Cardinals, Tigerhawks light up Dickinson Relays
CEDAR FALLS — Now that schools are beginning to dive deeper and deeper into their track seasons, the athletes are starting to feel more comfortable in their events.
With a lack of early season practices due to a combination of extreme weather conditions and a lack of sufficient indoor facilities, it has taken a few meets for some of the runners, jumpers and throwers to find their form from last season. Senior Derrick Hurt’s early season comes to mind as one that has not disappointed, but not quite reached the lofty expectations laid at the feet of Newton’s three-sport star. That is, until Tuesday.
At the prestigious Dickinson Relays held at the University of Northern Iowa, Hurt had his two best throws of the season. Both of his mammoth hurls landed more than 52 feet from the circle, and they were more than enough for Hurt to secure the top spot on the podium.
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