PELLA — 7 person titles and a relay crown highlighted the residence Central Invitational for the Central Higher education women’s track and area staff Saturday.
The Dutch gained the staff title with 236.33 points, outpacing next position Truman State University’s full of 158.33.
The Dutch swept the distance occasions. Caroline McMartin (sophomore, Pella) gained the 1,500 meters (4:53.38), Megan Johnson (sophomore, Parkersburg, Aplington-Parkersburg HS) gained the 3,000 meters (10:42.86) and Alyssa Mayhew (sophomore, North Aurora, Ill., West Aurora HS) gained the 3,000-meter steeplechase (12:20.06). McMartin was also 3rd in the 800 metes (2:25.95) and Layken Bytnar (sophomore, Bettendorf) was next in the steeplechase (12:25.15)
“Competing and successful a race is just as critical as improving your time,” Sturman claimed. “Caroline is so flexible that were ready to set her in distinctive events every single week.”
Cali Coffman (junior, Leawood, Kan., Blue Valley)
cleared the pole vault with a winning top of 9-6.25 and superior jumper Malory Jones (junior, Fairfield) was the very best large jumper with a height of 4-11.
Rayna Sickels (freshman, Indianola) was the 100-meter hurdles in 15.94 seconds. She was also 3rd in the prolonged soar (15-6.25), a person spot powering teammate Karsyn Lamm (freshman, Mount Enjoyable).
“Rayna appears to be to be receiving more quickly each week,” Sturman reported. “She’s coming together and performing it all though nevertheless training for the multi. Her possible is so superior.”
Abby Marr (junior, Riceville) experienced a vocation-best hammer toss mark of 156 ft, inches to acquire the occasion. She also concluded 3rd in the shot set (38-1.5). Allison Van Gorp (freshman, Pella Christian HS) was 3rd in the discus throw (127-11).
Abby Gruver (sophomore, Sully, Lynnville-Sully HS), Abbi Roerdink (sophomore, Tiffin, Ohio, Hopewell-Loudon HS), Elsie Thoreson (sophomore, Pella) and Lauren Brown (sophomore, Underwood) gained the 4×100-meter relay in 51.43 seconds. The identical four some were being second in the 4×400-meter relay (4:08.69)
Roerdink was 2nd in the 400 meters (1:00.62) and Thoreson was second in the 400-meter hurdles (1:08.60)
Central is slated to show up at both equally the Loras Mid-7 days Invitational on Wednesday and the Statesmen Invitational hosted by William Penn College on Friday.