Wangsness, Post lead Wolverines at Mid-State
Brody Wangsness won the 110 hurdles and Danyel Post placed in three events as the Wolverines finished fifth and sixth in the Mid-State Conference championships Tuesday at Pequot Lakes.
Wangsness ran a 16.33 in the 110 hurdles for the best overall finish by a WDC athlete. The junior standout also placed third in the 300 hurdles with a 46.01.
Post racked up a third in the triple jump with a 31-2.5 and was fourth in the long jump with a 13-8 and the 400 dash with a 1:05.66.
Autumn Jahnke gave the WDC girls their best overall finish with a runner-up vault of 8-0.
The WDC boys’ 4x200 relay team ran a third place time of 1:38.70.
Tommaso Caramelli gave the Wolverines a third in the 200 dash with a 25.07.
Turning in fourth place times for WDC were Hannah Vorderbruggen, Jessica Wood and Liz Peterson. Vorderbruggen ran the 1,600 in 5.54.24 while Wood tossed the discus 91-0.5 and Peterson cleared the bar at seven feet in the pole vault.
Peterson took sixth for WDC in the high jump with a 4-4 effort. Sutton Lohmiller, Jimmy Kimm and Will Eliason were all sixth place finishers. Lohmiller came up with shot put of 39-11.5 while Kim ran a 4:58.38 in the 1,600 and Eliason turned the 800 in 2:15.77.
Staples-Motley’s Jaelin Beachy was a double winner in the girls’ meet with times of 47.77 in the 300 hurdles and 15.55 in the 100 hurdles.
Park Rapids’ Austin Carlson went 18-5.5 to win the long jump and ran a 23.99 to win the 200 dash.
Detroit Lakes took top team honors with 194 points in the girls’ meet and 151 in the boys’ competition.
Detroit Lakes 194, Pequot Lakes 139, Park Rapids 100, Staples-Motley 66, Wadena-Deer Creek 42, Crosby-Ironton 16
Detroit Lakes 151, Park Rapids 124.5, Pequot Lakes 110.5, Crosby-Ironton 110.5, Staples-Motley 62, Wadena-Deer Creek 34