Track set to host 45 high school teams at annual Bulldog Challenge

By Jake Knabel on Mar. 15, 2016 in Track & Field

SEWARD, Neb. – Head coach Kregg Einspahr’s track and field program will host 45 high school teams and more than 2,000 total athletes at the annual Bulldog Track and Field Challenge set to run Thursday through Saturday inside the Walz Fieldhouse. Separated into four divisions, the meet will begin at 4 p.m. on Thursday and then 9 a.m. on both Friday and Saturday. For more information on the event (including schedules and live results links), visit the Bulldog Challenge page HERE.

Admission for each day is $6 for adults and $3 for students. Bleachers for spectators are available within the field house. Spectator parking is adjacent to the Walz Human Performance Complex (includes the field house, arena and other facilities)

Completed in 2010, Concordia's indoor track is one of the premier indoor tracks in the Midwest. The track is a 200-meter full pour Beynon polyurethane track with a Hobart texture surface. There are six 40-inch lanes around and eight 40-inch lanes on the straights. The two independent runways allow the long jump and triple jump to be run simultaneously.

Sandhill Division schools (March 17 | 4 p.m.)

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Aurora
Blair
Boys Town
Central City
Columbus Lakeview
Concordia-Omaha
David City
Omaha Skutt
Schuyler
Seward
Wahoo

Forest Division schools (March 18 | 9 a.m.)

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Archbishop Bergan
Arlington
Centennial
Deshler
Diller Odell
Fillmore Central
High Plains
Milford
Omaha Brownell Talbot
Winside
Yutan 

Prairie Division schools (March 18 | 4 p.m.)

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Heartland Lutheran
Lincoln Christian
Logan View
Madison
Nebraska Christian
North Bend Central
Raymond Central
Riverside
Sandy Creek
Shelby Rising City 

River Division schools (March 19 | 9 a.m.)

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Bellevue East
Columbus
Fremont
Grand Island
Lincoln Southeast
Lincoln Southwest
Omaha Central
Omaha Roncalli
Omaha Westside
Papillion La Vista South
Papillion La Vista (boys only)
Waverly
York