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Spencer Boys Track Competes at Cherokee Tomahawk Relays

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Thursday April 10th

Spencer Boys Track

Cherokee

 

Team Results for 2014 Cherokee Tomahawk Boys Relays – Class 2A – Male

1

LeMars

118.00

2

Kingsly-P/Wood-C

98.00

3

Spirit Lake

95.00

4

Spencer

94.00

5

Estherville LC

65.00

6

OA-BCIG

34.00

7

MOC-Floyd Valley

30.00

8

Central Lyon

14.00

9

Cherokee- Wash

10.00

 

100M Dash

5

Ben Fox Spencer

11.92

   

200M Dash

3

Malik Rasch Spencer

24.36

5

Ryan Baugh Spencer

24.97

 

400M Dash

1

Reagan Wilson Spencer

54.38

 

800M Run

4

Nick Gross Spencer

2:09.13

 

110M Hurdles

3

Cody Mowery Spencer

16.15

4

Tyson Samsel Spencer

16.57

 

400M Hurdle

2

Cody Mowery Spencer

59.61

 

Long Jump

3

Malik Rasch Spencer

17-10.25

 

Shot Put

2

Chance Tatman Spencer

48-10.00

 

4X100M Relay

3

Spencer

46.19

Ben Fox Mason Bartley Malik Rasch John Greer

 

4X200M Relay

3

Spencer

1:35.93

Ben Fox Mason Bartley Malik Rasch John Greer

 

4X400M Relay

5

Spencer

3:46.25

Cody Mowery Matt Finnern John Greer Reagan Wilson

 

Shuttle Hurdle Relay

1

Spencer

1:00.93

Reagan Wilson Tyson Samsel Jacob Sandvig Cody Mowery

 

Distance Medley Relay

1

Spencer

3:45.82

Ben Fox Mason Bartley Reagan Wilson Ryan Bauermeister
 

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