By Al Zipsie

Hononegah won the NIC-10 Boys track meet Thursday for the eighth time in the last ten years.

Belvidere North was second and Freeport third.

Hononegah had good team balance and won three events. The 1600 relay in 3:31.78. Newton Anderson in the 400 in 51.70 and Paul Fay in the shot put 47'0.25.

Two double champions shined in Syreal Holland of Auburn in the 100 11.04 and 200 in 22.38. Jaden Johnson of Freeport swept the hurdles winning the 110 high in 14.66 and the 300 Intermediate Hurdles in 39.59.

Auburn's Jonah Garcia also won the 800 meters in 2:01.22.

East won three events, Noah Friske in the 1600 meters in 4:35.50. Jason Bavis in the discus 150'3 and the 400 relay in 43.91.

Belvidere North was the runner up behind 3200 champ Max Bovtel 10:01.55 and Josh Triplett in the triple jump 40'5 2.5.

Belvidere's Austin Hausen won the pole vault at 12'6. Boylan took the 800 relay in 1:32.88 and A'Tiq Muhammad the long jump with a leap if 20'5.25.

Harlem won the 3200 relay in 8:25.62.

Paris Bryant of Freeport went 6'0 to win the high jump.

NIC-10 Girls.

3A. At Antioch. Harlem won the Sectional after also taking the NIC-10 Conference meet last week.

Harlem dominated, advancing to State were Harlem's 1600 relay team who won in 4:04.80. The second place 800 relay team and Olivia Lewis in both the long jump and triple jump. In the discus champion Catie Daly 140'05. Katie Fare in both the shot and discus. Clory Fare second in the high hurdles. Hannah Bildodeau runner up in the 100 and Brenna Sheldon second in the 800.

Belvidere North 's Gloria Orang-Bediaho won the triple jump going 38'1. Kayla Hesano of Belvidere North qualified in the pole vault, Sarah Hulstadt second in the shot put, Brooks Messenger second in the high jump, Haley Dahl second in the 300 hurdles and North's 3200 relay team.

Also advancing Hononegah in the 3200 relay. Guilford won the 400 relay and Shaniah Johnson qualified in the triple jump.

At the 2A Sectional at Rochelle Erin Bishop of Boylan qualified for state in the shot put 35'11.

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