SCOTT CITY, KS — Athletes from five area schools (Goodland, Colby, Hoxie, Oakley & Rawlins County) ran and competed at the Scott City Relays on a glorious Tuesday afternoon. In the end it was the Phillipsburg girls and the Scott City Boys taking home the team titles. For Scott it was their fourth consecutive time winning their own event.
Colby High School had the most success of area schools. The CHS girls placed 5th, just two points behind Scott City. Lady Eagles placed 11 girls in the 18 events. Two ladies, Lara Murdock in the mile and Kailey Schields in the Javelin, took first in their events. As for the Colby boys, they placed in second but 74 points behind the Beavers. 14 individuals placed, while three of them won their respected events. Jordan Schippers brought home the title in the 100 & 200 and Xavier Slaven won the shot put. Colby had three different athletes place in the shot.
Hoxie placed sixth in the girls standings and fifth in the boys. Lady Indians had 13 place with one champion in Trinity Balluch who won the discus. Boys had seven placers. Jared Kennedy placed 1st in the high jump.
Oakley boys had a solid showing placing fourth overall in the team standings with six placers. Lady Plainsmen had only three placers but one of them was Jordyn Lowrie who placed 1st in the high jump.
Goodland on the boys side had 6 events place, including two in the high jump, to finish in tenth. The Cowgirls were only able to get 8 total points thanks to Mikayla Biermann taking second in the two mile.
For complete results: https://ks.milesplit.com/meets/344911/results/642977/raw#.XLdUH5NKjcg