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Thu
29
May
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Adam Zarybnicky

Hanover’s Adam Zarybnicky provided a strong leg in the 4x800 meter relay, which is headed to state.

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Thu
29
May
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Hanover

Hanover’s Devin Jueneman pops a long distance in the triple jump to take second place and qualify for state.

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Wed
21
May
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WaCo boys, Linn girls claim league titles

Washington County junior Heidi Stegman curves over the bar in the pole vault, clearing the 9 foot, 8 inch height to claim a new school record at WCHS.

BY DAN THALMANN/ Publisher.
 
BLUE RAPIDS – The Washington County boys and Linn girls took home the Twin Valley League crowns after winning the TVL track meet on Thursday at Valley Heights. This is the first league title for the Linn girls in any sports since the beginning of the TVL. There was at least one school record broken at the meet. Washington County junior Heidi Stegman broke her own pole vault record that she set last year (which was a tie with her sister Megan.) She vaulted 9-8 to break the record, which was 9-6.

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Wed
21
May
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Local golf teams headed to the state tournament

From left, Hunter Johnson, Taylor Metz, Evan Ouellette, Colton Linenberger, Matt Small. Not pictured: Tyson Hynek.

The Washington County golf team and two golfers from Linn High School qualified for their respective state golf tournaments on Monday in the regional round of competition. Washington County competed in the 2A regional at Belleville. They placed third as a team, which qualified them for the 2A state tournament on Tuesday, May 27 at the Fort Hays Municipal Golf Course in Hays.

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Wed
21
May
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Local teams claim Twin Valley League titles

Washington County will compete at the 2A regional meet at Herington, while Linn, Hanover and Clifton-Clyde will compete at the 1A regional meet at Valley Heights. The top four finishers in each event qualify for the Kansas State Track & Field Championships on May 30-31 in Wichita.

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Thu
15
May
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Three school records set at Mankato meet

BY DAN THALMANN
 
MANKATO – One Washington County High School record and two Linn school records fell at the Grizzly Invitational on Friday in Mankato. The weather was as beneficial as it has been at any meet this year, and athletes were able to respond with top notch performances. WCHS junior Erin Alexander broke her own school record in the shot put, that she set last week, by throwing 43-1. Her record from May 2 was 41-8 1/2.
 
Thu
15
May
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Junior high squads end season with league meet

The Clifton-Clyde seventh grade girls won the team title at the junior high Blue Valley League meet on Thursday at Valley Heights. Local teams took second in all the other divisions, but Valley Heights won the eighth grade girls and boys and Luckey (Manhattan) won the seventh grade boys team titles. The meet was the final junior high track event for the squads.
 
Thu
15
May
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WCHS golfers second in Twin Valley League

Washington County golfers Hunter Johnson and Evan Ouellette took third and fourth respectively at the Twin Valley League golf tournament on Monday at Seneca. Johnson actually tied for second with an 86, but took third after a playoff. Ouellette tied with an 88, but won his playoff round to take fourth.
 
Wed
07
May
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Washington County boys win Nemaha Valley meet

Brett Herrs completes his spin getting ready to loft the shot out into the pit. Herrs won the event with a 51-5. He has been consistently throwing over 50 feet this year.

BY DAN THALMANN/ Publisher.
 
SENECA – Another school record fell and the Washington County boys won the Nemaha Valley track meet on Tuesday which includes mostly larger schools. Washington County junior Dylan Hodgson followed up his record-breaking performance in the 800 and mile at the Beloit Relays to break his own two mile school record at Seneca. He ran a 9:43.71 to beat his 2013 record.
 
Wed
07
May
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Linn relay teams closing in on school record

Brett Peters winds up to get ready to throw the discus. Peters won both discus and shot put.

BY DAN THALMANN/ Publisher.
 
FRANKFORT – Linn’s 4x100 boys and girls relay teams are creeping up on their respective school records. Both teams set season best times at a small meet in Frankfort on Tuesday. The Linn girls dropped their time to 51.20, which is their fastest time in the last two seasons where they’ve been in the state rankings. They are now tied with Pike Valley with the top time in Class 1A in Kansas.
 

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