Winner boys and girls track team won the Big Dakota Conference track meet held in Mobridge on April 21.
The WHS boys won first place with 157 points with Miller taking second with 105 points.
The Lady Warriors won the meet with 108 points with Mobridge-Pollock taking second with 102 points.
For the girls, Deloris Herman won both the shot put and the discus. The Winner senior threw the shot put 35-6 and the discus, 102-1.
Alexis Richey won the 400 in 1:07.08.
Other results of the WHS girls include:
400—Hayley Halverson, 4th, 1:09.02
800—Chloe Bartels, 2nd, 2:42.50; Richey, 5th, 2:51
1600—Bartels, 4th, 5:52.59
3200—Bartels, 2nd, 13:28.25
Long jump—Rachel Sherman, 4th, 12-2.5
Shot put—Kyran Meek, 4th, 30-1
Discus—Brindi Felix, 3rd, 90-6; Casey Norrid, 4th, 88-6
4×100 relay—3rd, :57.03, Rachel Sherman, Sydney Fritz, Kelsey Bertram and Kyran Meek
4z200 relay—2nd, 2:00.47, Rachel Sherman, Sydney Fritz, Kelsey Bertram and Sydney Schuyler
4×400 relay—3rd, 4:57.37, Alexis Richey, Kelsey Bertram, Kyran Meek and Sydney Schuyler
4×800 relay—2nd, 11:11.72, Haley Halverson, Sydney Schuyler, Alexis Richey, Chloe Bartels
Medley relay—4th, 5:06.87, Sydney Fritz, Kelsey Bertram, Hayley Halverson and Sydney Schuyler
The Winner High School boys were led by Coleton Schuyler who won the 800 in 2:05.55; Kayleb Brozik who won the high jump in 5-6; Brendan Harter who won the discus with a throw of 135-11
The Warriors won first place in two of the relays.
Other results of the Winner Warriors include:
100—Nick Hossle, 4th, :11.56; Tyrel Haley, 6th, :11.59
200—Windsor Barry, 4th, :23.78; Haley, 5th, :23.88
400—Nathan Galbraith, 2nd, :53.41
110 hurdles—Haley, 3rd, :16.55; Sam Naasz, 4th, :17.31
300 hurdles—Haley, 2nd, :44.18; Naasz, 4th, :45.24
800—Kayleb Brozik, 2nd, 2:15.34
Long jump—Nick Hossle, 2nd, 17-3; Riley Calhoon, 4th, 16-7.5; Windsor Barry, 6th, 16-5.5
Triple jump—Barry, 3rd, 36-9.5
High jump—Brendan Harter, 2nd, 5-6
Shot put—Harter, 2nd, 43-5; Trevor Sachtjen, 5th, 38-0; John Kludt, 6th, 37-6
4×100 relay—4th, :49.40, Jayden Schroeder, Isaac Naasz, Riley Calhoon, Levi McClanahan
4×200 relay—1st, 1:39.12, Nick Hossle, Isaac Naasz, Sam Naasz and Windsor Barry
4×400 relay—1st, 3:43.81, Coleton Schuyler, Kayleb Brozik, Sam Naasz and Nathan Galbraith
4×800 relay—2nd, 9:10.74, Luke Engel, Izak Moleterno, Kayleb Brozik, and Coleton Schuyler
Medley relay—2nd, Nick Hossle, Riley Calhoon, Isaac Naasz and Nathan Galbraith.
“Great effort by all the student athletes,” said coach Larry Aaker.
“On the boys side, we were able to place someone in every event except one and that really helps when you’re trying to win a meet. We expected the boys to do very well but they needed to go out and perform well and they did,” said Aaker.
On the girls side, the coach said the team knew it was a going to be a close race and could possible come down to the last race, which it did. “All the girls stepped up and did what they were asked to do and were able to come away winning the team title by six points,” said the coach.