Wildcat boys win title at Webster City

Humboldt's Brandon Landolt sprints to the finish line in the recent Charlie Bunn Relays in Humboldt. Independent photo.

The beat goes on for the Humboldt High boys’ track team.
The Wildcats won nine events and continued their winning ways by securing the team title of the Webster City Lynx Relays on April 16.
The Wildcats’ Matt Miller won the 400-meter dash and set a meet record in the process with a time of 50.45 seconds. The Wildcats’ sprint medley relay of Sawyer Savery, Joey Busse, Tyler Vitzthum and Cale Hundertmark finished second in 1:40.00, but it was good enough to set a meet record, alongside first-place Pocahontas Area (1:39.0).
Jamison Heinz was a triple winner in taking the long jump (21-0.5), 100-meters (11.10) and 200-meters (22.89) events. Owen Terwilliger won both the shot put (50-3) and discus (143) events.
Quinton Orr and Joseph Kunert both ran 1-2 in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters events. Orr ran the 1,600 in 4:44.68 and Kunert ran 4:44.97. They ran 10:29.18 and 10:38.9 respectively, in the 3,200.
Senior Joey Busse ran the 110-meter hurdles for the first time ever and won with a time of 15.33 seconds.

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