State Track Results
The Spartan Track Teams competed at Omaha
Burke Stadium May 18-19th. The teams faced
time delays due to automatic timing not working
on Friday and weather delays on Saturday. The
timing system not working properly caused a fin-
ish dilemma with 100 Hurdles involving Christo-
pher Paitz. Initially a run-off was determined be-
tween 6 runners to determine qualifiers for finals.
After a long review it was decided that a run-off
was not needed and thus Christopher did not
make the finals for Saturday. On Saturday the
weather kept threatening with thunderstorms
throughout the day and finally made an appear-
ance before the last event causing a rain delay.
The boys finally returned to the track around 5:30
to run the 1600 M. relay.
Kids that medaled in events were:
Colin Arehart: 4th; 800 M. Run, 2:02.43 (reco
5th, 1600 M. Run, 4:44.30 (record)
Hunter Arehart: tie for 8th, pole vault, 13-0
Justin Bailey; 5th, high Jump; 6-2
On the girls side, Freshman Carli Bailey attacked
the track hard and claimed two 2nd place finishes
in the 400 M. run and 300 Hurdles.
Many new records were set this year in track .
Calvin Finley set a new record for the 3200 M. run
with his time at state running a 10:45.70. The
1600 M. relay broke their previous record at Dis-
tricts running a 3:35. Christopher Paitz and Justin
Bailey both broke their own records in Triple
Jump and High Jump and John Zimmer is the
new record holder in the Long Jump.
The 3200 M. Relay team set a new school record
at Conference posting a 9:08 .8 beating the old
record of 9:17.60. Relay members were Calvin
Finley, Caden Holm, Dallas Rohde, and Colin Are-
New records set this year on the girls side was
Falan Ryan in Shot Put, breaking her own record
with a throw of 36-7.50.
1. Completed All Testing
a. Went through data today
2. ACT Results
a. 3 Days a week class next year
c. Moved Access
a. 14 willing to act and 20 total
b. Implementing Tier 1 timed
writing 5. Congressional Art Recognition
c. Discussions on rigor 6. Science Fair
3. Schedule for next year
a. Elementary more involved
b. College credit courses
a. 1st and 4th Place
a. 5th-8th Grade