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St. Patís, South Loup win track invitationalTell North Platte what you think
 
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Anne O'Malley of St. Pat's wins the 1600 meters. O'Mally also took first in the 800 meters.
Photo by Joe Chitwood
Tanner Kosmicki of Hershey runs to first place in the 800 meters. Kosmicki took second in the 1600 meters.
Photo by Joe Chitwood
Kaley Stokey of Sutherland on her way to first place in the 300 meter hurdles.
Photo by Joe Chitwood
Eric Roe of Brady winning the boys 300 meter hurdles. Roe also won the 110 meter hurdles.

The Hershey-St. Patrick’s invitational was held in Hershey Saturday with 11 schools participating.

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North Platte St. Pat’s won the boys division with 107 team points, running away from second place finisher Paxton with 68 points.  

South Loup edged St. Pat’s girls, scoring 79 points to the Irish’s 78.5.

In individual events, Paxton led all boys’ teams in gold medals with four first place finishes. Anselmo-Merna led the girls division with five gold medals.

Two meet records were set in the boys competition.

St. Pat’s Drew McClellen set a new pole vault record with a vault of 13 ft. 7 in. The previous record was 13 ft.

Colter Glendy from South Loup ran the 200 meter dash in 22.8 to set a new record, beating the old meet record of 23.1 seconds.

For the girls, Tami Myers, Anselmo-Merna long jumper, set a new meet record of 16 feet, 6 3/4 inches, beating the old record by 3/4 inch.

During the meet, announcer Dustin Jorgenson read a memorial to long time Hershey track coach Greg Miller who passed away unexpectedly last fall.

Jorgenson noted that Miller would run across the field with a smile to congratulate kids who had scored a personal best, and that will never be forgotten.

Miller’s concern for each student and each athlete was well known to members of the school and community. Following the memorial, the teams joined in a moment of silence to honor him.

 

Boys team scores

1. NP St. Patrick's 107

2. Paxton 68

3. Brady 65.5

4. Mullen 65

5. Anselmo-Merna 60

6. Hershey 51

7. South Loup 41

8. Sutherland 32

9. Stapleton-McPherson Co. 18

10. Sandhills-Thedford 15.5

11. Maxwell 4

 

Girls team scores

1. South Loup 79

2. NP St. Patrick's 78.5

3. Anselmo-Merna 76

4. Mullen 69

5. Brady 66

6. Sutherland 43

7. Hershey 36

8. Stapleton-McPherson Co. 33

9. Maxwell 20.5


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 3/30/2014
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