Final update: Leath, Smith, Patakey, Monzyk, 4x800, and 4x400 are going to state

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Pictured is the girls 4x400m relay team from left to right: Coach John Tucker, Molly Munsinger, Hannah Kruse, Hannah Pruessner, and Taylor Convington.
Finial update:

New Haven’s girls 4x400m relay advances to state.  More this nail biting race that required officials to review the photo finish.

The Shamrocks had three boys advance to state in five different events and two girls relay teams along with Kiersten Monzy moving onward in the 400m to the Missouri State Track and Field meet.

Quick update 5:25 p.m.:  Will Smith finished third in the 800m with a time of 2:04.13 to advance to state.

Michael Leath won the 200m along with the 100m and 400m.  We will have more on Leath’s jaw dropping performance.

Dominick Patakey qualified in the 3200m run.

New Haven’s “Freshman Flash” girls 4x400m relay will be ran at 5:45.

 

Leath wins the 400m dash.
Updated 3:55

Centralia, Mo - Michael Leath chalks up another win, taking first in the 400m and now one race away from repeating his Superman like performance at districts.

Kiersten Monzy held off Father Tolton’s, Chase Freidel, finishing fourth to advance on to next week’s state meet.

New Haven is off to a great start.  The girls 4x800m (Taylor Covington, Hannah Pruessner, Hannah Kruse, and Beth Schenck) relay team were the first to qualify for state, finishing second place.

Leath easily won the 100m dash to advance to state.  Give New Haven is 2 for 2 thus far.

The girls 4x200m relay team came up short to finish fifth place.  The top four advance to state.

Fey Chavez will be running in the 1600m at 2:30 p.m.

Our next up date will be around 3:45 p.m. that will include results from the 1600m and the boys and girls 400m dash.
Pictured is the 4x800m relay team, from left to right, Hannah Pruessner, Hannah Kruse, Beth Schenck, Taylor Covington.