The Mott-Regent/New England co-op track team broke school records Saturday in the North Dakota State University indoor meet.
The boys team placed eighth with a total of 20 points in a field of 29 teams. The girls placed 19 th with seven points.
By Brad Mosher
In the sprint events, Jaxon Hewson set a new record for the 60 meter dash (7.69 seconds), while Levi Wegh’s best was 8.41 seconds.
In the 60 meter hurdles, Morgan Hertz set a mark of 10.40 in the prelims, then placed fifth (10.54), while Maryjane Mayer (11.55) and Jazlynn Ottmar (11.90) followed.
Among the boys in the 60 meter hurdles, Cody Perkins set a school mark of 8.90 seconds in the prelims, then placed third with a time of 9.01 in the finals. Kaden Auch had a time of 10:39 seconds.
In the 800 meter relay, the quartet of Perkins, Hewson, Aiden Rebel and Asad Watson-Buffalo set a new mark of 1 minute, 46.56 seconds.
In the individual 800 meters, Hunter Geerts set a new indoor school record of 2:38.27.
In the 3,200 meter relay, the foursome of Waylon Kathrein (2:40), Joseph Harmon (2:24), Auch (2:30) and Geerts (2:35) set a school mark of 10:09.31, which placed them seventh in the race.
In the 200 meter dash, Rebel set a new mark of 26.53 seconds, while Wegh had a 28.48 time.
In the girls 800 meter relay, the team of Hertz, Mayer, Ottmar and Kiara Koepplin set a new record of 2:03.56.
In the 1,600 meter relay, Hertz, Ottmar, Mayer and Koepplin set a mark of 4:51.04 for the race.
In the shot put, Ayden Kautzman threw 30 feet, four inches for an indoor school mark, while Karagan Friedt set a mark of 27-2 at the meet.
Perkins placed third in the triple jump with a distance of 40 feet, one-half inch. Rebel made 34-9.5 and Auch finished with a 31-11.5 distance.
In the girls triple jump, Koepplin placed sixth with a school record distance of 30-8, ahead of Ottmar (29-1.5), Mayer (28-6) and Hailee Olson (28-3.25)
In the long jump, Hewson took fourth place with a school mark of 19-025, while Rebel hit the sand with a 17-4 mark and Wegh was 13-9.75.
In the girls competition, it was Koepplin setting school mark of 13-1, while Olson followed wit a 13-025 effort.