North Dakota State Track and Field Meet May 24, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Images from the the 2019 North Dakota State Track & Field Meet at the MDU Resources Community Bowl in Bismarck. STATE TRACK AND FIELD From left, Addison Roller, Evan Reinowski and Matt Roller, all of Thompson, watch events under shelter at the North Dakota State Track and Field Meet at the MDU Resources Community Bowl on Friday. "It's cold, we and not fun," Addison Roller said of the periodic rains that amounted to just over one half of an inch by 4:30 p.m. The track meet continues today at the Community Bowl. For more photos, visit www.bismarcktribune.com. Coverage on B3. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track5.jpg Hillsboro-Central Valley's Kaden Pastian celebrates with throwing coach Wyatt Schultz after winning the Class B boys discus on Friday. TOM STROMME,TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track1.jpg Langdon's Elise Ramberg placed second with a time of 5:19.21 in the 1600-meter run. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track6.jpg Legacy's Kaitlyn Emmil soars through the air in the triple jump on Friday. Emmil won the event with a mark of 36 feet, 5.5 inches. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track7.jpg Wahpeton's Josh Darwin won the Class A high jump, clearing 6-6. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track8.jpg Bismarck's Sean Korsmo, left, wins the Class A boys 1,600-meter run with a time of 4:25.63 at the state track and field meet at the MDU Resources Community Bowl on Friday. Dickinson's Brady Yoder, center, was second with a time of 4:25.67. Fargo North's Alexander Luz, right, was third with a time of 4:26.52. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track4.jpg TOM STROMME/Tribune Hillsboro's Kaden Pastian won the B Boys Discus with a throw of 180'4". Tom Stromme 052519-spt-track3.jpg Jamestown's Meghan Ford, right, wins the 1,600-meter run with a time of 4:55.24. At left is Fargo Davies' Megan Lundstrom who took second with 4:55.79. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE 052519-spt-track2.jpg Lana Krack of Thompson won the Class B girls 1,600-meter state title on Friday, her second in as many years. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE Tags Sweeps Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Most Popular Standing Rock highway deaths affecting South Dakota town 2 bodies recovered, 2 other people rescued after reservation highway washout Fire departments battle 42-unit apartment fire in Mandan Pay for North Dakota lawmakers' absent days during legislative session totals $56K Rhonda Parker Submit a Photo Have a photo you'd like to share? Submit now, it's easy and free. Submit Photo View All Promotions promotion spotlight AP How much coffee trivia do you know? promotion spotlight Could you pass a U.S. civics test?