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Custer swept the boys' and girls' team titles Thursday at the Region 8A track and field meet at Lou Graslie Field in Belle Fourche.

The Wildcats won the girls' race with 189 points, 64.50 points ahead of second-place finisher Hill City, while the Custer boys toppled St. Thomas More, 125-116.

Leading the way for the Custer girls was Mallory Delmont, who won both the 1,600-meter run in 5 minutes, 29.10 seconds and the 3,200-meter run in 11:59.56.

Also for the Wildcat girls, Anna Lewis won both the 100-meter hurdles (16.52) and the 300 hurdles (49.05) and Cassie Bawdon won the shot put (34 feet, 6 inches) and the discus (104-4).

Other girls' individual winners were: Jessica Welu of Hill City in the 100 (13.00), Shayla Howell of Belle Fourche in the 200 (26.14), Veronica Lang of Rapid City Christian in the 400 (1:02.27), Marion Hohn of Hill City in the 800 (2:21.68), Aspen Braning of Belle Fourche in the high jump (4-9), Carolyn Groeger of Lead-Deadwood in the pole vault (10-6), Lane Brill of Belle Fourche in the long jump (15-3 ½) and Elizabeth Carlisle of St. Thomas More in the triple jump (31-11).

Relay winners were: Belle Fourche in the 4X100 (53.50) and 4X400 (4:19.46), Hill City in the 4X200 (1:50.70), and the 4X800 (10:08.47) and Custer in the 1,600 sprint medley (4:17.94).  

Depth won the boys' team title for the Wildcats, as Custer had just two individual winners in Max Oesterling in the 800 (2:01.36) and Jace Oesterling in the 1,600 (4:41.80). Custer also won the 1,600 sprint medley relay in 3:54.60.

Other boys' winners were: Jake Bohnenkamp of STM in the 100 (11.30), Kalel Worischeck of Hill City in the 200 (23.51), Trinity Brady of Lead-Deadwood in the 400 (52.16), Sawyer Clark of Belle Fourche in the 3,200 (10:39.63), Grant Huber of STM in the 110 hurdles (16.09), Noah Krull of Hill City in the 300 (41.42), Jac Cutler of Hill City in the high jump (6-0), Jens Christensen of STM in the pole vault (14-3), Matt Norton of Hot Springs in the long jump (19-9), Kale Landguth of STM in the triple jump (42-1), Robbie Lester of Lead-Deadwood in the shot put (40-6 ½) and Marcus Harkless of Hot Springs in the discus (128-10).

Other relay winners were: Hill City in the 4X100 (44.90), Belle Fourche in the 4X200 (1:38.90), Lead-Deadwood in the 4X400 (3:34.34) and St. Thomas More in the 4X800 (8:28.82).

Complete results on the meet can be seen online at www.rapidcityjournal.com.

Wall wins both Region 7B titles

The Wall Eagles came away with both team track and field titles Thursday at the Region 7B meet in Kadoka.

The Eagle boys finished with 139 points, followed by Lyman with 113, New Underwood with 87 and Lower Brule with 71 points.

In the girls' race, Wall finished with 165.5 points, followed by New Underwood with 124 points, Philip with 95 and Edgemont with 88 points.

Cerington Jones had another strong outing for New Underwood, with wins in the 100 (13.72 seconds), the 200 (27.50) and the long jump (16-1 ½).

Jolie Dugan of Jones County won the 800 (2:47.29), the 1,600 (5:49.81) and the 3,200 (13:41.90).

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Kyla Sawvell of Wall won the shot put (41-11) and the discus (128-9).

Austin Olson of Jones County won the 800 (2:14.36) and the 1,600 (5:07.06), while Andrew Law of Wall captured the 110 hurdles (16.23) and the 300 hurdles (44.19). Tack Tines of Wall also won the 200 (24.14) and the triple jump (41-0 ½).

Complete results on the meet can be seen online at www.rapidcityjournal.com.

Newell and timber Lake win 8B track titles

The Newell girls and Timber Lake boys came away with team titles Thursday at the Region 8B meet in Lemmon.

In the girls' team race, the Irrigators finished with 131.50 points, to second-place Lemmon at 119. Timber Lake was third at 111.50 and Faith was fourth at 83.

In the boys' team race, Timber Lake finished with 15 2 points to 116 for Harding County. Lemmon was third with 105 points.

Complete results on the meet can be seen online at www.rapidcityjournal.com.

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