Lutheran St. Charles Uses Relays to Capture First Title; Missouri Girls Track; Cougars Send Retiring Coach out with Class 2 Crown; Several Local Individuals Shine

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Lutheran St. Charles Uses Relays to Capture First Title; Missouri Girls Track; Cougars Send Retiring Coach out with Class 2 Crown; Several Local Individuals Shine


Elder, Mike, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


JEFFERSON CITY * The Lutheran St. Charles girls track and field team sent coach Bob Carter out in style on Saturday.

The Cougars scored 64 points to take first as a team at the Missouri Class 2 championships at Lincoln University. The title is the school's first and the first for Carter, who is retiring as a teacher and coach after 43 years.

The Cougars wouldn't have been able to top second-place Herculaneum, which scored 47 points, without a terrific effort in the relays in the meet. Lutheran won the 800-relay in 1 minute, 46.96 seconds, the 1,600-relay (4:06.91) and the 3,200-relay (9:41.73) and was fourth in the 400-relay (51.28).

"We don't have a real good runner who can get first or second for us in a few events," Carter said. "But we've got four girls on the relays that made the relays just perfect."

Carley Von Deylen was one of those girls. The junior was on three of the relays. This past March, she helped the Cougars girls basketball team win its first state title as well.

Courtney Rogers also gave the Cougars a huge lift when she upset Herculaneum's Kaitlyn Fischer in the 1,600. …

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