Nebraska State Track and Field

Morgan Anderson was all smiles as she crossed the finish line with  state  title in the  Class B 100-meters final.

Morgan Anderson was all smiles as she crossed the finish line with state title in the Class B 100-meters final.

Burke High School in Omaha has been the site of the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships for 42 years, and I have attended around 40 of them as a worker, coach, or photographer.  I always look forward to the color and spectacle as well as the outstanding individual and team efforts.   As a long-time Benson High School teacher, I still root for the Bunnies, but my passion now is to capture the energy and emotion of the Blair, Fort Calhoun, and Arlington athletic programs.

Arlington's Tyler Simpson celebrates finishing first in the anchor leg of the AHS boys 4-400 relay team.

Arlington’s Tyler Simpson celebrates finishing first in the anchor leg of the AHS boys 4-400 relay team.

Pitmon Foxall running the  final leg of the Class B boys 4X100.  Foxall won the class B boys high jump title.

Pitmon Foxall running the final leg of the Class B boys 4X100. Foxall won the class B boys high jump title.

Don Dibben gives daughter  Molly Dibben a hug and support following the class B Girls 4-by-400 relay.  The Blair girls placed fourth in the state competition.

Don Dibben gives daughter Molly Dibben a hug and support following the class B Girls 4-by-400 relay. The Blair girls placed fourth in the state competition.

Fort Calhoun's Alex Tietz places fourth in class B 1600 run.

Fort Calhoun’s Alex Tietz places fourth in class B 1600 run.

Morgan Anderson wins her 100 preliminary heat.

Morgan Anderson wins her 100 preliminary heat.

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