Hawks run in Ogden Girls Relays

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The Woodward-Granger girls were one of eight teams in action at the Ogden Relays Thursday.

OGDEN — Woodward-Granger was one of eight teams competing Thursday in the Ogden Girls Relays.

Gilbert scored 165 points to claim the team title, with Madrid second at 129 and Ballard third at 94. Colfax-Mingo (57), Fort Dodge St. Edmond (54), W-G (32), Ogden (30) and Martensdale-St. Marys (26) completed the field.

Regan Kaufman had the highest finish for a Hawk thinclad in an individual event after her 2 minute, 49.89 second effort in the 800 secured third place.

Sophie David was fourth in the long jump at 14 feet, 8 inches, with Savannah David crossing fifth in the 400 hurdles in 1:21.42.

Maddisyn Anderson, Josie Noland, Kayley Dresback and Anna Tague were second in the sprint medley in 2:05.78, with Kaitlyn Peters, Mary Hansen, Riley Jamison and Kaufman third in the 4×800 in 11:25.11.

Anderson, Dresback, Noland and Peters placed fourth in the 4×400 (4:49.62) with both David girls, Johnson and Ashlyn Soelberg fifth in the shuttle hurdle (1:24.83).

W-G competed in several other events without scoring, including the 4×100 (1:00.87) and the 4×200 (2:08.17), both of which finished eighth. Soelberg, Hansen, Johnson and Savannah David ran the former and Anderson Noland, Soelberg and Hansen the latter.

Peters was seventh in the 1500 (5:58.39) and Hansen 10th in the 200 (34.27), with Johnson (21.01) and Savannah David (21.05) 10th and 11th, respectively, in the 100 hurdles while Jamison timed in at 3:01.57 in the 800.

Emma Buckman and Delia Swales threw the shot put and discus for the Hawks. Buckman was ninth in both, with a push of 29’2 and a spin of 77’4 while Swales was 16th in the shot (20’8) and 15th in the discus (61 feet). Johnson also competed in the long jump, leaping 12’6.

Both W-G teams will travel to Gowrie for the Southeast Valley Coed Relays Monday.

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