GOODLAND, KS — The Colby High School track and field team continued its early season dominance by winning the Goodland Invitational on a sunny, Tuesday afternoon.
On the boys side of things Colby ran away from the field in the team standings scoring 202 total points, 103 more points than the second place finishing team in Goodland. CHS won 11 of the 18 events on the boys side, including all three relays as well as all three throwing events. Colby actually placed one thru four in the shot put.
Goodland, who took second, won two events. Mason Murray in the 110 hurdles & Mason Neal in the high jump.
Wray would placed third followed by Garden City, Ulysses & Holcomb in the boys teams standings.
As for the ladies, Colby won easily as well but not by as much as their boys. CHS won ten of the 18 events scoring 220 points. Wray would take second with 130. Goodland placed third with Garden, Holcomb & Ulysses rounding out the final standings. Colby won two out of the three relays & throwing events as well as going one, two, three in the 100 & 800.
Goodland’s Mikayla Biermann once again proved she is one of the better distance runners in northwest Kansas winning the two miles and taking second in the mile.
Full results from the meet can be found here: https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=374442&show=all
Many of the teams running on Tuesday in Goodland will be competing in Scott City next Tuesday at their Invite.