Perry’s track team finished in fifth place at this season’s Carroll’s Coed relays hosted by the Tigers on April 10.


The Bluejays recorded 69 points to finish three points ahead of sixth place IKM-Manning.


A good number of Bluejays accounted for top scores and places for a total of seven second place, and two third place finishes.


Brandon Kenyon became a familiar face in the score sheet. He placed second in three events, the 400 hurdles, the 800-sprint-medley team and the 4x400 team.


In the hurdles he ran a time of 58.03. In the 800 he teamed up with Donald Chavez, Byron Melendrez and Zachary Thompson for a combined run of 1:40.78. Both Thompson and Kenyon along with Kato Dougan and Tyler Fessler ran a 3:40.26 on the 4x400.


Thompson also took third place in the 800 when he finished with a time of 2:13.49. It was just a little over second less than second place.


Individually, Fessler earned another second place achievement when he ran a time of 53.70 in the 400.


Teammate Kaleb Olejniczak recorded a second place finish in the 100 when he crossed the finish line at 11.79 in the 100-dash. He placed third in the 400 with a 54.35.


Overall, first place went to Webster City with 137 points, followed by Greene County’s 97, and Carroll in third with 90. In fourth was Woodward-Granger with 80 and Audubon’s 50 placed them seventh.


The team is back home this Thursday, April 12, for a home meet against a slew of competition.