The senior picked up where he left off Friday by adding the 3,200 and the 800 to his title in the 1,600. Huber said he thought for a time about chasing a state record in the 3,200, but with the 800 still looming the Class B senior track and field athlete of the year backed off some and finished in 9:27.89.
“I was going to go for a record today but we went off pace and I have the 800 left, so I decided to go for the win and I don’t feel bad about my decision,” Huber said. “It’s all good.”
After winning the 800 in 1:56.13, Huber took some time to look at the crowd.
“I choked up a little bit. My high school career is over. It’s all good now. I’m happy,” he said.
Kidder County eighth grader Kennedy Harter is the new Class B girls state champion in the triple jump. Harter soared to a personal best 37 feet, 6 inches to claim the title Saturday, while also placing in a tie for fourth in the high jump (4-11) behind…