By PATRICK SLACK
Little Falls competed in its final meet leading up to postseason action at Tuesday’s Zimmerman quad, with the Flyers boys earning first and the girls taking third.
The Little Falls boys finished with five event-winners, including senior Seth Wester in the discus (129-feet, 10-inches), senior Robert Reller in the high jump (5-feet, 10-inches), senior Garrett Horejsi in the 300 hurdles (42.77), junior Sebastian Sowada in the 1,600 (4:38.11) and junior Trysten Ross in the shot put (46-feet, 1.5-inches).
Finishing as runners-up were senior Isaiah Korver in the high jump (5-feet, 8-inches), senior Alexander Kresha in the 800 (2:15.3), junior Thomas Tabatt in the shot put (42-feet, 7-inches), junior Mathew Massmann in the 1,600 (4:49.58), Horejsi in the 110 hurdles (16.27), Ross in the discus (129-feet, 3-inches) and the 4×400 relay team of junior Cameron Smith, freshman Gunner Kleinschmidt, junior Blake Toso and senior Eric Kiley (3:52.52).
The Flyers girls had two individual and relay winners, including senior Trista Saulter in the 100 (13.22), sophomore Heidi Moe in the 1,600 (5:45.24), the 4×200 relay team of seniors Noelle Kurowski and Kallie Baumgartner, freshman Hannah Veillette and junior Rachelle LeBlanc (1:55.28) and the 4×400 relay team of junior Maria Hauer, senior Noelle Kurowski, junior Vanessa Meschke and senior Chelsea Rutz (4:24.95).
Taking second place were senior Mattia Hendrickson in the 800 (2:33.12), freshman Amelia Kresha in the 1,600 (5:47.93), Baumgartner in the 100 (13.26), Hauer in the 400 (1:05.44) and the 4×100 relay team of Saulter, sophomore Jaclyn Scepurek, Rutz and senior Emily Stark (54.13).
Boys—1. Little Falls, 75.5; 2. Zimmerman, 74.5; 3. Princeton, 68.5; 4. Becker, 33.5.
Girls—1. Princeton, 82; 2. Zimmerman, 69; 3. Little Falls, 64; 4. Becker, 36.