In their final CSAA double dual of the season, the middle school track and field teams made the short trip to Grant where they faced off with the Tigers and Vikings (Tri-County). The girls team was up to the task, pounding both schools: Kent City 110 Tri-County 25 and Kent City 106 Grant 30. On the boys’ side, Kent City picked up the win versus Tri-County by a final of 89-48. However, Kent City was unable to stop Grant’s unbeaten streak that has spanned several years, losing to the Tigers 72-65.
The following boys turned in their season best or personal best performances: Brian Martinez-Alcocer (70m & 100m/SR); Luke Heeringa (100m/PR); Gabe Rusnell (100m & Pole Vault/PR); Nicholas Fisk (200m/PR); Zane Kik (200m/PR); Nicholas VanHouten (200m & Shot Put/PR); Cory Pecynski (200m/PR); Logan McVicker (200m/PR); Carter Magoon (400m/PR); Carson Pieper (400m & 55m Hurdles/PR); Brock Hearth (800m/PR); Carter Milanowski (800m/PR); Josh Anderson (800m & Pole Vault/PR); Logan Goguen (800m& 55m Hurdles/PR); Kyler Larson (1600m/PR); Sam Martini (3200m/PR); Victor Salas (55m Hurdles/PR); Connor Flegel (200m/PR); Thomas Swanson (Shot Put/PR); Joseph Anderson (Shot Put/PR); James Farrington (Shot Put/PR); Austin Kerwin (Shot Put/PR); Elias Rubio (Shot Put/PR); Webb Longcore (High Jump & Long Jump/PR); Nicholas Rode (High Jump/PR); Jud Weber (Pole Vault/PR); Jim Anderson (Long Jump/PR); and Tristan Lutz (Long Jump/PR).
The following girls turned in their season best (SR) or personal best (PR) performances: Selena Pablo Ramirez (70m, 200m, & Shot Put/PR-SR-PR); Mikayla Plumb (100m & 200m/PR); Blaze VanDyk (100m/PR); Mickenzie Brancheau (200m/PR); Sylvia Freeland (200m & Long Jump/PR); Kaitlyn Swift (200m & 400m/PR); Mirian Diaz (400m/PR); Addyson Crane (400m & High Jump/PR); Lia Huizinga (400m & High Jump/PR); Sarah Kozal (800m/PR); Irelyn Sullivan (800m/PR); Lexie Bowers (1600m/PR); Brianna Vogg (55m Hurdles/PR); Justyce Rogers (55m Hurdles/PR); Julia Schnicke (Shot Put & Long Jump/PR); Taryn Preston (Long Jump/PR); Emily Lantzer (Pole Vault/PR); and Madison Puite (Long Jump/PR);