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Bulldogs capture boys, girls track titles

Published 10:54am Friday, May 17, 2013

The Otter Tail Central boys and girls track and field teams celebrated as they both captured the Park Region Conference title.

The girls claimed their fourth straight title with a score of 141 points, followed by Pillager (119) and United North Central (115.5).

The Bulldogs’ Karin Mortenson took home three firsts, winning the won the 100 meter dash (13.35), the 200 meter dash (27.2) and as a member of 4×100 meter relay. Megan Biegler was also a double winner taking first in the shot (33’11”) and the discus (105’5.5”).

The OTC boys claimed its second consecutive title with a score of 238 points. Pillager (176) and Bertha-Hewitt/Verndal (52) would round out the top three.

Keith Stueve and Colling Dague each won two individual events. Stueve won the 100 meter with a time of 11.9 and the 200 meter (23.5), while Dague finished first in the 110 hurdles (17.98) and the 300 IM (42.83).

The 4×200 relay team of Noah Thompson, Dague, Petric VanErp, and Stueve broke the Park Region Conference record time, winning the event with a time of 1:33.5.

OTC thrower Steffan Stroh won the discus with 148’4.5 and placed second in the shot with a 49’2.

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