May 29, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off
OMAHA — The Wolfpack Girls 3200 meter relay team competed Friday afternoon at the State Track & Field Championships.
Burke Stadium basked in warm sunshine for the start of the race which was the opening event of the afternoon session.
The Wolfpack team, consisting of Marin Heithoff, Taylor Schumacher, Chelsi Mescher and Courtney Schumacher, came into the race with the seventh fastest time (10:09.8) out of 16 teams who qualified for state.
However, a medal eluded the Wolfpack on this day as the team finished 12th with a time of 10:35.668.
Winning the girls 3200 meter relay, in a time of 9:51.394, was Fillmore Central High School.
Other Class C schools who competed in the 3200 meter relay Friday afternoon were North Bend Central, North Platte St. Pat’s, Hartington Cedar Catholic, Sutton, St. Paul, Shelton, East Butler, Concordia, Southwest, Centura, Perkins County, Wisner-Pilger, Johnson-Brock and Tri County
Registration for the 2012 Cardinal Run/Walk is now open. Again this year is a 5-mile run, a 2-mile run/walk and a 1-mile kid’s fun run. This event will be held on Saturday, June 16th at 8:00 a.m. in conjunction with the Albion/Boone Central Alumni.
The entry fee is $20 for 5-mile/2-mile with a long sleeve shirt; $15 for 5-mile/2-mile with a short sleeve shirt and $10 for kid’s fun run with short sleeve shirt. Entry fees include a long/short sleeve t-shirt and refreshments after the race. After June 11th or on race-day, please add $5. You will not be guaranteed a shirt on race day, but one can be ordered for you. We encourage you to register early if possible.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the Albion/Boone Central Alumni Association. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.boonecohealth.org and print a registration form. Registration forms are also available at Cornerstone Bank and the Boone County Fitness Center in Albion. Please mail form and fee to Boone County Health Center, Attn: Nicole Levander, PO Box 151, Albion, NE 68620. For more information or questions, call (402) 395-3165.
KEARNEY — Elgin Public-Pope John golfers found the Kearney Country Club course a challenge at the Class C State Golf Tournament.
The Wolfpack finished ninth out of 15 teams competing in the tournament. Winning the team title was Sutton with a two-day score of 637 followed by kearney Catholic and Plainview 638, Gibbon 660, Bishop Neumann 669, Hartington Cedar Catholic 674, Elmwood-Murdock 680, Kimball 680, EPPJ 693, Valentine 695, Logan View 701, North Platte St. Pat’s 705, Milford 711, Norfolk Catholic 716 and Wisner-Pilger 730.
Medalist was Mitchell Klooz who fished with a 36-hole score of 142. Par is 71 over 18 holes
Wolfpack scores were Nick Heithoff (84-82) 166, Kyle Heithoff (85-88) 173, Andrew Heithoff (89-84) 173, Evan Parks (89-96) 185 and Tyler Childers (96-92) 188.
Nick Heithoff led the Wolfpack with an 84 (+13) after the first round was completed Tuesday afternoon.
Kyle Heithoff was just one shot behind Nick as he shot 85 (+14) on the par 71 course.
Other Wolfpack scores after the first round were Andrew Heithoff 89 (+18), Tyler Childers 96 (+25) and senior Evan Parks came in with a score of 89 (+18).
Leader in the clubhouse after the first round was Mitchell Klooz of Plainview who finished the opening with a three-under score of 68.