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Men’s indoor team wins 4th straight NSAA title

BROOKINGS, S.D. -- The Dickinson State men's indoor track and field team took home their fourth straight NSAA conference title. The women's team took second. Junior Cain Boschee won both the 60 and 200 meter sprints, while junior Jay Liggins took...

BROOKINGS, S.D. - The Dickinson State men’s indoor track and field team took home their fourth straight NSAA conference title. The women’s team took second. Junior Cain Boschee won both the 60 and 200 meter sprints, while junior Jay Liggins took first in long and triple jump.

On the women’s side of competition, Blue Hawk senior Paitton Herbst won the 600, 800 and 1600 meter races.

Results SaturdayMen’s Results1, Dickinson State 195. 2, Valley City State 109. 3, Dakota State 104. 4, Jamestown 57. 5, Waldorf 55. 6, Viterbo 37. 60: 1, Cain Boschee, DSU, 6.99.200: 1, Boschee, DSU, 22.35. 2, Cleet Wrzesinski, DSU, 22.68. 10, Lewis Dobitz, DSU, 23.38. 400: 3, Gave Meschke, DSU, 50.64. 5, Chase Andersen, DSU, 51.28. 600: 1, Rodney Henry, DSU, 1:22.69. 6, Trace Jones, DSU, 1:26.48.800: 2, Henry, DSU, 1:56.02. 5, Daniel Aguirre, DSU, 2:03.36. 1 mile: 4, Tristen Guillot, DSU, 4:42.55. 3,000: 8, Ernest Franssen III, DSU, 9:38.42. 11, Hunter Flynn, DSU, 9:54.77. 14, Trey SMollack, DSU, 10:12.43.5000: 5, Franssen III, DSU, 16:27.10. 8, Smollack, DSU, 17:38.53.60 hurdles: 2, Wrzesinski, DSU, 8.62. 7, Tommy Sease, DSU, 9.23.1,600 relay: 1, DSU (Meschke, Andersen, Dobitz, Henry), 3:25.09.3,200 relay: 1, DSU (Flynn, Aguirre, Jones, Dakota Mansfield), 8:42.63. High jump: 4, Jared Steinbeiser, DSU, 1.82m. 7, Sease, DSU, 1.77m. Pole vault: 1, Haakon Frederickson, DSU, 4.05m. Sease, DSU, 3.75m. Long jump: 1, Jay Liggins, DSU, 6.83m. 2, Ty Stanton, DSU, 6.81m. 3, Wrzesinski, DSU, 6.76m. 6, Tyler Quilling, DSU, 6.03m. Triple jump: 1, Liggins, DSU, 13.9m. 2, Quilling, DSU, 13.58m. 3, Stanton, 13.5m. 9, Steinbeiser, DSU, 11.84m. Shot put: 1, Jeff Fisher, DSU, 14.17m. 4, Blade Miller, DSU, 13.89m. 9, Reece Hutton, DSU, 12.29m. Weight throw: 5, Fisher, DSU, 13.96m. 6, Hutton, DSU, 12.52m.Women’s Results1, Jamestown 167.5. 2, Dickinson State 164. 3, Valley City State 71. 4, Viterbo 63.5. 5, Dakota State 58. Waldorf 27.60: 1, Ashley Caswell, V, 7.99. 4, Megan Erickson, DSU, 8.11. 6, Shelbi McGee, DSU, 8.14.200: 1, Abby Honeyman, DSU, 27.07. 2, Josie Wolf, DaSU, 26.94. 6, Erickson, DSU, 27.5. 11, McGee, DSU, 27.19. 400: 1, Kylee Voigt, J, 1:00.75. 6, McGee, DSU, 1:03.62. 11, Scotti Robinson, DSU, 1:08.39.600: 1, Paitton Herbst, DSU, 1:39.40. 2, Hannah Christenson, J, 1:38.76. 5, Lisa Townsend, DSU, 1:45.46.800: 1, Herbst, DSU, 2:28.88. 2, Lindi Chadwick, J, 2:32.21. 3, Bailey Smith, DSU, 2:26.26. 4, Townsend, DSU, 2:30.08.1 mile: 1, Herbst, DSU, 5:29.67. 2, Wilson, DSU, 5:28.72. 3, Smith, DSU, 5:34.72. 3,000: 1, Marissa Kuik, W, 10:54.61. 2, Wilson, DSU, 11:07.24. 9, Julia Falcon, DSU, 11:33. 94. 11, Jade Sheffield, DSU, 12:04.58. 12, Brittney Grove, DSU, 12:35.66.5,000: 1, Kuik, W, 18:40.13. 5, Falcon, DSU, 20:35.89. 7, Sheffield, DSU, 21:33.60.60 hurdles: 1, Kaiann Arellano, J, 9.4. 2, Honeyman, DSU, 9.17. 6, Lexee Craig, DSU, 10.13. 8, Zoee Boschee, DSU, 10.23. 1,600 relay: 1, Jamestown (Voigt, Julia Johnson, Beth Alexander, Christenson), 4:08.08. 2, DSU (Erickson, Smith, Townsend, Herbst), 4:09.05. 3,200 relay: 1, DSU (Townsend, Grove, Smith, Wilson), 10:34.70. High jump: 1, Arellano, J, 1.65m. 2, Megan Dailey, DSU, 1.55m. 3, Shelby Gustafson, DSU, 1.5m. 3, Sage Collins, DSU, 1.5m. 8, Boschee, DSU, 1.4m.Pole vault: 1, Craig, DSU, 3.17m. 2, Hannah Coleman, V, 3.17m. 5, Jade Derby, DSU, 2.87m. Long jump: 1, Caswell, V, 5.44m. 6, Kadara Marshall, DSU, 4.96m. 9, Honeyman, DSU, 4.71m. Triple jump: 1, Marshall, DSU, 11.14m. 6, Dailey, DSU, 10.29m. 7, Gustafson, DSU, 10.25m. 10, Derby, DSU, 9.29m.Shot put: 9, Mailani Thomas, DSU, 10.96m. 14, Savannah Walker, DSU, 10.55m. Weight throw: 5, Thomas, DSU, 13.81m. 14, Walker, DSU, 11.10m.

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