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College athletics: Boone sets another CSS record – Duluth News Tribune

LA LACROSSE — A week after Calvin Boone set the St. Scholastica School record in the outdoor 5,000 meters, he made another mark in the school’s annals by winning the 1,500 meters at the Ashton May Invitational Saturday.

Boone, a sophomore, broke his own 2021 school record with a time of three minutes, 53.11 seconds.

Samuel Eben Ebai ran sixth in the 100 meters in 10.78 seconds for the Saints’ second-best finish in the competition.

On the women’s side, Lily Beneke was fifth for CSS in the hammer throw and Ellie Sholing sixth in the 400 meters.

  • Wisconsin-Superior earned 24 top-10 finishes at the Falcon Invite on Saturday in River Falls, Wisconsin.

Senior Tyler Finger won the 1500m in 4:02.97 and second Ethan Westimayer was the best in the 200m (22.74). The UWS was third of the five participating teams.
Will Schorr, a senior high school alumnus, came second in the 100, while five other UWS entrants finished third, including two pitcher Tanner Lee.

On the women’s side, LeAnn Gow (Two Harbors) combined a second-place finish in the 200m with a fourth-place finish in the 400m. Alexxa DeQuevedo (Silver Bay) and Matti Johnson (Hibbing) both cleared 1.3 yards to tie for second in the big jump. Kasha Hughlett (Northwestern) has two top-five finishes in the throwing events.

  • Minnesota Duluth’s Makenzie Hall (35:56.92), Julia Nielsen and Alexandra Robran swept the top three spots in the 10,000m at the Minnesota State Open in Mankato on Saturday.

Isabelle Brezinka was second in the 800m and Morgan Radel (5,000m) and Eden Worden (pole vault) took third place.

On the men’s side, UMD’s Matthew Trutna set a personal best and won the 10,000 meters, crossing the line in 31:18.6, breaking his previous mark by more than a second and a half.

Other top finishers for the UMD men included a second-place finish in the 4×400-meter relay and third by Christian Leonard, a member of that relay team, in the 800.