Carrington Named Most Valuable Distance Runner, Tigers Take Third At Wahpeton 03 May 18

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

OJ Jensen Kiwanis Meet
WAHPETON – Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers sophomore Maddie Carrington was named the Most Valuable Distance Runner at the OJ Jensen Kiwanis Meet in Wahpeton on Tuesday. 
Carrington had a pair of first place finishes in the 800 and 1600 meter run to lead the Tiger girls to a third place in team scoring with 16 top ten finishes.
Carrington was also part of the Tigers 4×200 relay team that took first, joining Kaylie Raths, Crystal Nohl, and Lucy Bransel. 
Meredith Carrington took first in the 3200, Olivia Lebrija was fourth in both the 100 and 100 hurdles, Caryn Marty was fifth in the 3200, and the 4×100 and 4×800 relay teams each took third, the 4×200 finished fifth.

The Tiger boys finished fourth in team scoring with 17 top ten finishes. Camden Arndt was first in the high jump and runner-up in both the 110 and 300 hurdles.
Tate Nelson and Solomon Johnson had a pair of second place finishes, Nelson for the triple jump and Johnson for the 3200. 
Jaden Maanum finished third in the 800, Noah Stewart took fourth in the 1600 and Thomas Tiernan was fifth in the 3200. 
The 4×400 relay team of Abram Schmidgall, Maanum, Nelson, and Mace Yellow placed first, as did the 4×800 relay team of Nelson, Stewart, Maanum, and Ben Hernandez.

The Tiger finished third in combined team scoring with 171, West Fargo won the event with a 253.

Complete field results HERE

Complete track results HERE

Complete team results HERE

Milbank Meet
MILBANK – Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley athletes were in Milbank on Tuesday for a track & field meet. 
Top Wolverines performances included a second place finish by the medley team of Jason Murphy, Janik Hau, Cedric Barnes, and Alex Sigler. The 4×100 team of Barnes, Hau, Murphy, and Mason Zimmel finished third, and the girls 4×100 team of Kaylee Athey, Callie Kleindl, Lily Murphy, and Alexandria Lanie finished sixth.
Individually Jacob Gillespie took third in the shot put, eighth in discus, and Cedric Barnes finished eighth in the 400.