Boys tracksters remain undefeated

Busco came up with first and second place in the 100-meter dash. Getting first for the Eagles was senior Brian Trump with a time of 11.59. Coming in close second was junior Kyle Mathewson. His time was 11.70. In the 200 meter dash, this time Mathewson got first with 23.91 and Trump got second with 24.23. In the 400 meter dash, sophomore Alex Zolman got first place for the Eagles with a time of 53.93.

In the 800 meter dash, Busco’s Austin Hively got second with a time of 2:14.35 and Joe Zumbrun placed fourth with a time of 2:16.49. In the 1600 meter run, Davon Geiger finished third with a time of 4:53.67 and Greg Bloem came in sixth with a time of 5:16.41. In the 3200 meter run, Conner Hogeston place third with a time of 10:59.96 and Davon Geiger place fifth with a time of 11:11.49.

In the 100-meter hurdles, sophomore Josh LeFever finished first with a time of 16.31 and junior Kyle Monk finished second with a time of 16.70. In the 300-meter hurdles, LeFever took first with a time of 43.49 while junior Jess Percy placed fifth with a time of 48.88.

Busco’s relay teams looked tough Tuesday night. They got a first place finish in the 4×100 with a time of 44.55 and another first place finish in the 4×400 with a time of 3:38.66 and they took third in the 4×800 with a time of 9:14.02.

The high jump saw Eagles Kyle Monk get the first place finish with a jump of 5’ 10” and Jes Percey finish in second place with a jump of 5’ 8”. Busco once again took home first and second place in pole vault. Getting first place was Zack Adams with a vault of 11’ 6” and Zach Armstead got second with a vault of 11’ 0”. In the long jump, Busco’s Kyle Mathewson got second with a jump of 18’ 10”and Alex Zolman’s jump of 18’ 6” was good for third place.

In shot put, Skylar Greve with a throw of 43’ 0.75” placed second, Spencer Conrad was third with a throw of 41’ 5.75” and Austin McClure finished fourth with a throw of 40’ 3.50”. In discus, Busco’s Josh LeFever placed first with a throw of 122’ 3” and Charlie Huelsenbeck got fourth with a throw of 116’ 9”.

The boys are back in action Friday as they travel to Albion for the Central Noble Invitational.

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