The Maple Leafs’ track team outdistanced Galesburg in a dual match at Bob Reade Field on April 10.

The Maple Leafs’ track team outdistanced Galesburg in a dual match at Bob Reade Field on April 10.

Geneseo dominated the dual winning 12-of-18 events for an 87-58 victory in the team standings.

The Maple Leafs’ Reed Vanderheyden and Colton Pischke finished one-two in the hurdles, and Vanderheyden ran the fastest outdoor time in the state so far this season according to athletic.net.

In the 300-meter hurdles, Vanderheyden ran a blistering time of 39.51, and Pischke finished in 43.22.

Vanderheyden won the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.49, and Pischke was runner-up in 15.96.

GHS’ Nick Swartzendruber finished the 800 with the second-fastest outdoor time in the state this season winning the event in 1:58.06.

Geneseo’s Jordan Seeley won the 100 dash in 12.15, and Mason Jones finished runner-up in 12.45.

Kaden Rink won the 400 dash in 54.94, and Blake Duncan raced to a victory in the 1600 in 4:44.32.

Nathan Lambert tied for the title in the high jump clearing 5’8”.

Raymond Venneberg won the pole vault title clearing 12’, and Cameron Darin was runner-up clearing 11’.

Seeley was second in the long jump finishing with a distance of 19’2”, and Billy Blaser finished runner-up in the shot put with a throw of 41’11”.

Alex McAvoy finished runner-up in the discus with a throw of 125’.

Geneseo’s 4x400-relay team of Swartzendruber, Rink, Jones and Nathan Carroll won the event in 3:37.48.

The Maple Leafs’ 4x200-relay team of Carroll, Will McKelvain, Max Bealer and Lambert won the title in 3:37.48.

In the 4x100 relay, GHS’ Pischke, Vanderheyden, Jones and Swartzendruber earned the win in 44.66.

Geneseo’s 4x800 relay team of Duncan, Neo Colter, Spencer Lindstrom and Rink nabbed the victory in 8:34.07.