Meet Preview: Holt Pow Wow

Meet Preview: Holt Pow Wow

Wentzville puts the wow in Pow Wow. Wentzville Holt's Invitational has been for years one of the most underrated matches in the regular season. The meet features a massive number of teams and elite competition from St. Charles County, Mid-Missouri, Illinois track powerhouse East St. Louis, and even the East St. Louis Suburb of Cahokia. The diversity within this meet makes for interesting team competitions and individual matchups. Many future state champions from both Missouri and Illinois can be seen in person before they make history later in the spring. The meet is a varsity only meet but allows for three entries per individual events. Perfect for the coach who is looking to give their kids a chance to compete so early in the year before lineups get set. I imagine there will be many eyes across the state checking the live results throughout the day Saturday.

Format for the Holt Pow Wow Invitational

The meet will be run with a traditional Missouri schedule. However, three competitors, we are allowed over the traditional two individuals. Holt's track is six lanes which could slow things down but also allow for additional recovery time helping those athletes and coaches who want to load up on events to maximize points.

Running Events will start at 10:30 am

Field Events will start at 10:00 am

Men's Shot/ Women's Immediately following

Women's Discus/Men's Immediately following

Women's Javelin/Men's

Javelin will immediately follow Shot & Discus

Women's PV/ Men's Immediately following

Women's LJ

Men's HJ/ Women's Immediately following

11:30 Men's LJ

1:00 Women's TJ

2:30 Men's TJ


Teams Participating

Cahokia, CBC, Clayton, Hazelwood Central, Hazelwood West, Holt, Ladue, Liberty Wentzville, Lift for Life Lindbergh, McCluer North, Nerinx Hall, Northwest Cedar Hill, Rockbridge,  St. Charles, Troy, and Warrenton.


Seeded Athlete Highlights

Individually this meet will feature a few gems like freshman 100HH stud Michelle Owens, preseason all-state Alex Rosenberger in the 100 dash, Cahokia MVP Mariya Hudson, and the first family in pole vault the Banker sisters from Columbia Rock Bridge. On the boy's side is speedster Cameron Brown of CBC and the human howitzer cannon Edward Becton of Hazelwood Central


100HH Girls

1. LaQwasia Stepney Sophomore 14.56 Cahokia

2. Michelle Owens Freshman 14.73 McCluer North


100 Dash Girls

1. Mariya Hudson Senior 12.23 Cahokia

2. Alex Rosenberger Junior 12.50 Lindbergh

100 Dash Boys

1. Cameron Brown Junior 10.96 C.B.C       

        

1600 Run Girls

1. Emily Griesenauer Junior 5:23.31 Holt

2. Lila Bensky Sophomore 5:25.00 Ladue

1600 Run Boys

1. Elias Gaffney Senior 4:33.00 Rock Bridge

2. Alexander Cobin Junior 4:33.21 Ladue


400 Dash Girls

1. Mariya Hudson Senior 58.01 Cahokia

400 Dash Boys

1. Jacob Tompkins Senior 50.27 Holt


800 Girls

1. Lila Bensky Sophomore 2:25.00 Ladue

2. Abigail Juedemann Sophomore 2:25.24 Lindbergh

3. Aly Vancardo Senior 2:26.24 Lindbergh

800 Run Boys

1. Bryaun Manuel Junior 1:59.00 East St. Louis


200 Dash Boys

1. Cameron Brown Junior 22.66 C.B.C.

2. Antonio Lay Sophomore 22.74 C.B.C.

3. Devin Jamison Senior 22.91 H.W.W.

4. Dale Chesson Sophomore 22.92 Ladue

5. Kemeric Winston Sophomore 22.98 H.W.C.


High Jump Girls

1. Tamadja Rodgers Junior 5'04.25 Cahokia

High Jump Boys

1. Edgar Jones Junior 6'04.00 East St. Louis


Girls Pole Vault

 1. Jordan Banker Senior 11'00.00 Rock Bridge

 2. Morgan Banker Junior 10'00.00 Rock Bridge

Boys Pole Vault

1. Eli Darrough Sophomore 13'06.00 Rock Bridge

2. Zach Doster Senior 13'00.00 Rock Bridge


Long Jump Girls

1. Mariya Hudson Senior 18'10.00 Cahokia

2. LaQwasia Stepney Sophomore 18'02.50 Cahokia

Long Jump Boys

1. Brent Bledsoe Senior  21'08.00 C.B.C.

2. Malcolm Bell Senior 21'00.00 East St. Louis


Triple Jump Girls

1. LaQwasia Stepney Sophomore 36'10.50 Cahokia

2. Tamadja Rodgers Junior 35'05.25 Cahokia


Shot Put Boys

1. Edward Becton Senior Varsity 56'00.00 H.W.C.
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