Cyclone sophomore Chloe Hansen earned the girls 400-meter hurdles conference title by clocking a season-best time of 1:07.61. (Photos by Mike Oeffner) HCHS junior Nick Foss claimed Thursday’s Hawkeye Ten Conference boys long jump gold medal with a new personal-best of 22 feet, 1.75 inches. Cyclone senior Allison Bruck (right) finishes ahead of Denison’s Sunday Faya to win a Hawkeye Ten gold medal in the 100-meter hurdles. HCHS sophomore Greichaly Kaster (second from right) placed fifth in the 1,500-meter run after winning the Hawkeye Ten girls 3,000 earlier in the meet with a new ‘PR’ of 11.17.78. Harlan Community’s Austin Smith (right) and Jake McLaughlin execute the first exchange of the Cyclones’ 4x100 relay, which placed third. Harlan Community junior Sidney Craig (right) sprints alongside Clarinda’s Lauren Bair in the 100-meter dash at Thursday’s conference meet. Craig placed fifth in the event.

Individual golds highlight Cyclone H-10 results

HCHS conference champs include Foss, Streit, Kaster, Bruck, Hansen... HCHS girls finish third, boys sixth

 DENISON -- Several of Harlan Community’s top track and field stars shone brightly Thursday night as the Cyclones wrapped up regular season action at the Hawkeye Ten Conference Co-Ed Meet in Denison.
 HCHS seniors Allison Bruck and Gillian Streit, along with sophomores Greichaly Kaster and Chloe Hansen, all won their signature event as the Cyclone girls scored 102 points and placed third in the final team standings.
 Junior Nick Foss also had a big night in his first meet since winning the Drake Relays’ long jump April 28. In addition to placing fifth in his first try at the discus, Foss surpassed 22 feet in the long jump (personal-best 22-1.75) to take the gold medal away from Kuemper Catholic standout Miles Rupiper (21-10.75).
 Foss also anchored the Cyclone boys to third place in the 4x100 relay, but the team slipped to sixth place overall with 57 points.

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