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Boys All levels Track · Boys All levels Track finishes 1st place at NIB XII Conference


  Place Points
Kaneland High School 1st 143

The Kaneland Boys Track and Field Team left Yorkville High School’s Campbell Field last night as the 2018 NIBXII Varsity Conference Champions with 143.5 points! Seeded for only 125, multiple Knights stepped up on the Track and on the Field to secure those important team points!

We had 4 conference champions on the night! Matt Richtman won a thrilling 3200m race in 9:28.10. Clayton Hannula won the Shot Put with a put of 56’8″ and the Discus with a throw of 175’7″! Our 4×400 team of Ted Allen, Kyle Angelotti, Chris Angelotti, and Ben Durbala capped off our night with a huge win, running 3:31.25!

The 4×800 team of Austin Adams, Aidan Lodwig, Jacob Wielgos (huge PR!), and Sam Webster took 3rd running 8:38!
The 4×100 team of Ted Allen, Kyle Angelotti, Colton Doll, and Josh Marczuk ran a season PR of 44.22 to take 4th!
The 4×200 team of Ted Allen, Kyle Angelotti, Chris Angelotti, and Josh Marczuk ran 1:32.53 to take 2nd!

In the 200, Colton Doll had a huge PR, running 23.39 out of lane 7 in the 2nd heat to take 3rd overall! Josh Marczuk ran a PR of 23.55 to take 6th!
Freshman Ted Allen took 4th in the 400 out of Lane 1 in a time of 52.81!
Sophomore Austin Adams secured a point for the team in the 800 taking 6th place with a time of 2:07.52!
Matt Richtman came back in the 1600 to take 2nd and Daniel Occhipinti took 4th!
Drew Gould and Ian Stoll took 2nd and 4th in the 110m HH, both running PRs!

In the Field, Drew Hahn took 3rd in the Shot Put while Grant Wilk and Jack O’Sullivan took 2nd and 4th in the Pole Vault.

The Triple Jump was a huge event for the team tonight, with Colton Doll and Zach Denning both having big PRs and outplacing their “seed”. Colton jumped 42’6.5″ good for 2nd place and the 15th best jump in Kaneland history! Zach, in his first year out for Track had a PR of 41’7.5″, which took 4th place and is the 22nd best jump in Kaneland History!

In order to score 143.5, it takes an entire team and our Knights showed just how strong of a team we are. These men competed hard all night and were there for each other before, during, and after each race. They did things the Knights Way!