Stewartville boys third, Byron girls fifth at state True Team track meet

Stewartville got a terrific showing from discus and shot-put thrower Torasbjorn Lunaas at the Class AA state True Team track-and-field meet.

Track and Field Scores Results graphic

STILLWATER — Stewartville got more great production from its field-events athletes and pushed to a third-place finish in the boys Class AA True Team Track and Field meet.

Mankato East won the meet with a 531 score. St. Thomas Academy was next (528), followed by Stewartville with 471.

Pine Island was seventh (387.5) and Byron 12th (320).

Stewartville senior Torasbjorn Lunaas won both the shot put (52-feet-5 1/2) and the discus (173-10). The second-place discus distance was 152-1 as Lunaas stormed to that title.

Stewartville got a second and third-place finish in the high jump. Carter Anderson was second (6-2) and Dylan Hoot third (6-2). Winning that event was Byron’s Ryan Stites (6-4).


Pine Island’s Braxton Osterhaus had a strong meet, landing second in the 400 (51.97) and the 800 (2:00.59). Pine Island’s Sam Knox won the pole vault, going 13-3. The Panthers’ Michael Goodman was third in the triple jump (41-2).

Byron girls land fifth, Winona ninth

In the girls Class AA True Team meet, Byron finished fifth overall with 426.5 points. Winona was ninth with 361.5.

Rocori won the meet with 589.5 points.

It was another great meet for Byron junior Paige Halder. She was first in the high jump (5-2), second in the 400 (58.76) and third in the 100 (12.62).

Winona’s Adriana Brenengen had a big showing. The sophomore was second in the 200 (25.90), third in the 400 (58.79) and fourth in the 100 (12.55).

Winona’s Shay Berlin-Burns was first in the discus (131-8) and third in the shot put (36-5 3/4).

Complete boys results:

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