Bowling Green High School alumna KateLynn Charlton made history during this weekend’s Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Track and Field Championships by becoming the first Lady ‘Cat to win a state medal in the Javelin competition.
In this year’s event, Charlton finished in seventh-place after throwing the javelin a distance of 116-feet. This distance broke Charlton’s own school record, which was 114-feet, 3-inches.
Bowling Green High School High Jumper Austin Orf was the lone Bobcat to qualify for the state track and field championships. In his event, Orf finished in seventh-place after clearing a jump of 6-feet, 3-inches.
On a blistering hot day in Jefferson City — it was 88 degrees in the shade — the Bowling Green Lady ‘Cats took fourth-place in the 4×800-meter relay event at the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Class AAA Track and Field Championships. Pictured above are the relay team members with their medals: Sylvia Wagner, Kate Klott, Hannah Kroencke, and Quinn Grote.
Bowling Green High School freshman Grace Dameron made her state track and field championships debut in impressive form as she finished in 12th-place in the Shot Put competition.
Bowling Green High School runner Kate Klott, pictured second from left, runs in the 1,600-meter run at the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s Class AAA State Track and Field Championships.