Kodiak track wins tri meet with Colony, Homer

The host Kodiak track teams controlled a tri meet with Colony and Homer on Friday and Saturday.

Friday, the Bears boys scored 69.99 points, while Colony had 23 and Homer had 3. On the girls side, Kodiak had 47 points, while Colony had 34 and Homer had 15.

Saturday, the Bears boys had 61 points, while Colony had 24 and Homer had 10. On the girls side, Kodiak had 47, while Colony had 25 and Homer added 21.

Friday for the Homer boys, Hunter Patton was fourth in the 300 hurdles at 49.30 seconds, Aiden Brost was fifth in the 300-meter hurdles at 58.82, Joshua Manwiller was fourth in the shot put at 30 feet, 10.75 inches, and Manwiller was fourth in the discus at 82—8.

For the Homer girls on Friday, the 3,200 relay of Brooke Miller, Ella Blanton-Yourkowski, Autumn Daigle and Haylee Overson won at 11:13.61. In the discus, Anna Brock won with a toss of 106—5, while Isabella Kulhanek was fourth at 77—9 and Izzy Fisk was fifth at 77—8.

Brock was second in the shot put at 35—9.5, while Kulhanek was fourth at 30—0, Fisk was fifth at 28—.75 and Rachelle Biggs was sixth at 27—6.5.

Saturday, Patton was second in the 110 hurdles at 19.29. The 400 relay of Brost, Caleb Evans, Patton and Adams Veldstra was third at 54.21. Manwiller was third in the shot put at 31—9 and second in the discus at 97—1. Evan Welty was fifth in the discus at 77—4.

For the girls, Brooke Miller won the 800 at 2:38.07 and Brock won the shot put at 36—7. Izzy Gregoire was fourth in the 200 at 29.5, while Overson was third in the 800 at 2:58.00 and Blanton-Yourkowski was fourth in the 800 at 3:00.08.

The 1,600 relay of Biggs, Blanton-Yourkowski, Miller and Daigle was second at 4:42.83.

In the shot put, Kulhanek was fourth at 28—9, Izzy Fisk was fifth at 26—11 and Biggs was sixth at 26—9. In the discus, Brock was third at 102—7, Kulhanek was fourth at 76—9 and Fisk was fifth at 76—7.

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