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2010 Nebraska H.S. Track & Field Leaders

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Meez 3D avatar avatars games 2010 Nebraska HS Boys & Girls Track & Field Leaders
Boys Girls
Sprints Sprints
100m: Tim Thompson, SR, Boys Town – 10.20 100m: Mia Reynolds , JR, Omaha North -12.08

200m: Daniel Davie, JR, Beatrice – 21.74

200m: Brianna McGhee, SO, Omaha North – 24.80

400m: Brandon White, SR, Omaha North – 48.55

400m: Clara Nichols, SO, Millard South – 56.59
Distance Runs Distance Runs
800m: Andrew Mitteis, SR, Plattsmouth – 1:56.99800m: Morgan Woitzel, SO, Millard South- 2:14.79
1600m: Marshall Anderson, SO, Papillion- 4:21.741600m: Sidney Hirsch, FR, Millard West – 5:21.51
3200m: Marshall Anderson, SO, Papillion- 9:28.023200m: Kelsey Christensen JR, Seward – 11.:27.5.
110HH: Elijah Mason, SR, Omaha Northwest – 14.36100HH: LaQue Moen-Davis, JR, Omaha North- 14.05
300IM:Stephon Washington, SR, Burke – 37.71300L: LaQue Moen-Davis, JR, Omaha North- 45.00
400m: Boys Town – 42.14400m: Omaha North – 46.84
1600: Lexington – 3: 23.201600m: Millard South– 3:59.12
3200: Millard West– 7:53.413200: Lincoln Southeast 9:25.52
Field EventsField Events
Shot Put: Chris Reed, SR, Omaha Central – 62′ 6.75″Shot Put: Alysia Kamphaus, SR, Seward – 47′ 7.25″

Discus: Chris Trausch, SR, Minden – 182′ 8″

Discus: Michelle Wallerstedt, SO, Omaha Burke- 144′ 4″
High Jump: Deverell Biggs  SR, Omaha Central – 7′ 0″High Jump: Jill Scanlan, SR, Plattsmouth; Tenisha Matlock,  SR, North Platte – 5′ 8″

Pole Vault: Beau Simmons, SR, Aurora – 15′ 2″

Pole Vault: Lauren Welch, SR, Papillion-LV – 12′ 4.25″

Long Jump: Ted Lampkin, JR, Omaha Central – 24′ 4.75″

Long Jump: LaQue Moen-Davis, JR, Omaha North – 20′ 2.75″

Triple Jump: Ted Lampkin, JR, Omaha Central – 48′ 2.75″

Triple Jump: LaQue Moen-Davis, JR, Omaha North – 42′ 4″
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  1. North Viking
    March 18, 2010 @ 6:01 pm

    You might as well just put a bunch of Viking names up there right now.


  2. Track Fan
    March 19, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

    North Viking get real. I don’t see Moen-Davis beating Nichols in the 200. It’s just not her race. Don’t get me wrong, she is great. But Nichols is stonger overall in the sprints. The Vikings are loaded with a lot of talent on the girls and boys team. Yet I don’t think they will win the team titles at the state meet. And you can count on some surprises this year from other runners in the state.


  3. Moen-Davis Fan
    April 15, 2010 @ 11:02 pm

    You won’t see Moen-Davis beat Nichols because that’s not an event she will be competing in unless the occassion rises. You will see her in more jump events and the HH. She has a couple events she dominates in not just 1. North girls has state in the bag!


  4. admin
    April 16, 2010 @ 11:46 pm

    Moen-Davis Fan

    I don’t necessarily agree that the North girls have state in the bag. There are too many variables to consider here, but they for sure will be high among the favorites to be state champs. As for LaQue–man! That girl is off the charts! It will really be interesting to see what events she will compete in at the college level. She definitely has the talent to eventually become an Olympic team qualifier. Of course she will have to stay focused and healthy.

    I too am a huge Moen-Davis fan!!!


  5. Anonymous
    October 21, 2010 @ 6:58 am

    Sam Housh of North Star ran 14.32 in the 110 m High Hurdles at Districts at Kearney in 2010. The best in the state last year.


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