Wildcats win Bunn Relays
HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt boys track squad won their own Charlie Bunn Relays on Friday, topping North Central Conference rival Webster City for the crown.
The Wildcats scored 188 points, with the Lynx at 145. Pocahontas Area (84) was third, and Algona (63) took fifth.
Humboldt senior Quinton Orr doubled up as both the 1600- and 3200-meter run champion. Orr ran a 4:44.19 and a 10:34.96, respectively.
Wildcat teammate Caden Matson was the 400-meter hurdles gold medalist in 58.53. Humboldt’s Cale Hundertmark took the 200-meter dash in 23.52.
Eric Wittrock (2:00.13) prevailed in the 800. The Wildcats’ 4×400 team of Madson, Christensen, Orr and Wittrock grabbed first in 3:30.32, and the distance medley (Owen Hubbell, Ryder Wickett, Carson Berte and Orr) prevailed in 3:47.89.
The Humboldt shuttle hurdle relay of Jordan Coon, Troy Gerjets, Christensen and Matson crossed the tape as champs in 1:02.54.
In the field events, the Wildcats’ Aiden Christensen won the high jump (5-10). Lance Coon (19-7) was triumphant in the long jump.
For Webster City, Kaiyu Levongkhom crossed first in the 110-meter hurdles (15.36). The Lynx 4×100 quartet of Riley LaSourd, Skyler Scott, Keegan Hisler and CJ Hisler took gold in 45.43, as did the 4×800 foursome of Jacob Willson, Brayden Henely, Tristen Maxwell and Cole Reiling (9:10.30).
Webster City’s J.J. Moore was the discus (140-6) and shot put (52-3) champ.
Trey Oehlertz of Pocahontas Area captured the 100-meter dash in 11.22.
Humboldt also brought home the junior varsity crown with 153 points. Coon was a double winner individually in both the 110 highs (16.79) and 400 lows (1:05.30).
The Wildcats will compete in the Dodger Relays on Monday in Fort Dodge, beginning at 4:30 p.m.