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Hickman track and field competes in inaugural Spartan Invitational, Victoria Reaves Invitational

Saturday, May 3, 2014 | 9:28 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Hickman's Vince Spears took first in the 400-meter run at the inaugural Spartan Invitational at Battle High School.

No other Kewpies won an event, but they finished third in eight separate events at the invitational.

Andrew Pieper placed third in the 110-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles. 

Jacob Line placed third in the 3,200 meters and Collin Hollrah took third in long jump.

Hickman's 4x200-meter relay team of Anthony O'Dell, Sam Smith, Eddie Barrett and Spears finished third, and its 4x400 team of Paul Rose, Brian Williams, Aidin Rolley and Spears did, as well.

MacLaine Thelen placed third in the 800-meter relay for the girls squad.

Most of the girls team, though, attended the Victoria Reaves Invitational at Parkway South High School. There, Tameka Stennis took third in the pentathlon.

Melissa Lowary placed second in the pole vault and Mikayla Logan placed second in the long jump.

Hickman's boys and girls teams will wrap up their regular seasons Friday in Jefferson City.

The meet is a dual with the Jefferson City Jays, a team that has attended all 10 meets the Kewpies have competed in since March 29.


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