Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)
By Neal A. Shipman
Mikka Haugeberg picked up where she left off last season as she took first place to help the Wolves’ girls track team to a fifth place finish at the Bison-Miner Classic Meet in Hazen on April 11.
“It was an exciting week as we had a couple of girls qualify for the state meet at the end of May,” stated Greg Brown, girls’ head coach. “Hazen was a good meet as it got the athletes out and competing on an outdoor track. And in Belle Fourche, we got to see many different athletes, and a different way of doing things. It was a great day to gain strength and we overcame and learned a lot about our athletes and what they are made of with a third place finish.”
Tia McGorman qualified for State at Belle Fourche with a 5’1” leap in the high jump.
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