More records were broken by the St. James Middle School track team at Waynesville on April 22. Blake Redburn has the new log jump record of 19'8.5” and first place. Silas Redburn broke the 800m record with his run of 2:14.75, taking second place. Livi Herrin has the new triple jump record for the girls a 31'7”, and Alexis Barks broke the hurdle record again with 17.60.
The only question headed into Saturday’s Gasconade Valley Conference track meet in Cuba wasn’t whether the Steelville High School Cardinals and Lady Cardinals would win the GVC titles for the third year in a row, but by how much. As it turned out—a lot!
The Steelville Middle School boys won a pair of track meets at St. James and Vienna last week. The Lady Cardinals finished second in both.
The Cardinals won a close contest at St. James on Friday with 179.5 points, while St. James finished second with 159.5. Licking was third in the nine-team field with 83.
The Bourbon Middle School track teams competed in a pair of meets last week. The Warhawks ran in St. Clair on April 23 and St. James on April 26.
St. Clair won both the boys and girls team title sat their home meet. The BMS boys finished fourth in a six-team field, while the girls came in fifth out of five teams.
The Bourbon High School track teams competed in the Gasconade Valley Conference meet in Cuba Saturday. Steelville claimed the boys and girls conference titles, while the BHS boys finished fourth and the girls fifth.
Powered by five event-winning performances, the St. James High School track squad captured the boys’ team championship of the 11-school Osage Invitational, held April 16.