KCHA Sports Report (4/13)


The Charles City Comet girls track team was in Osage last night for an invitational meet.  The Comets were able to win two events and claim fourth place as a team.  McKayla Cole finished first in the 800 meter run and Sara Martin was the winner in the shot put.  The Charles City Comet girls track team will be in competition again on Friday when they take part in the Decorah invitational.

The Nashua Plainfield boys and girls track teams hosted an invitational track meet yesterday that featured eight schools in all.  The Nashua boys finished in seventh place as a team and nearly half of their team points came from Braydon Fisher’s first place finish in the 400 meter hurdles.  Fisher was also able to pick up team points in the 100 meter dash and in the long jump.  The Husky boys’ shuttle hurdle relay team got third place for their best relay event.  On the girls side, Nashua finished in fourth place as a team.  The Husky girls were able to win three events on the day as Briley Fisher won the 400 meter dash, Dallas Weiss won the 100 meter hurdles and the team of Kaylee Eggers, Brittany Bendickson, Abby Lumley and Weiss won the shuttle hurdle relay.  North Butler’s girls finished with ten team points, all of which came from Haley Landers’ first place finish in the discus.

The Charles City and Nashua Trapshooting team hosted a meet yesterday at the Nashua Gun Club against New Hampton.  New Hampton Red won the meet with a team score of 223, New Hampton Blue finished second with a score of 218, and Charles City 1 got third place with a team score of 214.  For individual results, New Hampton’s boys claimed the top six spots as Christian Schwickerath, Kevin Burgart and Ryan Denner all shot 48, Austin Schmidt and Zach Heying shot 47’s and Austin Onken had a 46.  For Charles City, Shau Landt led the way with a 46, Aaron Wright had a 45 and Jacob Greenzweig shot a 44.  On the girls side, Charles City’s Izzy Worrall and Sydney North were the top two finishers as Worrall had a 45 and North had a 44.  Danni Priestly led New Hampton’s girls with a round of 42.

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