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Dragons Compete At Farmington Invite

Ste. Genevieve trackster Kayden Huck (center) clears the final hurdle during the girls’ 100-meter hurdle at the Old Settlement Invitational track meet at Dragons Stadium in this April 1 file photo. (PHOTO BY MICHAEL BOYD JR./Herald staff)

By Michael Boyd Jr.

Ste. Genevieve brought homefour medals, and only one gold at the Farmington Invitational track and field meet Thursday at FHS.

Corey Simmons won gold and silver medals in the boys’ competition, in which the Dragons finished ninth overall with 44 points.

Hillsboro claimed the boys’ crown with 138 points. Windsor was second with 91 points, Farmington (87) third and Jackson (79) fourth.

Simmons won the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.54 seconds. He also claimed a silver medal in the 100m dash with a time of 11.69 seconds.

Levi Wiegand took home a bronze medal in the 800m run with his time of 2 minutes, 7.02 seconds.

Fifth-place finishers were Nathan St. Clair (3,200m run, 10:16.36) and Austin McBride (discus, 39 feet-99 inches).