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Lady Falcons Finish Second at MUDECAS

The Lady Falcons traveled to Johnson Country Central High School to compete in the MUDECAS "A" Division Track Meet on Saturday.   JCC scored 124 points and narrowly defeated Freeman, who had 116 points, for the Championship.  HTRS followed in third place with 87 points.  Ashley Oltman was the only individual gold medalist for the Lady Falcons.  She was first in the 3200 meter run and improved her own school record at 12:10.41.  The other gold medal finish for Freeman was the 3200 meter relay of Alexis Holland, Lindsey Ehmen, Lauren Parde, and Emily Lenners who completed the race in  10:58.77.  

Results for Freeman:

High Jump:  4th place, Kayla Haynes, 5'0

Long Jump:  5th place, Elizabeth Milke, 13' 8"

Triple Jump:  3rd place, Tessa Hestermann, 31' 7.75"; 4th place, Elizabeth Milke, 29' 8"

100 Meter Hurdles:  2nd place, Kayla Haynes, 16.58

100 Meter Dash:  2nd place, Tori Bredvick, 13.25; 4th place, Tessa Hestermann, 13.67

200 Meter Dash:   2nd place, Tori Bredvick, 28.03; 4th place, Joslyn Schiebur, 28.75

400 Meter Dash:   2nd place, Joslyn Schiebur, 67.0

800 Meter Run:  2nd place, Alexis Holland, 2:38.71; 3rd place, Lauren Parde, 2:43.44

1600 Meter Run:  2nd place, Ashley Oltman, 5:51.8; 4th place, Ashely Parde, 6:23.75

3200 Meter Run:  1st place, Ashley Oltman, 12:10.49

400 Meter Relay:   2nd place, Tessa Hestermann, Felisha Moore, Joslyn Schiebur, and Tori Bredvick

1600 Meter Relay:   3rd place, Katie Unvert, Lauren Parde, Joslyn Schiebur, and Alexis Holland

3200 Meter Relay:   1st place, Alexis Holland, Lindsey Ehmen, Lauren Parde, and Emily Lenners, 10:58.77

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