Tigers perform well at state; 3 200-relay team medals
OSMOND — The Osmond boys’ track team started the 2019 state meet off on the right foot as they earned a medal in the opening event on the track, the 3,200-relay. Johnson Chishiba opened the race, moving up to the top third of the competitors and handed off to Mason Bykerk, who also ran strong. Joshua Gansebom ran his best split of the year, keeping the Tigers in medal contention. Anthony Heiman took the baton and moved the team into a solid eighth place, chasing the Allen Eagles to the line. Osmond’s time was their best of the season, 8:50.9.
As the relay was running, Alexis Solorzano was competing in the shot put. He had a nice toss measuring 43 ft., 2 in., which was 14th best in the class .
Freshman KeatonWattier was the next Tiger up. He was in Heat 3 of the 110 high hurdles. After a fine start and solid run, his trail leg hit the ninth hurdle but he still finished in fifth place in his fastest time ever of 16.21.
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