Wauneta-Palisade Track

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For the second year in a row Greg Gaston battled the elements, as well as his opponents, at the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships on his way to back-to-back Class D high jump championships. Gaston battled rain both years during his run to the title. 

Gaston was one of six Wauneta-Palisade athletes who took part in seven events at the state meet Friday and Saturday in Omaha. See page 6 for more state track coverage.

Gaston doesn’t let a little rain slow him down, repeats as Class D high jump champ

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Despite a rough and tumble race, the boys’ 3,200 meter relay team of Ben Anderjaska, Joel Maris, Brody Nordhausen and Cash Yearous ran its second best time of the season. Yearous ran his second best time of the season in the 1,600 meter run.

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Greg Gaston cleared 6’3” Friday afternoon, earning his second state championship in the high jump.

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Faith Simpson took part in four events at the state track meet, but was unable to place in any.

Wet weather doesn’t stop Gaston’s repeat championship

It was deja vu all over again for Greg Gaston at the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships 

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Willis Christner heads down the stretch in the 3,200 meter run.
 

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Haylee Dike battles Maci Sorge out of the blocks in the preliminaries of the 100 meter dash.

Broncos qualify for state track meet in seven events

Six Wauneta-Palisade athletes have qualified for the Nebraska State Track Championship following the district track meet Wednesday, May 10, in Bertrand.

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Michaela Dukes makes the second handoff of the 400 meter relay to Dakota Ingold.

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Ben Anderjaska started off the Wauneta-Palisade 3,200 meter relay and passes the baton to Joel Maris.

Records fall at hot Dundy County-Stratton Twilight

Multiple meet records and personal bests were broken last Friday at the Dundy County-Stratton Twilight.

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