The Windsor High Track team hosted the Greyhound Classic competing against 10 area schools. The boys team won the meet while the girls team finished a close second to Concordia. The girls won seven events with senior Kaitlin Mugler winning both the long jump and triple jump. Freshman Madi James won the discus and placed fourth in the shot put with her best throws of the year. Windsor girls finished 3-4-5 in the high jump with Sadey Gray, Shelby Williams and Jodie Hamilton.
Williams won both the 400 and 200. Sami Baughman won the 100 and came in second in the 200. In other individual events Alli Wade placed fourth in the 800, Hamilton was fifth in the 400, and Sadey Gray and Mikey Gray placed fifth and sixth in the 1600.
All four relays scored in the meet with the 4×200 of Dani Craig, Madison Howard, Baughman and Williams winning their event. Craig, Howard, Baughman and Mugler placed second in the 4×100 as did the 4×400 with Sadey Gray, Wade, Howard and Hamilton. Opening the meet was the fifth place finish in the 4×800 of the Grays, Howard and Wade.
The boys also medalled in the each of the relays with third place finishes. The 4×800 was an all freshmen team of Tim Kuehner, Zach Farrier, Austin Phillips and Jonathan Schuler. The 4×100 was Mason Howard, Jerry Nelson, Colton Gerke and Chase Wetterow. Wetterow, Howard and Kuehner joined with Phillip Kroh in the 4×400 and the 4×200 team was Tyler Brockman, Jaron Spotten, Nelson and Howard.
Brockman picked up three golds in individual events with wins in the long jump, 100 and 200. Windsor dominated the hurdles with Nelson winning the high hurdles while Spotten, Gerke and Nate Rosebrough place second, fourth and fifth. In the 300 hurdles Spotten was second, Gerke third, Rosebrough fifth and Farrier sixth. In the distance races Keller Lewis second in the 3200 and third in the 1600. Schuler placed fourth in the 1600 while Wyatt Foster turned in a fifth place time in the 3200.
High jumpers Spotten and Gerke placed fourth and fifth. In the triple jump Jacob Fleming was second and Howard was sixth. Fleming won the discus and was second in the shot put. Freshman Dillyn Berschauer was fourth in both throwing events. Photo submitted.