Windsor hosted the Kaysinger Conference Meet and came away with a sweep of the team championships. The Greyhound girls won with 174 points to Smithton’s 129 and Tipton’s 99. The boys team scored 196 points to best Cole Camp with 182 and Smithton with 83.
Tyler Brockman led the way for the boys scoring 40 points with four wins in individual events. Brockman won the 100, 200, 400 and long jump. Fellow senior Jacob Fleming won two events with wins in the discus and triple jump. Freshman Dillyn Berschauer won the shot put.
The hurdlers picked a pair of wins as Jerry Nelson won the high hurdles and Jaron Spotten won the intermediate hurdles.
Spotten took second in the high hurdles and Colton Gerke placed third in the 300 hurdles. Gerke and Spotten placed second and third in the high jump. Fleming was third in the long jump as was Mason Howard in the triple jump. In the sprints Brett Rosebrough was third in the 200 and Nick Standon finished fourth in the 100. In the middle distance races Chase Wetterow was fifth in the 400 while fellow freshmen Tim Kuehner and Zach Farrier paced sixth and seventh in the 800. In the 1600, Keller Lewis placed fourth followed by Jonathon Schuler. Lewis was third in the 3200 with Wyatt Foster picking up fifth place points.
Top marks for the boys relay team was the 4×200 of Standon, Brockman, Howard and Nelson that placed second. Garnering third place points was the 4×100 of Howard, Nelson, Nate Rosebrough and Phillip Kroh. The 4×800 team of Schuler, Farrier, Austin Phillips and Gage Becwar also placed third. Finishing fourth was the 4×400 squad of Wetterow, Howard, Spotten and Becwar.
The girls team won two relays with first place finishes in both sprint relays. The 4×100 was made up of Sami Baughman, Jodie Hamilton, Madison Howard and Kaitlin Mugler. The 4×200 team was Baughman, Hamilton, Howard and Williams. The 4×800 opened the meet with third place points with Sadey Gray, Mikey Gray, Alli Wade and Madi James. The 4×400 was fourth with Howard, Hamilton, Sadey Gray and Dani Craig.
The Greyhounds won seven individual events including three in the field events. James won the discus and also placed fourth in the shot put.
WIlliams tied for first in the high jump and Hamilton placed third.
Mugler won the long jump and finished just an inch behind the leader in the triple jump. Craig picked up third place points in the long jump and was sixth in the triple jump.
Baughman won the 100 as Craig placed seventh. Williams won the 200 followed by Baughman in second. Williams also won the 400 followed by a fourth place finish by Howard. Sadey Gray and James were fifth and sixth in the 800. In the 1600, Wade and Sadey Gray were fourth and fifth in the field. The Greyhounds scored fourth and fifth place points in the 3200 with Mugler and Mikey Gray. Windsor also scored in the high hurdles as sophomores Jaelyn Prevete finished first and Morgan Fowler was third.
The girls team conference championship was its first since 2004. The boys last won a track conference title in 1998. (Submitted)