Dodgers grab three golds
WAUKEE — The Fort Dodge boys track squad picked up three first-place finishes here Thursday night at the Waukee Invitational.
The host Warriors placed first overall in the team standings, followed by Indianola and Ankeny Centennial. The Dodgers finished seventh.
FDSH sophomore Tyler Schreier won the 100-meter dash, clipping Indianola’s Kolby Kolarik. Schreier clocked a time of 11.12 to prevail in the race, with Kolarik finishing in 11.35.
Fort Dodge was also first in both the 4×200 (1:32.02) and 4×400 (3:34.01) relays. Schreier, Brycen Bell, Asle Thorson and Tysen Kershaw were the foursome in both relays.
“Tyler should be in Drake for the 100 now, along with our 4×2 and 4×1 (the official cutoff was Thursday),” FDSH head coach John McBride said. “The 4×4 is right there as well.
“The weather conditions were not ideal, but we came out and had some good times.”
Anthony Wagner placed third in the 400 hurdles in 59.45, with Trey Kasperbauer finishing fifth in 59.83. Kasperbauer was also ffith in the 110 hurdles (15.62).
Algona competed in the Class B portion of the event, finishing sixth overall. Sammonte Bawden was a double-winner, with Trey Engen also picking up gold.
The Bulldogs won the 4×100 in 44.51.
Bawden won the 100 in 10.78 and the 200 in 22.00. Engen was first in the 1600 (4:27.22).
Fort Dodge runs next Monday at Mason City.