Waterloo senior Greysan Moehrs took home first place medals in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles to lead an overwhelming performance as the Bulldogs breezed to the boys team title at the Monroe-Randolph Bi-County Track Meet on Wednesday at Waterloo High School.
One of the top Class 2A athletes in the state in the hurdles, Moehrs won the 110 meter high hurdles in a time of 15.9 seconds then capped his day by winning the 300 meter intermediate hurdles championship in 40.75 seconds for the Bulldogs, which also won all four relays in breezing to the easy win.
Waterloo finished with 255 points compared to 105 points for second place Sparta. The Sparta Bulldogs were led by senior three sport standout Will Monroe who won the shot put and discus titles.
Other Waterloo winners included sophomore Travis Thier in the long jump (20 feet 2 inches), senior Ian Howard in the triple jump (39 feet 9 inches), sophomore Adam Robson in the 3,200 meters (10 minutes 54 seconds), senior Blake Rusteberg in the 800 meters (2:08.5), junior Noah Hays in the 400 meters (51.2), junior Jake Schwartz in the 1,600 meters (4:34) and Antonio Bean in the 200 meters (23.99).
Chester (58 points), Red Bud (53) and Columbia (52 1/2) rounded out the top five teams. Ethan Snow led Columbia with a winning jump of 6 feet 4 inches in the high jump.
In the girls division
Strength in the relays and overall depth proved to be the difference for the Waterloo girls team which posted a convincing 69 point win over Chester to complete the Bulldogs sweep in the bi-county meet.
Waterloo received wins in the field events from Genna Bourgeois in the high jump (4 feet 10 inches) and Mikayla Duncan in the discus (108 feet 8 inches). Senior Jenna Bivens took the 200 meter title (28.09 seconds) for the Bulldogs who won three relays.
Red Bud senior Keri Burmester won the 1,600 meters in a time of 5 minutes 24.6 seconds and the the 3,200 meters in 12 minutes 8 seconds.
Waterloo finished with 201 points while Chester (132) was a distant second. Sparta (105 points) and Red Bud (39) rounded out the top four teams.