Another installment of the Dodger Relays took place Thursday night, as the seventh and eighth grade Fort Dodge boys hosted a meet.
Joining the Dodgers were St. Edmond, Humboldt, Webster City, Ames, Marshalltown and Iowa Falls-Alden with Ankeny competing in the eighth grade events.
Seventh-grader Noah Daniel won two events and was second in a third as he captured the 200-meter dash (26.72) and long jump (17-4). Daniel was also the 100-meter dash runner-up (12.65).
Dreshaun Ross won the 200 hurdles (30.39) and was second in the 100 hurdles (17.78) with the Dodger 4×100 also placing first in 53.29.
Hunter Horn was the high jump runner-up (4-11) with the Fort Dodge 4×200 relay (2:01.11) and shuttle hurdle relay (1:14.06) also placing seconds.
Rylan Lara was third in the 100 hurdles in 18.32.
For the St. Edmond seventh-grade team, Drake Vandi captured the 400 (1:00.02) with the Gael 4×200 (4:20.57) and sprint medley (1:56.55) also placing first.
Kinnick Henning (100/12.77), Koleman Hanson (400/1:02.64) and Thomas Knobbe (800/2:45.80) were third alongside the St. Edmond 4×100 (56.23) and 4×200 (2:01.46) relays.
Webster City’s Cole Nohrenberg won the discus (93-2) and shot put (34-10) with Humboldt claiming the 4×200, 4×800 and distance medley relays.
From the Dodger eighth-graders, Tanner Teske and Mason Liska were event winners. Teske captured the 800 in 2:31.03 with Liska the 1600 in 5:32.73.
Hunter Richardson was the 400 runner-up (58.76) with the shuttle hurdle relay also placing second in 1:15.92.
Richardson added a third in the 200 (25.91) as Jase Nekvinda placed third in the long jump (17-2). The 4×400 for Fort Dodge also claimed bronze in 4:28.59.
St. Edmond won the 4×400 in 4:19.39 with the 4×800 (10:20.88) and distance medley (4:36.66) relays securing seconds. Liam Shannon was third in the 800 (2:34.04) and 1600 (5:39.41), as Klay Baker placed third in the 400 (1:00.61).
From Webster City, Eric Calles won two events (200/24.66) (long jump/18-10.5) with the Lynx also claiming the 4×100, 4×200 and sprint medley relays.
Humboldt’s Coen Matson (100 hurdles/15.88), Mason Van Pelt (discus/103-1 and shot put/41-9.5) and Jackson Dodd (high jump/5-6) were winners alongside the shuttle hurdle and distance medley relays.
Ames won the seventh-grade team title followed by Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Marshalltown, St. Edmond, Webster City and Iowa Falls. Humboldt won the eighth-grade race with Fort Dodge second followed by Ames, Webster City, St. Edmond, Ankeny, Marshalltown and Iowa Falls.