Records fall on rainy Day Two


State Monitor: Data fall on rainy Day Two

Valley relay workforce units new mark


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RAINFALL, SO NOT THE MOST IDEAL CONDITIONS FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACK MEET, BUT THESE KIDS GOT IT DONE AND EVEN BROKE SOME ALL-TIME BEST RECORDS. CLASS FOR A GOT THE BETTER PART OF THE DAY IN THE DUTCH AND THE BOYS TEAM MIGHT’VE HAD THE BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR. J.J. GASS, JOHN SHANER, AND JACOB KELLER, A STATE MEET ALL-TIME BEST FASTEST SINCE 1997. >> ANOTHER TEAM IS GETTING BETTER. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A PURPOSE EVERY TIME YOU ARE ON THE TRACK THAT YOU’RE GOING TO GET BETTER FOR MOMENTS LIKE THESE. REPORTER: FOR THE GIRLS, SHE BRINGS IT HOME FOR THE WARRIORS. HARRIS, ALONGSIDE SCHLICHER, PERRY, AND TAYLOR FINISH AT 41 SECONDS FOR THE GOLD. LET’S JUMP TO THE HURDLES, WHERE THAI THOMPSON OUTRAN THE 400 METER FIELD, RUNNING FIRST. HE DEDICATED THE WIN TO HIS LATE GRANDPARENTS. >> MY DAD, MY FAMILY, MY MOM, AND MY GRANDPARENTS JUST PASSED AWAY LAST SUMMER. THIS IS FOR THEM, TOO. IT WAS HARD, MY LEGS ARE TIRED, BUT IT IS WORTH IT. REPORTER: THE END OF THIS NEXT RACE IS ABSOLUTELY WERE SWAPPI — WORTH WATCHING. IT IS A PHOTO FINISH. TYSON VANDER LINDEN WINS BY 6000’S OF THE SECOND. >> IT WAS NERVE-RACKING. HE BROUGHT ME AROUND WITH HIM. AT THE END, I JUST HAD TO GET THAT. REPORTER: THAT IS ENOUGH RACING, SO I WILL PASS THE STICK TO NICK TABBERT. REPORTER THE SENIOR MIGHT WANT TO THINK ABOUT JOINING THE TRACK AND FIELD TEAM. HE CAME TO THIS MEET WITH ONE OF THE BEST four hundred METER — TIMES — four hundred METER DASH TIMES, THEN DOMINATES THE RACE AND CROSSES THE FINISH LINE IN A 46 SECONDS, A NEW STATE RECORD FOR ALL CLASSES. THE CYCLONES ARE GETTING A SPEEDSTER. YOU ARE WATCHING THE NINTH FASTEST four hundred HURDLES RACE IN NICK DEJONG LAUNCHES A HUGE SHOTPUT. Q HE WINS THE TITLE BY FIVE FEET. AND THE RELAY, MULLENIX WAS PART OF BOTH RUNS. THIS ONE WAS SPECIAL. >> NOT MANY PEOPLE CAN SAY THEY HAVE A TITLE IN THE SAME RELAY WITH THEIR LITTLE BROTHER. I FEEL LUCKY.

State Monitor: Data fall on wet Day Two

Valley relay group sets new mark

Valley wasn’t the one group setting data Friday at State Monitor. KCCI’s Elgin Rucker and Nick Tabbert report.

Valley wasn’t the one group setting data Friday at State Monitor. KCCI’s Elgin Rucker and Nick Tabbert report.

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