Chase County’s Adelaide Maxwell, center, and Kamrie Dillan, left, are en route to a first and second place finish in the 100 meter dash at last week’s opener in Grant. (Johnson Publications photo)

Allison Owings had an outstanding day at last week’s track opener, throwing a career best to win the discus with a toss of 119’10”. She also won the shot put event. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorns record some good times, marks early

    Class C’s returning state championship girls’ team kicked off its 2018 season last Thursday, turning in some good marks and times.

Kadin Vrbas, center, and Chase Rowley, right, ease up after crossing the 100 meter dash finish line in second and third place. Phalen Sanford of Dundy Co. Stratton edged Vrbas by .14 of a second to take first place. (Johnson Publications photo)

Jack Bauerle took both first place spots in the shot and discus, with several of his Longhorn teammates not far behind. Here, in the shot put, he recorded a 48’11” mark. (Johnson Publications photo)

Boys’ coach happy with track season start

    While there are areas on which the team needs to build, Chase County Coach Carl Zuege was happy with the Longhorn boys’ performances at their track opener.


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