BLOOMINGTON — Julia Kiesler won the girls 3,200 meters, and Columbus North captured the boys distance medley relay Saturday in the big-school division of the Hoosier State Relays, the unofficial state indoor track and field meet at Indiana University’s Gladstein Fieldhouse.
Kiesler, a North senior, ran a school-record 10 minutes, 27.15 seconds to win by 10 seconds. The boys distance medley team of Clayton Guthrie (1,200), Nathan Imlay (400), Mateo Mendez (800) and Will Russell (1,600) ran a school-record 10:16.54 to edge Zionsville by 76-hundreths of a second.
Meanwhile, the North girls distance medley relay team of Kyleigh Wolf (1,200), Brianna Newell (400), Julie Klaus (800) and Lily Baker (1,600) placed fourth in 12:25.51. Moana Steele finished 19th in the girls shot put with a throw of 35 feet, 2 inches.
On the boys side, the Bull Dogs’ Liam Milne finished 16th in the 60 hurdles prelims in 8.68. Neal White took 17th in 9:40.38 and Adler Larson 21st in 9:57.39 in the 3,200, and North was 19th in the 4×800 relay in 8:31.77.
Columbus North won the boys distance medley relay at Saturday’s Hoosier State Relays at Indiana University. Team members included, from left, Nathan Imlay, Will Russell, Mateo Mendez and Clayton Guthrie.
The Bull Dog boys finished 10th and the girls 12th overall as a team in the big-school division.
In the small-school division, Brown County’s Chase Austin finished sixth in the boys 3,200 in 9:49.49, and Hadley Gradolf took 18th in the girls 3,200 in 12:16.95. The Eagles were 23rd in the boys distance medley in 11:29.26.
Hauser’s Cameron Toole finished 23rd in the boys long jump with a leap of 18-1 3/4.