Boys Varsity Track · Boys Varsity TrackSouthwestern High School, Trinity Lutheran


Team Results: Southwestern 59 – Waldron 57 – Trinity Lutheran 27

Waldron Boys Results:
-3200m Relay (Ethan Trueblood, 2:21; Zach Montgomery, 2:20; Collin Kuhn, 2:27; Jacob James, 2:14): 1st (9:23.96)
-110h: Ty Bogemann, 16.53, 1st; Bailey Yarling, 18.31, 2nd
-100m: Ian Carter, 12.91, 5th; Brock Bowen 13.76 7th
-1600m: Jacob James, 4:54, 2nd; Ethan Trueblood, 5:24, 3rd; Zach Montgomery, 5:29, 4th
-400m: Collin Kuhn, 59.20, 1st; Ian Carter, 1:05.00, 6th
-300h: Bailey Yarling, 48.56, 2nd; Ty Bogemann 3rd
-800m: Jacob James, 2:21.33, 1st; Zach Montgomery, 2:23.56, 2nd
-200m: Tyler Bowlby, 25.46, 4th; Brock Bowen, 28.30, 7th
-3200m: Jacob James, 11:21, 1st; Ethan Trueblood, 12:02, 2nd
-1600m Relay (Ty Bogemann, 1:03.56; Ian Carter, 1:06.89; Tyler Bowlby, 1:05.23; Collin Kuhn, 59.55): 4:15.24, 3rd.
-Shot Put: Will Montgomery 2nd; Dalen Williams 3rd
-High Jump: Tyler Bowlby, 5’4″, 3rd
-Long Jump: Tyler Bowlby, 4th

Recap:

The Waldron Boys Track & Field team hit the road for their first meet of the season against host Southwestern & Trinity Lutheran. The boys started the meet on a great note as the 3200m relay team of Ethan Trueblood (9), Zach Montgomery (12), Collin Kuhn (12), and Jacob James (10) won with a time of 9:23.96 thanks largely to Montgomery taking a commanding lead for the Mohawk’s that they refused to surrender. Ty Bogemann (12) and Bailey Yarling (12) continued the hot start taking 1st and 2nd respectively.

James had a busy, but productive meet, winning the 800m (2:21.33) and 3200m (11:21) while taking second in the 1600m (4:54). Kuhn won the 400m in convincing fashion with a time of 59.20.

Discus was cancelled due to wet conditions, but the Mohawk throwers performed well with junior Will Montgomery and sophomore Dalen Williams taking 2nd and 3rd respectively. Freshman Tyler Bowlby took 3rd in the high jump and 4th in the long jump.

The Mohawks are back in action next Friday at the Charger Invitational that will be hosted at Knightstown.