Swedes take first in 17 events at Cozad
COZAD—With only three teams, the Cozad triangular gave all of Gothenburg’s track and field participants a chance to compete on March 27.
No team scores were kept between Cozad, Gothenburg and Brady.
In the girls competition, Gothenburg earned seven gold medals.
Swede freshman MaKaela Franzen was a triple winner taking first in the 100-meter hurdles, the 300-meter hurdles and the long jump.
Other winners and their events were Regan Geiken in the 400, Siera Schwanz in the pole vault, Emily Franzen in the shot and the 4x400 relay team of Aryn Meisinger, Schwanz, Payton Prall and Taylor Mroczek.
In the boys competition, the Swedes earned 10 gold medals.
Senior Brandon Wlasiuk and junior Dillon Garter were each double winners.
Wlasiuk took first in the triple jump and high jump while Garter won both throwing events.
Other boys to win events were Bryce Eggleston in the 400-meter, Brett Dockweiler in the 3200 meter, Alec Foster in the 110-meter hurdles, Preston Franzen in the 300-meter hurdles, Blake Ristine in the pole vault and the 4x400 relay team of Eggleston, Dockweiler, Franzen and Aaron Collins.
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