“Harden threw phenomenally,” Smith said.
“After Tuesday (at North Scott), I wanted to throw better,” Harden said of the shot put. “I want to throw it however far I can throw it; I’m shooting for 55 maybe.”
Chamberlain placed third in the 400 hurdles and fifth in the 110 hurdles. Clinton also took third in the 800 relay — with freshmen Collins and Quavon Jones running the first and last legs, respectively — fifth in the shuttle hurdle relay and sixth in the distance medley and 400 relays, the latter two earning one point each.
Kyle Marti of Central DeWitt won the 3,200 in 10:08.48, edging Burlington’s Steve Kruse by two-hundredths of a second. The Sabers’ Jake Kagemann won the 400 hurdles in 56.34.
Central DeWitt took third in the 400 relay (45.77) and fourth in the distance medley relay (3:44.76).