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With a pair of newcomers and two sophomores among those making impressive showings, the Chadron State College track and field team got the season off to a fast start Saturday at the Yellow Jacket Holiday Open Meet hosted by Black Hills State.

Tiffany Thomas, a native of Jamaica who transferred to Chadron State last spring, broke the school record in the 400 meters in 58.03 seconds and Demarcus Simpson, a freshman from Lafayette, Ga., went 24 feet, 8 inches to tie the school record in the long jump.

Another CSC long jumper, sophomore Stachia Reuwsaat of Rapid City, hit 19 11 to get within an inch of the Eagles’ record that was set by Caryn Martin in 1993. Reuwsaat also shattered the 60 meter dash record Saturday, when she won the event in 7.63 seconds.

Monique Fair, the Denver native who graduated last spring, had held both of the women’s records that were broken. She ran the 60 in 7.71 seconds in 2011 and the 400 in 58.54 in 2012.

The men’s long jump record that Simpson matched was set in Arizona native Jourdin Holden in 2007.

Also exceling for the Eagles was sophomore Chris Cutcher, who won three events the 200 meters in 22.84, the 60 meter hurdles in 8.24 and the triple jump by going 43 2 .

CSC coach Brad Gamble said he was impressed by the Eagles’ opening performance.

“We have the potential to have another strong team if everyone continues to work hard and we can stay away from injuries,” Gamble said.

All told, the Chadron State women won eight events and the men won seven. Besides host Black Hills State, the competition included South Dakota Mines and Montana State Billings.

Along with Thomas’s record setter in the 400, two more CSC entries, Shelby Bozner and Nikki Glasson, ran the event well. Bozner was second in 58.73 and Nikka Glasson was third in 59.52. It was the first time three CSC women have run the 400 indoors in less than 60 seconds in one season.

Other winners for the CSC men were transfer Martin Moriel, who edged teammate Zerek Jones to capture the 400 meters in 50.31; junior Kyle McCarthy in the weight throw with a career best 54 5 ; and freshman Brayden Knapp, who cleared 13 9 in the pole vault.

Other first place finishers for the CSC women were sophomore Kelsy Wood in the 60 meter hurdles in 8.98; junior Mel Herl, who heaved the weight 59 4 ; freshman Katelyn Ellis, who cleared 5 3 in the high jump; and junior Josey Perlinger, who went 10 6 in the pole vault.

Another CSC vaulter, Angelique Urenda, also went 10 6, but had more misses than Pehringer and had to settle for second.

Wood also was the runner up to Reuwsaat in the long jump. Herl’s weight throw is a career best and is the third longest in school history behind only All Americans Jessica Horsley and Jacqueline Wells.

Transfer Tessa Gorsuch was just a half step behind Wood in the high hurdles. Gorsuch’s time of 9.01 is the fourth fastest in school history. Wood set the school record of 8.91 in the event last year.

Gorsuch also was third in the long jump.

Chadron State teams won both 1600 meter relay races. The women’s winning quartet was made up of Shelby Bozner, Rochelle Nelson, Wood and Thomas. The men’s first place team was comprised of Moriel, Zerek Jones, Jared Thomsen and Jazz Bozner.
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