Wildcats capture Division 4 regional; CCA finishes secondBRETHREN — Evart and Crossroads went one-two on Saturday at Brethren in the Division 4 track and field regional meet. Evart posted 146 points to top the 15-team field while Crossroads had 118. Baldwin finished 11th with 23 points. Evart took a first place in the 3,200-meter relay with the team of Antonio Militello, Logan Hammer, Jesse Lang and David Zinger clocking an 8:21.62 for first place. Area athletes took the top four in the 1,600-meter run with David Dantuma of Crossroads going 4:23.18, followed by three Evart runners with Zinger at 4:23.52, Hodges at 4:37.55 and Hammer at 4:42.59. Dantuma and Hodges went one-two in the 800-meter run in times of 2:02.76 and 2:03.98. Evart swept the top three spots in the 3,200-meter run with Zinger, Hammer and Hodges clocking times of 10:11.11, 10:31.99 and 10:54.74. Andy Duddles of Crossroads was first in the 400-meter dash in 52.4 seconds. Andon Ware of Baldwin was second in the 100-meter dash in 11.71 seconds. Evart was second in the 800-meter relay with Alexander Newton, Brady Hasse, Militello and Lang in 1:35.8. Darrin Williams of Crossroads was second in 42.63 seconds in the 300 hurdles. Crossroads also won the 1,600-meter relay in 3:35.29. Newton was second in the 200 dash in 23.49. In the field events, Dean Marsh of Evart and teammate Jacob Tea were first and third in the shot put with throws of 43-05.75 and 40-10.5. Karlos Perez of Baldwin won the long jump in 20-9.5 while Duddles was second at 20-6. Rick Miller and Chapman Long of Evart went second and third in the pole vault with clearances of 11-8.02 and 11-8.01.