Lansing, Leavenworth Athletics compete in Bonner Springs
The men’s and women’s athletics teams from Lansing took first place on Thursday at the Bonner Springs Invitational with 30 top 3 placements between the two teams.
The Leavenworth women’s team finished second with 120 team points, trailing 151 Lions. The Lion men scored a total of 172 points.
Here are the notable results of the Bonner Springs Invitational:
100 meter dashboard
Leavenworths Wynter Ramos finished first with 12.31 seconds, while Lansings Zayliah Bronson finished second with 12.66 seconds. In the men’s event, Bryan’s Raymond von Lansing won the event with a time of 11.39 seconds.
200 meter dashboard
Leavenworth’s Dhakiya Blake achieved a top result with a time of 25.33 seconds, Ramos was second behind her in 25.76 seconds.
Lansing’s Hunner Nelson took second place with a time of 23.95 seconds.
400 meter run
Blake took another first place with a time of 59.43 seconds.
800 meter run
Lansing’s Anya Anderson took first place with a time of 2: 34.33, followed by Leavenworth’s Sedona Posch with a time of 2: 37.64 in second place. Austin Howell finished second for the Lions with a 2:10.99 result.
1,600 meter run
Kenneth Howell of Lansing finished second with a time of 4: 53.10 for the men, while Allison Muzzy was third for the women with 6: 15.49.
3,200 meter run
Leaatelyworths Katelyn Havner took first place with a time of 12: 50.00. In the men’s category, Kenneth Howell took another second place with a time of 10: 27.56.
100 meter hurdles for women
Leavenworth’s Amy Faught finished second in 19.41 seconds.
300 meter hurdles for men
Lansings Kolton Brown took second place with a time of 47.51 seconds.
4×100 meter relay
Leavenworth’s team of Brandi Gardner, Blake, Courtney Thompson and Ramos took first place in the women with a time of 49.77 seconds.
4×400 meter relay
The pioneers took another season win when the team of Posch, Gardner, Thompson and Sam Dales finished with a time of 4: 35.05.
4×800 meter relay
Lansing won the event when the women’s team of Muzzy, Sophia Mosher, Kamryn Farris and Anderson finished in 10: 59.16 and the men’s team of Jack Steger, Austin and Kenneth Howell and Nik Schintgen finished in 8: 48.78.
Levi Francis von Lansing finished second with a 5 foot and 10 inch jump while Richie Patrick finished third with a 5 foot and 8 inch jump.
Basehor-Linwood’s Emma Hinkle took third place on the women’s side with a 4-foot (6-inch) jump.
Lansings Reece Baker won the event 10 feet, 3 inches apart.
McKenzie Hayse finished second for the Lions with a 16-foot, 2-inch jump, while Dayven Dodd finished third with a 15-foot, 10.5-inch jump. Malik Benson finished first with a final jump of 23 feet, 7 inches, over three feet more than second. Patrick finished third with a 5-inch jump 20 feet.
Dodd took another medal, finishing third with a jump of 30 feet, 7 inches.
Lansing took the top two spots on either side of the event, while Grayce Martin (38 feet, 11.5 inches) took first and Alyssa Batista (32 feet, 2 inches) took second place for the women. Logan Buffo won the men’s side with a throw of 45 feet, 9 inches, while Jamale Williams was second with a throw of 42 feet, 11.5 inches.
Williams took a top finish with a throw of 135 feet, 6 inches, followed by Caden Crawford (112 feet, 9 inches) in second place. Martin finished third in the women with a throw of 92 feet. 2.5 inches.
Batista took second place on the women’s side with a throw of 85 feet, 3 inches, followed by Leavenworth’s Misty De’Leon in third with a final throw of 84 feet, 8 inches. In the men’s category, Buffo (134 feet, 4 inches) took another top finish, followed by teammate Alex Jordan (126 feet).