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Creek’s Constable wins three events

April 7, 2017 GMT

POYNETTE — Hannah Constable earned three firsts to lead the Johnson Creek High School girls’ track and field team’s performance at Thursday’s Poynette Triangular.

The Bluejay girls and boys both finished third, behind Poynette and Waterloo, but had some terrific individual efforts.

Constable, Kittana Kulig and Taylor Hallam dominated the sprints, Kulig won the 100 in :13.70 seconds while Hallam was second in :14.00, and Constable won the 200 (:28.10) with Kulig finishing runner-up (:28.90).

Hallam placed second in the 400 dash in 1:12.60.

Constable’s night was far from over. The freshman won the 1,600 run in 5:49.20, and took first in the triple jump with a distance of 31-feet, 7-inches.

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Kulig became a multiple event winner as well, winning the shot put with a heave of 26-11.

Seth Roberts stood out in the weight events leading the JCHS boys. The junior won the shot put (38-2) and took third in the discus (93-6).

The Bluejays’ 4x400 relay team of Zane Apkarian, Noah Argus, Jon Karezewski and Jamison Richardt earned a runner-up finish (4:06.20), while Andrew Coopman earned a second-place finish in the 110 hurdles (:17.90).

Johnson Creek returns to competition tonight participating in the Wisconsin Heights Invitational. Events begin at 4:30 p.m.