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Waukee boys compete in Des Moines

The Waukee boys’ track team won nine events and domintated the competition en route to winning the Fred Smith Invite at Ankeny High School. The Warriors scored 199 team points.

AJ Allen finished the 200 meter dash in 23.21 seconds, winning that event. Corbin Lowe won the 400 meter dash with a time of 51.43 seconds.

In the 110 meter hurdles, Josh Brdicko finished in 15.15 seconds and won the event. Austin Krohnke won the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:27.74.

Erik Nelson threw the discus 148 feet, which was good enough for first place in the event while Nathan Keck won the high jump with a height of six feet.

Robert Primrose jumped 20-04.25 and won the long jump event. The Warriors’ 4x200 meter relay team got first place with a time of 1:33.71 and their shuttle hurdle team got first place as well with a time of 58.07.

Jim Duncan Invite

The Waukee boys’ track team competed in the Jim Duncan Invite in Des Moines at Drake Stadium. The invitational consisted of 16 teams from the CIML.

At the end of the day, the Warriors had won seven events. The 4x200 meter relay team of Nihad Ejubovic, Trevor Allen, Allen and Lowe improved their school record in the event that they set last season with a time of 1:28.38, which also set the meet record.

The 4x200 meter relay team also set a meet record and took first place. Ross Vogel, Lowe, Allen and Koy Schneiter finished the race in 3:22.77.

The shuttle hurdle relay team of Drew Lienemann, Josh Brdicko, Kalen Renshaw and Jared Brdicko took first place with a time of 58.33 seconds. In the 400 meter dash, Ross Vogel took first place with a time of 51.70 seconds.

The 4x100 meter relay team consisting of Drew Wadding, Carter Nielsen, Alan Vongnhay and Gavin Vaske took first place with a time of 44.23 seconds.

Nelson took first place in the discus throw while Ross Reynolds took first in the shot put throw.

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