Hansen doubles up on rivals in windy track meet

Killdeer senior sprinter Shawnee Hansen picked up two quick victories Saturday in the Hollinger Classic track meet in Bowman. Hansen won both the 100 meters and the 200 meters. She and the rest of the Killdeer track team will be going to Bowman again Friday for the regional competition. HERALD photo / Brad Mosher


Shawnee Hansen didn’t need wind to win during Saturday’s Hollinger Classic track meet in Bowman.
In fact, it worked against her in the 200 meters.


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Still, the senior sprinter from Killdeer was able to win both the 100 and 200 meter races in one of the final meets of the season.
She cracked the 13-second barrier in the 100 meters, setting a seasonal best of 12.93. It is still short of her personal best from the 2018 season when she cranked out a 12.81 effort.
In the 200 meters, she pulled away from the field coming out of the curve to crank out a season-best 26.61 second effort.
The Killdeer team was fourth with 95 points, while Trinity won the meet with 171 points.
Brooke Reiss picked up a victory with a personal best of 34 feet, nine inches in the shot put.
She also set another personal mark in the discus with a throw of 79-02.
Steena Larsen won the discus with a new personal best mark of 122-0.
Larsen set a seasonal best in the javelin, where she won with a 116-11 toss.
Chelsey Morlock and Danielle Dobitz took the top two places in the pole vault, with Morlock clearing 9 feet, three inches for the win.
Dobitz cleared 7-06 to grab second.
Karly Bang finished fourth in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump.

Boys place fourth
Killdeer was fourth in the Hollinger Classic track meet Saturday with 46.5 points, far behind Trinity’s winning 217.5 points. Bowman County was second with 147.5 points.
Dylan Tabor won the javelin with a 152-7 effort, the Cowboys’ only individual victory.

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