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TRACK & FIELD: Local squads fare well at Galena Relays, CHC boys claim team title

SoMo Sports staff reports

GALENA, Kan. — Athletes from College Heights Christian, McAuley Catholic, Thomas Jefferson and Seneca competed at the Galena Bulldog Relays on Thursday.

The meet was cut short due to Thursday night’s weather. There were nine events that were not completed.

College Heights’ boys won the team crown with 47 points, while Miami was second with 46 and Thomas Jefferson took third with 39 points.

The College Heights girls finished third in the standings with 42.2 points. The top two girls teams were Neodesha (58.5) and Frontenac (43). 



College Heights Christian’s boys 4×800 relay team of Zach Beaty, Steven Calandro, Ian Edwards and Jace Edwards took second. 

CHC’s Caleb Quade was the runner-up in the high jump, while Logan Decker took second in the long jump, Ethan Ukena placed second in the triple jump, Derek Bowman was fourth in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump, Colton McMillan finished fifth in the 3200 and Calandro was fifth in the 110 hurdles.

The CHC boys were fifth in the 4×100 relay.

For the College Heights girls, Jesi Bever won the 100 hurdles in 18.69 seconds, while Jayli Johnson was the runner-up in both the 100-meter dash and the 400, Maddy Colin placed third in the high jump and Marla Anderegg took third in the 1600.

The CHC girls finished fourth in the 4×100, with Bever, Colin, Amelia Hagale and Johnson competing.



Thomas Jefferson senior Kip Atteberry won two events, the 3200 in 10:42 and the 1600 in 4:54.

Also for the Cavaliers, Tyler Brouhard finished second in the 100-meter dash, Sheraz Anis took third in the 110 hurdles, Braden Honeywell-Lynch was fifth in the 1600 and Jay Ball placed fifth in the discus.

For the TJ girls, Avery Hocker was the runner-up in the triple jump, Macie Shifferd finished third in the 3200, Nico Carlson finished fourth in the high jump, and Lannah Grigg placed fifth in the discus.



McAuley’s boys finished fourth in the 4×800, with Michael Parrigon, Connor Taffner, Alex Bohachick and Joe Staton competing.

Also for the Warriors, Parrigon was fourth in the 1600, Trae Veer finished fourth in the 3200 and took fifth in the triple jump, Joe Staton was fifth in the pole vault and Jack Jones was fifth in the high jump.

For the McAuley girls, Kendall Ramsey finished second in two events, the 1600 and the 3200.



Seneca’s boys 4×100 relay team of Morgan Vaughn, Brodie Probert, Jackson Marrs and Blake Hurn finished second. Grant Landers was third in the triple jump and Hurn was fifth in the 100.

For the Seneca girls, Cambry Long won the triple jump (31-2.25) and Isabella Renfro took fourth in the shot put.



Diamond’s Zachary Roughton won the 110 hurdles in 16.86 seconds. 

For the Diamond girls, Aspen Daniel took fourth in the 100 hurdles.


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