7 Bulldogs make top 10 in Belgrade

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With more than 900 athletes from 21 teams competing in Belgrade, the Hardin Bulldogs had seven finish in the top 10.

According to Head Coach Laura Sundheim, 10 varsity athletes had their personal best times of the season.

For the boys, David Prather took second place in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:05.75. Almost breaking into the top 10 for the boys was Konnolly Shane, who placed 11th in javelin with a throw of 137-00.

In girls’ action, three Lady Bulldogs placed in the top three. Libby Nedens placed second in the 3,200-meter with a time of 12:32.18. In shot put Aiyana Ereaux placed second with a throw of 36-11.50. Ereaux also placed fifth in javelin, throwing it 107-04 for a personal best.

In the 100-meter hurdles, Shea Esp placed third with a time of 17.44.

Placing in the top 10 were Sydney Little Light, who took seventh place in the 800-meter and 1,600-meter runs. Nedens placed ninth in the 800-meter.

At JV action in Sheridan, Wyo. the girls’ team placed second overall and the boys sixth.

The girls had three athletes take first place overall: Madison Harmer in the 1,600-meter, Marion Hugs in the 3,200-meter and Malia Stands in the triple jump.

The two-mile relay team consisting of Madison Harmer, Marion Hugs, Khylah Two Leggins and Hannah Mark placed first and set a new school record.

In JV boys’ action, Emilio Curley took second in the high jump and the two-mile relay team placed second. Running the relay for the ‘Dogs was Emilio Curley, Clement Not Afraid, Kevin Shane and Aaron Shane.

JV athletes set 41 personal best records.

Thursday, the varsity team will travel to Colstrip for their invite and then on Saturday to Glendive.