Several records for Mustang track
May 03, 2013 · Crystal Eskelsen
The Mount Vernon boys' track and field team finished fifth at the Pacha Relays at Clear Creek-Amana with 67 points. It was a close race for the team title with Williamsburg (102) edging out Tipton (101) by one point and Clear Creek-Amana (100) by two.
"We had a really good night," said Ryan Whitman, Mount Vernon head coach. "We had 13 PRs or season bests."
Among those season best performances were the relays - 4x800m, 4x400m, 4x200m, 4x100m and distance medley.
Freshman Nick Bevans PRed in both the long jump and the high jump, finishing eighth in the high jump with a jump of 5-6 and placing ninth in the long jump with a jump of 16-3.75.
Senior Tanner Mote set a new PR in the 400m low hurdles with a time of 57.40, winning the race in the process.
Mount Vernon's James Wenzel set a new PR in the 3200m and earned a third-place finish in a time of 10:19.95. Joe Timm finished 13th in the 800m in a time of 2:20.79, setting a new PR at that distance.
The Mustangs run today (Thursday, May 2) at Marion in the WaMaC meet. Monday they run at West Delaware.
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Teams: 1.Williamsburg 102, 2.Tipton 101, 3.Clear Creek-Amana 100, 4.Iowa City Regina 87, 5.Mount Vernon 67, 6.Wilton 54, 7.Durant 34, 8.Davenport Assumption 10.
Mustang individual finishes
Pisarik 100m 4th 11.96
Ryan 100m 5th 12.15
Younggreen 200m 7th 24.53
Reid 400m 7th 56.92
Hof 400m 9th 59.17
Wilch 800m 7th 2:16.26
Feldman 800m 12th 2:19.07
Timm 800m 13th 2:20.79
Bernard 1600m 5th 4:55.25
Marti 1600m 8th 5:02.36
Wenzel 3200m 3rd 10:19.95
Bernard 3200m 6th 10:49.62
Mote 110H 2nd 16.44
Mote 400H 1st 57.40
Hines 400H 4th 1:00.42
Drahos, Keller, Ryan, Pisarik 4x100m 5th 47.43
Drahos, Keller, Younggreen, Ryan 4x200m 6th 1:38.60
Dahlstrom, Hines, Teubel, Leopold 4x400m 3rd 3:39.15
Dahlstrom, Leopold, Teubel, Marti 4x800m 1st 8:32.81
Pisarik, Drahos, Dahlstrom, Leopold DMed 2nd 3:49.80
Bevans H.Jump 8th 5-6
Randall L.Jump 7th 17-3
Bevans L.Jump 9th 16-3.75
Lamparek Shot 7th 38-2
Lamparek Disc 6th 114-5