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Clark wins five events,
Marlee Brown sets record
at District 5-B District Meet

 

 

Marlee Brown wins sprint at left.
Clark in winning hurdles at top.


May 18, 2000
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana


They didn't place high in team points, but Seeley-Swan individuals stood out at the District 5-B track championship meet last weekend with speedster Bobby Clark winning five events, Kaleb Johnson taking the pole vault and Marlee Brown setting a new track record in the 200 while claiming another first in the 100.

Clark was first in the 100 (11.30), first in the 200 (23.20), first in the 110 hurdles (16.06), first in the 300 hurdles (40.98), and first in the long jump (20-8 3/4).

The SSHS seniort posted his long jump win on Friday in the field events, and then made Saturday his day in the track events.

Saturday was a good day for Marlene Brown who claimed wins in the girls' 100 and 200 events. She ran the 100 in 13.01, and set a new District 5-B meet record of 26.5 in the 200 event. Brown also finished sixth in the shot put at 30-8.

And Kaleb Johnson rounded off the first-place wins for Seeley-Swan when he vaulted 13 feet, a foot and a half above the second place finisher.

Other SSHS athletes will be moving along with Clark, Johnson and Brown to the Divisional Meet at Missoula's Dornblaster Stadium this weekend as the top six individuals and relay teams from district advance to divisional.

Chris Anderson was fifth in the javelin at 149-5 and Noah Madinger was right behind him in sixth place at 149-4.

The boys' 400 relay team was fourth in a time of 47.21.

Lane Dellwo was sixth in the 800 in 2:11.81.

For the girls, Kelly Duntz was second in the 3,200 distancei a time of 12:19.88, and third in the 1,600 in 5:34.94.

The girls' relay team was fifth in the 400 relay in 53.68 and sixth in the 1,600 relay in 4:28.14.

Shyanne Feucht third in the discus at 109-2 and fourth in the shot put at 31-4.


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