Froslee moves on to state track meet
By Chad Koenen
Ally Hart will bring her Henning and Otter Tail Central athletic career to a close this week at the state track and field meet at St. Michael-Albertville. This will be the fifth state tournament for Hart, who is the daughter of Scott and Deb Hart, as she was a member of the 2019 state volleyball team, the 2020 state basketball team and qualified for state three times in track.
Last week she qualified for the state track meet after finishing in third place in the high jump with a jump of 5’2”. She met the state qualifying standards and will end her high school athletic career this week in the Twin Cities.
Hart also placed fifth in the 100-meter hurdles in the section meet.
In addition to Hart, freshman Norah Froslee qualified for state in the 1600-meter run after taking second place with a personal best and new school record time of 5:18.9. Froslee also took eighth place in the 3200-meter run with a time of 12:54.5, but did not qualify for state in that event.
Froslee is the daughter of Mick and Elizabeth Froslee.
In addition to Hart and Froslee, Mason Dalluge qualified for state in the long jump after he finished in second place at sections with a jump of 20’11”.
Kinley Bormann took second place in the long jump and qualified for state in that event with a jump of 16’ 8 1/4”.
Becca Frederick just missed out in a chance to join her teammates at state as the senior placed third in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.65. She also placed 16th in the long jump. Meanwhile, Myiesha Antoni placed sixth in the high jump and just missed the state qualifying standards as she finished her freshman season with a jump of 5’0”.
State track will be held from Thursday through Saturday at St. Michael-Albertville High School.