AMBOY – Six first-place finishes helped the Amboy-LaMoille boys’ track team to a second-place finish in the standings of a quadrangular meet on April 2 at the AHS track.
Kewanee claimed the top spot in the standings with 89 points, while the Clippers tallied 70. Sterling Newman was third with 55 points and Mendota had 29.
Austin Norman was a double-winner for the Clippers, taking the 110-meter high hurdles in 18.25 and claiming the 300-meter low hurdles in 46.12. Other individual firsts for A-L were Casen Cherry in the triple jump (38-11), Brady Becker in the discus (129-2) and Thomas Stamberger in the 800-meter run (2:10.9). The 1600-meter relay team broke the tape in 3:59.45.
April 2 at Amboy
Kewanee 89, Amboy-LaMoille 70, Sterling Newman 55, Mendota 29
A-L 1st place: Brady Becker, discus, 129-2; Casen Cherry, triple jump, 38-11; Austin Norman, 110m hurdles, 18.25; Thomas Stamberger, 800m run, 2:10.9; Norman, 300m hurdles, 46.12; 1600m relay, 3:59.45
A-L 2nd place: Becker, shot put, 42-4.5; Calvin Deering, 3200m run, 11:58.87; Brock Loftus, 800m run, 2:25.6
A-L 3rd place: Seth Browning, discus, 109-10.5; Yocum, high jump, 4-8; 400m relay, 49.25; 800m relay, 1:42.42; Stamberger, 1600m run, 4:58.65; Sean Fitzpatrick, 200m dash, 25.44
A-L 4th place: Browning, shot put, 38-2.5; Wyatt Lundquist, discus, 83-2.5
A-L 5th place: Fitzpatrick, shot put, 34-0