Nashua-Plainfield track

Evan Kalainoff, left, makes up the “stagger” in the sprint medley relay at last week’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
The outdoor opener for Nashua-Plainfield’s boys track team was scheduled to be run on March 26, but this pesky thing called winter got in the way.And it stayed in the way through three more cancellations, but finally, the Huskies got a chance to compete outdoors last Thursday, and then they had to...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Makenna Nelson runs to a sixth-place finish in the 100-meter dash at last week’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
Kristi Hannemann will be the first one to say this has been her most challenging season as Nashua-Plainfield’s girls track coach.Oh, the kids are fine. They’re working hard. They have a good attitude. And they have some talent, too.But …“I just said to a friend, ‘I’ve never had to coach without...
Area schools were involved in the final day of the state track meet Saturday at Drake Stadium in Des Moines.
Saturday morning there were three area boys' teams in the state track meet that had entries in the sprint medley relay. In Class 1A Turkey Valley was eighth in the event with Will Einwalter, Cody Hackman, Wyatt Blazek and Cale Reicks finishing in 1:37.59, just a hair better than their previous...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Sydney Hansen winds up to throw the discus at a recent meet.
Up and down the lineup Monday night, the Nashua-Plainfield girls track team ran season-best times.  And although coach Kristi Hannemann will be the first to admit that she’s always looking for faster times, she was more than satisfied with her athletes’ performances as Nashua-Plainfield finished a...
Austin Lines was one of a number of Nashua-Plainfield track athletes who are coming on strong as the postseason nears.
Even stricken with strep throat, it’s hard not to hear the excitement in the voice of Nashua-Plainfield boys track coach Chase Sudol.  “These kids have worked extremely hard for me,” Sudol said after the Huskies finished a strong third at the Sumner-Fredericksburg Coed Monday night, “and to see...
Dayton Hansen anchors the Nashua-Plainfield distance medley team to a second-place finish at the New Hampton Coed last Thursday night.
The places aren’t always what the Nashua-Plainfield boys track team wants, but ask its coach, and he’ll tell you that the grit and determination are there.  “I love the way our kids compete,” coach Chase Sudol said, “and I know a lot of them want to place higher, but the effort they’re giving, that...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Kylie Laube runs the anchor leg on what is proving to be a very good Nashua-Plainfield 4x800 team during the New Hampton Coed Invitational last week.
Competing in two track and field meets isn’t easy.  Just ask the Nashua-Plainfield girls, who finished fifth at their coed meet last Tuesday night and followed it up with a sixth-place finish two nights later at the New Hampton Coed.  “When we are in the middle of our competition season, our meets...
Kaylee Eick ran on the Nashua-Plainfield 4x800 team that won its race at Osage and finished a strong third at Hampton last week.
So far, so good for the Nashua girls track team.  But after a solid week — especially with a strong third-place finish at the Osage Coed Invitational last week — Nashua-Plainfield coach Kristi Hannemann wants to see her team take the next step.  “It's time to start working on the finer aspects of...
Nashua-Plainfield freshman Evan Kalainoff anchored the Huskies’ to a sprint medley relay title at the Osage Coed last week.
Maybe last week’s Pirate Relays was just what the proverbial doctor ordered for the Nashua-Plainfield boys track team.  Two days after finishing a solid fourth at the Osage Coed, Nashua-Plainfield had to settle for a 12th-place finish Thursday night at one of the larger regular seasons meets around...
With teammate Abby Lumley giving her plenty of support, Nashua-Plainfield’s Morgan Kapping runs the anchor leg on the Huskies’ sprint medley relay at the West Fork Early Bird that was held last week at Nashua-Plainfield High School.
A team doesn’t lose the likes of Dallas Weiss, Kaylee Eggers, Genevieve Reams, Briley Fisher and Aubry Bienemann and not face a bit of a rebuilding project.  But despite losing a deep, talented senior class to graduation, coach Kristi Hannemann believes her 2017 Huskies have plenty of potential.  “...

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