Wayne T&F Begin Busy Week Of Action, Record 21 PRs During Pierce Invite

PIERCE – With a few members competing in the Norfolk Track Classic this Thursday and the Wayne High track & field team participating in the Mid State Conference meet on Saturday, the Blue Devils were also in action on Tuesday.

From Pierce, WHS joined six teams during the Pierce Invite.

A handful of younger members of the team posted 21 PRs.

The Wayne High girls finished seventh with 34 points while the Blue Devil boys placed seventh with 23 points.

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Norfolk High won the girls division with 118 points, followed by Norfolk Catholic in second (90); Battle Creek took third (84); Boone Central placed fourth (67) and O’Neill rounded out the top five teams with 44 points.

The Wayne High girls were led by Delaney Kruse with a first place finish in the discus (95’ 9”) to go along with a runner-up mark in the shot put (32’ 5”).

Both top relay finishes placed fourth being the 4×100 (Frantzdie Barner, Delaney Kruse, Olivia Mrsny and Taytem Ellis) in 56.28 along with the 4×400 (Barner, Mrsny, Ellis and Yama (Nyamalo) Kantai) in 4:54.93.

 

Norfolk Catholic won the boys division with 141 points, followed by Battle Creek in second (124); Norfolk High took third (85); Boone Central placed fourth (76) and O’Neill rounded out the top five teams with 47 points.

The Wayne High boys were led by Mason Ley with a second place finish in the pole vault (11’).

The 4×800-meter relay (Ley, Braden Wheat, Parker Kesting and Colson Nelsen) recorded the top relay finish in third place (10:11.6).

As of the Monday update, Kyla Krusemark (800-meter run); Jala Krusemark and Laura Hasemann (3200-meter run) Brooklyn Kruse (shot put and discus), the 4×800-meter girls relay team; Sedjro Agoumba (400-meter dash and 200-meter dash); Alex Phelps (300-meter hurdles) as well as Jesus Zavala and Ethan Wibben (3200-meter run) were listed as qualifiers to compete in the Norfolk Track Classic on Thursday, April 28.

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