Sports

Pole vaulters Josie Peterson, right, and Peyton Fiedler congratulate each other on their first and second place finish in the pole vault at districts, which included a new school record for Peterson at 10’3”.
Their coaches Matt Jablonski, center, and Drew Ahlers look on. (Johnson Publications photo)

Another Chase County record fell in the 100 meter dash as Adelaide Maxwell, center, finishes second at districts and also earned a trip to state. Dundy Co. Stratton’s Aubrey Frederick, left, won the gold, while Mitchell’s Olivia Armstrong was third. (Johnson Publications photo)

Mallie McNair, left, edges Mitchell’s Jori Peters by less than half a step to win the 400 meter gold at the C-11 district meet. McNair’s time heading to Omaha is the second fastest of 24 runners. McNair also set a new school record in the 400, as well as the 800 that day. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County’s 400 meter relay team broke its own school record set last year and will head to state with the fastest district time. Team members pictured are Taylin McNair and Taylor Williams. (Johnson Publications photos)

Chase County’s 400 meter relay team broke its own school record set last year and will head to state with the fastest district time. Team members pictured are Adelaide Maxwell, Katelyn Wheeler. (Johnson Publications photos)

Dozen Lady Longhorns have shot to repeat state title

    Coach Troy Hauxwell said he asks himself, “I wonder when they are going to hit their limit?”

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