Lady Broncs take second place; Edeen earns top finishes in two races

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SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s Gabby Edeen placed first in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.18 seconds and the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.56 seconds during the Broncs Dan Hansen Invitational held at SHS on Saturday.

Edeen also placed second in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:01.89.

Sheridan’s track and field team had several top five finishers throughout the day.

The Lady Broncs placed second overall with a score of 113.50.

“Cody is a good team,” head coach Art Baures said. “Anytime you can beat Cody, you are doing well.”

Cody placed third behind Sheridan with a total of 76 points.

Lady Bronc Maddy McClure prequalified for state in the 800-meter run. McClure also placed second in the 800-meter run. In the 1600-meter run Janika Sweeney placed second with a time of 5:52.21.

Peyton Bomar had a good showing, placing fourth in the 100-meter hurdles and third in the 300-meter hurdles. In the long jump she placed second with a distance of 16 feet, 2.50 inches and triple jump with a distance of 34-1 1/2 inches. Bomar broke personal records in both the triple and long jump.

The girls relay team placed first in the 4×800 relay.

The boys side had several high performers as well.

Aaron Campbell placed second in the 110-meter hurdles and the boys 4×800 relay placed second.

Senior Ethan Hall had an outstanding meet in the shot put and discus breaking personal best records in both by a foot. Hall placed first in the shot put with a distance of 47-1, and placed second in the discus with a distance of 137-1.

The boys team placed fourth with a score of 72.50.

“Overall both the girls and boys team performed great in their home meet,” Baures said. “Hall had a tremendous showing for his last home meet. It was exciting to see him perform so well. Gabby, McClure and Bomar competed solid. It was great to see personal records be broken from the team.”

On Friday, Sheridan’s team will have five girls and one boy compete at the Casper Classical. The meet only invites the top 10 in each event from 1A through 4A. Coaches will release which athletes will compete by Wednesday.

By |April 28th, 2014|

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