Winnett-Grass Range, Moore compete at Park City/Roundup Invitational

Doreen Heintz
Sports Editor

On the all-weather track at Columbus, the Winnett-Grass Range and Moore track and field teams competed at the Park City/Roundup Invitational on Tuesday, April 25. Freshman Jacob Jessen scored all 22 points for the Winnett-Grass Range boys’ team. The Moore boys’ team scored 10 points at the meet.
Following are the complete boys’ team scores: Joliet 121.5, Roberts 88, Park City 79, Roundup 61.5; Reed Point-Rapelje 47, Columbus 46, Bridger 24, Winnett-Grass Range 22, Absarokee 14, Red Lodge 11, Moore 10, Harlowton 5, Big Timber 1, Broadview-Lavina 1.
Jessen won the 800-meter run for the Rams with a time of 2:11.33. He was third in the 110-meter high hurdles (18.57) and third in the triple jump (37-10.5).
Hayden Heilig finished in second place for Moore in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.96. Shane Wichman scored the other 2 points for Moore with a fifth-place finish in the 800-meter run. Wichman’s time in the 800 was 2:22.33.

Moore scores 23 points in girls’ competition
Sierra Durbin scored in three events in Columbus to help her Lady Bulldogs score 23 points in the invite. Durbin was second in the 200 (29.47), fourth in the 400 (1:08.14) and fourth in the 300 hurdles (52.85). Also scoring for Moore was Mamie Hertel, who cleared 4-6 in the high jump to finish third.
The Winnett-Grass Range girls scored a total of 17 points. Lady Ram Jacy Nunn was third in the 100 with a time of 14.6 seconds. Sydney Browning finished in second place in the high jump, clearing 4-6. Tawny Browning was the third Lady Ram to place when she finished fourth in the 1600 with a time of 6:30.41.
The team scoring for the meet was as follows: Roundup 118, Park City 67.5, Joliet 55.5, Big Timber 55, Columbus 46, Broadview-Lavina 42.5, Red Lodge 36.5, Moore 23, Bridger 22, Winnett-Grass Range 17, Reed Point-Rapelje 16, Absarokee 14, Harlowton 7.



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