BY PCC STAFF
MT. PLEASANT – The FMHS boys and girls track teams ran in the Mt. Pleasant Co-Ed meet on Friday with the Lady Hounds landing three first-place finishes and the boys with two.
Holy Trinity junior Brett Schneider continues to rack up firsts in the 800-meter run. Schneider finished six seconds ahead of the pack on the girls side with a 2:24.93 time.
The ladies distance medley team of Kamryn Bailey, Brynn Schroeder, Sierra Howardson, and Schneider also took first-place again about six seconds ahead of the crowd with a 4:30.82.
Howardson also took first place in the girls 3200-meter run with a time of 11:00.41.
On the boys side, Caleb Gehle took first place in the 100 and 200 meter dash-wheelchair division with times of 39.48 and 1:17.97.
HTC’s Quentin Schneider gave the Hounds a 3rd-place finish in the 400-meter dash 1:00.68 and Elijah Barnes racked up another 3rd-place finish in the shot-put with a 44-08, a personal best for him. Shance Redd-Donald took 3rd in long jump with a leap of 19-04.5. Aaron Steffensmeier took 3rd in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:12.45.
Holy Trinity’s Matt Hellige captured a 4th-place finish for the Hounds with a time of 10:29.56, while the 4×800-meter relay team of Steffensmeier, Jared Kester, Hellige and Quentin Schneider also took fourth with a time of 9:03.13.
“It was a cold night with great competition,” boys coach Erin Brenner said. “Elijah Barnes continues to look good. He threw another personal record last night.”
Brenner said freshman Schneider is looking more comfortable with the 400 hurdles and Steffensmeier ran a strong 800.
“Gehle and I felt much better about his wheelchair race times last night,” she said.
All the Hound results are listed below.
800 sprint Medley
Fort Madison, Maddy McVey, Brynn Schroeder, Kamryn Bailey and Brett Schnieder, 2:00.78 (6th-Place)
FM Sierra Howardson 11:00.41 (1st)
FM Claire Mendez, Kamryn Bailey, Elizabeth Miller and Cayleigh Smith, 11:12.67 (5th)
FM Maddy McVey 14.79 (13th), Ellie Baxter 15.42 (15th)
FM – Bailey, Schroeder, Howardson and Schneider – 4:30.82 (1st)
FM – Claire Mendez – 1:11.13 (7th), Nadine Schaefer – 1:23.30 (13th)
FM – Schroeder, Alaina Gilpin, McVey and Brittiney Harris – 2:06.94 (6th)
FM – Miller – 21.06 (9th)
FM – Schneider – 2:24.93 (1st), Claire Hellman 3:03.67 (12th)
FM – Bailey – 30.26 (8th), Gilpin -33.29 (13th)
FM – Miller – 1:26.24 (6th)
FM – Schneider 5:05.50 (5th), Howardson – 5:07.92 (6th)
FM – Harris, Scheafer, Baxter and Daylyn Wondra – 1:02.66 (8th)
FM – Schroeder, Mendez, Howardson and McVey – 4:47.12 (7th)
FM – Harris – 33.01 (5th-Personal Record), Elizabeth Fincher 25-01.25 (11th)
800 sprint medley
FM – Alex Gully, Logan Rashid, Dayne Cordray and Matthew Meierotto – 1:52.82 (9th)
FM – Matthew Hellige – 10:29.56 (4th)
FM – Aaron Steffensmeier, Jared Kester, Hellige and Quentin Schneider – 9:03.13 (4th)
FM – Alex Gully- 12.31 (13th), Shance Redd-Donald – 12.33 (14th)
FM – Caleb Gehle – 39.48 (1st)
FM – Gully, Rashid, Cordray and Joseph Grabowski – 4:24.32 (9th)
FM – Schneider – 55.77 (5th), Kyle Young 1:06.42 (18th)
FM – Rashid, Cordray, Grabowski and Kester 1:49.74 (9th)
FM – Steffensmeier 2:12.45 (3rd), Grabowski 2:28.45 (17th)
FM – Gully 25.28 (14th), Young 29.42 (19th)
FM – Gehle 1:17.97 (1st)
FM – Schneider – 1:00.68 (3rd)
FM – Hellige – 5:00.54 (7th), Steffensmeier 5:04.12 (9th)
FM – Rashid, Cordray, Grabowski and Meierotto, 51.96 (11th)
FM – Redd-Donald – 19-04.5 (3rd), Rashid – 17-03.5 (10th)
FM – Heath Hoenig – 95-00, (17th)
FM – Elijah Barnes – 44-08.00 (3rd)