2019 South Dakota highschool state observe meet: Should-see boys occasions – Sioux Falls Argus Chief

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Parker Nelson of Sioux Falls Christian battles Jacob Hyde of St Thomas Extra within the four x 200 on the Howard Wooden Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls. (Picture: Michael G. Brown for the Argus Chief)

The 2019 state observe meet kicks off Friday morning throughout three websites, earlier than everybody comes collectively at Howard Wooden Area for the second and last day of competitors on Saturday.

Here is a viewers information for the boys divisions with must-see occasions, full with total meet information and occasion instances.

‘AA’ DISCUS

Friday, 9:30 a.m. | Brandon Valley HS | Meet Document: 211-04 (George Amundson, Aberdeen Central, 1969)

George Amundson’s 1969 document isn’t in jeopardy right here, however boys discus at Brandon Valley is pretty much as good a spot as any to start out your Friday morning with Lincoln’s Tyler Hiatt seeking to enhance upon his personal-best 174-foot throw from earlier this month. Enjoyable reality: After setting that PR, Hiatt shipped over to the Sanford Pentagon for the Argus Sports activities Awards.

Tyler Hiatt is off to the Sanford Sports activities Awards however first he stays to win the Disc in a PR throw of 174’! Congrats Tyler! Trying good! pic.twitter.com/xMSe8krSUA

— LHS Observe & Area (@PatriotTrack) Could 10, 2019

‘A’ POLE VAULT

Friday, 11 a.m. | Tea Space HS | Meet Document: 16-Zero (John Wurtz, Fast Metropolis Stevens, 1993)

The primary document of the yr to fall may very properly come at Tea Space Excessive Faculty the place St. Thomas Extra senior Jens Christiansen owns a qualifying mark of 15-1.00, a couple of inches away from Sam Pribyl’s meet document (14-10, 2000). Christiansen is almost two ft away from the following closest qualifier, fellow Cavalier Austin Bartunek (13-Three.00).

‘B’ DISCUS

Saturday, 9 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 211-04 (George Amundson, Aberdeen Central, 1969)

With Hiatt going the day earlier than, we’ll know by the point De Smet’s Koby Spader checks in if he has a shot on the gold medal. The Bulldogs junior certified with a throw of 172-05, a few foot and a half behind Hiatt.

Carly Haring of Mitchell watches a replay of her last jump at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Carly Haring of Mitchell clears the bar in the high jump at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Olivia Montez Brown (60) of Augustana hands off after her leg of the U-C 4 X 100 relay on Friday at Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls.

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Zack Anderson of USD competes on the U-C Mens High Jump at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Olivia Montez Brown of Augustana runs the U-C 100 hurdle finals at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Pierre Lear of Watertown runs his opening heat of the 110 Hurdles on Friday at Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls.

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Elizabeth Schaefer of Rapid City Stevens clears a hurdle during her prelim race at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Brandon Valley's Krista Bickley smiles as she heads to the finish in the 4 x 200 relay at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Watertown's Alayna Falak clears the bar in winning the high jump at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Mitchell Walker (2745) of Sioux Falls Christian hands off to Noah VanDonkersgoed in the 4 x 200 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Meghan Ford of Jamestown reacts after breaking the 1600 meter record at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Alea Hardie of Bishop O'Gorman anchors the sprint medley relay at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Jayda McNabb (997) of Rapid City Stevens hands off to Abbie Noga at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Nyanas Kur of Washington anchors her team in the 4 x 200 relay at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Krista Bickley of Brandon Valley smiles as she crosses the finish line during the 4 x 200 relay at Howard Wood on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Trevor Cox (2953) of Tea Area gets set to hand off the baton in the 4 x 200 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Carter Slykhuis of Tea Area anchors his team in the 4 x 200 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Andrew Lauer of Lincoln runs his heat of the 1600 meter run during the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Grant Treiber of Lincoln releases the discus at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Grant Treiber of Lincoln follows through on his release during the high school discus at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Elizabeth Schaefer of Rapid City Stevens runs the 300 Hurdles at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Pierre Lear of Watertown clears a hurdle during the Boys 300 Hurdles at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Olivia Montez Brown of Augustana runs the U-C 100 hurdle finals at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Chloe Peterson of University of Sioux Falls battles Callie DeWitt of Augustans in the 100 finals at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Luxon Glor of University of Mary sprints to a win in the U-C 100 meters at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Carly Haring of Mitchell attempts to clear the bar in the high jump at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Parker Nelson of Sioux Falls Christian battles Jacob Hyde of St Thomas More in the 4 x 200 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Joe Fahnbulleh of Hopkins drives to the finish as his team broke the 2 x 200 relay mark at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Delaney Kost of Rapid City Central surges ahead of Hannah Dumansky of Lincoln in the 1600 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Meghan Ford of Jamestown checks the clock as she nears the finish in her record setting 1600 at the Howard Wood Relays on Saturday in Sioux Falls.

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Running of the high school boys 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boys 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boyss 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boyss 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 100 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Fans watch at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boys 110 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD. Watertown's Pierre Lear (second from left) placed second.

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Running of the high school boys 110 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD. Watertown's Pierre Lear (second from left) placed second.

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Running of the high school boys 110 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boys 110 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 100 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 100 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boys 400 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 100 meter hurdles at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school boys 400 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 400 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 400 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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Running of the high school girls 400 meter dash at the 94th annual Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, SD.

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University of South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen takes to the night sky during the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Friday night in Sioux Falls. Multiple weather delays pushed much of the meet into the evening hours, and Nilsen's win in the men's pole vault was one of the final events.

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University of South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen clears the bar during the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Friday night in Sioux Falls. Multiple weather delays pushed much of the meet into the evening hours, and Nilsen's win in the men's pole vault was one of the final events.

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Eventual winner Erin Palmer of Century-Bismarck has the early lead during the Howard Wood Girls Special 800 on Friday night in Sioux Falls.

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Erin Palmer of Century-Bismarck is chased as she sprints to the finish line during the Howard Wood Girls Special 800 on Friday night in Sioux Falls.

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Joe Fahnbulleh of Hopkins, MN leans into the final meters of the Howard Wood Boys Special 200 during Friday night in Sioux Falls.

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Emily Grove, a former USD athlete competing unattached, clears the bar at 14-11, and would win the womens pole vault competition during the Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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As her teammates rush to celebrate with her, University of South Dakota's Helen Falda reacts to chearling the bar at 14-05 1/4 during the pole vault competition at the Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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University of South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen takes to the night sky during the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Friday night in Sioux Falls. Multiple weather delays pushed much of the meet into the evening hours, and Nilsen's win in the men's pole vault was one of the final events.

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University of South Dakota's Helen Falda closes her eyes and pauses before competing in the women's pole vault competition at the Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Shelmund Mercalina of Buena Vista spins before releasing the ball during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Howard Wood Relays volunteers pull the hammer from the soft ground prior to measuring during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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University of South Dakota junior Chris Nilsen, center, jokes with teammates  during the Howard Wood Dakota Relays Friday in Sioux Falls. Multiple weather delays pushed much of the meet into the evening hours, and Nilsen's eventual win in the men's pole vault would come hours later, and was one of the final events of the night.

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University of South Dakota's Helen Falda competes at the Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Tanner Berg of Northern State spins before releasing the ball during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Sam Coil of SDSU spins before releasing the ball during his flight of the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Derrick Sheppard of USD makes his final spins during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Derrick Sheppard of USD gets set to release the ball during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Logan Ammons of SDSU spins before releasing the ball during the U-C Mens Hammer Throw at Howard Wood on Friday in Sioux Falls.

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Kaly Banks of Augustana makes her first jump during the U-C Womens Triple Jump competition at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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SDSU's Sophie Bisgard drives toward the pit during the U-C Womens Triple Jump competition at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Liberty Justus of USD lands in the pit during the U-C Womens Triple Jump at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Augustana's Kaly Bank launches into the pit during the U-C Womens Triple Jump competition at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Liberty Justus of USD completes her first of three jumps in the U-C Womens Triple Jump competition at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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Liberty Justus of USD launches into the pit during the U-C Womens Triple Jump competition at the Howard Wood Relays in Sioux Falls on Friday.

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‘B’ 100-METER DASH

Saturday, 10:10 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 10.59 (JaRon Harris, Washington, 2004)

This one needs to be a doozy. The highest 4 qualifiers – White River’s Nick Sayler (11.22), Viborg-Hurley’s Angel Johnson (11.22), Chester Space’s Isaiah Younger (11.24) and Freeman’s Collin Helma (11.24) – are all tightly packed on the high of the warmth sheet. Johnson, a sophomore, was the lone non-senior to complete within the high eight final yr (2nd, 11.10).

‘A’ 100-METER DASH

Saturday, 10:10 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 10.59 (JaRon Harris, Washington, 2004)

This doubles as an “athlete to look at.” St. Thomas Extra junior Jacob Hyde may sweep the Class A sprints Saturday. He owns the highest qualifying marks within the 400 (48.79) and 200 (22.07), however claiming the 100 (10.96) — and competing for a possible gold medal — would require out-racing Winner sophomore Brady Fritz (10.84). 

‘A’ 4×200-METER RELAY

Saturday, 10:40 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 1:27.92 (Lincoln, 2018)

The Class A 4×200 has belonged to St. Thomas Extra. The six-time defending champs, the Cavaliers personal the highest qualifying time coming into this yr’s state meet (1:30.36), however will face some stiff competitors, most notably from Sioux Falls Christian, which checks in at 1:31.84. FWIW: STM bested the Chargers on the Dakota Relays.

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L-R: St. Thomas Extra’s Jacob Hyde, Grant Huber, Matthew McGillick and Corten Dobesch received the Class A 4×200 on Saturday on the Howard Wooden Dakota Relays. (Picture: Brian Haenchen/Argus Chief)

‘AA’ LONG JUMP

Saturday, 11:50 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 23-04.50 (Doug Vlasman, Madison, 1982; Curt Urevig, Howard; Jared Vlastuin, Lennox, 2007)

Lincoln junior Hunter Merkley broke Jared Vlastuin’s all-time state document (23-Eight.75) with a mark of 23-11.5 final week. If he can come near that mark Saturday afternoon, he’ll reset the Class AA meet document. 

Congrats to Hunter Merkley who set the brand new ALL TIME STATE RECORD within the Lengthy Soar! His bounce of 23’ 11.5” broke the previous state document of 23’ Eight.75” by Jared Vlastuin. Congratulations Hunter! pic.twitter.com/d1jY48bpee

— LHS Observe & Area (@PatriotTrack) Could 14, 2019

‘B’ 4×100-METER RELAY

Saturday, 11:50 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 41.98 (Lincoln, 2018)

This needs to be a high quality race with Viborg-Hurley and Wall going head-to-head in a rematch from the Dakota Relays, however with the correct personnel, the Cougars may additionally problem Potter County’s meet document from 2017. 

‘AA’ 4×100-METER RELAY

Saturday, 11:50 a.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 41.98 (Lincoln, 2018)

If somebody is to dethrone the Lincoln boys, it’s going to most likely need to be Watertown. Such an upset would require a number of issues to go the Arrows’ manner, not the least of which is a win within the 4×100-meter relay. In case you had been questioning, Lincoln clocked its 43.36 on the Dakota Relays with Merkley, Nathan Popkes, Jerome Shaw and Wilson Furula.

‘AA’ 400-METER DASH

Saturday, 12:20 p.m. | Howard Wooden Area | Meet Document: 47.54 (Brennan Schmidt, Freeman, 2015)

Speak about a stacked race. The highest 5 qualifiers — Watertown’s Jacob Hartman and Adam DeJong, Brandon Valley’s Trey Reindl, Aberdeen Central’s Seth Martens and Fast Metropolis Central’s Blake DeVries — are all inside .four seconds of each other. Hartman (fifth) and Martens (seventh) positioned within the occasion final yr. 

Comply with Brian Haenchen on Twitter at @Brian_Haenchen

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