State Track – Day 2 Results

In Class 3A girls, Jadan Brumbaugh of Mt. Pleasant captured another State Title in the shot put with a toss of 47’ 5 1/2” a Class 3A state meet record.  Jadan can now relax and enjoy the rest of the State Meet after scoring 20 team points for the Mt. Pleasant Panthers after capturing the discuss title to go along with the shot put, MPHS is in 3rd place in the team race with 20 points.

The Mt. Pleasant girls distance medley team finished 23rd in a time of 4:34.24, with Andi Scott, Elsie Lange, Tristan Shull and Abby Blint as the runners.

Will Davidson of the Panther boys competed in the 110 meter high hurdle prelims and just missed making the finals, Will was 9th fastest with a time of 15.44.  He also competed in the long jump going 19’ 5” good for 20th place.

Kenna Lamm ran in the 100 meter hurdle prelims for MPHS and finished 14th in 16.51

The MPHS girls 4×100 relay team ran a time of 51.44 and finished 7th in their heat not making the finals


Cole Lipper of Mediapolis finished 8th in the discus throwing 142’ 6”

Tyler Stoltz of Van Buren High School finished 19th in the high jump going 5’ 10”

Anthony Duncan of Van Buren ran the 400 meter hurdles final event and finished 5th in a time of 55.62

Mediapolis boys distance medley relay ran 10th in a time of 3:40.37

Mediapolis girls ran 51.74 in the 4×100 relay prelims and finished 14th


Kade Benjamin of  New London leaped 6’ 7” to win the high jump for the Tigers

Carter Allen picked up a 2nd place finish for New London in the discus with a throw of 155’ 6”

Keetyn Townsley Winfield-Mt. ran the 100 meter hurdles in 22.76 finishing 24th

Simeon Reichenbach WACO ran 15.53 in the 110 highs finishing 11tH

New London boys finished 6th in the 4×200 relay running 1:32.42

WACO girls ran the 4×200 relay prelims in 1:53.60 finishing 22nd

New London boys ran 3:37.51 in the distance medley relay and finished 3rd

New London boys ran the fastest preliminary time in the 4×100 relay blazing to a 43.40 time to take to Saturday’s final.


Danville girls ran 4:22.49 in the 4×400 relay prelims and did not make the finals

New London boys ran 3:36.48 in the 4×400 relay prelims and had the 14th fastest time

Heading into the final day of competition Saturday the New London Tigers are in 1st place in the team race with 47 points, Lisbon is in 2nd with 43.  It’s going to be an exciting day at the Blue Oval as the team championships are decided.  Stay tune to KILJ-FM 105.5, streaming and our facebook page for all the exciting coverage.