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Track: Elkhorn’s Willer gains academic honor

Elkhorn graduate Natalie Willer, a star pole vaulter at Nebraska, has earned another honor. Willer joined Husker teammate Rachel Carrizales as NCAA Division I second-team Academic All-District VII honorees.

 


High School State Track: Hawkeye dominance

It’s another clean sweep for Iowa. For the fourth year now, we’ve taken a few minutes to compare the top performances from the Nebraska and Iowa co-ed state track meets, which are held on the same weekend about 140 miles apart. And for the second straight year, Iowa came out ahead on both sides. The states now share 14 common boys events and 12 girls events. Iowa finished this year with an 11-2-1 advantage in boys events and a 7-5 girls edge.

 


Nebraska State Track: Kearney keeps ‘A’ boys title; Lincoln SW girls get first

Kearney retained the Class A boys track and field title, but there was a new girls team joining the Bearcats on the trophy lap. Lincoln Southwest, with two champions, edged double gold-medalist LaQue Moen-Davis and her Omaha Central teammates 67-63 for the first track championship for the young school.


State Track Gallery of Champions
World-Herald Video: Nebraska State Track
Photo Showcase: Nebraska state track meet
Track & Field Page: Complete coverage of the Nebraska and Iowa state meets

Replay Saturday's live coverage from the Nebraska State Track Meet
Replay Friday's coverage

Also:
Nebraska State Track Notes: After win, Budd slumps on Saturday
Double gold medalists include Moen-Davis, Washington
Millard South freshmen go head-to-head
Washington comes back after stumble
Bongers takes gold in the 800
Moen-Davis breaks 14 second mark on 100-meter hurdles
Tacha dominates Class D hurdles

 


Iowa Girls: Schlater in shock she’s done competing

everal minutes after her final race and probably oblivious to most in the large crowd, Abby Schlater wept briefly and softly. The normally reserved Council Bluffs St. Albert senior released her emotions for several reasons, but primarily it was because of the realization that her prep track career was over.



Photo Slideshow: Iowa state track meet

Also:
Iowa Girls: Gold medal, record prove it
Iowa Boys: Atlantic’s Mullen continues his mastery in hurdles
Iowa Girls: Sweet victory for Lo-Ma

 



 

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