WINAMAC — On a cool and crisp Saturday morning, the boys’ track and field team headed to Winamac High School for the inaugural running of the Winamac Invitational.
Bremen and Winamac took a lead in the meet halfway through and then stayed neck and neck throughout the remaining events.
Bremen was able to take the win by one point.
Senior Tony Hardin won the high jump by tying the school record with a leap of 6’5″ and then won the long jump springing to 19’8″.
The 4×800 relay team of Aaron Douglass, Luke Kincaid, Matt Urbina, and Lextin Willis took first in the 4×800 relay to kick off the running events.
Other champions on the day were Jesse Wisler in the pole vault, Urbina in the 800m run, and Kincaid in the 3200m run. Senior Nathan Andrews had a very impactful meet scoring in the pole vault, 110 hurdles, as part of the 4×100 team, and in the 300m hurdles after having to run them twice due to a setup error.
Also scoring for the Lions were:
Caleb Cullers in LJ; James Wordleman in the shot, and discus, and the 4×400 relay, Tyler Schmeltz in shot and discus, Aaron Douglass in the 1600m run and 3200m run, Lextin Willis in the 400m dash, Jesse Wisler in the 4×100 relay and 300 hurdles, Luke Kincaid in the 800m run, Tyrus Graverson in the 200m dash and 4×100 relay, Matt Urbina and Al Byrd in the 4×400 relay.
For the girls’ track team took an overall 2nd place finish at the first-ever running of the Winamac Invitational.
Numerous athletes competed in four or five events to help the team and throughout the meet, numerous individuals and relays were able to become champions of their events.
Event champions for Bremen were Agnese Masini in the 100-meter dash, the 4×100 relay of Kila Foster, Elle Libey, Zeta Nunemaker, and Masisni, Hannah Pezzuto in the 100m hurdles, Gracelynn Stevens in the 300m hurdles, and the 4×400 relay team of Stevens, Libey, Hallie Klockow, and Nunemaker.
Also scoring for the team:
Maddy Youngman in the pole vault and 300 hurdles, Michaela Berger in the pole vault, 4×800 relay, and 3200, Gracelynn Stevens in the 100m hurdles, Zeta Nunemaker in the 100m and 200m dash, Hallie Klockow in the 4×800 relay and 1600m run, Kila Foster in the 200m dash and LJ, Elle Libey in long jump, Samantha Simons and Amber Barber in the 4×800 relay.