Cassville sizes up competition
Wildcats finish fourth at McDonald County meet
For the Wildcats track team, this season has begun with comparing itself to others.
Cassville feels pretty good about its team, and a fourth-place finish at McDonald County shows that the Wildcats are making progress.
Results are as follows:
Andrew Prier (Discus), 119-3
Garrett Kritz (Shot Put), 40-8
Michael Sommers, DJ White, Zach Coenen, Jericho Farris (4x100 Relay), 46.7
Michael Sommers, DJ White, Zach Coenen, Jericho Farris (4x200 Relay), 1:37.5
Jericho Farris (100m), 11.9
Nathan Dick (Pole Vault), 10-
Kel Wilson, Devon Brookes, Pace Evans, Quinn Cook (4x800 Relay), 9:24.2
Jesse Anthonysz (110 Hurdles), 17.8
Devon Brookes (300 Hurdles), 47
Drake Reese (High Jump), 5-6
Jesse Anthonysz (Javelin), 123-6
Eli Pickett (Pole Vault), 9
Drake Reese (110 Hurdles), 18.5
Jerome Ewing (200 meters), 26
Pace Evans (1600 meters), 5:12.1
Andrew Prier (Javelin), 118-2
With the new conference alignment, it will be interesting to see where we stack up, said Clay Weldy, Cassville coach. We are going from an eight-team conference meet to 14-team conference meet. The more schools competing, the harder it is to place kids, so our kids are excited for the challenge.
I see our strength being in our relay teams. Lamar has been the Big 8 Champion for 7 years in a row I believe, so they are always the team to beat. It will be interesting with the new 14-team conference how the new schools will be.
The Wildcats will be in action on Thursday at Aurora.