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MENOMONIE — The McDonell boys and girls field athletes had a strong day on Thursday, as Noah Weimert, Isaac Bohaty and Annabelle Abbe all secured first place finishes at the Menomonie Snowy April Indoor track meet.

Weimert took first place in the shot put, throwing an event-best 32 feet, 9 inches. Bohaty won the high jump with a leap of six feet, and Abbe won the girls pole vault at a height of 7 feet, 6 inches.

Joey Huffcutt placed second in the boys triple jump with a distance of 39-4.5. Rachel Smiskey took second place in the girls shot put with a 29 foot, 5.5 inch throw.

Ann David was the lone Mack to win a running event. She took first place in the 50-meter hurdles for the girls. She had an event-best time of nine seconds.

The boys took third place as a team out of four schools competing. The girls took fourth. Glenwood City won both the boys and girls meets.

Girls Soccer

Chi-Hi 3, Superior 1

SUPERIOR — The Chi-Hi girls soccer team beat Superior 3-1 on Thursday afternoon to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Kaira Smiskey scored two goals for the Cardinals, and Hazel Behling added one of her own. Isabelle Spooner assisted on both of Smiskey's goal while Andrea Cihasky assisted on Behling's goal.

Bayleigh Crawford made eight saves in net in the victory.

Chi-Hi is scheduled to host Stevens Point on Friday night at Dorais Field.

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