Women: Hoisington 111, Pratt-Skyline 93, Cimarron 66, Otis-Bison 60, Central Plains 42
Mens results: Hoisington 109, Otis Bison 100, Cimarron 76, Central Plains 58, Pratt-Skyline 32
Medalists for the Cardinals were: girls: Jocelynn Pedigo 2nd shot put, 2nd javelin, 1st discus; Rylie Koester 1st 800M, 1st 1600M, 1st 3200M; Maleigha Schmidt 1st pole vault; Emily Hammond 1st 4x100MR, 2nd pole vault; Melissa Stout 1st 4x100MR, 2nd triple jump, 2nd long jump; Vikki Donetz 2nd 800M; Kelsi Nuss 1st 300IH, 1st 4x100MR, 3rd 100M; Jaci Schremmer 1st 4x100MR, 3rd 200M.
Medalists for the boys were: Jonathan Ball 1st pole vault, 1st 300IH, 1st 4x100MR, 2nd 110HH; Brenner Donovan 1st 4x100MR, 1st 4x400MR, 1st 400M, 1st long jump; Tanner Cassity 1st 3200M, 3rd 4x800MR; Jake Curtis 3rd javelin, 3rd 4x800MR; Cameron Davis 1st 200m 1st 4x100MR, 1st 4x400MR; Rudy Gearhart 3rd 300IH, 1st 4x400MR; Xavier Robinson 3rd 4x800MR, 3rd long jump; Dante Urban 3rd 4X800MR; Christopher Ball 2nd pole vault, 3rd 100HH, 1st 4x100MR.
Coach Schmidt Comments
“We had two boys bring home three gold medals each, Cameron Davis, Jonathan Ball, and Brenner Donovan brought home 4 gold medals. That is outstanding! Our boys relay teams are coming together, and putting up very good times for this point in the season. I loved how our boys team competed at the Hoisington Invitational. Tough to compete well two days in a row. Our Boys Javelin throwers are really starting to throw well. On the girls side Rylie Koester has been nothing short of outstanding. She won gold in all three events at the Hoisington Invitational.
Our senior girls of Rylie Koester, Melissa Stout, and Emily Hammond have not just been great leaders for our team, but have been outstanding on the track as well. They brought home nine medals between them at the Hoisington Invite.
Our hurdlers on both sides are doing very well. All of our boys Jonathan Ball, Christopher Ball, and Rudy Gearhart, along with Kelsi Nuss and Maleigha Schmidt ran times that were season bests and all placed at the Hoisington Meet.
Between the boys and girls teams they scored points in all 18 events at the Hoisington Meet. That shows team strength, and a strong commitment from not just the kids, but the coaching staff to get the most out of our talents. Very excited about this stat.
Overall, I was very pleased with our performance of all our kids at the Hoisington Invitational.”