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Lady Falcons Bring Home Medals From State Track Meet

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Oltman Sets New School Record

Seven members of the Lady Falcon track team traveled to Burke Stadium in Omaha on Friday to compete in the Nebraska State Track Meet.  The first event of the day was the 3200 meter relay consisting of Alexis Holland, Ashley Oltman, Lauren Parde, and Emily Lenners.  The girls ran a time of 10:05.97, which was very close to their best time of the season, but unfortunately, they were out of medal contention and placed 10th.  This was the last high school competition for Seniors Alexis Holland and Emily Lenners and they will be greatly missed next year.  

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The next event up was the 100 meter hurdle prelims with Kayla Haynes finishing in 16.41 which qualified her for Saturday's finals.  Felisha Moore then long jumped for Freeman and gave a great effort but did not advance to the finals.  The final event for the girls on Friday was Ashley Oltman in the 3200 meter run.  Ashley ran her best time of the year and broke her own school record with a time of 11:45.46.  Her efforts earned her a 6th place medal! 

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Tessa Hestermann started things off for the Lady Falcons on Saturday morning in the triple jump, but she did not advance to the finals.  Kayla Haynes then competed in the finals of the 100 meter hurdles and ran a time of 16.87 for an 8th place finish and a state medal!  The final event for the girls on Saturday was Ashley Oltman in the 1600 meter run.  Ashley ran a personal best time of 5:37.17 but was out of medal contention.  All of the athletes represented Freeman in the most honorable fashion and we are very proud of their efforts!  



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