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Marion runners set personal bests at Remington

Marion’s track and field team put forth strong performances from start to finish, setting six personal records during the Remington Relays on Friday.

Colton Mercer took his first gold medal of the season, leading the 800-meter race from the start, and setting a personal best of 2:08.24.

Anne Baliel reached another best in the pole vault with a 10’ 3” vault, capturing the win.

It was the Warriors’ best meet of the season, with the team placing in 10 events for the boys, and nine events for the girls.

Emmy Hess was the girls top scorer, with gold in long jump and triple jump, and bronze in 100-meter hurdles. Noah Dalrymple performed well for the boys, taking first in high jump, and second in triple jump.

Boys top finishers: 4x100 meters, fourth place, 47.74 seconds; 4x400 meters, sixth place, 3:56.93; shot put, Charlie Nordquist sixth place, 39’; long jump, Burton Harshman sixth, 17’ 8”; triple jump, Dalrymple second place, 38’ 1”; Harshman third, 37’ 8½”; high jump, Dalrymple first place, 6’ 2”; pole vault, Campbell Winter, 10’; 300-meter hurdles, Winter fourth place, 46.71 seconds; 800 meters, Mercer first place, 2:08.24; 3200 meters, Colton Boudreaux sixth place, 11:45.40.

Girls top finishers: 4x100, third place, 53.67 seconds; 4x400, third place, 4:25.70; long jump, Hess first place, 16’ 1”; triple jump, Hess first place, 32’ 8½”, Abigail Stuchlik fourth place, 28’ 11½”; pole vault, Baliel first place, 10’ 03”, Regnier second place, 8’ 6”; 100-meter hurdles, Hess first place, 17.47 seconds; 200 meters, Baliel fourth place, 28.35 seconds; 800 meters, Heidi Grimmett second place, 2:29.02; 1600 meters, Grimmett second place, 5:35.65.

Last modified May 9, 2019