Panthers set two Winterset meet records
WINTERSET — A Creston boys track team slowed by injury and illness nonetheless garnered some record-setting highlights in the season-opening Husky Invitational Friday.
The Panthers finished sixth among 15 teams with 42 points, setting two meet records in the process. With the Hawkeye 10 Southern Division meet cancelled earlier in the week because of weather, coach Pat Schlapia used the Winterset meet as a means to get all of his varsity and JV kids in some action.
“We didn’t overload too many people in multiple events, and tried to spread things out,” Schlapia said. “We had eight boys seeing their first high school track experience. We scored in seven events, and three events just finished out of the scoring in seventh place.”
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