BOWMAN - While Dickinson Trinity won both the girls and boys competition of the Hollinger Classic at Bowman on Saturday, May 11, Bowman County and Mott-Regent-New England made a hard effort to contest the defending Southwest Region champions.
The lady Titans won with a team score of 171, while the Wildfire-Tigers co-op followed with 158.5. The boys pulled away with 217.5 points for the win, but Bowman County and Mott-Regent-New England were neck-and-neck in second and third with 146 and 143 points, respectively.
Killdeer senior Shawnee Hansen won both the 100 and 200 sprints, breaking the 13-second barrier in the 100 with a time of 12.93.
Dickinson Trinity won three relays, but the Bulldogs team of junior Abby Smyle, senior Ellie Stafford, sophomore Jenna Buccholz and Esmeralda Madrigal won the 4x100 relay. Smyle earned first in the 100-meter hurdles, while Mott-Regent-New England junior Morgan Hertz won the 300 hurdles.
The Cowboys dominated in the field events, with senior Steena Larsen topping the podium in both the discus and javelin, while junior Brooke Reiss was the best shot put thrower and junior Chelsey Morlock won pole vault.
The Titan boys picked up major points on the track, with senior Kaden Kuntz winning the 100 and 200, senior Reece Anderson winning the 400, and freshman Caleb Hansen running the 1,600 the fastest.
Senior Aric Knopik took first in the 300-meter hurdles, while the Titans earned victory in both the 4x200 and 4x400 relays. Mott-Regent New England won the 4x100 and 4x800.
Bulldogs seniors Brian Anaya and Alex Madrigal were victorious in the triple jump and pole vault, respectively.
Junior Brady Dillon of Hettinger-Scranton won the discus with a throw of 142 feet, two inches and Killdeer senior Dylan Tabor took first in the javelin.Boys: Girls: