Results posted for Hershey Track and Field Meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, May 25, 2014 11:31pm
  • Sports

North Peninsula Recreation held the Hershey Track and Field Meet on May 16 at Nikiski High School.

First-place results are compared with other local meets held around the state. Five candidates from the state finalists are chosen to represent Alaska and compete in the North American Finals held in Hershey, Pennsylvania, in August.

The Nikiski meet is for boys and girls from ages 9 to 14. There were 271 participants from Nikiski North Star Elementary, Nikiski Middle High School, home-school students, Grace Lutheran School and Aurora Borealis Charter School.

The results follow:

50-meter dash — 9-10 boys, Jakob Brown, 8.08 seconds; 9-10 girls, Diane Nasibog, 8.65.

100 — 9-10 boys, Dawson Lockwood, 16.95; 9-10 girls, Ellie Burns, Isabella Wolfe, 16.93; 11-12 boys, Leif Lofquist, 15.15; 11-12 girls, Alyssa Bucho, 14.09; 13-14 boys, Brayde Wolfe, 13.11; 13-14 girls, Alissa Maw, 15.23.

200 — 9-10 boys, Jake Debnam, 36.26; 9-10 girls, Olivia Easley, 33.76; 11-12 boys, Leif Lofquist, 31.73; 11-12 girls, Alyssa Bucho, 30.05; 13-14 boys, Titus Riddall, 28.68; 13-14 girls, Alissa Maw, 31.65.

400 — 9-10 boys, Dawson Lockwood, 1:29.67; 9-10 girls, Ellie Burns, 1:19.90; 11-12 boys, Zach Burns, 1:12.04; 11-12 girls, Mereidi Dunn, 1:27.00.

800 — 11-12 boys, Zach Burns, 2:41.76; 11-12 girls, Mereidi Dunn, 3:10.35; 13-14 boys, Alex Nisler, 2:41.76; 13-14 girls, Sophie Thomas, 3:03.64.

1,600 — 13-14 boys, Michael Torkelson, 6:05.76.

400 relay — 9-10 boys, Brady Bostic, Jakob Brown, Simon Grenier, Carter Tennison, 1:12.03; 9-10 girls, Isabelle Ley, Celina Martinez, Savanna Stock, Isabella Wolfe, 1:19.34; 11-12 boys, Zach Burns, Thomas DeGray, Kevin Denney, Leif Lofquist, 1:01.59; 11-12 girls, Emilee Braun, Aspen Hooper, Danielle Elsey, Jordyn Stock, 1:05.46; 13-14 boys, Kayden Daniels, Todd Hill, Titus Riddall, Michael Torkelson, 1:01.79; 13-14 girls, Hope Coffman, Nya Dukowitz, Damaris Severson, Molly Shears, 1:06.93.

Softball throw — 9-10 boys, Jakob Brown, 107 feet, 6 inches; 9-10 girls, Olivia Easley, 68—7; 11-12 boys, Kevin Denney, 139—4; 11-12 girls, America Jeffreys, 105—9.5; 13-14 boys, Todd Hill, 149—9; 13-14 girls, Kaitlyn Johnson, 111—0.

Standing long jump — 9-10 boys, Jake Debnam, 5—2; 9-10 girls, Ellie Burns, 5—10.75; 11-12 boys, Daniel Rytikof, 6—11; 11-12 girls, Alyssa Bucho, 6—4.5; 13-14 boys, Alex Nisler, 7—1; 13-14 girls, Kaitlyn Johnson, 6—6.5.

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