PHOTOS: FHSU Track and Field competes at home meet


FHSU Track and Field competed at their home meet last week. Check out photos from the competition before this weekend’s MIAA Championships in Jefferson City, Missouri.

Regan Hodsden leads early in the 1,500m run. She took the facility record in the race with a time of 4:40.64.
Freshman Elizabeth Fender trailed Hodsden and finished the event at a mark of 5:02.69.
FHSU Track alumni and current manager Sebastian Garcia cheers the Fort Hays men on during the 1,500m race.
Leaping over a hurdle, Anndee Davidson makes her first home debut as a Tiger.
Chloe Stanley takes on a hurdle in the 100m hurdles.
In the 400m dash, Ellie Dusselier, comes flying around the curve.
Kinley Brown bursts out of the blocks to get a good start in the 400m race. She finished with a time of 59.14 to take fourth in the event.
Patrisha Doll prepares to launch the javelin to a mark of 120-5, good for fourth place.
Coming out of the blocks for the tight 100m race is Tori Poe. She ran a personal best of 12.09 placing second in the event.
Philip Landrum gets set for his 100m dash, where he ran a 10.46, giving him a national qualifying mark.
Rhyann Brown also hit a national qualifying mark in the javelin with a throw of 142-6.
Inverting during the pole vault is Kurtis McCormick. He jumped 13-11.75.
In the 800m run, Javyn Contreras takes a breath on the backstretch.
Kaden Wren curves in after the first curve in his 800m run. He finished with a time of 1:55.95.
Taylor Savolt leaps over her second hurdle in the 400m hurdles. She finishes with a time of 1:00.61, a national qualifying time.
Ethan Salmans takes on the 400m hurdles, finishing with a time of 57.33.
After jumping over 10 hurdles, Nolan Churchman crosses the finish line with a mark of 53.93 to place first.
Ryan Stanley clears his first bar attempt with height to spare.
He finished the day with a first-place vault of 16-5.25, a qualifying mark for nationals.