Ron Priebe Invite
Ron Priebe attending the track and field invitational named after him at Gibbon High School on Thursday afternoon.
He saw some great performances by area athletes.
In the boys 110 meter high hurdles, Broken Bow's Andrew Miller dominated the field, getting through the finish in 15.95 seconds.
The girls 100 meter hurdles seeing Wood River's Emily Loy looking like she could not be touched, 16.36 for the gold medal.
Loy was running in the 100 Meter dash alongside her teammate, Jocelyn Rauert. It was down to the Eagle duo, and Rauert is a touch quicker, 13.10 for the win over Loy.
Lining up for the boys 3200 meter relay, St. Paul leading the entire way. After 32 corners, the Wildcats get to the wire in 8:50.69.
For the girls, it was a similar story by Gibbon. The Buffalo four were ahead by approximately 12 seconds at the first hand off. Three teams were yet to make their final exchange when Gibbon was rounding out the final lap.
The Buffaloes finished their winning run in 10:36.34.