Vikings open 2017 track season at Chadron Indoor


CHADRON – They’re off and running in the Guernsey-Sunrise 2017 spring track season.  
The Vikings attended the annual Chadron Indoor Invitational this past weekend in Chadron, NE.  

Team points were not kept. 

In results for the girls team members, Elana Heer, finished fourth in the 200 Meter Dash in a time of 28.99, the highest individual placement for the Vikings in the meet.

She also placed sixth in the 55 Meter Dash with a time of 8.04 and eighth in the 400 Meter Dash, clocking a 1:08.21.  

Whitney Martin finished seventh in the 400 Meter Dash with a time of 1:07.72.  

Bailey Martin was the remaining member for the girls who picked up an individual medal as she took sixth in the Discus, marking 32’1”.  

Other members who competed but did not place include:
Blake Rose: 55 Meter Dash ( 8.60); 200 Meter Dash (30.71)
Sierra Ballou: 800 Meter Run (3:14.17); Triple Jump (28’7”)
Whitney Martin: Long Jump (12’9”); Shot Put 26’0”)
Elana Heer: Triple Jump (14’7”)
Bailey Martin: Shot Put (32’1”)

For the Viking boys, Dylan Rose finished sixth in the 200 Meter Dash with a time of 25.37 and teammate Austin Albrecht was right behind in seventh place with a time of 25.47.  

The boys’ only other placement was a sixth place finish in the 4x100 Meter Dash with a time of 1:33.0. Members included Austin Albrecht, Dylan Rose, Garret Oneyear and Dale Mote.  

Other results for boys’ team members that competed but did not place included:  
Dylan Rose: 55 Meter Dash (7.32); Long Jump (17’3”)
Kane Morgan: 55 Meter Dash (7.94) Long Jump (16’10”)
Xavier Smith: 55 Meter Dash (8.50)
Austin Albrecht: 400 Meter Dash (58.39)
Brandon : 800 Meter Run (2:45.12)
Tate Stoneking: 1600 Meter Run 6:13.40); High Jump (5’0”); Triple Jump (31’11”)
Garret Oneyear: 55 Meter Hurdles (9.83); Long Jump (17’0”); Triple Jump (35’4”)
Dale Mote: Shot Put (35’9”)

Up next for the Vikings is a meet this Saturday as they attend the Morrill, NE Early Bird Invitational. Events begin at 9 a.m.


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