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Boys Varsity Track · Boys Varsity Track finishes at Lenawee County Championships


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The Addison Panther Boys Track team competed at the Lenawee County Track and Field Championships on Tuesday. The Panthers qualified an athlete in the top 8 of every event, but only ran about half of the events as we are looking at getting athletes fresh for Saturday’s State Championship. Addison walked away with 3 County Champions. Donovan Underwood won the Discus, Marquis Bills won the high jump, and the 4 x 400 relay team of Zach Morse, Matt Poling, Zac Steiner, and Dakota Knieper won a county championship. This is an impressive list considering we ran against bigger teams (Adrian and Tecumseh). Here are the rest of the results from last night.

3200 relay – 3rd – Zach Morse, Matt Poling, Zac Steiner, Jannya Boorman 8:41.91
110 Hurdles – Noah Hermansen 6th 16.5. Nathan Rodlund 8th 16.81 (Caleb Gramm qualified, but did not run)
100 Dash – Josh Brown qualified, but did not run
800 relay – 2nd Josh Brown, Dakota Knieper, Caleb Gramm, Dominic Young 1:32.58 (season best).
1600 – Jannya Boorman 5:08.81. Zach Morse qualified but did not run.
400 relay – 2nd Josh Brown, Dakota Knieper, Caleb Gramm, Dominic Young 44.98 (season best)
400 dash – Dakota Knieper qualified, but did not run.
300 Hurdles – Caleb Gramm 3rd 42.69. Nathan Rodlund 7th 45.58. Noah Hermansen 8th 46.95
800 run – Zach Morse, Zac Steiner, Matt Poling qualified but did not run
200 Dash – Dominic Young, Josh Brown, Dakota Knieper qualified but did not run
3200 run – Zach Morse qualified but did not run
1600 relay – 1st Zach Morse, Matt Poling, ,Zach Steiner, Dakota Knieper 3:32.34 (Season Best)
Discus – Donovan Underwood 145′ 7″
Shot Put – Donovan Underwood qualified but did not throw
Long Jump – Josh Brown 5th 19′ 1″, Marquis Bills 9th
High Jump – Marquis Bills 1st 6′ 0″. Matt Sylvester 4th 5′ 6″
Pole Vault – 4th 11′ 6″. Gavin McAndrews

The Addison Panthers will travel to Hudsonville Saturday to challenge for a State Championship.