Glenwood caps strong week with title at Big Red Relays
Glenwood scooped up its second team title of the week at the Big Red Relays Thursday in Missouri Valley.
Three days after winning its own Ram Relays, Glenwood won six events and tallied 147 points to win the team crown in Missouri Valley. Treynor finished as the runner-up with 122 points.
Bryant Keller (800-meters) and Preston Slayman (1,600-meters) grabbed individual wins while the Rams won the 4x800-meter, 4x400-meter, distance medley and shuttle hurdle relays.
Keller added to his gold haul running a leg on the 4x800-meter relay and Victor Cruz ran on both the 4x400-meter and distance medley relays.
Big Red Relays
1. Glenwood, 147. 2. Treynor, 122. 3. Underwood, 119. 4. Logan-Magnolia, 78. 5. Missouri Valley, 77. 6. Carroll, 63. 7. Westwood-Sloan, 57. 8. (tie) Boyer Valley and Sidney, 28. 10. West Harrison, 14.
Top Medal Winners
100m dash: third place, Jackson Mulkins, 11.83.
200m dash: sixth place, Tristan Meier, 24.71.
800m run: first place, Bryant Keller, 2:02.74.
1600m run: first place, Preston Slayman, 4:47.91.
3200m run: fourth place, Ethan West, 12:00.71.
110m hurdles: second place, Anthony Driscoll-Lee, 16.21.
400m hurdles: fifth place, Aaron McPherson, 1:02.61.
4x100m relay: second place, Glenwood (Mulkins, Driscoll-Lee, Trey Darden and Payton Longmeyer), 44.60.
4x200m relay: fourth place, Glenwood (Darden, Aaden Lopez, Drew Schroeder and Meier), 1:38.15.
4x400m relay: first place, Glenwood (Victor Cruz, Jake Shannon, Cooper DeLashmutt and Andrew Smith), 3:34.27.
4x800m relay: first place, Glenwood (Shannon, Bryce Keller, Slayman and Bryant Keller), 8:49.15.
Sprint medley relay: fourth place, Glenwood (Mulkins, Meier, Longmeyer and DeLashmutt), 1:39.54.
Distance medley relay: first place, Glenwood (Longmeyer, Driscoll-Lee, Cruz and Smith), 3:45.59.
Shuttle hurdle relay: first place, Glenwood (McPherson, Lopez, Darden and Driscoll-Lee), 1:05.99.
High jump: fifth place, Drew Schroeder, 5’ 6”.
Shot put: second place, Reagan Skarnulis, 47’ 5”.
Discus: second place, Logyn Eckheart, 136’ 2.5”.
Rams win boys relays
The Glenwood boys track team captured the team title at its own 61st annual Boys Ram Relays last Monday at the Glenwood Activities Complex.
The Rams finished compiled 145.5 points to outpace runner up Council Bluffs Lewis Central’s 134 points. Atlantic was third with 107 points.
Glenwood picked up four first place individual finishes with Anthony Driscoll-Lee topping the field in the 110-meter hurdles and the long jump, Bryant Keller winning the 3,200-meters and Logyn Eckheart winning the discus.
The Rams also picked up golds in the 4x800-meter and distance medley relays.
Boys Ram Relays
1. Glenwood, 145.5. 2. Council Bluffs Lewis Central, 134. 3. Atlantic, 107. 4. Bishop Heelan, 101. 5. Harlan, 91.5. 6. Red Oak, 52. 7. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson, 47. 8. Red Oak, 52. 9. Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln, 15.
Top Medal Winners
100m dash: fifth place, Payton Longmeyer, 11.73.
200m dash: seventh place, Longmeyer, 24.22.
400m dash: eighth place, Pierce Dalton, 57.22.
800m run: second place, Andrew Smith, 2:06.22.
1600m run: second place, Bryant Keller, 4:39.81.
3200m run: first place, Keller, 9:59.32.
110m hurdles: first place, Anthony Driscoll-Lee, 15.31.
400m hurdles: seventh place, Maverick Mixan, 1:03.40.
4x100m relay: third place, Glenwood (Jackson Mulkins, Driscoll-Lee, Drew Schroeder and Longmeyer), 45.44.
4x200m relay: fifth place, Glenwood (Mulkins, Tristan Meier, Trey Darden and Longmeyer), 1:36.73.
4x400m relay: second place, Glenwood (Victor Cruz, Meier, Jake Shannon and Smith), 3:39.73.
4x800m relay: first place, Glenwood (Shannon, Bryce Keller, Preston Slayman and Smith), 8:32.37.
Sprint medley relay: fifth place, Glenwood (Mulkins, Keaton German, Meier and Cruz), 1:40.61.
Distance medley relay: first place, Glenwood (German, Lopez, Schroeder and Bryant Keller), 3:52.53.
Shuttle hurdle relay: third place, Glenwood (Darden, Pauley Simonetti, Aaden Lopez ad Driscoll-Lee), 1:08.15.
High jump: fifth place, Christian Eiseman, 5’ 4”.
Long jump: first place, Driscoll-Lee, 21’ 1”.
Shot put: second place, Reagan Skarnulis, 49’ 5”.
Discus: first place, Logan Ecklheart, 146’ 5”.