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Nevada turns in two top-three finishes at Bomber Relays

Alli Fey placed third in the Class A 400-meter dash for the Nevada girls’ track team at the Bomber Relays Friday in Huxley.
Alli Fey placed third in the Class A 400-meter dash for the Nevada girls’ track team at the Bomber Relays Friday in Huxley.
Alyssa Boyd starts to go up over the bar on a successful high jump attempt at the Bomber Relays Friday. Boyd placed fifth in the event.
Alyssa Boyd starts to go up over the bar on a successful high jump attempt at the Bomber Relays Friday. Boyd placed fifth in the event.

HUXLEY – The Nevada girls’ track team medaled in two events and placed in five more at the Bomber Relays Friday in Huxley.

Nevada finished with one silver and bronze medal apiece during the meet. The Cubs totaled 28 points to place seventh out of eight teams in Class A.

Sophia Wilson turned in the top performance for Nevada. Wilson placed second in the high jump after clearing the bar at four feet, 10 inches.

Wilson’s teammate Alyssa Boyd took fifth in the high jump with a jump of 4-8. Lindsey Haley also placed in a field event for the Cubs as she took fourth in the long jump with a jump of 14-3.75.

On the track Alli Fey gave Nevada a bronze medal in the open 400. Fey crossed the finish line in one minute, 6.73 seconds.

Haley added a sixth-place time of :13.54 in the 100-meter dash for the Cubs.

The sprint medley was Nevada’s most successful relay event. Haley and Fey were joined by Kelsey Haley and Caroline Goecke in running a 2:02.37 to place fourth.

That same quartet gave Nevada a fifth-place finish in the 4 X 100-meter relay. The Cub team ran a :54.47.

In the 4 X 400 Amaris Hornbuckle, Carrie Satre, Madison Abraham and Brooke Kelley teamed up to run a 5:14.75 and place sixth.

Gilbert won the Class A team championship with 149 points. Carroll took second with a score of 110.

Final team scores

Class A: 1. Gilbert 149, 2. Carroll 110, 3. DCG 79, 4. Carlisle 75, 5. Ballard 72, 6. ADM 66, 7. Nevada 28, 8. Des Moines North 7.

Individual results – Nevada

High jump – 2. Sophia Wilson, 4-10; 5. Alyssa Boyd, 4-8

Long jump – 4. Lindsey Haley, 14-3.75

100-meter dash – 6. Haley, :13.54

400-meter dash – 3. Alli Fey, 1:06.73

Sprint medley relay – 4. Nevada (Kelsey Haley, Caroline Goecke, L. Haley, Fey), 2:02.37

4 X 100-meter relay – 5. Nevada (K. Haley, Goecke, L. Haley, Fey), :54.47

4 X 400-meter relay – 6. Nevada (Amaris Hornbuckle, Carrie Satre, Madison Abraham, Brooke Kelley), 5:14.75

GRIMES – The Nevada girls’ track team opened the season by picking up nine top-six finishes at the Dallas Center-Grimes Invitational March 31.

The Cubs claimed two silver and bronze medals apiece. They also added one fourth-place finish and a pair of fifth and sixth-place showings respectively.

Abby Stephenson won the silver in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17 seconds flat. Brooke Kelley tacked on a runner-up time of 1:16.20 in the open 400 for the Cubs.

Stephenson also helped Nevada take third in both the shuttle hurdle and 4 X 100 relays.

In the shuttle hurdle Alli Fey, Tiffany Latshaw and Alyssa Boyd joined Stephenson to run a 1:18.20. Kelsey Haley, Lindsey Haley and Fey teamed with Stephenson to clock in at :55.70 in the 4 X 100.

Stephenson, Fey, Lindsey Haley and Jordan McKinney gave Nevada a fourth-place time of 2:07.40 in the sprint medley. In the distance medley Lindsey Haley, McKinney, Fey and Amaris Hornbuckle ran a 5:15.10 to place fifth.

Willow Griffith added a fifth-place time of 1:19.40 in the open 400. Abigail Bremmer took sixth in the 200 with a :32.50 showing and Madison Abraham was sixth in the 400 after crossing the finish line in 1:23.10.

No team scores were kept for the event.

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