Jefferson City hosted the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Track and Field State Championship tournament this weekend. Schools from all over the state, including three from Webster County, competed to earn a spot on the podium. Here are the results from the championship.
Senior Madyson (Maddy) Stewart placed eighth in the Shot Put event from Logan-Rogersville.
Many athletes and teams earned medals from Marshfield and placed in the top eight.
Junior Zach Mitchell made eighth in the 3200-meter run.
The Boys' relay team placed third in 4x100 and sixth in the 4x200 meter relays.
Sophomore Brayden Hicks took seventh place in both Long and Triple Jump events.
Senior Bryant Bull placed fourth in Triple Jump.
Senior Travis Greenfield earned second place in the Pole Vault event.
The Girls' relay team took fifth in the 4x100-meter relay.
Junior Grace Kimrey placed third in High Jump.
Freshmen Tilly Greenfield earned sixth place in the High Jump event.
Junior Abigail McBride took third in Long Jump and sixth in the Triple Jump event.
Junior Adyson Clark made second place in the Shot Put event.
And finally, from Strafford High School, Sophomore Jesse Barry placed eighth in the Triple Jump event.
Thus concludes the Track and Field season in Webster County. Many coaches, including Head Coach for Marshfield Roy Kaderly, have expressed gratitude about the season. Kaderly summarized it best: "Our coaches pour their hearts into this program, and I can not thank them enough for all they do. Without their passion, knowledge, and love for the athletes, we would not be where we are today. Thank you to the parents who lift this program up to help us be the best we can be!"
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