LAKES ANDES —Andes Central-Dakota Christian girls and Platte-Geddes boys took the team titles at the Andes Central-Dakota Christian Invitational Saturday in Lake Andes.

ACDC tallied 107 points to win the girls’ title by 22 points. Platte-Geddes (85) placed second and Wagner (70) third. Platte-Geddes won the boys’ title with 170 points. Kimball-White Lake (104) took second and Corsica-Stickney (77) third.

Isabella Brouwer won the 800-meters with a time of 2:25.99 for ACDC. Isabella Brouwer also won the 3,200-meters (12:47.12). Isabella Brouwer ran on the first place 4x400-meter relay as well. The other two first place events for ACDC are the medley relay and Allison Muckey in the triple jump with a jump of 30-11.5.

Josie Brouwer placed second in the 400-meter (1:05.67) and ran on the 4x400 and medley relays. Olivia Tiger took second in the shot put and Claire Johnson second in the triple jump.

For Platte-Geddes, Briana DeGroot won the 400-meter run (1:05.25) and ran on the winning 4x200-meter relay. Platte-Geddes won the 4x100 relay as well. Regan Hoffman won the long jump (15-1) for Platte-Geddes lone field event win.

Shalayne Nagel won the 100 and 200-meters for Wagner. Abby Brunsing and Kya Kjeldgaard both clear 4-8 to win the high jump for Wagner. Bon Homme picked up wins in the shot put and discus, thanks to McKenzie Carson. Carson threw the shot put 33-6 and discus 95-7.5 to win both events.

Platte-Geddes won eight events in the boys competition. Nathan Berens, Skyler Hanten, Camden Dufrain and Joey Foxley won individual events. Berens won the 100-meter dash (12.08) and triple jump (36-3.5). Hanten won the 200-meters (25.40), Dufrain the high jump (5-4) and Foxley the long jump (18-6.5). Platte-Geddes also took home victories in the 4x200, 4x400 and 4x800-meter relays.

Toby Zephier of Wagner won the 400-meter run with a time of 53.57. Evan Bartelt of Ethan-Parkston won the 1,600-meters (4:54.67) and Nate Hall of Bon Homme the 3,200-meters (11:04.33). Corsica-Stickney’s Cole Feenstra swept the hurdles events.

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