The Waukee boys’ track team was able to come away with another team win at the 2014 Ft. Dodge Dodger Boys Relays on Monday. The Warriors came in first place overall with a score of 207, 98 points better than Fort Dodge, who got second place with 109 points.
Mason City came in third, Ankeny Centennial came in fourth, Des Moines Roosevelt came in fifth, Ankeny place sixth, Des Moines Hoover got seventh and Waterloo East took eighth.
Corbin Lowe took second place in the 200 meter dash for the Warriors with a time of 22.42. In the 800 meter run Josh Andrews took first place with a time of 2:04.43 while his teammate Koy Scneiter got third place with a time of 2:07.38.
Austin Krohnke and Isaiah Hanna got second and third in the 1600 meter run while Ryan Tunink got first in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:56.23. Noah Larrison got second place in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 14.82.
In the 400 meter hurdles, Larrison and Pat Gray got first and second with Larrison finishing in 53.48 and Gray finishing 5.18 behind him.
The 4x100 meter relay team consisting of Lowe, AJ Allen, Trevor Allen and Nihad Ejubovic took first place, finishing in 43.95. The same four runners took first place in the 4x200 meter relay as well with a time of 1:32.21.
Waukee’s 4x800 meter relay team, consisting of Brennan Borgestad, Ross Vogel, Kevin Kato and Kayde Penn took second place in the event with a time of 8:36.93.
The Warriors took first place in the both the 1600 sprint medley relay and in the 4x110 meter shuttle hurdle events. Carter Nielsen, Gavin Vaske, Vogel and Zach Grossman finished the 1600 meter sprint medley relay in 3:44.93 while Drew Lienemann, Josh Brdicko, Scott Stanley and Jared Brdicko finished the 4x110 meter shuttle hurdle event in 58.57.
For field events, Tyler Hunke and Andrew Cutler got second and third in the high jump. Hunke had a height of 6-01 and Cutler had a height of 6-00.
Ross Reynolds and Nick Tweeten got second and third in the shot put. Reynolds had a throw of 47-09 and Tweeten’s was 47-06.
In the discus throw, Erik Nelson, Tweeten and Reynolds took second, third and fourth place. Nelson had a throw of 134-00, which was four inches short of Mason City’s Brock Rezabek, who got first place in the event with a throw of 139-04.