The Newburg High School track team had one all-state finish during action at the Missouri Class 1 Track and Field Championships, held Friday and Saturday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.


Junior Dustin Colegate earned all-state honors for the Wolves by placing eighth in the boys’ 100-meter dash.


In Saturday’s 100-meter finals Colegate placed eighth with a time of :11.77.


Newburg also had athletes competing on Saturday in the girls’ shot put. Sophomore Clarissa Rosenburg, nursing a shoulder injury, placed 10th in the shot put with a put of 31-8 1/2 while teammate Alex Hoffman, a junior, finished 11th at 31-8.


The Newburg High School track team had one all-state finish during action at the Missouri Class 1 Track and Field Championships, held Friday and Saturday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.

Junior Dustin Colegate earned all-state honors for the Wolves by placing eighth in the boys’ 100-meter dash.

In Saturday’s 100-meter finals Colegate placed eighth with a time of :11.77.

Newburg also had athletes competing on Saturday in the girls’ shot put. Sophomore Clarissa Rosenburg, nursing a shoulder injury, placed 10th in the shot put with a put of 31-8 1/2 while teammate Alex Hoffman, a junior, finished 11th at 31-8.

For Newburg on Friday:

Rosenburg had to withdraw from the girls’ discus due to her shoulder injury.

Junior Brandon Sutton fell in the preliminaries of the boys’ 110-meter hurdles and did not finish the race.

Cory Kost placed ninth in the preliminaries of the boys’ 300-meter hurdles with a time of :43.93.

Josh Smith was ninth in the boys’ pole vault at 11-0.

Mary Porter placed 15th in the girls’ 1,600-meter run at 6:30.20 and 16th in the girls’ 800-meter run at 2:50.74.

In the boys’ 100-meter dash preliminaries Colegate was fifth in his heat with a time of :11.74.

In the boys’ 4x100-meter relay Newburg failed to finish, being disqualified for a baton exchange out of the exchange zone.