CLEAR LAKE – Hamlin put up 138 points to edge Estelline/Hendricks’ 129 points en route to the girls’ team crown on Friday, while the Bulldog boys garnered 159 points for the team title.
The Flandreau girls finished fourth with 81.5 points while the boys were ninth (20). The FIS boys totaled 43 points for seventh.
Flandreau’s Ashtyn Bertram won the 100- and 200-meter dashes, and then, teamed with Cassidy Keith, Hannah Parsley and Libby Hursey to win the medley relay in 4:37.1.
The Fliers added a 4x800 title as Madie Hursey, Maria Parsley, Libby Hursey and Reese Olinger posted a time of 10 minutes, 41.8 seconds.
Flandreau placed fifth in the 4x100 (57.0) and second in the 4x400 as Bertram, Libby Hursey, Claire Sheppard and Parsley crossed in 4:26.0.
Melina Matthys cleared 4-6 to tie for fifth in the high jump while Rylee Iott (14-1.5) and Tishara Hardy (13-8) placed fourth and eighth, respectively, in the long jump. Iott finished fifth in the triple jump with a mark of 29-2.5 and Hardy was sixth at 28-8.5.
Flandreau’s Tristan Bietz placed sixth in the 100 in 11.9 and sixth in the long jump (17-8.25); Gabe Hobbie finished sixth in the 1,600 in 5:08.4; Liam Streitz crossed in 11:49.61 for sixth in the 3,200; and Kyle Johnson threw the discus 114-4 for fourth.
Bradon Weber, Bietz, Matt Pauley and Chris Boetger teamed for fifth-place finish in the 4x100 in 49.2 seconds. The 4x400 foursome of Hobbie, Lars Dailey, Austin Kulm and Boetger placed fourth in the 4x400 in 3:55.5 while Hobbie, Kulm, Dailey and Boetger crossed in 9:11.54 for third in the 4x800. Flandreau also placed fourth in the sprint medley in 4:20.4.
The Bulldogs also won the 4x400 (3:40.9) and medley (3:58.0).
Flandreau Indian School’s Marshall Dog Eyes won the 3,200 (10:56.64) and teamed with Jacob Cabarrubia, Tre Mesteth and Nevada Walker to win the 4x800 relay in 9:00.71. Cabarrubia placed second in the 800 in 2:21.9 while Dog Eyes crossed in 5:00.0 for second in the 1,600. Walker added a third-place finish of 11:17.11 in the 3,200.