Waukon girls track team finishes fourth at own Indian Relays, sixth at MFL/MarMac

Waukon girls track senior Lyvia Bulman crosses the finish line to help her team win the 4x200 relay at the Indians’ own home Indian Relays Tuesday, April 28 as the race clock shows a time of 1:49.0, less than half a second off the school record in the event of 1:48.6 set back in 1985. Bulman anchored both that 4x200 relay and the sprint medley relay to victory in the final home meet of her stellar high school track career, joining forces with sophomore Regan Wasson and juniors Nicole Behrend and Madison Snitker in both relay triumphs in respective times of 1:49.05 and 1:55.16. She also anchored the Tribe’s 4x400 relay to second place in 4:20.63 and the 4x100 relay to third place in a clocking of 52.57 seconds in her final competition on the home track. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Waukon girls track team had one of its best weeks of weather for this 2015 track season, getting both of its scheduled meets in without fail, including its second home meet of the season. The Indians finished right in the middle of that seven-team field at their own Indian Relays Tuesday, April 28 before coming in sixth place at the MFL/MarMac Invitational Thursday, April 30.
The Indian track girls were scheduled to compete at Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, May 5 before participating in the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet Thursday, May 7 at Oelwein. The track Tribe will then prepare for its Class 3A State Qualifying Meet scheduled for Thursday, May 14 at Decorah.

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