Bulls take wins at home triangular over Arapahoe and Southwest
ELWOOD – Hi-Line took a definitive win at their season opening triangular at home where they hosted Arapahoe and Southwest on Thursday, March 18. The Hi-Line Boys won the triangular with 92 points as a team while Southwest followed in second with 43 and Arapahoe took third with 35. The Bulls girls took the win as well with a team score of 60 points over Arapahoe with 44 and Southwest with 40 points.
Standouts at the triangular for the Bulls were many, but here are the top points producers for Hi-Line on Thursday:
Trevor Jorges was a half second faster than Isaiah Bullis in a one-two finish for the bulls in the 200 meter dash. Jorges finished first with a time of 24.60 seconds. Ryker Evans was nearly seconds ahead of the second place in the 400 meter dash, finishing in 57.40 seconds. Campbell Schutz of Arapahoe followed him in second with a time of 1 minute and one second flat.
Drew Knoerzer took first place for the Bulls, both in shot put and discus with a 37’2” shot put and a 116’6” discus throw. His throw in the discus surpassed his second place teammate, Ben Tiede by over 20 feet, who threw a 96’3” throw.
Jada Lerdall took second place in the 100 meter dash with a 14.70 second finish and a fisrt place win in the 200 meter dash, having finished in 31.00 seconds. Whitney Dickau took the win by over 10 seconds with a 6:32.90 1600 meter run. Arapahoe’s Ann Tenbensel followed in 6:43.00 for second place.
Maggie Walker took first place in the girls 100 meter dash with a time of 14.60 seconds as well as first place in the triple jump with a distance of 27’7.5”. Zoey Evans took first place in the hurdles for the Bulls with a one second lead on her nearest competitor, finishing in 20.40 seconds.
Congratulations to the Hi-Line Bulls on their wins and for kicking off the 2021 Track and Field season for Lexington area schools.