Ford breaks indoor record

Meghan Ford broke Jamestown High School's 3200-meter girls indoor record Saturday, March 16, with a time of 10 minutes, 46.09 seconds at the Cobber Indoor in Moorhead, Minn. The sophomore's winning time was 1:31.35 better than May-Port-CG's Anna Strand.

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Gavin Haut also earned a win for the Blue Jays, capturing the 3200 boys race in 10:33.67.

The Jamestown girls placed sixth with 48 points, while the boys placed seventh with 33 points.

The Blue Jays head back to the Fargo-Moorhead area on Friday for an invitational at North Dakota State University at 2 p.m.

2019 Cobber Indoor

Boys

Team results

1. Grand Forks Red River 144; 2. West Fargo 96; 3. Fargo South 63; 4. Grand Forks Central 62; 5. Fargo Shanley 61; 6. Central Cass 49; 7. Jamestown 33; 8. Wyndmere 29; 9. Oak Grove 27; 10. Maple Valley 24; 11. Oakes 18; 12. Valley City 9; MayPort-CG 5; Rosholt 4.

Winners and Blue Jay results

55: 1. Alvin Johnson, FS, 6.64; 50. Maclane Letherman, 7.57; 54. Preston Kroeber, 7.64; 58. Brode Hillstrom 7.68; 73. Ryan Erdahl, 7.93; 78. Jarron Waldie 8.16; 80. Aidan McKenney 8.22; 85. Ian Dreyer 8.60.

200: 1. Johnson, FS, 23.51; 26. Delvin Beach, 26.46; 29. Letherman, 26.61; 50. McKenney, 28.71; 51. Erdahl, 28.73.

400: 1. Braeden Knutson, CC, 53.19; 26. Waldie, 1:03.37; 32. Erdahl, 1:09.62; 33. Ian Dreyer, 1:10.48.

800: 1. Marcelles Sartwell, RR, 2:08.48; 35. Jonas Jarsen, 2:49.01; 37. Ethan Sprague, 2:51.37.

1600: 1. Jake Arason, RR, 4:50.68; 10. Micah Hoke, 5:18.07; 11. Kade Schumacher, 5:19.88; 13. Cullen Flieth, 5:25.82; 30. Zach Lunde, 6:01.24; 36. Josh Bender 6:32.29; 37. Larsen, 6:33.10; 40. Sprague, 6:47.09.

3200: 1. Gavin Haut, JHS, 10:33.67.

54 hurdles: 1. Collin Allan, GF, 9.21; 3. Colin Lemieux, 10.22.

200 relay: 1. Fargo Shanley, 1:36.34; 17. Jamestown, 1:49.15

400 relay: 1. Fargo Shanley 3:45.13; 14. Jamestown B 4:10.05; Jamestown A 4:21.72.

800 relay: 1. Red River, 9:02.12; 4. Jamestown A 9:22.28; 13. Jamestown B 10:37.41.

High jump: 1. Marcus Gulley, WF, 6-4; 5. Beach, 5-6.

Long jump: 1. Gulley, WF, 21-7.5; 12. Beach, 17-11; 20. Hillstrom, 16-8.5; 30. Colin Lemieux, 15-8.75.

Triple jump: 1. Joseph Akiri, OG; 7. Kroeber, 34-5.5.

Shot put: 1. Austin Widmer, OG, 56-3; 3. Marcus Hochhalter, 48; 9. Caron Kennelly, 41-5.5; 19. Aaron Mack 38-6.5.

Girls

Team results

1. Fargo Davies 171.16; 2. Fargo Shanley 79; 3. Grand Forks Red River, 59; 4. Central Cass 58.5; 5. West Fargo 50; 6. Jamestown 48; 7. Fargo South 37.33; 8. MayPort 34; T9. Valley City 30; T9. Grand Forks Central 30; 11. Oak Grove 17; 12. Maple Valley 4; 13. Oakes 3.

55: 1. Grace Emineth, Shan., 7.63; 41. MaKenna O'Neal, 8.60; 66. Mikaila Walch, 9.20; 67. Jasmine Hemmer 9.20.

200: 1. Ellen Donat, FD, 27.36; 20. Abby Kallenbach, 30.34; 28. Taylor Williamson, 31.06; 29. Walch, 31.08; 46. Grace Hegerle, 33.79.

400: 1. Makenna Bares, Shan., 1:04.89; 4. Mary Belzer, 1:08.57.

800: 1. Mikayla Weiss, GF, 2:29.71; 8. Kaylee Panchot, 2:44.90; 11. Mandy Orr, 2:47.21.

1600: 1. Megan Lundstrom, FD, 5:24.20; 17. Mandy Orr, 6:14.89; 30. O'Neal 7:53.59.

3200: 1. Meghan Ford, JHS, 10:46.09.

54 hurdles: 1. Sally Korgho, FD, 8.64; 3. Kaelyn Nygaard, 9.71.

200 relay: 1. Shanley, 1:52.21; 8. Jamestown 1:58.91.

High jump: 1. Kaia Schneider, FD, 5-3; T4. Carly Raap, 4-9; T4. Hegerle 4-9; 12. Abby Kallenbach, 4-5; 14. O'Neal 4-5.

Long jump: 1. Ellen Donat, FD, 17-5.25; 3. Kallenbach, 15-9.5; 5. Carly Raap, 15-3.75; 11. Hegerle, 14-3.

Triple jump: 1. Claire Leach, RR, 35-8.75; 11. Abby Kallenbach, 30-6.25.

Shot put: 1. AJ Eberhardt, FD, 39-8; 9. Taylor Williamson, 31-2; 10. Jessie Paulson, 31-1.

Optimist Club's weekly athletes

The Jamestown High School boys basketball team, Cara Romeike and Chase Hacker were selected Jamestown Optimist Club athletes of the week.

The JHS boys basketball team finished the season at a perfect 27-0, winning its first state championship in 26 years last Saturday in Bismarck. The Jays defeated Fargo Davies 66-49 for the title.

Romeike, a senior University of Jamestown women's wrestler from Coppell, Texas, earned All-American honors after finishing second at 130 pounds during the first NAIA invitational held Saturday at Harold Newman Arena.

Hacker, a junior University of Jamestown baseball player from Millcreek, Wash., homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Jimmies to an 8-3 win over Northwestern College (Iowa).

Slow-pitch umpire clinic

A mandatory umpires rules clinic for anybody working slow-pitch games this summer will take place at The Buff in Jamestown on March 24 at 2:00 pm.