Rush City track and field

By Victoria Dahlin Rush City athletes Max Maher and Kayla Nelson both took third place at the State High School Track and Field Championships last week at Hamline University. Junior pole vaulter Maher made a jump of 13’9”, which in another year would have been enough to earn the Championship, but this year Grant Krieger [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin— Rush City track team members Max Maher and freshman Kayla Nelson qualified for the State Track and Field Championships May 30 at the Section 5A Championship at St. John’s University. Maher, a junior, made a jump of 12’ 6” in the pole vault to earn Section Champion, while Nelson crossed the finish [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin After the Rush City girls 4x100m relay team set a new school record and the boys and girls teams took second place at Hinckley, both track teams finished third in the Section True Team Meet. On May 4 the Tigers competed in the Ron Jensen Invitational at Hinckley-Finlayson High School with the [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin— In their last two track meets, both the Tiger track teams showed their desire to improve and achieve the goal of taking the conference championships this year. The boys totaled 131 team points to place second to only Hinckley-Finlayson (144) while ahead of Ogilvie (48), East Central (44) and Carlton (7) in [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin Both the girls and boys Tiger track teams took first place at the Ogilvie Unlimited Tuesday, April 3. The boys team totaled 136 points to place ahead of Pine City with 95.5 points, Ogilvie with 56.5, Braham with 49 and Aitkin with 29 total team points. Winning events were Daniel Weber (110m [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin— Rush City’s track teams launched their seasons with a trip to Foley where the boys took second place out of six teams and the girls third out of seven at the Great River Conference Indoor. The boys racked up 114.5 points to finish only behind Hinckley-Finlayson with 157.5 total team points. In [...]

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