Wildcats score bronze at Frontier League track meet
The Wildcats showed great determination and athleticism at last Thursday’s track meet in Paola,
the Wildcats took home the bronze, showing that they are continuing to be a steady contender in the Frontier League.
“The competition was very good and that is what we need,” Gary Griffin track coach said to Herald reporter Andy Brown.
The track meet showed the athletes true talents.
Louisburg toughest competition came from Lamar High School with 109 total points and Lansing High schools placed second with 93.
Louisburg scoring a total of 89 points, Garret Griffin senior, being a main contributor to the Wildcats third place win. He placed second in the 100M hurdles, fourth in the discus, and first in the javelin.
Senior Nate Goodwin had a phenomenal day for the Wildcats as well, and by giving the Cats a good chunk of points in the 4×800-meter relay, along with Robert Maertens and Jason Danciak, Junior, and senior Jordan Caudill. Each of them played a huge role in the Wildcats placing last Thursday.
The Wildcats will compete at Anderson Country Thursday, April 12.