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4 individuals advance to boys state finals

(Updated May 30)

Thursday, May 25- Boys Track Regionals

Local athletes participated at two track regionals. Shown below are results of athletes who automatically qualified for state by finishing in the top three of their respective events.

At Bloomington North

  • No local advanced.

At Warren Central

  • 3200 Run- Curtis Eckstein of Oldenburg, 1st/9:11.07
  • 300 Hurdles- Garrett Wagner of Batesville, 2nd/39.13
  • Pole Vault- Mark Bertke of East Central, 1st/14’6″

Lawrenceburg’s Mason Parris also qualified by distance in the shot put.  He was fourth at the Warren Central Regional with a new school record throw of 53’0.75″.  It was the second longest throw of non-automatic qualifiers.  Parris is a 3-time state qualifier within the same school year (football, wrestling and track).

Please see these links for the complete results of the Bloomington North Regional and Warren Central Regional.

Rushville’s Jim Marlatt- “This has been a really great season for Rushville track and field.  The guys have worked hard and competed very well throughout the year.  It was great to watch them perform well against some excellent competition.  I am very proud of what everyone has accomplished and I am also proud of how our young men represent RCHS and our community.  These young men should be very proud of their success and can already look forward to continuing to build the program in the future.”

Greensburg’s Mike Myers- “It was a good close to the season and it was great to see the seniors perform one more time.”

The state finals will be held on June 2 at Indiana University.

SEI Local Sports thanks the IHSAA for the full results and additional information from coaches Marlatt and Myers plus Lawrenceburg’s Shay Parris.

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