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The New Hampton Chickasaw girls and boys track teams were in Charles City yesterday competing in the Northeast Iowa Conference meet.  The New Hampton girls finished in third place as a team with 104 points.  Decorah won the meet with 205 team points.  The Chickasaws had one conference champion which was Claire Quirk in the 400 meter hurdles.  New Hampton’s girls had several second place event finishes which included Savannah Anderson in the high jump, Rachel Rinken in the long jump, the team of Britney White, Bailey Knowlton, Hope McDonald and Quirk in the Sprint Medley, Olivia Burke in the 3000 meter run and the team of Natalie Hoey, Quirk, Rinken and Maddi Moorman in the Distance Medley.  On the boys side, New Hampton took second place as a team with 144 points as Decorah’s boys won the meet with 182 team points.  The Chickasaws had some conference champion events with Noah Fenske winning the discus, the team of Brayden Fisher, Shane Burke, Josh Fenske and Keagan John in the Sprint Medley, the team of Keegan Kane, Evan Gossling, Burke and Josh Fenske in the 4×200 meter relay and Keagan John in the 400 meter dash and 800 meter run.  The second place finishes for New Hampton were Noah Fenske in the shot put, the team of Burke, Gossling, Alex Schumacher and John in the 4×400 meter relay, Nolan Usher in the 1600 meter run, and Brayden Fisher in the 400 meter hurdles.  The New Hampton girls and boys track teams will now shift their focus to the State Qualifying Meet which will be held on Thursday.

The New Hampton Chickasaw girls golf team was in Cresco yesterday for their Northeast Iowa Conference Meet.  The New Hampton girls were crowned NEIC champions as they finished with 358 team strokes which was 42 strokes better than second place Waverly-Shell Rock.  Allison Nuss earned Meet Medalist and All-Conference honors as she finished with a 77.  Morgan Nuss was second overall with an 86 which also gave her an All-Conference nod.  Emma Ewert shot an 88 which was good enough for fourth overall and All-Conference as well.  Regan Gebel rounded out the scoring for the Chickasaws with a 107.  The Chickasaw girls golfers will play in an exhibition today in Dike before returning to competition on Friday in Forest City.

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