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Unity claims boys' Eagle Relays

Thursday, May 10, 2007

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Jordan Boekhout of Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn works hard to clear the bar during the high jump event at the Eagle Relays in Marcus April 27th. Photo by Paul Struvk.
MMC's Hanson wins 110-meter hurdles

MARCUS - The tradition-tough Orange City Unity Christian boys ran away with the team title at the April 27th Eagle Relays in Marcus, totaling 169.5 points.

Sheldon was runner-up with 106, followed by Alta 78.5, Remsen St. Mary's 78, South O'Brien 65, and Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 61.

Will Hanson notched MMC's lone first-place finish with a 16.53 clocking in the 110-meter hurdles.

The host Eagles were second in the 4x100 relay in a time of 45.92, second in the 4x200 relay in 1:34.62, and second in the shuttle hurdle relay in a time of 1:03.40.

Fourth-place finishes for MMC included Derek Lewis with a 17.14 time in the 110-meter hurdles, Justin Henke's 56.53 time in the 400 meters, Kyle Kohn's 24.35 time in the 200 meters, and the MMC 4x800 relay timed in 9:36.88.

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Keagan Hicks of South O'Brien placed in both the 3000 and 1600 meters to help his team to runner-up at the Eagle Relays in Marcus April 27th. Photo by Paul Struck.
For South O'Brien's boys, Keagan Hicks was second in the 1600 meters, Ryan Harmdiercks second in the 400 meters, and the medley relay was second in 3:56.96.

SOS thirds went to the 4x400 relay timed in 3:47.13, Harmdiercks with a 5-6 high jump, Scott Wagner with a 19-7 long jump, and the 4x400 relay timed in 3:47.13.

The Wolverines were fourth in the 4x100 relay timed in 47.28 and in the 4x200 clocked in 1:38.71, Hicks was fourth in the 3200 meters in 11:14.20, and Evan Postma was fourth in the long jump with an 18-5 1/2 effort.



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