BCS Girls Take Home 4th Place Trophy at State Track
The Bellevue Christian Girls Track and Field Team brought home the 4th place trophy after a great year. The Vikings were led by Senior Bree Oldham who won her 3rd consecutive state championship in the 300 hurdles, as well as placed 4th in the 100 High Hurldles, second place on the 4X200 relay team, and ran the anchor leg of the State Championship 4X400 relay team. Members of the 4X200 relay team that finished 2nd along with Oldham were Meredith Lampe, Ali Vitalone, and Carly McClintock. Members of the State Champion 4x400 relay team and 1A state record holders were Oldham, Lampe, Paige Knight, and Noelle Crosby.
Senior Meredith Lampe capped off a great career on the track by finishing 6th place in the 100 and 5th place in the 200 along with being a part of the two relay teams. Sophomore Paige Knight finished in 3rd place in the 300 hurdles.
On the boys side, the Vikings were led by Senior Austin Razor who placed 5th place in the 300 hurdles and was the anchor leg on the 6th place 4X400 relay team. The 4X400 relay team was comprised of Razor, Tate Razor, Lucas Baker, and Kyle Smit. Kyle Smit also placed 6th in the 800 run.