The top two places in the 800 went to a pair of Chase County runners, senior Kadyn Milner, right, who won the race, and freshman Sophie Spady, who finished with the silver medal. (Johnson Publications photo)

Megan Engbrecht is over one of the 300 meter hurdles on the final curve, with teammate Macy Coleman not far behind. Engbrecht placed sixth for the Lady Longhorns, while Coleman was 10th. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorns pick up another championship at area meet

    Almost doubling the points of runner-up North Platte St. Pat’s, the Lady Longhorns won its second of two major track meets on Saturday.

Cody Williams was voted the Most Outstanding Male Athlete at last Saturday’s E. Lee Todd Memorial Meet hosted by Perkins County. Here he takes one of his attempts in the triple jump, one of the events in which he earned gold. He also won the long jump and placed in both hurdle events. (Johnson Publications photo)

Dakota Wallin led Chase County’s field of throwers with a second place throw in the shot and first place in the discus. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns edge Ogallala by two points to win Perkins Co. meet

    While the initial tallying put Ogallala at the top in team points at the Perkins Co. track meet in Grant, a refiguring gave the title to Chase County.

In their first run this season of the 1600 meter relay, Chase County just missed the gold by less than half a second last week in Ogallala. Juan Venegas gives it his all at the finish against Sidney’s anchor. (Johnson Publications photo)

Will Kuenne ran a personal best time of 4:46.34 to win the 1600 at Ogallala last week, improving his best by about 15 seconds. (Johnson Publications photo)

After 10 years, Longhorns back on top at Ogallala meet

Chase County discus, high jump marks among state leaders


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