Minnewaska and Monte claim WCC track titles

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Makenna Wieland (middle) competes in the 100 meter high hurdles for the Benson-KMS girls track and field team at the WCC Track and Field Meet in Benson last Tuesday.  Wieland placed third in the event as the Benson-KMS boys placed sixth overall and the girls’ team was seventh.  Minnewaska Area (girls) and Montevideo (boys) won WCC team titles.
Austin Ose (left) takes off after receiving the baton from Landon Thompson during the boys 800 meter relay at the WCC Meet in Benson.

The Benson-KMS boys and girls track and field teams hosted the WCC Track and Field Meet last Tuesday night.

Minnewaska Area easily won the girls meet by 83 points over runner-up Morris Area, while Montevideo edged Morris for the boys title by a half-point.

Benson-KMS finished sixth in the boys meet with Jon Tostenson’s second-place finish in the 800 meter run the top placing for the Fighting Braves, while the Benson-KMS girls were seventh and the 1600 meter relay team’s second place was the top finish for the girls’ team.

This week, the sub-section meet is scheduled for Thursday at Minnewaska Area High School.  The top finishers from that meet earn a berth in the Section 6A Meet, set for Thursday, May 31 at Fergus Falls....

 

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Pictured, top: Makenna Wieland (middle) competes in the 100 meter high hurdles for the Benson-KMS girls track and field team at the WCC Track and Field Meet in Benson last Tuesday.  Wieland placed third in the event as the Benson-KMS boys placed sixth overall and the girls’ team was seventh.  Minnewaska Area (girls) and Montevideo (boys) won WCC team titles.

 

Pictured, bottom: Austin Ose (left) takes off after receiving the baton from Landon Thompson during the boys 800 meter relay at the WCC Meet in Benson.
 

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