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Area 2A State Track & Field Results From Wichita

The Kansas State High School Activities Association Track & Field Championships were held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium in Wichita. Below are the area team results from the meet, with complete results available at the following link.COMPLETE 2A RESULTS ]

2A Girls Results

Team Results:
11. Washington County.

3200 M Run
15. Maggie Revell – Onaga – 13:39.26

4×800 M Relay
14. Onaga – 11:09.40

Pole Vault
4. Heidi Stegman – Washington County – 9’00.00”

Long Jump
15. Mandi Allerheiligen – Washington County – 14’04.00”

Triple Jump
15. Mandi Allerheiligen – Washington County – 31’07.25”
16. Rebekah Glessner – Onaga – 30’05.25”

Shot Put
1. Erin Alexander – Washington County – 43’01.00”
9. Courtney Bekemeyer – Washington County – 33’00.00”

Discus
1. Erin Alexander – Washington County – 118’00”
6. Brooke Tuma – Washington County – 106’04”

Javelin Throw
9. Brooke Tuma – Washington County – 111’10”

2A Boys Results

Team Results:
2. Washington County, 32. Onaga.

400 M Dash
8. David Koelzer – Onaga – 52.84

800 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 1:59.55

1600 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 4:22.73 (State Record)

3200 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 9:20.76 (State Record)

4×400 M Relay
6. Washington County – 3:41.26

Pole Vault
9. Colin Cudney – Washington County – 11’6.00”
10. Levi Gauby – Washington County – 11’6.00”
11. Justin Hoover – Washington County – 11’6.00”

Long Jump
8. Tristan Miller – Washington County – 20’00.75”

Shut Put
3. Brett Herrs – Washington County – 51’09.00”
10. Logan Kier – Washington County – 44’01.00”

Discus Throw
8. Logan Kier – Washington County – 143’02”

Javelin Throw
5. Michael Bliss – Onaga – 161’07”

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