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Hornets News · Middle School Track vs Lincoln


Saline Middle School track had it’s 4th dual meet of the season on Monday May 5th against Lincoln. Traveling to Lincoln the Hornets had two close meets that had the boys winning 71-65 and the girls getting nudged out in a close one 61-65.
Everyone ran very well and as the season progresses we are seeing some nice time drops.
Here are a few of the athletes that stood out:
Boys:
Matt Sayre – Matt had an incredible meet, throwing 37′ 1″ in the shot put, good enough to win the event. He also participated in high jump for the first time this season clearing 5′ for second place.
Josh Cook – Running a gutsy 1600m Josh took 2nd place running a 5:29.  Continuing his speedy day he also ran a 2:28 split on the 4×800 relay.
Derek Leimohn  Running a 2:17 open 800, Derek took 1st place for the Hornets. Also running the 2nd leg of the winning 4×800 posting a 2:31 and finishing out his meet with a 3rd leg split of 63 on the 1st place 4×400.
Domenik Shehaj – Stepping up when his team needed him Domenik filled in on the 4×100 B relay splitting a 13.6. Good enough to keep that spot as his!  He also ran the open 100 in a 14.1.
Michael Engelhardt – Joining Domenik on the 4×100 B relay Michael split a 12.6.  Michael’s speed was also on display running the 4×200 relay in a 27.16 and then showing his individual speed in the open 70 taking 3rd in a 9.39.
Girls:
Maggie Finn – Maggie had a great day, taking 2nd in the 800m Run with a time of 2:42.  Continuing her 800 efforts she ran 3rd on the winning 4×800 with a split of 2:55.
Alexa Stern –  It was a significant PR day for Stern. She took 2nd place in the 3200m run with a PR performance of 13:51.  Alexa’s first time under 14 minutes for the two mile. After that she still had some in her tank running a 3:13 split in the 4×800 relay.
Kelly Adamovicz –  Taking 2nd in the 55 hurdles in 10.74, Kelly also stepped up and ran the 3rd leg of the 4×200 splitting a 31.27.  Kelly finished her day running a 14.83 in the open 100 dash. Not a bad day for running all three of her events within the first half of the meet.
Cianna Wszolek – Cianna took 3rd for the Hornets keeping them in scoring position in the shot, throwing a 25′ 7″.
Emma Cummings – Winning the 1600m Run with a time of 5:33, Emma continues to be a steady performer for the young  Lady Hornets.  Emma was also on the winning 4×800 with a opening leg of 2:35.
And this was taken from the MS Track Twitter Feed:  We have four home meets coming up: 5/12, 5/15, 5/19, & 5/21…we need volunteers. Please consider signing up. Thank you!
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