STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Ellig indoor track off and running
For those that don't get to the Bison Sports Arenavery often, the Shelly Ellig track and field complex of the renovation is off and running. It appears aboutone-third of the steel support beams are up... Posted on 3/7/12 at 2:48 PM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Camp Thoughts
Just a few thoughts from us heading into fall camp thus far. We will followup shortly with what we have seen and heard so far from both sides of the ball in practice:
The defensive line, as outlined ... Posted on 8/10/11 at 11:50 AM
One bad break was all that stood between Sarah Skipper and one of the best total pentathlon scores Jamestown College has ever had.
The senior from Lewistown, Mont. failed to record a height in the high jump and as a result she placed fifth with a total score of 2,800.
The Jamestown College track and field teams combined for five first-place finishes and added three runner-up performances at the Cobber Open on Saturday in Moorhead.
The Jimmie women had four firsts and the men one in the third indoor outing of the winter.
The Jamestown College women’s track and field team has a tough act to follow as they open a new season today — themselves.
The Jimmies are the defending Dakota Athletic Conference champions, and return several key contributors from that team.
There’s a month and four meets between the indoor championships in Spearfish, S.D., but coach Jim Clark says there’s a lot of work to do between now and then.
Jamestown High School’s Brian Sinner and Allison Allmer proved to be among the state’s best on Friday.
Sinner, a senior jumper for the Jays, finished first in the high jump to help the Jamestown boys finish ninth at the Class A state indoor meet in Fargo.
Allmer led the pack in the 800 after crossing the finish line in 2:26.60, edging second-place finisher Erin Valenti, from Fargo South, by almost three seconds.
Field events were the main highlight for the Jamestown High School boys’ track and field team Monday — but it came as no surprise to coach Ken Gardner.
Heading into Monday’s West Region indoor meet at Minot State University, Gardner was expecting the team to rally around some of the field events, especially the high jump, and that’s exactly where JHS excelled.
Who says you can’t run track and field when there’s still snow on the ground?
The specks of snow still remaining and sub 50-degree temperatures don’t bother the Blue Jay track and field team; they will just take the competition indoors.
The girls start today with the West Region girls’ indoor meet in Bismarck, while the boys open competition Monday in Minot with the West Region boys’ indoor meet.
Both Jimmie women relay teams are into the finals at the NAIA national indoor championships in Johnson City, Tenn.
The 4x800 quartet did so resoundingly, setting a new school record in the process. Alyssa Bossler, Emmylyn Bentley, Madey Hornung and Katie Conlon each had solid splits as the Jimmies’ time of 9:17.16 shattered the old indoor (9:25.43) and outdoor (9:25.24) records. The time was the fifth-best overall heading into the finals today.
It was a day to remember for the Jamestown College women’s track and field team.
In the final day of the Dakota Athletic Conference, the Jimmies captured their first ever conference championship Saturday in Spearfish, S.D.
Jamestown College entered Day 2 just five points back of meet host Black Hills State University, but the Jimmies breezed by the Yellow Jackets to win by over 30 points.
Jim Clark has been the women’s track and field coach at Jamestown College for more than three decades, so when he says things like “most rewarding” and “a season I will cherish” about his current team, that’s a pretty good indication of the kind of indoor season it has been.
The Jimmies are in Spearfish, S.D., today for the two-day Dakota Athletic Conference meet and are expected to be in a three-way showdown for the DAC title.
Two women rewrote the Jamestown College record book Saturday after the Jimmies competed at the Cobber Duals in Moorhead, Minn.
AnnaLiesa Fauth and Katie Conlon each set new school records in the 400-meter run and the 3,000-meter run, respectively.
Despite being without one of their top performers, the Jimmie men’s track and field team got off to a nice start on Saturday at the Bemidji State Super 8 meet.
Bottineau senior Kelly Roemmich had the lone win for the Jimmies, but they also had two second-place finishes in relays and three individual runner-up performances on the day.
The Jamestown High School Middle School indoor track teams notched 10 first-place finishes at a meet in Aberdeen on Tuesday.
The girls’ team captured eight of the individual titles, led by eighth-grader Ally Ova’s three wins in the 55 meter dash (8.02), 200 (29.63) and triple jump (29-11.50).
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