4/29/2014 10:27:00 AM Byron boys track wins meet at Medford
On April 22, the Byron Boys traveled to Medford for another competition. The boys competed very well at Medford scoring a season high 233 points and winning the meet over the schools in attendance by over a 100 point margin.
There were many, many great performances from the night with many first place finishes and personal records achieved. Results from the meet and is a huge indication to how well these young men are coming along.
Individually many of the young men won their events, with many others placing. In the open 100 Nate Bahr won the even with a season best 11.97. His teammates Alex Laning, Jonte Douglas, and Noah Schatzel all also placed 4th, 5th, and 6th respectively.
In the open 200, Nate Bahr placed second overall with a time of 24.58. Along with Nate was Jacob Ostreng placing 5th overall and 8th grader Micheal Coble placing 6th overall.
In the open 400 Thomas MacGregor took first place with a season best 52.97. Thomas was accompanied by teammate Ayhmad Lee in 3rd place with a season best 57.90.
In the open 800, Jonah Gehrt won the even with a time of 2:05.22. Jonah was also accompanied by his teammates Cody Morris who took 3rd place and Ian Thomason who took 5th place overall.
In the open 1600, Cam Slowinski placed 2nd overall with a time of 5:10.31 and Nate Peterson finished 3rd overall with a time of 5:12.32.
In the open 3200, Tim Entgelmeier won the even with a personal best of 11:04. Teammate Nate Peterson finished 2nd place in the event with a time of 11:24.
In the 110 hurdles, Nick Sigrist won the event with a time of 15.86. Nick's teammates Jens Knutson finished 4th and Jase Mittelstadt finished 5th.
In the 300 hurdles, Nick Sigrist won the event with a time of 41.54. Jens Knutson finished 3rd overall with a personal best time of 48.26.
In the relays the boys won the 4 x 100 relay. This group was made up of Nate Bahr, Jonte Douglas, Alex Laning, and Noah Schatzel.
The boys also placed first in the 4 x 400 relay. This group was made up of Ayhmad Lee, Thomas MacGregor, Jacob Ostreng, and Jonah Gehrt.
In the field events Evan Richardson placed first in the discus, 3rd in the High jump, and 3rd in shot put.
Spencer Waldemar placed third in long jump, tied for 5th in high jump, and 2nd in discus.
Jacob Ostreng won the triple jump with a jump of 39-09 and Alex Laning placed third in the triple jump with a jump of 37-03.
In the Pole Vault Nick Sigrist won the event with a vault of 12-00. Freshman Perrin Barber finished 3rd with a vault of 9-00. Freshman Vance Anderson also scored points with a 6th place finish and a vault of 8-00.
Along with Waldemar and Richardson in the discus, Joe Bass also finished in 6th place with a throw of 90-03.
Along with Richardson in the shot put Byron also had other throwers place and earn team points.
Alec Mittelstadt placed 5th overall and Joe Bass placed 6th overall adding to an excellent night.
As one can see this was a great team showing by the Bears. Below is the final score breakdown for team totals. This is a valuable state as it is a cumulative result of how hard every one of these young men are working. Based on this result there is much more to come.