Submitted photo: Iowa Central racked up 18 All-American people in 22 events at the NJCAA Indoor national track and field championships earlier this month.

Fresh off one more profitable indoor season, the Iowa Central track and field group is prepared to take their talents outdoors.

The outside portion of the split schedule for the Tritons starts this Saturday when they head to Emporia, Kan. for the ESU Spring Invitational.

At the current indoor national championships, Aries Scott captured the Hepthatlon title, Roman Kuleshov was the extended jump runner-up and placed third in the triple jump to lead the Tritons to a fourth location finish general.

On the women’s side, Chloe Garcia Grafing was a two-time third location finisher, with Adeyah Brewster also scoring a bronze as Iowa Central placed sixth.

“We had some remarkable person performances at the indoor national meet,” ICCC head coach Dee Brown mentioned. “We have wonderful momentum from regionals and nationals to help us in reaching our objectives outdoors.

“But we are normally striving for extra so that has left us with some objectives for this outside season and the motivate to attain these objectives.”

Former Manson Northwest Webster standouts Paige Condon and Lexi Wood had powerful showings at indoor nationals. Condon was ninth in the Penthatlon whilst Wood was ninth in the shot place.

Jonathan Astor, who competed at state for Fort Dodge Senior Higher, is also on the roster along with Webster City’s Kaiyu Levongkhom, Isaiah Nebbe of Clarion-Goldfield/Dows and Raylene Williams from Emmetsburg.

The schedule will see the Tritons return to Kansas along with trips to Minnesota and Missouri in March ahead of competing many instances subsequent month in preparation for the Area XI Championships on May perhaps five-7 in Council Bluffs.

The NJCAA Outside Championships are set for May perhaps 18-20 in Hobbs, N.M.

Brown will be assisted by Jonathan Alexis, Kelsey Stonehocker, Alexis Kauzlarich and Tre Lathan.





Tafari Bishop, Barbados Antonio Burton, Ohio Kamijah Carter, Wisconsin Choy Chotyiel, Nebraska Zander Cobb, Michigan Trae Corby, Illinois Ayenew Devany, Texas Samori Dobson, Michigan Sean Folarin, Texas Kumunele Gbaley, West Des Moines Brady Hogan, Waukon Yared Kidane, Sweden Roman Kuleshov, Russia Kaiyu Levongkhom, Webster City.

Jake Lewis, Minnesota Marco Lopez, Hull AJ Lozano, Missouri Marrieon Marks, Nebraska Terry McNeill, Jr., New Jersey Isaiah Nebbe, Clarion Joel Nyatsah, Colorado Will Sacary, Minnesota Aries Scott, Virgina Samson Shukuru, Illinois Michael Turner, Davenport Camron Ventura, Massachusetts Rocharn Wilson, Canada Rayvon Wright, Missouri.


Elijah Akines, Florida Jaidyn Anderson, Massachusetts Joseph Ashai Wright, Japan Jonathan Astor, Fort Dodge Baylor Bergren, Red Oak Jadon Boots, Minnesota Andrew Boyum, Minnesota Blake Brocker, Kansas Nowa Bugale, Iowa City Zion Campbell, Bahamas Milton Creque, Virgin Island Caleb Crystal, Adel Jed Elmbarki, Tunisia Christopher Greaves, Minnesota Jesse Gyamfi, Minnesota Alex Hastings, New York Deven Henry, Hawarden Housem Hrabi, Tunisia Jamarrian Jenkins, Illinois Ander Julian, New London.

Myki Kennedy, New Jersey Donald Lamp, Polk City Jordan Lopez, Illinois Willy Mabena, South Africa Tyler McCormac, des Moines Tymar McKever, Florida Hadi Meqbel, Jordan Lawren Mitchell, Pennsylvania Garrison Murray, Minnesota Ayomide Oyetunji, Nigeria Trevon Prince, Guyana Adreian Roper, Illinois Jakob Sobura-Durma, Poland Tim Soko, Wisconsin Gavin Stalzer, Iowa Falls Waukeem Walters, Jamaica D’Quan Williams, Guyana Darrell Woodson, Illinois John Young, Illinois.



Adeyah Brewster, Barbados Britney Brown, Jamaica Chloe Garcia Grafing, Minnesota Koto Imahori, Japan Jade Jackson, Massena Kenzie Kaperka, Davenport Taylor McCreedy, Atlantic Saria Oliver, Arizona Nyadhol Thichiot, Nebraska Alisha Thomas, Jamaica Zinash Valen, Minnesota Lexi Wood, Linn Grove.


Paige Condon, Manson Sara Diew, Nebraska Abigail Frey, Nebraska Arianna Paul, Minnesota Queanna Taylor, Guyana Raylene Williams, Emmetsburg.


March 18 — at ESU Spring Invitational 25 — at Shocker Spring Invitational 31 — at Minnesota State Open at Wash U Distance Carnival.

April 7-eight — at KT Woodman Invitational 13-15 — at Kansas Relays 22 — at Musco Twilight 27-29 — at Drake Relays.

May perhaps five-7 — at Area XI Championships 18-20 — at NJCAA Championships.

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