spring sports finish
By Erin Lenz
Boys state track finished overall in sixth place at state. Josh Banderas was the only one to earn a first place medal; he earned it in the 110 hurdles event. Banderas also won a second place medal in the 300 hurdles. Other medalists were Brandon Reilly, Quentin Lazaro, Ramone Irving and Logan Mullin with a third place in the 400 relay. Irving also received fifth place in the 100.
By: Rachael Holsteen
State track ended on May 19. The girls track team ended up getting 5th place and earned 13 state medals including two gold medals. Mary Hillis was the All-class state champion in both the 1600 and 3200 meter run. Karlye Cygan got third in the pole vault, Stephane Ahrens got fifth in high jump, Hillis also got second in the 800 run, Tania Carroll got sixth in the 100m hurdles, Kylie Gokie got fourth in the 100m dash and second in the 400m run and also third in the 200m run. The girls ended up doing a really good job at state.
By Michael Ausdemore
At the Class A tournament at the Koch Family Tennis Center last Friday No. 2 doubles Juniors Sarah Hove and Lauren Works walked away with a state crown. Hove was the No. 8 player on the Silver Hawks ladder to start the season. Works had never played competitive tennis before this spring.
LSW’s No. 1 doubles team of seniors Anna Bogdanov and Saki Aota fell in the semifinals to second-seeded and champions Harwood and Kinnerk of Westside.
Overall, Southwest finished fourth in the team standings.
By Tyler Comfort
Lincoln Southwest boys golf team placed second at state golf. Spencer Lindahl and Seth Barkley led Southwest in those categories. Lindahl and Barkely tied 13th and Sam Gemar and Clayton Malone tied for 15th in the state. Creighton Prep won the tournament.