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Outdoor Track & Field off and Running

May 1, 2014

(Trevor Bakalar) Hi-Liner junior Bekah Peterson picked up three points with her sixth-place 31-foot, 8.5-inch Triple Jump performance at April 25’s Shanley Invitational at Concordia University in Moorhead, Minn.

Hi-Liner track and field opened the outdoor season with an eighth-place, 36-point boys team finish and a 64-point, sixth-place girls finish at April 10’s Bronco Red and Gold meet in Lisbon, N.D.

Barnes County North’s boys took seventh place at 38 points, the Lady Bison seventh as well with 59. Kindred won the Lisbon boys meet with 152 points, Jamestown the girls meet with 138.

Valley City then finished 13th of 14 Class A boys teams, with two points, at April 25’s Shanley Invitational at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., the girls 13th of 15, with six points.

Hi-Liner sophomores Erik Milender and John Halgrimson, senior Jack Jenson and freshman Eli Allen took two team points with a seventh-place 4x100m Relay finish of 47.73 seconds.

Junior Bekah Peterson earned sixth place and three team points in Moorhead with a 31-foot, 8.5-inch Triple Jump total. Sophomore Mikaylah Ross finished with two team points and seventh place after a time of 12:41.88 in the 3200m Run. Junior April Berntson won a team point with her eighth-place performance of 2:36.05 in the 800m Run.

Fargo Davies and Grand Forks Red River tied atop the boys meet with 120 points, and Davies took the girls meet with 130 points.

Read this story in Thursday's Times-Record.

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