The Carlisle boys took sixth on the IATC Indoor Championships March 23 on the College of Dubuque.

Fielding a workforce of 10 athletes, Carlisle completed with 25 factors. Dubuque Hempstead gained the meet with 70 factors with Bellevue at 44 and Dubuque Wahlert at 41.

Sophomore Jacob Imhoff, senior Nolan Brunsen, sophomore Ethan Schlichte and junior Kolby Fritz took third in the 4×400-meter relay in three:34.90 shaving three seconds from their greatest time of the season.

Senior Trenton Beck took third in the lengthy leap with a leap of 20 ft, 9.75 inches.

Brunsen added a fourth in the fifty five-meter hurdles in 7.07. Beck added a sixth-place end in the occasion in 8.28. Sophomore Karson Dunn took eighth in 8.fifty two.

The 4×200-meter relay group of freshman Archer Ogbourne, Dunn, Imhoff and Brunsen ran 1:37.34 to finish seventh. The 4×800-meter relay staff of senior Jon Flaws, junior Kyle Miller, junior Tristen Kessler and Fritz finished seventh in eight:44.sixty one.

Central School Women High Faculty Meet

The Wildcat women competed on the Central School Women Excessive Faculty Indoor Meet on March 22.

Adelynn Ahartz gained the long bounce with a 4.98-meter bounce. Ahartz tied for fourth in the excessive leap clearing 4 ft, 10 inches. Alexandria Beck, Abook Dok and Sydney Berg each cleared 4 ft, eight inches to finish in a tie for seventh.

Freshman Ainsley Erzen finished third in the 200-meter dash in 27.23, took ninth within the 60-meter dash in 8.forty five

Iowa State Excessive Faculty Basic Indoor

The Carlisle women and boys monitor teams competed on the Iowa State Excessive Faculty Basic Indoor with the women happening March 19 and the boys on March 20.

Freshman Ainsley Erzen led the Wildcat women efforts taking first in a area of eighty four competing in the 1,500-meter run. Erzen ran four:58.24 within the 1,500 meters. Erzen also finished fourth in the three,000-meter run in 10:42.forty in a subject of 58.

Senior Adelynn Ahartz had the only different Carlisle prime 10 finish with a ninth out of 86 rivals within the long bounce at 15 ft, 7.25 inches.

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The Carlisle boys introduced house four prime-10 finishes led by senior Trenton Beck’s 21-foot, 7-inch leap to win the long bounce in a subject of ninety four. Competing in the occasion for the first time in his highschool profession, Beck’s leap was the fifth greatest all-time at Carlisle. 

Senior Nolan Brunsen ran fourth in the 60-meter hurdles in 8.60. Sophomore Jacob Imhoff took ninth within the long leap at 19 ft, 9 inches.

The 4×800-meter relay group of senior Jon Flaws and juniors Kyle Miller, Tristen Kessler and Kolby Fritz took sixth in a subject of fifty five with a time of 8:26.85. The time was sixth greatest all time at Carlisle in the occasion.

Ending just outdoors the highest 10, Beck ran a private greatest 8.86 to complete twelfth in the 99-athlete area within the 60-meter hurdles. The 4×400-meter relay group of Imhoff, Brunsen, sophomore Ethan Schlichte and Fritz ran thirteenth in a subject of sixty one in three:36.sixteen. The time was 4 seconds better…