Evart track teams beat Harrison

Kelci Elder
Kelci Elder

EVART — Evart’s track teams on Wednesday got their first meet in at home against Harrison.

But Evart boys won 83-74 in a close battle that came down to the last relay. Evart girls won in dominating fashion 93-61.

For the boys Shane Todd was second in the 100 (12.19). Kyle Stokes was first in the 200 (24.51).

Zolan Long won the pole vault (11-6) and high jump (5-0). Nathan Woods won the 1,600 run (4:54.98) and the 800 meters (2:14.67).

Evart won all relay except the 4x100 (4:54.98).

For the girls, Mckenzie VanBuren won the 100 (13.85). Macey Wallace won the 200 (29.68). Kara Henry was third in that (28-9.89) and first in the 400 meters (1:08.74)

“Finally, we had a decent day where we could run,” Evart girls coach Todd Scott said. “From the girls perspective, Macey Wallace dominated with four first places. It was an all-around good team performance that we did very well in many aspects of the various events.

“Our relays did a nice job. Some of the freshmen have stepped up and filled in nicely. But we need to continue to improve and keep up the hard work.

“As we go into conference play it’s going to get much tougher. The cold weather and snow has been a big hindrance, but all of the schools in the area have had to deal with the same miserable weather.”

Rose Clark was second in the 800 meters (3:14.080.

Sara Nelson won the 3,200 meters (14:57.38).

In relays, Evart won all but the 4x400.

Kelci Elder won the shot put (27-4) and discus (75-1). Kara Henry won the high jump (4-4). Wallace won the long jump (15-4 ½).