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SLP girls track continues dominance at Sheryl Maahs Relays

By Staff | May 1, 2008

SPIRIT LAKE — The Spirit Lake Park girls tennis team won its own Sheryl Mahs Relays with ease, scoring 209 points. Emmetsburg was a distant second with 75 points followed by Algona with 71, Martin County West with 65, Sibley-Ocheyedan with 52, Okoboji with 51 and Estherville Lincoln Central with 38.

The Indians won 13 events including six relays.

The foursome of Carrie Emgarten, Kaisha Brown, Mary Brown and Megan Skalbeck won in 10 minutes, 10.37 seconds; the distance medley team of Alex Horsman, Caila Jones, Kaisha Brown and Emgarten won in 4:32.71; the 4×200-meter relay of Megan Lawler, Kylie Ingvall, horsman and Laura Rowe won in 1:51.14; the sprint medley relay team of Horsman, Jessica Wallace, Ingvall and Deni Peters won in 1:58.65; the 4×100-meter relay team of Megan Ingvall, Kylie Ingvall, Lindsey Arneson and Lawler won in 52.76 seconds and the 4×400-meter relay team of Kaisha Brown, Horsman, McKenzie Dziedzic and Peters won in 4:20.51.

Spirit Lake took the top two spots in two events. Christina Hanson won the 3000-meter run in 12:05.66 and Erin Lynn was second in 12:38.94; Peters was first in the 400-meter dash in 62.06 seconds and Dziedzic was second in 65.82 seconds.

Spirit Lake went 1-3 in two other events.

Lawler won the 100-meter dash in 12.45 seconds with Kylie Ingvall third in 12.90; Kaisha Brown won the 800-meter run in 2:30.44 with Skalbeck third in 2:39.66

Skalbeck also won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches. Emgarten won the 1500-meter run in 5:27.94 with Hanson fifth in 5:38.94.

In the throwing events, Jen Kirschbaum was second in the shot put with a throw of 36 feet with Amber Kirschbaum placing third with a toss of 33 feet, 9 inches. In the discus, Amber was third with a throw of 106 feet with Jen fourth with a toss of 103 feet, 7 inches.

in the 100-meter hurdles, Sammy Spies took third in 16.26 seconds while Sebert was sixth in 17.06 seconds. Sebert also took third in the 400-meter hurdles in 75.07 seconds.

In the long jump, Rowe placed fourth with a leap of 14 feet, 8 3/4 inches and Jones was sixth with a leap of 13 feet, 11 inches.