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The Raider girls’ track and field team scored in every event, including placing three of the top six individuals in two events, on its way to a second place finish at the 8-team Border Battle Track and Field Meet last Friday at UW-River Falls Knowles Fieldhouse.
Hudson’s boys posted five first place finishes, including two by senior Brandon D’Andrea in the sprint events, on their way to a first place team finish at the inaugural Border Battle Track and Field Meet last Friday at UW-River Falls’ Knowles Fieldhouse.
Hudson’s girls scored points in 10 of 15 events on their way to a second place finish at the 17-team All-American Indoor Track and Field Invitational last Saturday at UW-River Falls’ Knowles Fieldhouse.
On a day that saw 22 meet records either tied or broken, the Raider boys got a second place finish in the final event of the day to win the team title by a half-point over River Falls at the All-American Invitational last Saturday at UW-River Falls’ Knowles Fieldhouse.
Rachel Anderson and Erin Wetzstein swept the top two spots in the 3200 meter run and Taylor Steffen took first in the shot put to lead the Raider girls’ track and field team to a third place finish at the 12-team University of Minnesota High School Indoor Track and Field Championships Saturday at the U of M Fieldhouse in Minneapolis.
Hudson’s boys’ track and field team continued its dominance of the indoor season by taking first place at the 16-team University of Minnesota High School Indoor Track and Field Championships Saturday at the U of M Fieldhouse in Minneapolis last Saturday.
The Raider girls’ track and field team continued its hot start to the season by topping a field of 14 teams last Saturday to win the Large School Division at the Northern Badger Indoor Track and Field Classic at UW-Stout’s Johnson Fieldhouse in Menomonie.
Ryan Schramm and Alex Beyer finished first and second in the 400 meter dash, John Uchytil set a new Raider sophomore record in the pole vault, and Bryan Caffin threw a personal best to win the shot put at the Northern Badger Indoor Track and Field Classic at UW-Stout’s Johnson Fieldhouse in Menomonie last Saturday.
Four Hudson High School senior student-athletes announced where they will be heading after graduation by signing national letters of intent on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 6, at the high school.
Matt Iverson, Alex Burgess, Ryan Kromer and Bryan Caffin, with their parents and coaches, by their side, signed national letters of intent at the end of the school day in the school commons.
Hudson High School senior Ryan Kromer picked up his second All-American honor in two weeks at the 34th annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals (FLCCC) in San Diego last Saturday.
Hudson High School senior Ryan Kromer finished seventh at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (FLCCC) Midwest Regional last Saturday, Nov. 24 to qualify for the FLCCC National Finals on Saturday, Dec. 8 at Morley Field, Balboa Park in San Diego, Calif.
Hudson senior Ryan Kromer outran a field of 190 runners to win the Division 1 state title at the WIAA State Cross Country Championship Meet Saturday, Oct. 27, in Wisconsin Rapids. He completed the 5,000-meter course more than 10 seconds faster than his nearest competitor.
Hudson senior Ryan Kromer earned his fourth trip to state and the Raider girls’ finished second to qualify for state as a team at the WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional last Saturday in Menomonie.
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