Bennett County Senior John O’Neill finished his high school track career by finishing sixth in the state in the 110 meter high hurdles Saturday in Rapid City at the South Dakota Class A State Track and Field Meet. O’Neill’s time was 16.31 on a cold and rainy morning.
O’Neill qualified for the finals with a 15.93 on Friday at Spearfish, another cold and rainy day of track, that slowed times down in all events.
Warrior Sophomore Taylor Kratovil captured seventh in the girls high jump, clearing 4’11” on a tough day to jump. The event was hampered by a measuring error, forcing Kratovil and several other jumpers who had already cleared their height to wait an additional 45 minutes to jump again.
O’Neill also had a solid performance in the triple jump, finishing 10 with a jump of 40’7.”
Bennett County Sophomore Jeremy Huether finished 10th in the 100 meter dash, clocking a ninth best time of 11.46 in the preliminaries, and a 11.54 in the semifinals, just missing out on the finals. Huether placed 14th in the 200 meter dash and was on the 4x200 relay team that placed 10th and the 4x100 relay team that finished 16th.
Brad Hahn finished 21st in the 100 meters with an 11.9 time and was part of the 4x200, 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams. The 4x400 relay team finished 16th.
The 4x200 meter relay team of Huether, Hahn, Cody Larson and Keali’i Heath had a time of 1:35.21.
The 4x100 meter relay team with the same runners had a 45.79 time.
The 4x400 meter relay team of Hahn, Larson, Heath and Tyler Bakley ran a 3:53.77.
Keali’i Heath finished 16th in the 400 meter run with a 54.38 clocking.
On the girls side, Carli Winter placed 21st with a 29.23 time in the 200 meter dash and finished 18th in the 400 meters with a 1:06.85.
Megan Winter finished 21st with a 1:09.96 in the 400 meters.
See the photo gallery for state track photos.
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