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Hawks host Hugh Cavanaugh Relays

Jason McGrann - DCNBuy Photo
Jason McGrann - DCN

The Woodward-Granger boys and girls track teams hosted the biggest home meet of the season, The Hugh Cavanaugh Relays, on Thursday.
The Hawks had solid performances in several events.
Abby Musser paced the W-G girls by taking first place in the 100 meter dash, 100 meter hurdles and 400 meter hurdles.
Musser’s 100 meter dash time of 13.34 set a new meet record.
Ariel Charter finished third in the long jump while Riley Kirton also placed third in the discus for Woodward-Granger.
Fourth-place performances for the W-G girls included Josie Baumgartner in the 200 meter dash, Maddisyn Anderson in the 400 meter run and Regan Kaufman in the 800 meter run.
In boys action, Lane Kooiker led W-G with a pair of first-place finishes.
Kooiker, a returning state qualifier, took first in the high jump and discus events.
W-G senior Marshall Nieland placed second in the 400 meter run while Johnnie Morgan was second in the 800 meter run and Kaleb Noel placed second in the 400 meter hurdles.
Senior Jim Harney placed third in the 800 meter run for the Hawks while Mason Burkhart also added a third-place finish in the shot put.
The Woodward-Granger track teams return to action Monday, April 21 at Southeast Webster in Burnside.
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