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TRACK & FIELD ROUNDUP: Streator, Seneca, Sandwich victorious at home

STREATOR — At the SHS Athletic Fields, both the Streator girls and boys scored victories over visiting Wilmington and Marquette in track and field action Tuesday.

Streator’s girls scored 85 team points to Wilmington’s 57 and Marquette’s 21, led by first-place finishes from Rebecca Neaterour (12:54 in 3200, 6:19 in 1600), Emma Harris (98-8 in discus), Leticia Cruz (:19.6 in 100 hurdles, :29.6 in 200), Faith Mitts (2:59.6 in 800 run), Alexis Berg (:50.8 in 300 hurdles), the 3200 relay team of Liset Guagarrama, Stephanie Mendoza, Abby Seaton and Faith Mitts (13:19) and the 400 relay team of Cruz, Harris, Berg and Lyniah Anderson.

As for the boys, Streator dominated to score 140 team points to Wilmington’s 28 and Marquette’s 18. Recording firsts for the Bulldogs were Bryce Peacher (44-0 in shot put, 105-4 1/2 in discus), Kobie Webb (20-6 in long jump), Riley McCurdy (10-9 in pole vault), Tre Rathbun (5-6 in high jump, 38-9 in triple jump), the 3200 relay team of Brenton Beardsley, Adrian Jones, Danny Rodriguez and Rafael Pantoja (9:25.8), the 400 team of Riley Rinaldi, Latrell Teamer, Jeremiah Lukes and Aiden Webb (:47.7), Jacob Greer (:19.6 in 110 hurdles), A.J. Ramson (:11.2 in 100, :23.5 in 200), Jones (2:21.4 in 800), the 800 relay team of Coltin Grace, Ramson, McCurdy and Tavarre Phifer (1:36.1), Pantoja (:48.3 in 300 hurdles), Rodriguez (5:19.7 in 1600) and the 1600 team of Grace, McCurdy, Webb and Jones (3:53.9).

OHS ties for 2nd in triangular

At King Field, the host Ottawa Pirates finished tied with Morris at 49 team points behind winner Pontiac’s 77 on Tuesday.

Ethan Harsted scored Ottawa’s lone first-place finish, winning the pole vault (12-0). Blakey, Jackson, Purifoy, Klatt, Landers, Walker, Swords and the 1600 relay team added second-place finishes for the hosts.

Seneca 1st at home

At Seneca, the host Lady Irish scored 170 team points to finish first while Fieldcrest scored 18 to finish fourth in a four-team meet. Firsts for Seneca included Maggie Cade (13:33.40 in 3200), Brooklyn Giertz (:18.72 in 100 hurdles, :54.72 in 300 hurdles, 8-6 in pole vault), Mara Bruno (:13.66 in 100, 15-0 in long jump), Amber Vroman (2:42.04 in 800), Natalie Carajohn (1:05.58 in 400), Grace Alley (36-0 1/2 in triple jump), Alex Draves (109-8 in discus, 32-4 in shot put), the 32o relay team of Carajohn, Walsh, Elias and Silvola (11:47.29), 400 relay team of Alleym Giertz, Bruno and Greve (:53.05), 800 relay teamof Odum, Alley, Simon, Greve (1:58.28) and the 1600 team of Vroman, Alleym Bruno and Carajohn (4:38.53).

Seneca’s boys put up 147 points to runner-up Westmont’s 95 and third-place Fieldcrest’s 20. Seneca firsts were won by Isaac Brockton (37-11 in shot put), Logan Vandenberg (127-4 in discus), Nate Armrest (5-8 in high jump), Mason Dooley (:24.60 in 200), Christopher Collet (4:40.10 in 1600), Owen Barnett (:55.24 in 400, :12.16 in 100), Wyatt Daidaur (11:20.69 in 3200), the 400 relay team of Casey, Bendt, Armrest and Barnett (45:90) and the 3200 team of Stroud, Glasscock, Cameron and Krause (9:02.16).

15 firsts for Sandwich, 2 for Somonauk

At Sandwich, the male hosts recorded 15 first-place finishes in a home meet — Sam Brunoehler (:16.98 in 110 hurdles), Seth Randa (:42.70 in 300 hurdles), Derek Murphy (44-11 in shot put), Levi Franklin (140-7 in discus), Jayden McCulskie (5-10 in high jump), Trent Katzel (10-0 in pole vault), Max Pinkowski (40-1 in triple jump), Nic Lidinsky (18-4 in long jump), Mason Kellogg (11:32.75 in 3200), Jacob Dallen (2:26.16 in 800), Dylan Baumbach (:53.32 in 400), the 1600 relay team of Randa, Lidinsky, Baumbach, McCulskie (3:46.44), the 3200 team of Butler, Baumbach, Underhile, Dallen (9:43.95), the 400 team of Marrs, Ballas, Kelson and Klossing (:50.09) and the 800 team of Lidinsky, Minkowski, McCulskie and Randa (1:40.10).

Somonauk’s boys scored two firsts at the meet — Noah Gabrys in the 100 (:11.81) and the 200 (:25.16).

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