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State Meet Abridged Individual Results
We apologize for any missing information. We hope to make these results as complete as possible in the near future.
2018 Boys 7A
Event Place Name Mark School Comment
100 Meter Dash 1 Kaiden Droste 11.83 Stronghurst West Central  
  2 Konnor Waterhouse 12.22 Cerro Gordo  
  3 Chris Brown 12.25 Danville Schlarman  
  4 Leighton Meeker 12.32 Bismarck-Henning  
  5 Max Sager 12.49 Effingham St. Anthony  
  6 Willie Gilmore 12.56 Carrollton GS  
  7 Ethan McLain 12.57 Sidell Salt Fork  
  8 Isaiah Semlow 12.73 Bloomington Cornerstone  
200 Meter Dash 1 Kaiden Droste 24.54 Stronghurst West Central  
  2 Leighton Meeker 25.44 Bismarck-Henning  
  3 Max Sager 25.64 Effingham St. Anthony  
  4 Konnor Waterhouse 25.74 Cerro Gordo  
  5 Willie Gilmore 26.14 Carrollton GS  
  6 Bodee Redieske 26.24 South Beloit  
  7 Ethan McLain 26.54 Sidell Salt Fork  
  8 Mitch Coughlon 26.64 Washington St. Patrick  
400 Meter Dash 1 Kaiden Droste 54.69 Stronghurst West Central  
  2 Kenny Robbins 57.48 Cowden-Herrick  
  3 Cale Hoffman 57.83 Colfax Ridgeview  
  4 Grant Tode 57.93 Springfield Christian  
  5 Will Bateman 58.51 Virginia  
  6 Logan Peel 58.64 Carthage  
  7 Tevon Longest 58.89 Milford  
  8 Rand Palmer 59.14 Dallas City  
800 Meter Run 1 Jack Rhyner 2:14.89 Chicago St. Benedict  
  2 Matthew Desantis 2:15.50 Chicago St. Benedict  
  3 Logan Peel 2:15.58 Carthage  
  4 Jordan Wittenberg 2:17.92 Stewardson-Strasburg  
  5 Andrew Jordan 2:18.16 Palatine St. Thomas  
  6 Martin Velchek 2:20.62 Decatur Our Lady of Lourdes  
  7 Connor Melton 2:21.23 Bartonville Monroe  
  8 Thad Bergschneider 2:21.77 Waverly  
1600 Meter Run 1 Logan Peel 5:03.18 Carthage  
  2 Andrew Jordan 5:04.04 Palatine St. Thomas  
  3 Jack Rhyner 5:07.32 Chicago St. Benedict  
  4 Daniel Winkelman 5:07.49 Elgin Harvest Christian  
  5 William Archer 5:09.47 Chicago St. Benedict  
  6 Drew Franke 5:09.75 Buffalo Grove St. Mary  
  7 Thad Bergschneider 5:10.72 Waverly  
  8 Connor Melton 5:11.11 Bartonville Monroe  
110 Meter Hurdles 1 Sam Emerson 17.03 Peoria St. Philomena  
  2 Grant Tode 17.04 Springfield Christian  
  3 Brett Aimone 17.11 Utica Waltham North  
  4 Sean Storer 17.22 Kankakee Bishop McNamara  
  5 Carter Dolbeare 17.37 Pleasant Hill  
  6 Jacob Depratt 17.43 Sidell Salt Fork  
  7 Chris Brown 17.90 Danville Schlarman  
  8 Kj Davis 18.67 Oblong  
4x100 Meter Relay 1 51.01 Bismarck-Henning  
  2 51.03 New Berlin JHS  
  3 53.01 Mt. Olive  
  4 53.11 Gibson City GCMS  
  5 53.13 Sidell Salt Fork  
  6 53.38 Nauvoo-Colusa  
  7 53.90 Arcola  
  8 53.95 Monmouth United  
4x200 Meter Relay 1 1:49.63 Teutopolis  
  2 1:51.85 Champaign St. Matthew  
  3 1:51.88 Colfax Ridgeview  
  4 1:51.89 Altamont  
  5 1:52.44 Stewardson-Strasburg  
  6 1:52.76 McNabb Putnam County  
  7 1:53.22 Milford  
  8 1:53.42 Rock Falls St. Andrew  
4x400 Meter Relay 1 4:03.54 Decatur Our Lady of Lourdes  
  2 4:06.39 Chicago St. Benedict  
  3 4:08.30 Teutopolis  
  4 4:09.34 Bismarck-Henning  
  5 4:12.30 Milford  
  6 4:12.35 Colfax Ridgeview  
  7 4:12.57 Monmouth United  
  8 4:14.12 Assumption Central A & M  
High Jump 1 Dalton Yocum 5-05 Bushnell-Prairie City  
  2 Owen Freeman 5-01 Elwood GS  
  3 Mitch Coughlon 5-01 Washington St. Patrick  
  4 Sean Storer 5-01 Kankakee Bishop McNamara  
  5 Aidan Fulton 5-01 Mossville  
  5 Blayne Clary 5-01 Lewistown JHS  
  7 Christion Harper 4-11 Decatur Robertson  
  8 Brett Meidel 4-11 Bismarck-Henning  
  8 Carter Dolbeare 4-11 Pleasant Hill  
  8 Landon Williams 4-11 New Berlin JHS  
  8 Payton Crain 4-11 Monmouth United  
Pole Vault 1 Parker Holldorf 9-07 Erie  
  2 Logan Roepke 9-06 Teutopolis  
  3 Max Sager 9-06 Effingham St. Anthony  
  4 Jarrett Thompson 8-09 Cowden-Herrick  
  5 Ivan Wernsing 8-03 Teutopolis  
  6 Ian Whitaker 8-03 Bloomington St. Mary's  
  7 Caden Lavine 7-09 Erie  
  8 Jaiden Quinn 7-09 Paris Crestwood  
  8 Mason Robinson 7-09 Altamont  
Long Jump 1 Kaiden Droste 19-09.5 Stronghurst West Central Broke Class Record
  2 Jesse Simpson 18-09 Streator Woodland  
  3 Mitch Coughlon 18-09 Washington St. Patrick  
  4 Aidan Fulton 18-08 Mossville  
  5 Grant Wilson 17-08.5 Arcola  
  6 Ethan Kizer 17-05.5 Peoria Hollis  
  7 Martin Mondala 17-03.5 Champaign St. Matthew  
  8 Tanner Fisher 16-11.25 Gardner  
Shot Put 1 Willie Gilmore 41-02.25 Carrollton GS  
  2 Connor Lorden 40-02.25 Oglesby Washington  
  3 Dalton Kerr 39-10.5 Lewistown JHS  
  4 Cade McClellan 37-11.5 Normal Metcalf  
  5 Tanner Sprecher 36-00 South Pekin  
  6 James Garrett Williams 35-09.75 Walnut Bureau Valley North  
  7 Zachary Entwistle 35-09.5 Mason City Illini Central  
  8 Malakai Correa 35-07.25 Cuba  
Discus Throw 1 Garrett Taylor 126-04 Sidell Salt Fork  
  2 Grant Burch 121-06 Bunker Hill Wolf Ridge  
  3 Chris Brown 117-09 Danville Schlarman  
  4 Isaac Elliott 115-05 Springfield Christian  
  5 Willie Gilmore 113-09 Carrollton GS  
  6 Eric Kollmann 113-00 Altamont  
  7 Cory Larkin 111-06 Mansfield Blue Ridge IJHS  
  8 Nick Mardis 101-11 Bloomington Corpus Christi  

Class History

The first IESA state track meet for boys was held in Wenona in 1932 with 28 schools attending. A 24" trophy for the winning team was donated by the merchants of Wenona.

From 1932 to 1984 there were two classes of boys' track, Class A (Heavyweights) and Class B (Lightweights). Class B was based on age, weight, and height from 1932 to 1968. In 1969, the weight factor was dropped and competition was based on age and height factors. Class B was discontinued in 1985, changed to grade level play (7 and 8) and school size, our present classes.

The girls' track program, initiated in 1972 at the regional level, moved to state finals in 1974 in two divisions: Class A for grades five through eight and Class B for grades five and six only. These two classes were continued through the 1979 season. From 1980 through 1984, the Girls classes were changed to correspond with those of the boys based on age and height factors. Class B girls were measured during those years for height the same as the boys. Beginning in 1985, those classes were dropped and reorganized into the present classes by school size and grade level (7 and 8).

How Class Split is Determined



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