BISMARCK - In the final meet of a decorated high school track and field career, Kaden Kuntz experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.

The Dickinson Trinity senior added another state title to his resume, but in his last race as a Titan, he was unable to cross the finish line.

Competing as the overwhelming favorite in the 200-meter dash, Kuntz pulled up lame as he approached the 100-meter mark. Tumbling down on the track, he lay face down before he was helped up onto a cart and driven to the trainer's room.

"I just heard a pop in my hamstring and I knew it was something," Kuntz said.

Examined by the medical staff at the MDU Resources Community Bowl, Kuntz avoided a full tear of his right hamstring, but the pulled hamstring he suffered left him with only 50 percent range of motion in his right left. With his family by his side, the senior left the trainer's room.

"It was definitely devastating, just it being my last race ever of my high school career. Having to go out like that, it just really sucks," Kuntz remarked. "The thing that really affects me the most is my team, it would've been big points for our team if I was able to place high in that event and it just hurts me not being able to get points for my team, be there for my team."

Dickinson Trinity, the 2018 Class B boys state champions, could not go back-to-back as the team finished third with 54 points on Saturday, May 25. Kindred won the title after compiling 71.5 points, while New Town placed second with 56 points.

Prior to his injury, Kuntz successfully defended his 100-meter crown with a blistering time of 11.05 seconds. He rejoiced in victory by opening his arms and producing a wide smile as he crossed the finish line.

"It was great. I had a really good start, so that helped a lot," Kuntz said. "I kind of knew at the 50-meter mark that I just needed to run my race. At the end, it was really nice to be able to win that."

Earning fourth in the long jump the morning before, Kuntz' day started in the 4x200-meter relay, as he teamed with juniors Luke Volesky, Ethan Kudrna, and senior Aric Knopik to a third-best finish.

Knopik collected the most points for Trinity, highlighted by sparkling performance in 110-meter hurdles. The senior established a substantial lead halfway through and captured the state title with a time of 14.79. He also notched third in the high jump and second in the 300-meter hurdles.

"I've been fighting for this since my eighth-grade year. I've been getting third place the last three years and to finally accomplish what I've been striving for this whole time feels great," Knopik said of his triumph.

"It's not a (personal record), but I'm happy with it. At state, it's more about place than it is about time, so I'm just happy to take first."

The Titans featured two more high placers as senior Isaac Fridrich earned fourth in the shot put and freshman Caleb Larson was sixth in the 3,200.

Bringing one of the largest rosters to state, Bowman County collected seventh place with 33.5 points. The Bulldogs were aided by solid showings in the first day, as senior Adam Powell was fifth in the long jump, and seniors Corban Massey and Alex Madrigal were third and tied for fifth, respectively, in the pole vault.

On day two, junior Jacob Svihovec placed in two events, taking third in the triple jump and eighth in the 110 hurdles. Fellow junior Moritz Melzer was fifth in the shot put. At the end of the meet, Bowman County head coach Jonathan Jahner was named Class B Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year.

Hansen helps Killdeer snatch 11th

On the girls side of the Class B track and field meet, Rugby topped the leaderboard, collecting its third team state championship with 84.5 points. Thompson followed in second with 67.5 points.

Beulah was the highest-placing school out of the Southwest Region, as the Miners took seventh with 32 points. Next on the conference list was Killdeer. With 23.5 points, the ladies in orange finished just outside the top 10 in 11th.

As she has done through much of the season, Shawnee Hansen led the Cowboys. The senior anchored Killdeer's 4x200 relay team before competing in the 100, taking sixth in each event. Entering the 400 as the No. 2 seed, she suffered disappointment when she could only muster ninth in the finals.

"I had some tough luck in the 400," Hansen said. "I'm OK with it. It hurt a little bit, but it's OK."

Shaking off her frustration, Hansen put together a splendid effort in the 200, crossing the stripe in third in 26.62. Her time was just one-hundredth of a second off her season-best mark.

"I just thought to myself that this is my last race, I just have to go out with a bang and push myself until I hit the finish line," Hansen said.

The pole vault was Killdeer's strongest event with three Cowboys standing on the podium at its conclusion. With a mark of 9 feet, junior Chelsey Morlock was the best of the bunch. She claimed fourth while eighth-graders Danielle Dobitz and Gracie Doe were tied for fifth and seventh, respectively.

"It was kind of my first time doing something on my own, like accomplishing something, so I felt really proud and happy," Morlock said. "I'm just very proud."

Dickinson Trinity was just behind Killdeer in the team standings, completing the day in 12th with 20.5 points.

Featuring the No. 1 seed in the 4x200 relay, the Titans appeared well on its way to victory as they held a lead when junior Brinklyn Schumacher handed the baton to sophomore Kara Wanner for the final leg of the race. Central Cass' Decontee Smith was charging, though. The Squirrels eighth-grader ran down Wanner and gave her team the win by 0.18 seconds.

In the field, Bre Tessier produced Trinity's best individual result. Earning third in the javelin, the senior established a personal record with a throw of 127-00.

"My goal was to get in the top three cause last year I took fourth at state, so I just wanted to make it better than last year, and I got that," Tessier said.

Other area highlights

Getting Richardton-Taylor on the board in day one with a third-place finish in the high jump, sophomore Skylar Crow captured eighth in the 100. Raiders junior Ieesha Jordan was sixth in the javelin as the team finished tied for 22nd with 10 points. Fellow junior Owen Voigt led the boys' efforts, placing seventh in the triple jump and sixth in the 300 hurdles.

"I think (the race) went better than planned, coming in ranked in seventh and I got sixth," Voigt said. "Got a good start and 'just keep your legs turning over,' that's what coach always tells me. I just got to the hurdles and sprinted after every single one."

Qualifying for the 400 with a time of 51.89, Beach's Jared Wojahn shattered his previous personal record by chopping more than a second off that mark. The senior finished second with a time of 50.62.

"I kind of just ran my own race. I started off and coasted the first 100 and starting kicking it in at 170 meters," Wojahn said. "I knew I had to do what it takes and give it my all. I've been stretching since early this morning, so I was pretty loose coming into the race. ... It was tiring, but I got-er-done for Beach High School."

At state in 2018, Killdeer senior Dylan Tabor did not record a distance in the javelin after being a pre-event favorite. He waited 12 months for a chance at redemption and while a seventh-place finish in 2019 left a lot to be desired, Tabor was happy to have his spot on the podium.

"The runway was a little muddy, and I couldn't get my best throws in," Tabor said. "(Placing) definitely makes me feel a little better, but you always wish you could do a little better. It makes me leave on a good mark, go out in a good way."

Last season, Mott-Regent-New England junior Morgan Hertz created a career highlight by taking second in the 300 hurdles. However, her hope of repeating or bettering last year's performance was eliminated when she stumbled in the middle of the race. Taking ninth in the finals, Hertz was in tears before she crossed the finish line. Despite the dejection, Hertz still got her moment on the podium by taking seventh in the 100 hurdles.

"Well, I didn't really want to fall, it wasn't really in the race plan, but it's part of the race and it happens to a lot of people," Hertz said with a laugh. "The 100 hurdles was not the one I wanted to place in, but it still was nice to kind of redeem myself and get on the stage."

Class B State Track and Field Meet

Results Saturday

Boys team scores: 1, Kindred, 71.5. 2, New Town, 56. 3, Dickinson Trinity, 54. 4, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 53. 5, Central Cass, 42.50. 6, Edgeley-Kulm, 38. 7, Bowman County, 33.5. T8, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 32. T8, Beulah, 32. 10, Oak Grove, 28. 11, Rugby, 26. T12, Northern Lights, 20. T12, New Rockford-Sheyenne, 20. T14, Stanley, 16. T14, Oakes, 16. 16, Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark, 14. 17, Grafton, 13. 18, Carrington, 12. 19, Trinity Christian, 11. T20, Sargent County, 10. T20, Lisbon, 10. T20, Rolette-Wolford, 10. T20, Burke Central, 10. T20, Standing Rock, 10. T20, Surrey, 10. T26, Hankinson, 9. T26, Grant County-Flasher, 9. 28, Nelson County, 8.50. T29, Beach, 8. T29, Benson County, 8. 31, Thompson, 7. T32, Northern Cass, 6. T32, Hazen, 6. T32, Drayton-Valley-Edinburg, 6. 35, Richardton-Taylor, 5. T36, Enderlin-Maple Valley, 4. T36, Shiloh Christian, 4. T38, Bishop Ryan, 3. T38, Hettinger-Scranton 3. T40, Killdeer, 2. T40, Powers Lake, 2. T40, Medina-Pingree-Buchanan, 2.

100: 1, Kaden Kuntz, DT, 11.05. 2, Junior Totay, CC, 11.23. 3, Ethan Decker, TC, 11.30. 4, Bryar Erickson, MWL, 11.34. 5, Johnnie Brown, Beu., 11.38. 6, Isaac Olson, OG, 11.43. 7, Isaac Luithle, HCV, 11.55. 8, Steffan Dauwlder, St., 11.65.

200: 1, Devonte Figeroa, Kin., 22.85. 2, Erickson, MWL, 23.05. 3, Gunnar Braaten, Kin., 23.09. 4, Decker, TC, 23.10. 5, Luithle, HCV, 23.15. 6, Trey Lunneborg, MWL, 23.20. 7, Dallas Brandt, Kin., 23.21. 8, Dauwlder, S, 23.31.

400: 1, Colby Antell, SR, 49.96. 2, Jared Wojahn, Bea., 50.62. 3, Dauwlder, St., 50.89. 4, Tommy Kern, G, 50.94. 5, Braeden Knutson, CC, 51.42. 6, Logan Sell, 51-57. 7, Tristin Johnson, No. C, 52.16. 8, Trey Rosenau, C, 52.41.

800: 1, Isaac Huber, EK, 1:56.13. 2, Jaiven Hale, NT, 1:58.51. 3, Coy Spooner, DLBLC, 1:58.91. 4, Jake Leininger, Ne. C, 1:58.91. 5, Chase Fossum, HCV, 1:59.23. 6, Robert White, NT, 1:59.23. 7, Pierce Copper, T, 2:00.53. 8, Johnson, No. C, 2:00.83.

(Friday) 1,600: 1, Huber, EK, 4:17.58. 2, Hale, NT, 4:24.70. 3, White, NT, 4:58.21. 4, Payton Smith, C, 4:29.12. 5, Noah Rolfe, St., 4:29.36. 6, Jacob Hendrickson, T, 4:36.12. 7, Addison Red Fox, NT, 4:37.38. 8, Patrick Wrigley, Sh. C, 4:37.97.

3,200: 1, Huber, EK, 9:27.89. 2, Hale, NT, 9:38.47. 3, White, NT, 9:47.27. 4, Smith, C, 9:48.98. 5, Rolfe, St., 9:55.10. 6, Caleb Hansen, DT, 9:56.45. 7, Hendrickson, T, 10:03.80. 8, Wrigley, Sh. C, 10:05.60.

110 hurdles: 1, Aric Knopik, DT, 14.79. 2, Kadin Olson, Kin., 15.41. 3, Evan Braaten, MWL, 15.44. 4, Wyatt Runck, L, 16.09. 5, Clay Kummer, Su., 16.18. 6, Hunter Allmaras, No. C, 16.26. 7, Bryson Tripp, MPB, 16.78. 8, Jacob Svihovec, Bo. C, 16.97.

300 hurdles: 1, Knutson, CC, 39.70. 2, Knopik, DT, 40.39. 3, Kummer, Su., 40.79. 4, Darien Hauf, DLBLC, 41.31. 5, E. Braaten, MWL, 41.43. 6, Owen Voigt, RT, 42.03. 7, Keith Vetsch, R, 42.47. 8, Olson, Kin., 42.50.

400 relay: 1, Central Cass (Totay, Wes Koetz, Will Ellison, Knutson), 43.72. 2, Kindred, 43.75. 3, Beulah, 44.21. 4, Rugby, 44.62. 5, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 44.97. 6, Bowman County (Matt Osendorf, Caleb Duffield, Brody Headley, Adam Powell), 45.15. 7, Shiloh Christian, 45.24. 8, Dickinson Trinity (Ethan Kudrna, Matt Stafford, Cheydan Hauf, Luke Volesky), 45.38.

800 relay: 1, Kindred (Brandt, Alex Rossow, G. Braaten, Figueroa), 1:29.48. 2, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 1:30.66. 3, Dickinson Trinity (Kudrna, Volesky, Knopik, Kuntz), 1:32.28. 4, Rugby, 1:32.50. 5, Central Cass, 1:32.74. 6, Bishop Ryan, 1:33.20. 7, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 1:33.59. 8, Beulah, 1:34.93.

1,600 relay: 1, Oakes (David Schmitz, Brackin Awender, Garret Meehl, Sell), 3:28.56. 2, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 3:28.62. 3, Kindred, 3:29.81. 4, New Town, 3:30.73. 5, Oak Grove, 3:31.97. 6, Central Cass, 3:32.54. 7, Bowman County (Duffield, Powell, Headley, Alex Madrigal), 3:33.33. 8, Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark, 3:35.31.

(Friday) 3,200 relay: 1, Carrington (Jacob Rexin, Rosenau, Kaleb Alinder, Smith), 8:38.02. 2, Shiloh Christian, 8:58.02. 3, Rugby, 9:02.32. 4, Benson County, 9:04.94. 5, Powers Lake, 9:04.94. 5, Beulah, 9:07.46. 7, Mott-Regent-New England (Joseph Harmon, Asad Watson-Buffalo, Michael Frank, Pablo Ruez), 9:08.80. 8, Central McLean, 9:18.08.

High jump: 1, Cole Slaubaugh, RW, 6-04. 2, Jaden Hamilton, R, J6-04. 3, Knopik, DT, 6-02. 4, Ezra Longthorne, HCV, 6-00. T5, Gavin Keller, Kin., J6-00. T5, Leininger, Ne. C, J6-00. 7, Nate Battest, Beu., J6-00. 8, Devan Michels, R, J6-00.

(Friday) Pole vault: 1, Kaleb McGraw, Beu., 12-06. 2, John Fischer, Be. C, 12-00. 3, Corban Massey, Bo. C, J12-00. 4, Peyton McNea, L, J12-00. T5, Kaden Quam, CC, 11-06. T5, Madrigal, Bo. C, 11-06. 7, Gabriel Pfligr, Haz., J11-06. 8, Eli Barbot, Beu., J11-00.

(Friday) Long jump: 1, Bo Belquist, NRS, 21-09.75. 2, Brown, Beu., 21-08.5. 3, Connor Ottmar, GCF, 21-06.5. 4, Kuntz, DT, 21-00.25. 5, Adam Powell, Bo. C, 20-08.75. 6, Michael Hall, Kin., J20-08.75. 7, Longthorne, HCV, 20-07.5. 8, Ty Lachowitzer, HS, J20-07.5.

Triple jump: 1, Belquist, NRS, 45-06.5. 2, Hall, Kin., 44-04.75. 3, Svihovec, Bo. C, 43-10.5. 4, Corey Mattern, R, 43-04. 5, Benson, HCV, 42-11.5. 6, Ottmar, GCF, 42-09.50. 7, Voigt, RT, 42-07.5. 8, Garrett Ward, Haz., 42-04.

Shot put: 1, Dawson Schroeder, NL, 57-03.5. 2, Austin Widmer, OG, 54-03. 3, Kaden Pastian, HCV, 52-02.5. 4, Issac Fridrich, DT, 52-01. 5, Moritz Melzer, Bo. C, 50-04. 6, Troy Dietz, Sa. C, 49-03. 7, Adam Neustel, Sa. C, 49-01.5. 8, Aiden Nordloef, PL, 49-00.

(Friday) Discus: 1, Pastian, HCV, 180-04. 2, Widmer, OG, 175-06. 3, Schroeder, NL, 158-09. 4, Neustel, Sa. C, 143-11. 5, Hayden Boll, Han., 142-11. 6, Ward, Haz., 140-09. 7, Brady Dillon, HS, 135-07. 8, Nordloef, PL, 133-04.

Javelin: 1, Tevin Dix, Bu. C, 168-10. 2, Dalton Albrecht, G, 165-05. 3, Connor Slama, DVE, 164-07. 4, Hayden Boll, Han., 161-04. 5, Max Defender, NL, 157-05. 6, Andrew Dethlefsen, O, 154-03. 7, Dylan Tabor, Kil., 154-00. 8, Zane Gruba, EMV, 152-06.

Girls team scores: 1, Rugby, 84.5. 2, Thompson, 67.5. 3, Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 40. 4, Central Cass, 38. 5, Oakes, 36.5. 6, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 33. 7, Beulah, 32. 8, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 30. 9, Parshall, 29. 10, Garrison-Max, 25. 11, Killdeer, 23.5. 12, Dickinson Trinity, 20.5. T13, Nelson County, 20. T13, Carrington, 20. 15, Kidder County, 17.5. 16, Harvey-Wells County, 16. T17, Kindred, 13. T17, Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark, 13. T17, Bowman County, 13. T20, Stanley, 11. T20, Edgeley-Kulm, 11. T22, South Border, 10. T22, Richardton-Taylor, 10. T24, Southern McLean, 9. T24, Benson County, 9. 26, Shiloh Christian, 8.5. T27, Grant County-Flasher, 8. T27, Center-Stanton, 8. T29, Griggs County Central, 7. T29, Rolette-Wolford, 7. T29, North Star, 7. T29, May-Port CG, 7. 33, Richland, 6.5. 34, Hankinson, 6. T35, New Rockford-Sheyenne, 5. T35, Bottineau, 5. T35, Northern Lights, 5. T38, Lisbon, 4. T38, Mohall-lansford-Sherwood, 4. T40, Pembina County North, 3. T40, Kenmare-Bowbells, 3. 40, Northern Cass, 3. T43, Enderlin-Maple Valley, 2. T43, Medina-Pingree-Buchanan, 2. T43, Mott Regent-New England, 2. T43, Central McLean, 2. T47, Glen Ullin-Hebron, 1. T47, Park River-Fordville-Lank, 1. T47, Hatton-Northwood, 1. T47, Hazen, 1.

100: 1, Lanie Awender, O, 12.55. 2, Kristina Brossart, R, 12.92. 3, Aliya Schock, Sh. C, 13.26. 4, Elise Wisnewski, CC, 13.26. 5, Kaitlyn Klein, GM, 13.29. 6, Shawnee Hansen, Kil., 13.30. 7, Danielle Hagler, NS, 13.33. 8, Skylar Crow, RT, 13.44.

200: 1, Awender, O, 25.85. 2, Wisnewski, CC, 26.35. 3, Hansen, Kil., 26.62. 4, Lexis Olson, LAEM, 26.72. 5, Jalyn Hall, P, 26.78. 6, Brossart, R, 26.85. 7, Gracie Bohl, MPB, 26.86. 8, Klein, GM, 26.88.

400: 1, J. Hall, 58.92. 2, Anni Stier, R, 59.75. 3, Cedar Hall, 59.75. 4, Decontee Smith, CC, 59.78. 5, Kyley Lauf, DLBLC, 59.92. 6, Kelsie Belquist, NRS, 1:00.34. 7, Emma Baasch, EMV, 1:00.45. 8, Vanessa Cooper, PRFL, 1:00.96.

800: 1, Lana Krack, T, 2:18.21. 2, Reagan Baesler, HCV, 2:21.63. 3, Jensyn Zink, HCV, 2:22.95. 4, Harys Beauchamp, Beu., 2:24.09. 5, Norah Entzi, EK, 2:24.85. 6, Drew Frolek, MWL, 2:24.87. 7, Jaci Fischer, Bo. C, 2:24.87. 8, Brynn Hyttinen, SM, 2:25.02.

(Friday) 1,600: 1, Krack, T, 5:04.38. 2, Elise Ramberg, LAEM, 5:19.21. 3, Dreah Frolek, MWL, 5:20.81. 4, Baesler, HCV, 5:21.68. 5, Amanda Jarrett, C, 5:21.91. 6, Quinn Neppl, Be. C, 5:23.66. 7, Anna Strand, MPCG, 5:28.48. 8, Fischer, Bo. C, 5:28.99.

3,200: 1, Krack, T, 11:08.00. 2, Ramberg, LAEM, 11:24.76. 3, Neppl, Be. C, 11:34.08. 4, Am. Jarrett, C, 11:39.37. 5, Drea., Frolek, MWL, 11:39.87. 6, Peyton Gette, Ki., 11:42.85. 7, Hannah Westin, Sh. C, 11:43.72. 8, Jenna Soine, HN. 11:44.18.

100 hurdles: 1, Izzy Shirek, T, 15.38. 2, Tia Horning, Beu., 16.21. 3, Zoey Heid, GCF, 16.47. 4, Sara Bonn, DLBLC, 16.59. 5, Makalya Heinrich, Kin., 16.60. 6, Maria Blessum, R, 16.71. 7, Morgan Hertz, MRNE, 16.72. 8, Laura Paulsrud, HCV, 17.02.

300 hurdles: 1, Shirek, 45.21. 2, Lexis Olson, LAEM, 45.62. 3, Stier, R, 46.42. 4, Horning, Beu., 47.36. 5, Heinrich, Kin., 47.57. 6, Karli Klein, GM, 47.69. 7, Belquist, NRS, 47.78. 8, Allison Jarrett, C, 47.81.

400 relay: 1, Central Cass (Wisnewski, Kylie Grommesh, KaliRae Garcia, Smith), 50.57. 2, Garrison-Max, 50.66. 3, Dickinson Trinity (Masy Kuntz, Kylen Kubas, Brinklyn Schumacher, Kara Wanner), 50.80. 4, Bottineau, 51.05. 5, Beulah, 51.29. 6, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 51.38. 7, Northern Cass, 51.70. 8, Oakes, 51.71.

800 relay: 1, Central Cass (Wisnewski, Grommesh, Mayzee Jacobson, Smith), 1:47.07. 2, Dickinson Trinity (Kuntz, Kubas, Schumacher, Wanner), 1:47.25. 3, Garrison-Max, 1:47.65. 4, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 1:48.91. 5, Oakes, 1:49.10. 6, Killdeer (Karly Bang, Chelsey Morlock, Kelly Bang, Hansen), 1:49.52. 7, Kindred, 1:49.95. 8, Bowman County (Esmeralda Madrigal, Jenna Buchholz, Abby Smyle, Ellie Stafford), 1:50.06.

1,600 relay: 1, Rugby (Ellie Duchscherr, Emily Mattern, M. Blessum, Stier), 4:06.09. 2, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 4:11.22. 3, Thompson, 4:12.50. 4, Carrington, 4:13.39. 5, Bowman County (Madrigal, Alexius Miller, Buchholz, Stafford), 4:14.02. 6, Kenmare-Bowbells, 4:14.07. 7, Central McLean, 4:14.12. 8, Parshall, 4:14.35.

(Friday) 3,200 relay: 1, Thompson (Claire Snyder, Kaela Schultz, Emma Cullen, Krack), 10:04.33. 2, Parshall, 10:09.98. 3, Milnor-Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 10:10.41. 4, Carrington, 10:16.01. 5, Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 10:16.67. 6, Bowman County (Madrigal, Miller, Rhyann Heyen, Fischer), 10:18.99. 7, Rugby, 10:24.35. 8, May-Port CG, 10:27.84.

High jump: 1, Beauchamp, Beu., 5-01. T2, Malori Pletcher, LAEM, J5-01. T2, Maren Bernston, EK, J5-01. T4, Brooke Blessum, R, 4-11. T4, Kennedy Harter, KC, 4-11. 6, Elaine Martinez, PC, J4-11. T7, Kennedy Flaa, R, J4-11. T7, Shirek, T, J4-11.

Pole vault: 1, M. Blessum, R, 11-00. 2, Brook Tibke, SM, 9-00. 3, B. Blessum, R, J9-00. 4, Morlock, K, J9-00. 4, Chelsey Morlock, Kil., J9-00. T5, Clarie Wagner, Oakes, 8-06. T5, Danielle Dobitz, Kil., 8-06. 7, Gracie Doe, Kil., J8-06. T8, Alyssa Larson, Sh. C, 8-00. T8, Schumacher, DT, 8-00.

(Friday) Long jump: 1, B. Blessum, R, 17-03.5. 2, Makenna Vollmer, HWC, J17-03.5. 3, Crow, RT, 17-02.75. 4, Danielle Hagler, NS, 16-10. 5, Emma Arstein, RW, 16-09. 6, Kennedy Harter, KC, 16-08. 7, Ellie Stafford, BC, 16-06.25. 8, Faith Aasen, No. C, 16-02.50.

Triple jump: 1, Harter, KC, 37-06. 2, B. Blessum, R, 36-04.5. 5, Vollmer, HWC, 35-07. 4, Flaa, R, 35-02.25. 5, Nora Peterson, May-Port CG. 6, Jessica Kuchera, MWL, 34-08.75. 7, Isabella Boyer, GCF, 34-03.5. 8, Arstein, RW, 34-01.75.

Shot put: 1, Paige Haakenson, Ne. C, 39-04. 2, Sadie Hansen, O, 38-10. 3, Jasmin Mauch, Han., 38-10. 4, Erin Haugen, GCC, 37-09.5. 5, Skylar McLain, MLS, 36-07.5. 6, Rebecca Bohrer, S, 36-00. 7, Liberty Hook, GCC, 35-11. 8, Angel Bobbe, Haz., 35-03.

Discus: 1, Haakenson, Ne. C, 122-08. 2, Kori Nagel, CS, 120-06. 3, Jacoby Glasser, R, 113-08. 4, Abby Magnuson, HCV, J113-08. 5, Chloe Gunderson, DLBLC, 110-04. 6, Haley Huesers, GM, 109-10. 7, Makayla Jones, HWC, 109-02. 8, Steena Larsen, Kil., 109-01.

Javelin: 1, Faith Docker, SB, 138-09. 2, Hayley Schmidt, S, 131-11. 3, Bre Tessier, DT, 127-00. 4, Emma Mitchell, NL, 126-08. 5, Kendra Odegard, L, 126-08. 6, Ieesha Jordan, RT, 121-06. 7, Maria Leonard, RW, 115-00. 8, Kinsey Zuroff, GUH, 11-08.