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Freeman Girls Track Team Competes in Class A Mudecas Track Meet

On Wednesday, the Lady Falcons competed in the class A Mudecas Track Meet held in Pawnee City.  The meet was originally scheduled to be run on Saturday, April 25th, but was postponed due to weather.  Pawnee City ran away with the team title and scored 162 points on their way to victory.  Johnson County Central was third with 111 points and Humboldt-TRS was third with 84 points.  It was tough for the girls to compete on back to back days, but several of the other teams were in  the same situation as the Lady Falcons.  The girls scored 53 points on their way to a fifth place finish in the seven team meet.  Individual results were as follows:

Shot Put:  3rd place, Alaina Huls, 33' 3.35"

Long Jump:  6th place, Felisha Moore, 14' 5.75"

Triple Jump:  6th place, Jessica Larkins, 30' 6.35"

100 Meter Dash:  4th place, Tori Bredvick, 13.6

200 Meter Dash:  4th place, Joslyn Schiebur, 29.0

400 Meter Dash:  3rd place, Tori Bredvick, 64.1; 5th place, Joslyn Schiebur, 66.4

800 Meter Run:  6th place, Lauren Parde, 2:46.6

1600 Meter Run:  6th place, Lyndsey Ehmen, 6:31.9

3200 Meter Run:  5th place, Marissa Waters, 14:09.9

300 Meter Hurdles:  6th place, Kaitlyn Meings, 60.0

400 Meter Relay:  4th place, Abby Mason, Joslyn Schiebur, Katie Unvert, and Felisha Moore, 58.3

1600 Meter Relay:  1st place, Lauren Parde, Katie Unvert, Joslyn Schiebur, and Tori Bredvick, 4:33.1

3200 Meter Relay:  1st place, Lyndsey Ehmen, Lauren Parde, Alexis Wieden, and Marissa Waters 10:51.8


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