Lyle-Pacelli's Sarah Holtz competes in the state high jump at the Class A state track and field meet in Hamline University in St. Paul Friday. -- Rocky Hulne/sports@austindailyherald.com
Lyle-Pacelli's Sarah Holtz competes in the state high jump at the Class A state track and field meet in Hamline University in St. Paul Friday. -- Rocky Hulne/sports@austindailyherald.com

LP’s Holtz takes 13th in high jump at state meet

Published 8:50pm Friday, June 6, 2014

Lyle-Pacelli’s Sarah Holtz took 13th in the high jump at the Class A state track and field meet at Hamline University in St. Paul Friday.

Grand Meadow-LeRoy-Ostrander-Southland's McKenzie Kirtz runs in the 800-meter run preliminaries at the Class A state track and field meet in Hamline University in St. Paul Friday. -- Rocky Hulne/sports@austindailyherald.com
Grand Meadow-LeRoy-Ostrander-Southland’s McKenzie Kirtz runs in the 800-meter run preliminaries at the Class A state track and field meet in Hamline University in St. Paul Friday. — Rocky Hulne/sports@austindailyherald.com

Holtz was one of 10 high jumpers in the field who jumped a height of 5 feet. NRHEG’s Carlie Wagner won the event with a height of 5-6.

Hayfield junior Cody Carpentier finished 11th in the shot put. He had a distance of 46-1.50 and Jayme LaPlante of Chatfield won the shot put with a 56-11.50.

GMLOS’s McKenzie Kirtz earned a spot in the 800-meter finals, when she took eighth in the prelims with a time of 2:30.43. Kirtz will run in the finals on Saturday.

 

 

Hayfield's Cody Carpentier spins on his first throw during the Class A Minnesota State Track and Field Meet Friday at Hamline University in St. Paul. Eric Johnson/photodesk@austindailyherald.com
Hayfield’s Cody Carpentier spins on his first throw during the Class A Minnesota State Track and Field Meet Friday at Hamline University in St. Paul. Eric Johnson/photodesk@austindailyherald.com

 

 

 

 


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