GLASGOW — Scobey’s Martin Farver and Baker’s Wrenzi Wrzesinski each won three individual events at Tuesday afternoon’s North/East Top 10 track and field meet in Glasgow.
Farver swept the sprints, winning the 100-meter dash in 11.42 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 23.13. Farver picked up his third individual win in the 110-meter hurdles, holding off teammate Max Cole at the line to win in 16.02 seconds. Cole finished second in 16.05.
Farver then anchored Scobey’s winning 1,600-meter relay team, which crossed in 3 minutes, 35.62 seconds. Farver also ran on Scobey’s third-place 400-meter relay team, which finished in 45.77 seconds.
Sidney’s Carter Hughes won both the shot put and discus rather easily. Hughes was the only athlete to throw the shot put farther than 50 feet, tossing it 54 feet, 10.50 inches. Hughes then won the discus by just more than 23 feet with a throw of 166-11.
Malta’s Tanner Smith also won two events on Tuesday afternoon, claiming both the long jump and triple jump. Smith won the long jump with a jump of 19-03, while teammates Cormac Benn and Michael Pugh finished second and third. Smith won the triple jump with a leap of 41-10.
Wrzesinski joined Farver as the only athletes to win three individual events on Tuesday afternoon. Wrzesinski claimed the 100 in 12.98 seconds and was the only girl to run faster than 13 seconds. Wrzesinski then swept both hurdle races, winning the 100-meter hurdles in 15.86 seconds and the 300-meter hurdles in 46.56. Her time in the 300 hurdles represents the No. 3 time in Montana this season and is Class B’s best. Wrzesinski also ran on Baker’s 400-meter relay team, which placed second in 52.56 seconds.
Havre claimed both relay races on the girls side, winning the 400-meter relay in 51.47 seconds and the 1,600-meter relay in 4:21.25.
Harlem’s L’Tia Lawrence won two events, winning the 1,600-meter run in 5:16.65, the top time in Class B this season. Lawrence also a set a Class B best in the 3,200-meter run, crossing in 11:25.78.
Glendive’s Karsen Murphy also won a pair of events on Tuesday afternoon. Murphy won the high jump with a leap of 5-02. Murphy has Class A’s top mark in the event with a jump of 5-05. Murphy also won the triple jump, soaring 34-06.50. Murphy is No. 2 in Class A in triple jump after her huge jump at the Glendive Elks on April 27.
For full results of the North/East Top 10 meet in Glasgow click here.