USC/AC girls remain undefeated, boys third against a strong field

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, April 25, 2006

BLUE EARTH &045; The USC/AC boys’ and girls’ track teams each had another good outing at the Blue Earth Invitational Saturday. The Boys finished third behind Fairmont and Blue Earth, while the unbeaten girls continued to roll.

The boys’ lone first place came in the sprint medley, where Jordan Stenzel, Riley Stenzel, Alex Ramaker and Brad Tomschin took the gold in a very respectable 3:46.7.

The girls were very impressive as they turned in their best team performance of the season, outscoring Fairmont by 30 points and pre-meet favorite

Waseca

by twice that amount. Kallie Rollenhagen picked up the only first place for the Rebels

in winning the discus.

&8220;We’re very pleased with the performances turned in by both the girls’ and boys’ teams Saturday,&8221;

USC/AC head coach Kent Viesselman said.

Rollenhagen would also finish second in the shot put and Becca Bryson was second in the triple jump and third in the long jump.