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    BHSU TF: Yellow Jackets win five events at Kit Mayer Invite

    GOLDEN, Colo. - The Black Hills State University track and field teams competed at the Kit Mayer Invite hosted by Colorado School of Mines on Saturday. Yellow Jackets won five events on the day, including a provisional mark set by Allan McDonnell in the high jump.

    Yellow Jackets took first, second, and fourth in the men's 3000 meter steeplechase. Jonah Theisen won the event in 9:44.01, with Jake Iverson just behind in second place (9:49.25), and Keith Oswoski taking fourth (9:57.80). In the 1500 meter run, Joe Rath was second in 4:10.32, and Josh Davis was fourth in the 10000 meter run (34:37.86). The men's 4x400 meter relay team took second.

    Taylor Hepp was seventh (21.77) in the 200 meter dash, while Tristan Hepp took fifth (49.31) in the 400. Tristan Hepp was also fifth in the 110 meter hurdles (15.22). In the men's 800 meters, Keegan Her Many Horses was fourth in 1:57.60, while Justin Thorstad took 10th (1:59.66).

    In men's field events, Allan McDonnell won the high jump for the third time this outdoor season. The freshman jumped 2.05 meters, which is an NCAA Provisional mark. Ryan Olsen was fifth in the event (1.94m), and Drazen Moratzka was seventh (1.89m). McDonnell also won the triple jump with a leap of 13.66 meters. Bryce Boser took seventh in the pole vault (4.59m), and McDonnell placed 10th in the long jump (6.19m). Laketon McLaughlin finished third in the shot put (14.37m), and 11th in the discus and hammer. Brad Lyman placed fifth in the javelin (41.69m).

    On the women's side, Nicole Allerdings won the 5000 meters in 18:14.41, while Savannah Davis was third in the 10000 meters (39:59.24). Tori Moore placed first in the 3000 meter steeplechase in 11:43.68. Brittany Marosok finished second in the 100 meter hurdles in 15.41, with Katie Campbell (16.48), Julette Goehring (17.07), and Hayley Bowen (17.35) taking third, fourth, and fifth, respectively. The Yellow Jacket 4x400 meter relay team finished second (4:14.49). Janae Bjorgum was ninth in the 100 meter dash (13.04), while Zoe Langsethwas fifth in the 400 meters (1:00.43). Cailey Roth took sixth in the 800 meters (2:22.26).

    In field events, Alexandra Richards (1.60m) was second in the high jump, with Lia Guigui just behind in third. Whitney Scott finished tied for second in the pole vault, clearing 3.39 meters. Jordyn Huneke was fifth in the event, while Richards was sixth. Katie Campbell placed fifth in the triple jump (10.88m), while Richards was seventh in the shot put (10.83m) and third in the javelin (38.80m). Danielle Noble was 11th in the shot put and 10th in the discus.

    The Green and Gold will next compete at the Mt. Sac Relays and Blue Hawk Invite over the weekend of April 20-21. 

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