St. Mary teams finish 10th in Chester
May 06. 2014 2:34PM
Jacob Glazier and Anna Wolles had the Cardinals’ top performances at the Thomas Main Invitational Saturday, April 26 at Flyer Field in Chester.
Both the boys and girls teams from St. Mary finished 10th overall.
Wolles ran to a third-place finish in the 1600-meter run with a time of 6:05.1, and in the 3200-meter run she ran a 13:53.3, good enough for fourth place.
She also took seventh in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:46.6.
Ally Mullaney earned a fourth-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.6 seconds. In the 300-meter hurdles she finished fifth with a time of 54.5 seconds.
Clearing a height of four feet seven inches was good enough to earn Mullaney a fifth-place finish in the high jump as well.
Her sister, Kennedi Mullaney, finished 17th in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 22.4 seconds.
Kelly Michel was 11th in the 100-meter dash with a time of 14.0 seconds, and she finished in the same position in the 200-meter dash with a time of 30 seconds.
Earning the Cardianls’ best finish on the boys’ side of the action was Glazier, who finished in the second-place spot in the long jump with a distance of 19 feet .75 inches.
Ariel Herrara finished fourth for St. Mary in the 300-meter hurdles by recording a time of 48.4 seconds.
In the 1600-meter run St. Mary’s Mitch Roemen ran to a fourth-place finish with a time of 5:05.3, and he put up a sixth-place finish in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:18.6.
Cardinal Noah Fiegen finished in a three-way tie for sixth place in the high jump. He cleared a height of five feet four inches.
Leon Maxwell’s put of 40 feet 10 inches was seventh best of any athlete.
Micah Roemen finished seventh for the Cardinals in the 3200-meter run with a time of 12.23.5.
Josh Brown placed 11th in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.2 seconds.
Dalton Houska finished 12th in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 21 seconds.
Placing 15th in the 200-meter dash for the Cardinals was Herrara with a time of 25.2 seconds.
Josh Roemen placed 21st in the 400-meter dash, timing in at 63.2 seconds.
St. Mary brought home five medals from the O’Gorman Invitational Friday at McEneaney Field in Sioux Falls.
Mullaney took third in the 100m hurdles with a time of 17.24 seconds. She took sixth in the 300m hurdles with a mark of 53.86 seconds.
Cassy Geraets had a strong performance in the girls 3200m run with a second-place finish, and in the 1600-meter open run, Jackie Wolles finished with a time of 6:18.8.
On the boys’ side of the action, Glazier’s open long jump, against 50 other athletes from Class A and Class AA, of 19 feet 11.5 inches was fifth best.
In the 800m relay, St. Mary’s Brown, Herrera, Noel Hansen and Glazier were sixth with a time of 1:42.72.
The Cardinals’ 400m-relay team of Brown, Herrera, Hansen and Fiegen finished eighth with a time of 48.96 seconds.
Jared Scholten turned in a personal-best and state-qualifying run in the 3200m run over the weekend with a time of 10:27.0 at the Dakota Relays at Howard Wood Field in Sioux Falls.
He placed 36th out of the 81 runners who competed, and the time he put up was the second best time recorded by an athlete from a Class B school this season.
Anna Wolles competed in the girls 3200m run and placed 43 out of 68 finishers with a season-best time of 12:26.3. Her time narrowly missed the state-qualifying standard by less than a second.
Mullaney also had another good day. She won her heat of the 300m hurdles – finishing 34 of 73 – and in the 100m hurdles she was 43rd out of 62 competitors with a season best time of 16.94.
St. Mary sophomore Jacob Glazier competes in a triple jump event at a track meet earlier this season.