Tracksters cut time in Kersey
Holyoke track and field continued to cut times and earn new personal bests at the Platte Valley Invite in Kersey last Saturday, April 20.
Although the Dragons had less of a top eight presence at their second meet of the week, coach Corey Koberstein said the team did well for competing in such a large, high-performing field.
“There were a lot of performances that we had that were good, but at that meet they just weren’t good enough to place,” he said. “The level of competition was very good.”
He recognized the girls top three finish, behind 4A competitor D’Evelyn High School and 2018 2A state champion Highland High School. Taeryn Trumper won the long jump and earned second-place finishes in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, while Correy Koellner won the discus, and Lauren Herman placed seventh.
Emali Torres pulled ahead in shot put with a second-place finish, joined by Herman in fifth and Koellner in sixth.
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