100 meters of the 1600 to capture first place over some strong competition at last week’s Sutherland meet. (Johnson Publications photo)

With dozen firsts, Chase County girls continue to dominate

    By more than 70 points, the Chase County girls took another high school meet championship last week as weather issues continue to plague the track season.

Dylan Dreiling competes neck-and-neck with Perkins County’s Evan Sestak. Dreiling went on to take the sixth place medal for Chase County, while Sestak earned silver. (Johnson Publications photo)

Scott Wheeler leads the pack in the 800, nearly to the finish, and won the gold medal in his first time in the race this season. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns win another one at rescheduled Sutherland meet

a day earlier to beat last week’s snowstorm, Coach Carl Zuege  said his Longhorn boys’ team continues to plod through a trying track season.


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