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Expires 6/3/11 I EV-W-K boys' track By ]ason Mortenson Assistant trackfield coach Our true team section results, Tuesday, May 10, Glencoe-Silver Lake: Team scores for Boys: Willmar 384.5 (advances to state) Glencoe-Silver Lake 351.5 (has a chance at going to state via wild card) ROCOR1337 Annandale 305.5 Litchfield 282 Hutchinson 261 Dassel-Cokato 209.5 EV-W-K 197 PBs (Personal Bests) 1600M-Cameron Wittenberg 4X100-Taylor Breachy, Danny Lochen, Lenny Garvick, Connor Wittenberg 300 hurdles-Lenny Garvick 800M-Frankie Nisfler 4X400-Taylor Breachy, Frankie Nistler, Danny Lochen, Joe James Long-jump Connor Wittenberg Shot-put Devin Brutger Discus-Austyn Schlueter, ]on Bisila Top individual results: Tyler Loch-second in 200M, third in 100M, fifth in 4X200 Nathan McCann-fifth in 110 hurdles and 4X200 Danny Lochen-first in pole vault, fifth in 4X400, seventh in 4X100 loe ]ames-fifth in triple jump, 4X200, 4X400, sixth in 400M Taylor Breachy-fifth in 4X200, ,X400 Connor Wittenberg-fifth in high jump, seventh in long jump, 4X100 Frankie Nistler-fifth in 4X400 EV-W-K girls' track Track team edges out GSL and Dassel- Cokato at Section True Team By Dennis Abernathy, coach The girls' track team placed sixth of eight teams on Tuesday, May 10. The girls had a great field event night and struggled in a tough field with running events in the 85-degree heat and high humidity. Shawny Kramer broke her own school record in the discus by throwing 130'0" and placing her the top thrower in Class A so far. Morgan Meyer and Brittany Hesse qualified for the State Honor Role in the long jump, jumping 16' 0.5" and 15' 8" respectively. Sam Stuve finished third in the pole vault with a vault of 8'6". The True Team Section Meet is the qualifying meet for the True Team State Meet in which an entire team advances if they place first in the section meet or is the best second place team in the state. The difference with True Team Sections is each team is allowed only two athletes in each event. Other notables: 400M dash-Rachel Arnold fifth place 63.74 Long lump-Morgan Meyer third place 16' 0.5", Brittany Hesse fourth Place 15' 8" Discus-Shawny Kramer first place 130' 0" (School Record) Shot Put-Shawny Kramer second place 35' 8.5" Team scores: Willmar 390, Hutchinson 358.5, ROCORI 305.5, Litchfield 283, Annandale 265, EV-W- K 246, Dassel-Cokato 242, GSL 238 The girls look to 3-Peat Conference Champions on Tuesday, May 17, at B-B-E, and advance to Sections at the Sub-Sec- tion Meet at New London-Spicer on Tues- day, May 24. Check out our Photo Gallery at WWW. tricountynewssMN THOUSANDS of photos of schools, sports, and community events to view and purchase prints! re-tin on pole 100% Bonus Depreciation metal sales manufacturing corporation (On ne. farm bas/sheds- ll '11  m most cases - talk to your tax advisor.) Our professional salesmen can help you with your next project.