Baldwin Track Club keeps busy
The Baldwin Track Club has been busy recently with a pair of meets. The club went to the AAU Region 8 meet July 5-8 in Columbia, Mo., and the Missouri Valley meet June 29-30 in Manhattan.
The top four finishers from the Region 8 meet qualified for the National AAU meet in Hampton Roads, Virg., July 30-Aug. 5. Results from that meet are as follows:
Girls results: Maurissa Shaffer, first, bantam triathlon, fifth, 200-meter dash, second, 400-meter dash, first, 800-meter run; Danielle McNaney, second, young women heptathlon, third, 100-meter hurdles, first, high jump; Allison Howard, fourth, sub bantam shot put; and Sarah Hinton, seventh, sub-midget high jump.
Boys results: Zach Towns, fifth, youth pentathlon; Brandon Tabor, no placing available, 15-16 decathlon, eighth, 800; Brian Wright, second, 800; Dakota Criqui, first, intermediate 1,500, first, intermediate, 3,000; and 4x400-meter relay team of Mark Samsel, Ryan Irvin, Levin Butler and Drew Morano, intermediate, first.
Those that qualified for that meet came from the Manhattan Mo-Valley Meet. Results are as follows:
Girls: Howard, third, shot put; Shaffer, third, 200, first, 400, first, 800; Claire Miles, third, 1,500, third, shot put; Hinton, third, high jump; 4x400 relay of Katie Sigvaldson, Hinton, Hannah Harris and Madison Shoemaker, fourth; Rachele Miles, fourth, 400; McNaney, first, 100 hurdles, first, high jump, third, long jump, and fourth, javelin.
Boys results: Wright, 800, first; Carson Barnes, first, 400, third, 200, third, long jump; 4x100 relay of Joshua Hanson, Kyle Pattrick, Mason Johnson and Isaac Twombly, fifth; Chase Abel, seventh, 100; Towns, third, 400; Morano, second, 100, 200 and 400; Ryan Irvin, first, 400; Tabor, third, 800, fifth, pole vault; 4x400 relay of Levi Butler, Tabor, Irvin and Morano, first; Criqui, first, 1,500 and 3,000; Matt Noonan, second, 1,500; and Eric Black, first, high jump, third, long jump, and fifth, 110 hurdles.
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