Lady Tigers Fifth At A Club Relays

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April 11, 2002

Lady Tigers Fifth At A Club Relays

The weather was more fit for ice fishing than a track meet but the Scotland County Lady Tigers braved the below freezing temperatures April 2 to compete in the A Club Relays in Bloomfield, IA. SCR-I finished fifth in the six-team event.

It was simply cold miserable conditions," said Coach Josh Smith. "We still showed promise despite the weather. We need to work on our handoffs for relays but it's still early in the season."

Sara Norton topped the individual performance list with a first place finish in the shot put with a throw of 28 feet 10.5 inches. That was seven inches further than the third place throw by teammate Amy Morgan. The duo flip-flopped in the standings in the discus where Morgan was third with a throw of 82 feet 1.5 inches while Norton finished fifth at 76 feet nine inches.

The best performance on the track came from Amy Blomme who was second in the 400-meter low hurdles in a time of 1:21.734. The junior was also a member of three of the Tigers' top finishing relay teams.

The 4x200 team of Blomme, Sara Eggleston, Megan Walker and Jessie Cotton took fourth place. The 4x100 team of Eggleston, Cotton, Blomme and Valerie Crawford was fifth while the distance medley team of Blomme, Walker, Norton and Rebecca Consbrock finished sixth.

Consbrock turned in a fourth place time in the 800-meter run while Crawford was fourth in the 400-meter dash.

The spring medley relay team of Eggleston, Walker, Cotton and Crawford was fifth in a time of 2:17.064.

Mandi Bulen picked up sixth place points in the 100-meter low hurdles while Eggleston was sixth in the 200-meter dash.

SCR-I competed against Albia, Davis County, Harmony, Moravia, and Pella Christian.

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