The Pelican Rapids Girls Track and Field team captured first place at the Section 6A True Team meet on Thursday in Pelican and Wadena-Deer Creek won the boys event.
The Lady Vikings recorded a team score of 712.5 and Osakis took second place with a score of 680.5. They were followed by Barnesville (666), Frazee (660.5), Wadena-Deer Creek (579.5), Ottertail Central (564.5), United Clay Becker (550.5) and Breckenridge (527). Fourteen teams competed in the event.
Wadena-Deer Creek won the event with a score of 894 and Frazee was second with 739.5 points. They were followed by Osakis (722), Staples-Motley (690.5), Ottertail Central (634), Breckenridge (588), Barnesville (541.5) and United Clay Becker (523).
The Barnesville girls were led by their relay teams as they won the 4 x 200 (1:52.85), placed second in the 4 x 100 (53.99), ended up fourth in the 4 x 400 (4:27.75) and finished sixth in the 4 x 800 (11:09.35).
Emily Schoenecker took third (15-10.75) in the long jump, Jordan Tschumperlin was third (31-11.00) in the triple jump and tied for fourth (4-08.00) in the high jump. Jenna Poppel was eighth (4-06.00). Claire Meyer was sixth (31-03.50) in the triple jump. In the pole vault, Natalie Votava tied for fifth (6-06.00).
In the throwing events, Kya Anderson took fifth (33-00.00) in the shot put and Elora Passa was seventh (91-10.25) in the discus. Samantha Passa was seventh (2:35.81) in the 800 meter run.
The Barnesville boys were led by Brady Martz with a fifth place (54.85) in the 400 and Nick Detloff with a sixth (11.69) in the 100. Nate Rehder placed fourth (11-00.00) in the pole vault and Hunter Zenzen was eighth (45.16) in the 300 meter hurdles.
Leaders for Breckenridge were Grace Conzemius with a second place in the triple jump (32—00.50), a third place finish in the 400 meter dash (62.53) and a third (4-10.00) in the high jump. Claire Conzemius placed sixth (4-08.00) in the high jump. In the pole vault, Summer Hendricks tied for fifth place (6-06.00). Ruth Tryggvadottir came in fifth (94-02.50) in the discus and sixth (32-11.00) in the shot put.
For the Breckenridge boys, Zach Haire won the 3200 (10:27.90) and was runner-up in the 1600 (4:47.00), Gabe Diaz was fourth (115-10) in the discus, Jace LeNoue claimed fifth (18-06.00) in the long jump and sixth (5-10.00) in the high jump, Mason Meyer was fifth (10-06.00) in the pole vault, and Noah Christenson was fourth (5-10.00) in the high jump.
Top performances for Ottertail Central came from Jorja Gronner with a fourth place in the 800 (2:34.14), Brenna Tinjum with a fourth place in the high jump (4-08.00), a fourth in the triple jump (31-10.50) and a seventh (15-00.75) in the long jump, Grayce Van Erp with a fifth in the triple jump (31-08.75) and Brooke Hovland with a seventh place finish in the 400 (64.71).
For the OTC boys, Brennan Amundson was third (52.94) in the 400, Luigi Aiello was fifth (11.59) in the 100, Noah Wendland took sixth (5:00.73) in the 1600 and Erick George finished third (10:51.79) in the 3200. Nick VanErp was fifth (37-08.00) in the triple jump and seventh (17-09.50) in the long jump.
Jacey Schlosser led the Ashby/Brandon-Evansville girls with a third place (104-06.25) in the discus and a fourth (34-05.00) in the shot put. Cailey Schlosser was tied for fifth (6-06.00) in the pole vault and the 4 x 100 relay team was fourth (54.53). Catherine Koefod ended up fifth (17.68) in the 100 meter hurdles and Aanika Anderson placed fifth (63.95) in the 400 and was sixth (27.58) in the 200. Emily Carlson finished eighth (13.22) in the 100 meter dash.
For the Ashby/Brandon-Evansville boys, James Strese was second (134-00) in the discus and fourth (44-02.00) in the shot put.