Maedora Hoff

Maedora HoffMaedora Hoff, 78, passed away on Thursday, April 28, 2016, at the Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls, SD. Funeral services will begin at 10:00 a.m. Monday, May 2 at Canton Lutheran Church. Visitation will be Sunday from 2-8 p.m., family present from 6-8 p.m., at Anderson Funeral Home in Canton. On-line condolences may be left at Anderson Funeral Home.

Maedora Lenora Hoff was born March 20, 1938 to Theodore and Lenora (Pietz) Krueger in Tripp, SD. Maedora graduated from Tripp High School and attended Wartburg and Augustana Colleges. She married Harlan Hoff on August 21, 1960 in Tripp, SD. The couple moved to Dell Rapids, SD then to Canton, SD where they lived for the next 50 years and raised their three children. Throughout those years, Maedora worked at the Souvignier Sales Barn and Farmers State Bank.

Maedora found great joy in supporting and attending her children’s and grandchildren’s activities. She was also known for her love of shopping with her family. Maedora participated in Pallathene and volunteered at the Avera Heart Hospital in her retirement.

Grateful for sharing her life are loving husband of over 55 years Harlan Hoff; children: Sherry Larson (Tom Schmidt) of Sioux Falls, SD; Steve Hoff (Jeanne) of Dell Rapids, SD; and Sheila Etrheim (John) of Sioux Falls, SD; grandchildren: Tyler Larson (Lindsey Kuehl), Bryant Larson (Chandra), Garrett Hoff, Corynn Hoff, Shaylee Hoff, Brody Etrheim, Megan Etrheim, Elise Etrheim, and Griffin Etrheim; sister Sandra Hauser of Lafayette, IN; and many other family and friends. Maedora was preceded in death by her parents; niece, Barbara Hauser; nephew, Jimmy Hauser; brother-in-law, Garry Hauser; and sister-in-law, LuAnn Hoff.

Memorials may be directed to the Alzheimer’s Association of South Dakota (1000 N. West Ave. #250 Sioux Falls, SD 57104).

DRSM Cardinal Track at Estelline Alumni Invite

DRSM LogoThe Dell Rapids St Mary Cardinal boys and girls track teams participated in the Estelline Alumni Invite on Tuesday, April 26th.  The Cardinal girls finished with a team score of 31.  Flandreau won the team title with 105 points.  Deubrook Area finished second with 85 points, and Estelline was third with 73 points.  The Cardinal boys team finished seventh as a team with 46 points.  Colman-Egan won the boys title with 104 points.  Sioux Valley was second with 85 points, and Elkton-Lake Benton was third with 79.5 points.

The Cardinals will travel to Baltic for the Baltic Invite on Tuesday, May 3rd.

Individual Girls Results

1600m Run

  • Christina Vogel – 6:05.61 (6th)

3200m Run

  • Christina Vogel – 13:02.56 (2nd)
  • Cassy Geraets – 14:07.72 (4th)

100m Hurdles

  • Kennedi Mullaney – :19.76 (5th)
  • Rhiannon Glazier – :20.33 (6th)

300m Hurdles

  • Rhiannon Glazier – 1:00.96 (4th)

Discus

  • Maddie Schwebach – 83’7″ (6th)

Individual Boys Results

100m Dash

  • Zachary Geraets – :12.40
  • Dalton Houska – :12.62
  • Carson Park – :13.66

200m Dash

  • Luke Brown – :25.65
  • Logan Gaspar – :27.40
  • Ethan Geraets – :28.15

400m Dash

  • Luke Brown – :58.95 (7th)
  • Sam Schwebach – 1:04.75

800m Run

  • Jason Cook – 2:39.82

3200m Run

  • Jacob Vogel – 12:13.07 (7th)

110m Hurdles

  • Dalton Houska – :17.82 (4th)
  • Zachary Geraets – :18.73 (8th)
  • Ethan Geraets – :20.41

300m Hurdles

  • Dalton Houska – :47.61 (5th)
  • Zachary Geraets – :48.50
  • Ethan Geraets – :50.42
  • Jacob Glazier – :51.24

High Jump

  • Noah Fiegen – 5’11” (2nd)
  • Logan Gaspar – 5’7″ (3rd)

Long Jump

  • Jacob Glazier – 19’8.25″ (1st)

Discus

  • Noah Fiegen – 135’6″ (2nd)

 

 

Dell Rapids Girls Golf at Dakota Valley

NewDRLogoThe Dell Rapids Quarrier girls golf team traveled to Two Rivers Golf Course on Tuesday, April 26th, for the Dakota Valley Invite.  The girls finished with a team score of 426.  Parkston finished first with a total of 332.  Vermillion was second with 342, and Madison placed third with a 371.

Kaitlyn Greenhoff finished the day with a round of 91.  Olivia Downs finished with a round of 102.  Stephanie Dennis had a round of 114, Rose Habeger a round of 119, and Mallory Haak finished with a 134.

The Quarriers will play in the Dells Invite at Rocky Run Golf Course on Tuesday, May 3rd.

Jerry O’Brien

Jerry O'BrienGerald “Jerry” B. O’Brien, 74, died on April 26, 2016. Funeral services will be held at 4 PM on Sunday, May 1, at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. The family will be present for visitation from 2 – 4 PM on Sunday. On-line condolences may be left at George Boom Funeral Home.

Grateful for having shared his life are his 4 children: Brian (Stacey) O’Brien, Chandler, AZ, Dawn Anderson, Sykesville, MD, Troy O’Brien, Sioux Falls, SD and Jodi (Joseph) Tiede, Sioux Falls, SD : 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; siblings: Robert (Peggy) O’Brien, Dell Rapids, SD, Lois Zimmer, Sioux Falls, SD, Donald (Ann) O’Brien, Warner Robins, GA; and Vernie (Ron) Feldhaus, Bloomington, MN; loving canine companion, Blue; host of other relatives and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, Robert “Red” and Cecilia O’Brien.

Showing at the Dells Theater

The-Young-MessiahEnding April 28: “YOUNG MESSIAH” — The new film portrays the Biblical accounts of Jesus’ childhood. “The Young Messiah” tells a rare and unique story of Jesus and his family as they come to a fuller understanding of his nature and purpose. Based on the novel ‘Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt’ written by Anne Rice and published by Alfred A. Knopf in 2005. “Young Messiah” is now showing through Thursday, April 28, at the Dells Theatre. 111 minutes. It’s rated PG-13 for some violence and thematic elements.

The-BossStarting April 29: “THE BOSS” — Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Bell star in this comedy about an outrageous boss who everyone loves to hate. Michelle Darnell (McCarthy), a titan of industry, is sent to prison after she’s caught for insider trading. When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America’s latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget. Based on an original character created by McCarthy, the comedy is directed by Ben Falcone and is written by McCarthy and Falcone. “The Boss” starts Friday at the Dells Theatre. It is scheduled for one week through Thursday, May 5. 99 minutes. It’s rated R for sexual content, language and brief drug use.

NEW TUESDAY SPECIAL!! Every Tuesday when you buy any size popcorn, you get the same size drink free!!
  • Every Wednesday get double stamps on your director’s club card!! Earn points for free snacks and free movies that much faster on Wednesdays! Director’s Club cards are free and available at the box office.
  • With the start of school, we have switched to our “winter hours”. There will be 9:00 shows on Friday and Saturday nights only.

(check http://www.dellstheatre.com for more information)


DRHS School Announcements

Dell Rapids High School Announcements:Quarriers

Wednesday, April 27th
• Happy Birthday to Margaret B.!
• Happy Birthday tomorrow to Brayden D.!
• Happy Birthday on Friday to Jocelyn G. & Ms. Stukel!
• Happy Birthday on Saturday to Kyler A.!
Lunch:  Big Daddy Pizza or Beef & Bean Burrito 
Quarrier Station:  Pork Fritter Sandwich, Sub or Salad

  • National Honor Society meeting for current members (seniors) over lunch TODAY in the Spanish Room.
  • NHS meeting for juniors on Monday over lunch in the Spanish Room
  • Yearbook sales are almost done for the year!  Please purchase your yearbook by Friday, April 29th for $65.  Forms are in the office or go online to purchase your 2015-2016 yearbook.
  • Students: Need a summer job? Job Opportunities are posted in the office window.
  • SENIORS: Rose order form is in the office. Roses are $4.00 each. DEADLINE TO ORDER AND PAY is May 9th.
  • Dell Rapids Little League is looking for umpires, for more information & to sign up, please stop in the office.
  • Spring Club Photos will be on Wednesday, May 4th during 3rd Block.
  • Be The Change Members – if you want to order a shirt – money ($6.00) needs to be turned in to Mrs. Ruesink soon.
  • Seniors – please note local scholarship deadlines are quickly approaching
    • FRIDAY – LG Everist Scholarship
  • Great Job to the golfers yesterday!
  • Good Luck to the track teams as they travel to Canton tomorrow – meet starts at 4pm.
  • **School is dismissed @ 1:30 today for teacher in-service.
  • No School Thursday or Friday.  Enjoy the break!
  • Quote and Daily Challenge Sponsored by DRHS Be the Change Team
    “I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality.”—Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
    The Challenge for today is to share your truth with two friends or family members you love.  Let them know what they mean to you.

 

 

Tuesday, April 26th
• Happy Birthday to Carter G.!
Lunch:  Goulash or Grilled Chicken Sandwich 
Quarrier Station:  Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Sub or Salad

  • National Honor Society meeting for current members (seniors) over lunch TOMORROW in the Spanish Room.
  • A set of keys have been found, please claim in the office.
  • Yearbook sales are almost done for the year!  Please purchase your yearbook by Friday, April 29th for $65.  Forms are in the office or go online to purchase your 2015-2016 yearbook.
  • Students: Need a summer job? Job Opportunities are posted in the office window.
  • SENIORS: Rose order form is in the office. Roses are $4.00 each. DEADLINE TO ORDER AND PAY is May 9th.
  • Dell Rapids Little League is looking for umpires, for more information & to sign up, please stop in the office.
  • Spring Club Photos will be on Wednesday, May 4th during 3rd Block.
  • Be The Change Members – if you want to order a shirt – money ($6.00) needs to be turned in to Mrs. Ruesink soon.
  • Seniors – please note local scholarship deadlines are quickly approaching
    • FRIDAY – LG Everist Scholarship
  • Good Luck to the golfers as they travel to Dakota Valley today.
  • Reminder to Drivers Ed Students:  Sign up is tomorrow morning starting at 7:30am in the MS Commons.  Be sure you know your summer schedule and have payment with you
  • Quote and Daily Challenge Sponsored by DRHS Be the Change Team
    “When you see a worthy person, try and emulate him.  When you see an unworthy person, then examine yourself.-Confucius
    The Challenge for today is to look for positive role models and do your best to emulate them.  If you find yourself being judgmental or negative towards another person, take time to notice what you have in common with the person you are judging.

 

 

Monday, April 25th
Lunch:  Jerk Chicken Flatbread or Cheeseburger  
Quarrier Station:  Cheeseburger, Sub or Salad

  • Attention boys basketball players:  There will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 8:00am in Coach Fersdahl’s room for all boys currently in grades 8-11 that are planning on playing  basketball next year.  Please be on time!
  • A reminder that students (next year 9-12) and their parents who are interested in the Dell Rapids High School trip to Washington, D.C. next summer are invited to attend a short meeting in the Middle School Commons tonight (April 25th).  The meeting will start at 7:00 pm and will last 30 minutes.  Mr. Shriver and Mr. Welbig are the trip contacts.
  • National Honor Society meeting for current members (seniors) over lunch on Wednesday in the Spanish Room.
  • A set of keys have been found, please claim in the office.
  • Yearbook Meeting TOMORROW at 7:45am in Mrs. Gleason’s room.
  • Yearbook sales are almost done for the year!  Please purchase your yearbook by Friday, April 29th for $65.  Forms are in the office or go online to purchase your 2015-2016 yearbook.
  • Students: Need a summer job? Job Opportunities are posted in the office window.
  • SENIORS: Rose order form is in the office. Roses are $4.00 each.
  • SENIORS–Please send the following for the Graduation Senior Slide Show…
    • Baby picture
    • Candid pictures and/or school event pictures (from kindergarten through 12th grade).  Please send any pictures you would like to contribute by TODAY to DRHSNews@gmail.com.
  • Dell Rapids Little League is looking for umpires, for more information & to sign up, please stop in the office.
  • Spring Club Photos will be on Wednesday, May 4th during 3rd Block.
  • Be The Change Members – if you want to order a shirt – money ($6.00) needs to be turned in to Mrs. Ruesink soon.
  • Art Club Calendars are now on sale for $5 each.  We have a surplus, so please don’t miss this offer and a chance to help out the visual arts at DRHS! See Wendy or Mr. Mott to get your calendar.
  • Seniors – please note local scholarship deadlines are quickly approaching
    • April 30 – LG Everist Scholarship
  • **Dual credit changes and reminders.  From now on, our Testing Center will be charging $18 for the Accuplacer exam.   Fall 2016 registration will begin on MONDAY.  If you haven’t heard, the student tuition cost has been increased to $48.33/credit.
  • Quote and Daily Challenge Sponsored by DRHS Be the Change Team
    “It is terrible an inexorable law that one cannot deny the humanity of another without diminishing one’s own; in the face of one’s victim, one sees oneself.” –James Baldwin
    The Challenge for today is to take a close look at whom you judge or mistreat in your life.  Change your focus and take whatever actions you can to make things right.

4th Annual Relay for Life Run Held in Dell Rapids

2016RelayForLifeRun_2The 4th Annual Relay for Life Run was held at the the Dell Rapids City Park on Saturday, April 23rd.  Over 100 participants ran in the 5k, 10k, mile walk and kid’s relay throughout the morning.  The 10k race started at 9:00, and the 5k/mile walk started at 9:30.  The kid’s relay race started at 11:00.

All the proceeds raised during the event went to the Dell Rapids Relay for Life team.  Not only did this year’s event continue to raise money for cancer research, but also contained many personal accomplishments.  Will Beover, who is blind, participated in this year’s event after training for months at Revive Fitness.  He was led along the route by Lee Bollock.  Others in this year’s race completed their very first 5k as well.

10k Winners by Age Group

  • 50-59 Women:  Lisa Schroeder – 52:47
  • 40-49 Men:  Robert O’Meara – 1:04: 10
  • 40-49 Women:  Amy Bohl – 54:44
  • 30-39 Men:  John Kramer – 52:37
  • 30-39 Women:  Amanda McMillan – 55:05
  • 20-29 Women:  Kat Wilson – 57:51

5k Winners by Age Group

  • 50-59 Men:  Joseph Tornell, Sr. – 25:05
  • 50-59 Women:  Ellen Egeberg – 36:15
  • 40-49 Men:  Will Boever – 26:33
  • 40-49 Women:  Barb Meers – 32:34
  • 30-39 Men:  Stephen Flicek – 22:37
  • 30-39 Women:  Rebecca Herman – 25:34
  • 20-29 Men:  Sam Chozen – 26:22
  • 20-29 Women:  Becca Ideker – 31:03
  • 19 & Under Men:  Josh Benda – 26:27

Kid’s Relay

  • Ages 6-7 (Tied 1st):  Mason, Jackson, Jace, Beckett – 4:43
  • Ages 6-7 (Tied 1st):  Rhett, Rorie, Caelee, Caiden – 4:43
  • Ages 8-9 (1st):    Braden, Lincoln, Cole, Grady – 3:56.3
  • Ages 8-9 (2nd):  Brianna, Megan, Addison, Jade – 4:23.5
  • Ages 10-12 (1st):  Carter, Jade, Landon, Braden – 3:16.2
  • Ages 10-12 (2nd):  Kamren, Owen, Sam, Dylan – 3:22.3

Dell Rapids Baseball Gets Two More Wins

DellsBaseballLogoThe Dell Rapids baseball team picked up two wins in Clear Lake on Sunday, April 23rd.

Dell Rapids defeated Deuel-Castlewood-Hamlin (DCH) 7-0 behind a one-hit pitching performance by Brett Mogen.  Mogen pitched a complete game giving up one hit, a double in the seventh inning, along with one walk while striking out 13 batters.  Dell Rapids’ offense was led by Matt Gillogly with two doubles and a single.  Bo Teveldahl had a double with two RBI.  Josh Roemen had two doubles and two stolen bases.  Casey Hansen had a single and an RBI, and Nate McKee also had a single.

Dell Rapids then defeated Sioux Valley 5-1.  Dell Rapids scored two runs in the second inning, and then added single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings on the way to the win.  Trevor Pulscher started the game pitching three innings of no-hit baseball while walking one and striking out three.  Roemen earned the win throwing four innings giving up a run on three hits and one walk while striking out three.  Gillogly had a double and single along with two stolen bases.  Teveldahl had two doubles, an RBI and a stolen base.  Hansen added a single and two RBI.

Dell Rapids improves to 8-2 on the year and will play in Madison on Friday, April 29th.

Cardinal Track Results from Tom Main Invite

DRSM LogoThe Dell Rapids St Mary Cardinal boys and girls track teams were at the Tom Main Invitational at Chester on Saturday, April 23rd.  The girls finished with 22 points.  Mt. Vernon/Plankinton won the girls title with 150.5 points.  Canton was second with 140.5 points, and Chester Area was third with 89 points.  The Cardinal boys team finished with 34.5 points.  Mt. Vernon/Plankinton also won the boys team title with 92 points.  Baltic was second with 91 points, and Chester Area finished third with 82 points.

The Cardinals track teams will be at the Estelline Invite on Tuesday, April 26th.

Individual Girls Results

1600m Run

  • Christina Vogel – 5:54.6 (2nd)

3200m Run

  • Christina Vogel – 13:27.2 (2nd)
  • Cassy Geraets – 15:02.4 (7th)

100m Hurdles

  • Kennedi Mullaney – :18.2 (7th)
  • Rhiannon Glazier – :19.9

300m Hurdles

  • Rhiannon Glazier – 1:00.6

Long Jump

  • Rhiannon Glazier – 12’9″
  • Kennedi Mullaney – 12’3″

Triple Jump

  • Kennedi Mullaney – 27’0″

Shot Put

  • Maddie Schwebach – 26’5.5″
  • Emily Winberg – 20’10.5″

Discus

  • Maddie Schwebach – 89’4″ (7th)
  • Emily Winberg – 65’04”

Individual Boys Results

100m Dash

  • Dalton Houska – :12.6

200m Dash

  • Logan Gaspar – :26.5
  • Ethan Geraets – :28.2

400m Dash

  • Luke Brown – :57.0 (7th)

110m Hurdles

  • Dalton Houska – :17.7
  • Zach Geraets – :18.2
  • Ethan Geraets – :20.4

300m Hurdles

  • Dalton Houska – :46.2 (7th)
  • Zach Geraets – :48.1
  • Ethan Geraets – :50.1

High Jump

  • Noah Fiegen – 6’1″ (2nd)
  • Logan Gaspar – 5’7″ (7th)
  • Luke Brown – 5’5″

Long Jump

  • Jacob Glazier – 20’1″ (1st)
  • Logan Gaspar – 16’9.5″
  • Luke Brown – 16’8″

Triple Jump

  • Jacob Glazier – 38’9″ (3rd)

Shot Put

  • Carson Park – 31’8″

Discus

  • Noah Fiegen – 126’3″ (5th)
  • Jacob Glazier – 102’1″
  • Carson Park – 73’3″

 

 

 

Flandreau Invite Track Results

NewDRLogoThe Dell Rapids Quarrier girls and boys track teams participated in the Flandreau Invite on Saturday, April 23rd.  No team points were kept for the meet.  The Quarriers will be in Canton on Tuesday, April 26th, for the Terry Bong Invite

Individual Girls Results

100m Dash

  • Samantha Verver – :13.07 (2nd)
  • Ilienne Jaycox – :13.09 (3rd)
  • Anaka Hemenway – :13.79 (5th)
  • Jenae Schoberl – :14.29
  • Alexis Krantz – :14.69
  • Kiah Schumacher – :15.55

200m Dash

  • Shaylee Hoff – :28.07 (4th)
  • Samantha Verver – :28.39 (6th)
  • Elly Schultz – :28.60 (7th)
  • Lindsey Morris – :31.27

400m Dash

  • Shaylee Hoff – 1:04.89 (1st)
  • Elly Schulz – 1:06.47 (4th)
  • Samantha Reider – 1:09.74 (7th)

800m Run

  • Kathryn Fletcher – 2:44.81 (5th)
  • Emily Dorn – 3:14.02 (8th)

1600m Run

  • Shaina Visser – 6:37.72 (6th)
  • Katie Jaycox – 6:39.06 (7th)

300m Hurdles

  • Aspen Hansen – :50.11 (1st)
  • Raigan Schmidt – :59.25 (2nd)

4x100m Relay

  • 1st – :54.27 (Ilienne Jaycox, Aspen Hansen, Anaka Hemenway, Samantha Verver)

4x200m Relay

  • 1st – 1:52.31 (Ilienne Jaycox, Shaylee Hoff, Samantha Verver, Aspen Hansen)

4x400m Relay

  • 2nd – 4:29.79

4x800m Relay

  • 5th – 12:12.16

1600m Sprint Medley Relay

  • 4th – 5:17.24

High Jump

  • Kali Graham – 4’9″ (3rd)

Long Jump

  • Demi Erickson – 14’1″ (5th)
  • Raigan Schmidt – 13’9″ (7th)
  • Alexis Krantz – 12’6.25″

Shot Put

  • Mikaela Stofferahn – 40’1.25″ (1st)
  • Sara Van Regenmorter – 31’7″ (3rd)
  • Emma Paul – 31’3″ (4th)
  • Sydney Stofferahn – 29’5.5″ (8th)
  • Alexis Ehrmantraut – 26’0.75″

Discus

  • Mikaela Stofferahn – 127’6″ (1st)
  • Sydney Stofferahn – 103’7″ (3rd)
  • Mara Adams – 93’11” (5th)
  • Emma Paul – 89’4″ (7th)
  • Jenae Schoberl – 67’02”
  • Maggie Moore – 49’10”

Individual Boys Results

100m Dash

  • Sam White – :11.19 (1st)
  • Andrew Hegge – :11.30 (2nd)
  • Adam Nagelhout – :11.41 (3rd)
  • Keegan Miller – :11.76 (6th)
  • Seth Anderson – :11.78 (8th)
  • Anthony Miller – :11.88
  • Josh Roemen – :11.95
  • Seth Speilmann – :12.04
  • Nick Boever – :12.10

200m Dash

  • Hunter Hansen – :22.83 (1st)
  • Tanner Heim – :22.89 (2nd)
  • Adam Hagelhout – :23.24 (3rd)
  • Ty Hoglund – :23.71 (4th)
  • Andrew Hegge – :23.98 (5th)
  • Josh Roemen – :24.26 (8th)
  • Ross Wiebenga – :24.58
  • Anthony Miller – :25.61
  • Eddie Price – :24.81
  • Trevor Pulscher – :26.14
  • Will Dearduff – :26.62
  • Leland Randall – :27.09

400m Dash

  • Tanner Heim – :52.75 (1st)
  • Derick Ahlers – :53.94 (2nd)
  • Nick Boever – :58.64 (4th)

800m Run

  • Ted DeLange – 2:11.63 (1st)

1600m Run

  • Caleb Kirschenmann – 5:21.74 (2nd)

3200m Run

  • Carter Wynja – 12:14.00 (3rd)

110m Hurdles

  • Henry LaCoursiere – :17.08 (1st)
  • Eddie Price – :17.64 (2nd)

300m Hurdles

  • Eddie Price – :46.78 (2nd)
  • Henry LaCoursiere – :47.95 (3rd)

4x100m Relay

  • 1st – :45.53 (Adam Nagelhout, Hunter Hansen, Andrew Hegge, Sam White)

4x200m Relay

  • 1st – 1:32.64 (Mason Schmidt, Hunter Hansen, Tanner Heim, Sam White)

4x400m Relay

  • 1st – 3:43.33 (Sam White, Hunter Hansen, Derick Ahlers, Tanner Heim)

4x800m Relay

  • 1st – 9:26.67 (Caleb Kirschenmann, Ted DeLange, Ross Wiebenga, Carter Wynja)

1600 Sprint Medley Relay

  • 5th – 4:25.92

High Jump

  • Mason Schmidt – 6’3″ (2nd)

Long Jump

  • Ty Hoglund – 20’2.25″ (1st)
  • Adam Nagelhout – 18’3.75″ (2nd)
  • Brent Eddy – 18’3.25″ (4th)
  • Josh Heinamann – 16’3.5″

Triple Jump

  • Ty Hoglund – 40’11” (1st)
  • Josh Heinamann – 36’3.5″ (6th)

Shot Put

  • Cole Van Duyn – 41’6.5″ (3rd)
  • Nick Palmer – 39’5.75″ (4th)
  • Dawson Kerzman – 39’3.75″ (5th)

Discus

  • Trevor Pulscher – 134’8″ (2nd)
  • Ethan Probjorg – 94’7″ (5th)
  • Tyson Dahler – 91’11” (8th)
  • Dawson Kerzman – 90’10”

Mixed 4x100m Relay

  • 1st – :56.59 (Trevor Pulscher, Sydney Stofferahn, Dawson Kerzman, Mikaela Stofferahn)