Girls' state track and field updates

Originally Posted Online: May 18, 2013, 12:13 pm
Last Updated: May 18, 2013, 5:42 pm
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CHARLESTON -- Here are the live updates from the girls' state track and field state meet at the O'Brien Stadium. Be sure to check out Sunday's edition of The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus for the Illinois Quad-Cities' most complete coverage.

For up-to-the-second updates, follow Dispatch/Argus track reporter Daniel Makarewicz on Twitter @danmak57.

Class 1A

Shot put: 2, Freya Block (Kewanee); 6, Jasmine Jefko (Ridgewood)

Discus: 2, Freya Block (Kewanee)

Long jump: 6, Peyton Rus (Erie-Prophetstown)

High jump: 3, Karissa Roman (Annawan-Wethersfield); 4, Paige Rus (Erie-Prophetstown); 9, Madi Schulenberg (Orion)

Triple jump: 1, Paige Rus (Erie-Prophetstown); 2, Megan Reed (Ridgewood); 6, Rachel Cobert (Erie-Prophetstown)

4x100: 1, Erie-Prophetstown; 5, Sherrard

100 hurdles: 6, Devin Hasson (Rockridge); 8, Sara Fisher (Annawan-Wethersfield)

100: 3, Danielle Crawley (Sherrard)

4x200: 3, Erie-Prophetstown; 6, Riverdale; 9, Sherrard

300 hurdles: 6, Devin Hasson (Rockridge); 7, Molly Jo Smith (Ridgewood); 9, Sara Fisher (Annawan-Wethersfield)

200: 2, Danielle Crawley (Sherrard); 3, Peyton Rus (Erie-Prophetstown)

4x400: 2, Erie-Prophetstown

Team results: 1, Moweaqua Central A&M 60; 2, Erie-Prophetstown 56; 3, Aurora Christian 52

Class 2A

4x100: 7, Geneseo

100 hurdles: 4, Hannah Waller (Geneseo)

300 hurdles: 5, Hannah Waller (Geneseo)

Class 3A

4x100: 2, Rock Island

100: 7, Mystique Thompson (Rock Island)

4x200: 2, Rock Island


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