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More MIfflin County/ Juniata Indoor Track action from SC Invitational

In the prime time spot of the State College Invitational Indoor track meet, the MIfflin County Huskies continued to show solid efforts.

Leading the way in the second portion of competition, Kiana Sechler finished a solid second in the long jump with a leap of 16’ 06 1/2”.

Sechler also landed a second place nod in the triple jump. Her launch of 34’ 07 1/2 leap secured the runner-up position.

Starting in the girls 400-yard run, the Huskies were led by Magdelen Webb with a 1:22.95. Teammate Tika Silks finished with a finishing time of 1:41.90.

In the girls’ 800, Kylee Cubbison went toe-to-toe with State College’s Elle Haushalter. The two were neck-in-neck until the very end as Haushalter finished just a split second in front of Cubbison as she had finished with a 2:26.22 while Cubbison was right there at the end with a 2:26.87.

Teammate Julia Montgomery finished ninth with a time of 2:42.90.

In the 200-meter dash, MIfflin County’s Webb finishes with a 34.05.

In the 3000-meter run, MIfflin County were led by Justice Sheaffer, Posting a 13:09.98 while Madelyn Chilcote finished with a 13:24.67.

In the girls 4×200 relay, the MIfflin County group consisting of Layla Shimp, Cubbison, Webb and Chilcote finishes 11th with a combined time of 2:03.55.

Bryn Kanagy finished 24th in the long  jump with a leap of 12’ 09 1/2”.

Kanagy also posted a tough finish in the triple with a leap of 29’ 09”.

In the high jump, Ella Spriggle finished with an impressive third place finish with a jump of 5’ 0”.

On the boys’ side, Juniata’s Garrett Baublitz finished fifth in the 400-meter run as teammate Tad Shellenberger finished 13th with times of 52.78 and 56.06, respectively.

MIfflin County’s Clayton Herrick finished 15th with a 56.22 time.

Joel Galbraith finished in 20th place as he notched a final time of 58.44.

Aiden Hendricks rounded out the Husky runners with a time of 1:05.80.

In the 800, Juniata’s Clay Yeager was in the mix but had to settle for a fourth place nod with a time of 2:04.18.

Teammate James Hazard finished 28th with a time of 2:19.06.

MIfflin County’s Dylan Kurtz finished

Just a slot behind Hazard, posting a 2:19.61.

Dominic Reed finished 34th with a time of 2:26.47.

Rounding out the Huskies on the night was Luke Breneman with a 2:43.13.

Tad Shellenberger led Juniata in the 200-meter run with a time of 25.30.

He was followed closely by MIfflin County’s Dylan Long with a time of 25.41.

Teammate Cole Chilson finished in 29th with a time of 25.09.

At 33, Tyler Caldwell finished with a time of 27.04.

MIfflin County had three runners in the 3000-meter run.

Chris Royer lead the group with an eight place nod and a time of 9:55.84.

Mason Schomaker was next finishing with a 12th place time of 10:05.32.

Rounding things out was Gabe Yoder with a 10:35.71.

MIfflin County took the 12th position in the 4×200 relay. The team of Long, Jackson, Chilson and Caldwell finished with a time of 1:44.40.

MIfflin County’s B team consisting of Tom Bender, Caden Kauffman, AJ French and Caldwell posted a time of 1:52.04.

In the field events, Logan Renninger and Bronson Smith-Price finishes in the top five with throws of 41’ 10” and 41’ 07”, respectively.

In the pole vault, MIfflin County had Joel Galbraith finish with an 8’ 6” launch.

Caden Kauffman paced the Huskies in the log jump with a leap of 19’ 00”.

Kauffman also was strong in the triple jump with a fifth place leap of 39’ 09” 1/4”.

In the high jump, Reagan Ettinger placed third with a leap of 6’0”.

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