The Blue Earth Area boys track and field squad finished third at the South Central Conference Track Meet last Tuesday. There was one relay team and six individuals for the Bucs who earned All-Conference honors.
The boys team results were: Waseca 175, Fairmont 116, BEA 88, New Ulm 76, St. James 59.5, St. Peter 45.5
The 4 x 200-meter relay team consisting of Derek Johnson (25.3), Gus Phillips (23.4), Camden Bowers (23.6) and Bailey Olson (23.8) took first place and All-Conference honors with a combined time of 1:35.76.
Brandon Olson finished first in the pole vault (11-0) and received All-Conference honors.
Danny Krieger finished second in the shot put (46-3) and second in discus (126-7) earning All-Conference honors.
Also earning All-Conference honors were Chris Sanders who took second in the 3200-meter run (10:40.56), Bailey Olson
who finished third in the 200-meter dash (23.86), Nick Shure who was third in the long jump (21- 1/2) and Camden Bowers who finished third in the triple jump (39-5 1/2).
4 x 100-meter relay
Jacob Johnson, Dakota Jahnke, Nick Shure and Derek Johnson took fourth with a combined time of 48.74.
4 x 400-meter relay
Camden Bowers (55.9), Gus Phillips (58.6), Brandon Olson (60.6) and Seth Becker finished fourth with a combined time of 3:54.70.
4 x 800-meter relay
Sanders (2:19.7), Kyle Mercer (2:34.8), Seth Becker (2:24.7) and Adam Buseman (2:32.8) finished sixth with a combined time of 9:52.31.
Phillips (fourth, 12.04), Jahnke (12.98) and Ben Frye (14.85).
Derek Johnson (sixth, 25.00) and Jordan Frandle (26.79).
Bowers (fifth, 54.95), John Lindsey (61.69) and Gunnar Fering (62.81).
Derek Johnson (5-2).
Bailey Olson (18-11).
Tyler Hannaman (36- 1/2) and Shure (34-11 1/2).
Hannaman (sixth, 10-0) and Sanders (sixth, 10-0).
Jahnke (37-1) and Ike Zebedee (31-5).
Phillips (fifth, 105-6) and Zebedee (77-6).
110-meter high hurdles
Brandon Olson (fourth, 16.88).
300-meter int. hurdles
Brandon Olson (fifth, 45.46) and Becker (47.78).
Isaac Miranda (sixth, 2:16.79) and Alex Benson (2:37.57).
Zach Vaske (5:28.33), Tristan Drake (5:45.17) and Juan Ramirez (6:24.06).