PLATTEVIEW, NE – The Nebraska City, Auburn and Plattsmouth track teams competed in Thursday in the Platteview Invite. While none of the teams won the team titles, plenty of individuals will bring home hardware, including gold medals.
Auburn’s Sydnie Reeves won the girls 1600 meter run in a time of 5:55. She edged Plattsmouth’s Shannon McKinley by two seconds.
Theresa Frary also earned an individual championship for the Bulldogs. She went 32-03.75 in the girls triple jump.
McKinley would get her gold in the girls 3200 meter run. The Blue Devil finished the eight laps in 12:38.
Plattsmouth claimed the top two spots in the boys 3200 meter race. Chris Casart and Cole Wagner both finished in a time of 10:29.60. Casart earned the gold by the slightest of margins.
Kaileigh Dill was another gold medal winner for the Blue Devils. She won the girls shot put competition with a throw of 37-08.00.
Nebraska City’s Korby Lee claimed the top spot in the boys 110 meter hurdles. Lee outpaced the field in 15.68.
The Pioneer’s other champion was Parker Lee. She jumped 16-05.00 to win the gold in the girls long jump.
Both the Platteview girls and boys teams won the team titles.