Humboldt wins again

POCAHONTAS — The Humboldt boys track team picked up another title here Thursday, winning the Pocahontas Relays.

The Wildcats scored 177 points with host Pocahontas Area placing second. Webster City was third, South Central Calhoun fourth and Southeast Valley fifth in Class A.

In Class B, Alta/Aurelia was first with Emmetsburg placing third, Eagle Grove fourth, Manson Northwest Webster fifth and Newell-Fonda sixth.

Jamison Heinz claimed three individual crowns, placing first in the 100, 200 and long jump for the Wildcats.

Owen Terwilliger was a double-winner again, capturing both the discus and shot put. Joseph Kunert won the 3200 and Matt Miller the 400. Humboldt also dominated the relays for the second time this week, securing first place in the 4×100, 4×800 and shuttle hurdle races.

Webster City’s Max Harfst won the 800 and Garrett Whitmore the 400 hurdles, with the Lynx adding golds in the 4×200 relay and distance medley.

For South Central Calhoun, Spencer Moon won the 1600 and Josh Van Hulzen the 110 hurdles. The Titans were first in both the 4×400 relay and sprint medley.

Manson Northwest Webster’s Brian Pearson won the 110 hurdles and the Cougars claimed the shuttle hurdle relay. Emmetsburg’s Zach Foxhoven (high jump) and Nick Schany (shot put) were also winners.

Cooper Christians finished first in the high jump for Pocahontas Area and Tyler Naughton of Newell-Fonda won the 800.