The Ranger girls’ track and field team wrapped up its fourth and final time trial last week. If the early results are any indication, the regular season – which started with a meet in Roseville this Tuesday – could be one to remember.
Forest Lake has already seen 12 entries qualify for the state honor roll. Rocci Wohlk qualified in a pair of long-distace running events. The ninth-grader finished the 1600-meter run in 5:22 and the 3200-meter run in 11:32. Seventh-grader Allie Bartlett ran the 3200 in 11:23.
Junior Jessica Dhaene made the list in the 300 hurdles, having posted a time of 48.73.
Sophomore Caitlin Freer has reached a distance of 34-1 in the triple jump. High-jumper Sarah Jaeb, a ninth-grader, has cleared 5-2.
Two Rangers are honored in the shot put: senior Sam Anderson threw 37-8 and sophomore Bailey Norby threw 35-11. Anderson also is on the honor roll for a discus throw of 128-8.
Three girls made the cut in the pole vault: sophomore Katie Dison and ninth-grader Cassidy Baker cleared 9-6, while junior Cassie Geisner cleared 9-0.