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Darlington, Albany, Black Hawk athletes move on
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CUBA CITY - Darlington, Albany and Black Hawk all finished in the top four places in team results in both the boys and girls regional meet at the WIAA Division 3 Cuba City regional track and field meet. The sectional meet is in Bangor on Friday.

Darlington took first in both the boys and the girls meets. The Redbirds got a first-place finish from their 400-meter relay team of Kara Krahenbuhl, Kelsi Blosch, Chayse Hermanson and Hannah Huffman. Hana Miehe, Ciara Wiegel, Olivia Wedig and Amy Jorgenson won the 3,200 relay, as well.

Brianna Riechling capped the girls' first-place finishes with a throw of 30 feet, 4 inches in the shot put. Darlington also had three second-place finishes.

On the boys side, Kent Miehe won the 1,600 run and Jeff Reichling won both the shot put and the discus. Darlington also won three of the four relays, including the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 relays. The Redbirds had nine second-place finishes.

Black Hawk finished in third place on the girls side, and in fourth place on the boys. The top four teams advance to sectionals.

The Warriors got two wins from Hailey Meier (100, 400) and another from Katie Place in the triple jump. Tyler Whalen won the 400 on the boys side. Black Hawk also had one second-place finish on the boys side, and five on the girls side.

Albany's Hillary Best won the girls discus, and Devan Brugger won the 100 hurdles. The Comets got one other second-place finish. On the boys side, Jake Lincicum won the 800, Jacob Short won the 3,200, and Josh Krueger won the pole vault. Albany also picked up four second-place finishes.

Pecatonica-Argyle was the next team out on the girls side, and finished seventh on the boys. Monticello came in sixth on the girls side and eighth on the boys.

Parker Havens broke Monticello's school record with a time of 44.29 seconds in the 300 hurdles.