The Forest Lake track teams entered various delegations in three small meets last week, including a tri-meet at Woodbury on April 5, a tri at Edina on April 6 and a quad at East Ridge on April 7.
Boys and girls competed at Woodbury. Event winners were Haley Woods (girls 800, 2:46.17), junior Vanessa Weigel (girls high jump, 4-8; long jump, 14-6.25), freshman Max Charlsen (boys discus, 121-5) and the boys 4×200 relay team (1:40.42).
The boys meet finished Woodbury 244, Cretin-Derham Hall 163, Forest Lake 110. The girls ended Cretin 216, Woodbury 200, Forest Lake 93.
The girls team won the Edina meet with 109 points, ahead of Edina (64) and Washburn (19).
Sophomore Madeline Doby won the 100 (13.04) and 200 (26.89). Junior Jenna Parent took the 400 (1:05.21) and pole vault (10-0). Ranger juniors swept the hurdles races, with Chloe Foster taking the 100 (16.04) and Hannah Jents the 300 (48.05); Foster also won the high jump (4-8). Junior Molly Longtin achieved the best throw in the discus (87-11). Sophomore Taylor Ritchot won the long jump (15-9). Senior Caroline Hansen won the triple jump (33-0). Ranger teams claimed victory in the 4×100 (56.62), 4×200 (1:57.73) and 4×400 (4:29.10).
The boys team traveled to East Ridge, claiming two distance victories. Sophomore Charlie Babcock won the 1600 (4:46.89) while junior Adam Stenning claimed the 3200 (10:23.55).
On April 13, the boys will compete in the White Bear Lake Relays, while the girls will travel to St. Francis.