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Lady Falcons Finish Second At Friend Invite

The Lady Falcons scored 84 points on their way to a second place finish at the Friend Invitational on Tuesday.   It was the Seward JV's bringing home the win with 127.5 points and Friend finished third in the ten-team invitational with 70 points.  Once again, the Lady Falcon's continued to improve their times and distances with several of the young women breaking their previous personal records.  All three of the long jumpers, Sadie Meyer, Elizabeth Milke, and Felisha Moore improved their personal bests.  It was a beautiful day for a track meet with relatively little wind and several of the athletes took advantage of the conditions.  One of the highlights of the meet was the 3200 meter relay's first place finish of 10:22.7, which broke the meet record of 10:27.9 set by East Butler in 2005.  The Lady Falcons will be competing in the A division of the MUDECAS track meet on Saturday and Johnson County Central.  

Freeman Results:

High Jump:  2nd place, Kayla Haynes, 4' 8" 

100 Meter Dash:  2nd place, Tori Bredvick, 13.2

200 Meter Dash:  3rd place, Joslyn Schiebur, 28.5

400 Meter Run:   3rd place, Joslyn Schiebur, 66.3

800 Meter Run:  4th place, Alexis Holland, 2:36.0; 5th place, Lauren Parde, 2:38.4

1600 Meter Run:  1st place, Ashley Oltman, 5:41.8

100 Meter Hurdles:  1st place, Kayla Haynes, 16.5

300 Meter Hurdles:   3rd place, Emily Lenners, 53.2

400 Meter Relay:  4th place, Tessa Hestermann, Felisha Moore, Joslyn Schiebur, and Tori Bredvick, 55.5

1600 Meter Relay:   1st place, Katie Unvert, Lauren Parde, Joslyn Schiebur, Emily Lenners, 4:32.3

3200 Meter Relay:  1st place, Alexis Holland, Ashley Oltman, Lauren Parde, Emily Lenners, 10:22.7


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