Written by John Plestina
The Wolves track and field team finished ninth, recording a team score of 21 and the Lady Wolves registered a team score of 14 for a seventh-place finish at the Glasgow Invitational Friday, April 4.
Glasgow finished first on both the boys’ and girls’ sides.
Kenny Boos finished third in the 110m hurdles, recording a time of 18.94, and sixth in the 300m hurdles with a time of 50.06.
In the 400m relay, Wolf Point A was second with a time of 47.81.
Aaron D’Ambrosio finished third in the triple jump with a 35-10.
Wolf Point A finished fifth in the girls’ 400m relay at 57.23.
Shelby Hanks recorded fourth place in the high jump with a jump of 4-8.25.
Sonica Archdale registered a third place finish in the long jump with a 14-0.50 and Ashley Page finished seventh, recording a jump of 13.06.50.
“It was a beautiful day,” head coach Robert Page said.
“I was impressed with both the boys and girls. We’re a young team. We have a lot of freshmen and sophomores,” he said.
“A big part of our program is to be coachable and a lot of our kids were coachable [at the Glasgow meet],” Page said.
“We can improve on the times and distances they set,” he said.
The Wolves’ varsity will compete at Baker Saturday, April 12. Wolf Point will host a junior high track invitational meet Friday, April 11.
Brockton only competed with a girls’ team and tied Nashua for 11th place with 2 points each.
Lustre Christian High School only competed on the boys’ side and was 15th with a score of 2.
James Ryu finished fifth in the triple jump with a 35-2.
Nashua’s boys finished sixth with a score of 42 and the girls tied with Brockton for 11th place with 2 points each.
Lane Nickels of Nashua finished first in the 800m recording a 2:11.28.
In the 1600m, Nickels also recorded a first- place finish with a time of 5:10.30.
Brandon Bunk of Nashua took sixth place in the 3200m, recording 13:36.00.
In the boys’ 1600m relay, Nashua A finished third with a time of 4:11.00.
Nickels was second in the high jump with a jump of 5-4. Chase Williams finished third with a 5-0 jump. Kyle Gorman finished sixth with a 4-10.
Morgan Guttenberg finished sixth in the girls’ long jump with a jump of 13-8.50.
Sandy Viste finished sixth in the javelin with a throw of 74-11.
The Poplar boys finished 10th with a score of 17 and the girls’ team was also 10th with a score of 4.
Lane Headdress finished fifth in the 1600m with a time of 5:27.40.
Myltin Bighorn finished third in the 300m hurdles with a time of 48.69. Brent Lester finished fifth at 48.96.
In the boys’ 400m relay, Poplar A finished sixth with a time of 50.87.
Sheridan Stranger Horse finished third in discus with a throw of 118-1.
Drew Reum finished sixth in the girls’ 1600m, recording a time of 7:09.50, and sixth in the 3200m with a time of 15:18.30.
Shawna Hagadone finished fifth in the discus with a throw of 84-0.