The Whippet Track and Field Teams were at the Fort Invite on Friday night. On a relatively cold and wet night, the teams competed hard and had some nice performances. The highlight of the evening was once again Logan Rasmussen. Logan won all three events he was in, taking the triple jump, 400m dash, and anchoring a come from behind victory for the 4x400m relay. His fellow relay members, Matt and Mike Mattingly and Juan Cuellar, ran great legs to put them in position for Logan to finish things off. The girls had a number of good performances as well, winning 4 events. Allisan Barrett ran a steady race in the 3200m, in typical Ali fashion. She started out letting the field go out strong, but quickly settled into her pace. She gradually picked off every runner and ended up leading the second half of the race. The field events were strong for the ladies as well. The trio of Ali Ketterhagen, Miranda Reynolds, and Brianna Tillett each won a jumping event, taking the triple, high, and long jumps respectively. Ali continues to improve as the season progresses, with a season best for the 3rd meet in a row, going 33 feet. Miranda won the high jump with an excellent jump at 5'2", but wasn't able to quite repeat it at 5'4". Brianna was the only girl to jump over 15', going 15'5". Other highlights included and great boys’ 4x800m relay from Jacob Korf, Mike and Matt Mattingly, and Connor Laue, Hailey Prager with a lifetime best in the 800m, Sophie Elworthy with another PR in the shot, and Cassidy Laue making finals in the 200m. Morgan Weidenhoeft had a great meet, taking second in the 100m dash, just .02 seconds out of first, and running well on both the 4x1 and 4x2 relays. The North Divisional meet is next on Tuesday at Jefferson.