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Observer/Advocate
P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Phone: 507-427-2725
Fax: 507-427-2724


Mt. Lake Area turned in

strong performances Friday,

finishing in third place in

the Class A standings at

the Sentinel Relays, held in

Fairmont.

MLA’s girls scored 126

points. Martin County West

won the team title with 162

points.

MLA’s boys finished with

94½ points. MCW also won

the team title with 161.

Individually, Lydia Hildebrandt

paced the Wolverine

girls, winning the pole vault

(7-9) and the 400 (62.67) and

taking second in the 100

dash (13.82).

Carly Paulson added a win

in the triple jump (30-0½)

and took third in the 100

hurdles (18.06). MLA added

wins in the 4x400 (4:30.38)

and the sprint medley relay

(4:51.99).

Brianna Soutthivong took

second in the 200 (27.84).

Marta Stoesz took second in

the high jump (4-8). Bailey

Swanson was third in the 300

hurdles (51.89). MLA placed

second in the 4x200 relay

(1:56.73).

For the MLA boys, Reynaldo

Capetillo finished first

in the 400 (52.33) and second

in the 100 dash (12.04).

MLA added a win in the

4x100 relay (46.64).

Hamlet Tanyavong placed

second in the triple jump (39-

6¾). Caleb Bargen was second

in the 200 dash (24.62).

Slade Harder placed third in

both the 1,600 (4:59.99) and

3,200 (10:47.66).

MLA was scheduled to

compete yesterday (Tuesday)

at the Sleepy Eye Invite.

The Wolverines will run at

Thursday’s Trojan Relays in

Worthington, which is the

final meet before the conference

meet May 14 at Slayton.

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