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Tracksters Undaunted by Conditions, Put up Record Numbers at State

Tracksters Undaunted by Conditions, Put up Record Numbers at State

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BOISE • Some of the Magic Valley’s strongest and fastest had to embrace their inner postal worker Friday at the 4A state track and field championships.

“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night…”

Granted, no snow fell Friday at Dona Larsen Park in Boise, but the weather still proved to be extremely fickle on the first day of the 4A state meet, causing delays throughout the day and affecting nearly every event in some form or fashion.

Rain poured throughout the morning, dying down for short stints before picking back up time and again. Eventually a warm sun came out, causing steam to waft up from the track, but even well into the afternoon the damp conditions lingered.

Most events are still to be determined tomorrow as Friday primarily consisted of preliminary rounds, but the Magic Valley did post its first champion of the meet, a familiar name.

Minico senior Josh Barclay successfully defended his 4A boys discus title on a banner day overall for Minico throwers. He set a personal best for this season with 169-feet-5-inches in the preliminaries. Wood River’s Taylor Douthit took fourth.

“It’s a little hard to throw in the rain,” Barclay said. “It was a big relief to get a good throw in and come back and take first again.”

Shortly before Barclay took aim at a repeat, fellow Minico senior Macy Vail took second in the girls’ discus with a distance of 121 feet and 5 inches, just 21 inches short of Bishop Kelly’s Sophia Adams winning mark. The Spartans’ Kabre Madrigal also placed seventh.

Then it was Barclay’s turn. As he waited for the second flight of preliminaries, he grabbed a discus to see just how much the steady drizzle could alter things. This was not completely unfamiliar to Barclay.

As a sophomore two years ago, he had competed at a meet during a driving rain and remembered how difficult it was. It stymied him then, and he simply could not get comfortable in his throws, but Friday was a different story, at least eventually.

In both his preliminary flight and the finals, Barclay scratched on his first throw, his foot slipping just outside the circle. Again, this was not an entirely new predicament. Last year, Barclay scratched on two throws before finally coming through with a winning toss in his third and final attempt.

Barclay later admitted he was nervous after scratching to start each round Friday, but he never showed it. The fellow throwers joked around throughout even as they took turns trying to best each other.

“After you get at least a good mark in, you’re good to go,” Barclay said.

Saturday, Barclay will look to defend his shot put crown from last year, an event that could be even more heavily affected by potential rain due to the need for good traction. Madrigal is among the favorites in that event on the girls’ side, while Vail will be in the field too.

“We all work together to help each other,” Barclay said. “One thing about throwing is you’ve got to work together to help each other and you’ve got to be positive.”

While this weekend marks the end of Barclay’s state career, it is just the beginning of Wood River freshman Stella Barsotti’s. Minutes after Barclay wrapped up the discus win, the girls’ high jump was underway.

Barsotti, along with Wood River junior Sara Lichtenberg, outlasted four other locals to make the final six in the event. Each recorded personal record of five feet on the day, with Lichtenberg taking fifth and Barsotti sixth based on tiebreakers.

“I love Sara. She’s the best teammate. She really helps me,” Barsotti said. “Because she’s a few years older, she’s like an older sister.”

The pair’s personal bests came despite the damp conditions. Water near the bar had to be swept away throughout and the official running the event shook her head on several occasions, saying “It’s not a good day for high-jumping.”

“It was really slippery,” Barsotti said. “I slipped on my first jump. That was terrifying… It kind of evened the playing field.”

Even by the time running events started and the sun shone brightly, the fickle weather still cast an air of uncertainty. The Canyon Ridge girls sprint relay team embraced the rain, though.

With an uncanny habit of setting personal bests in the rain, the conditions played right into the group’s favor, and it took advantage, placing second behind only favored Blackfoot and in front of fourth-place rival Twin Falls.

“I told our team ‘we usually PR in the rain,’” senior Jullia Aguayo said, “’so just bring it like it’s normal and it’s hot.”

It was a wide-open field entering the race, with six of eight teams claiming times within 0.53 seconds of each other.

“We try not to think about the times,” junior Carissa Smith said. “I’m always the one that looks at it and tells my team ‘get out there and run.’”

The team standings are still likely to change, with 28 4A events still to be decided Saturday. The actions starts at 10 a.m.

Weather permitting, of course.

Big Days for Magic Valley Athletes at 1A/2A/3A Meet

MIDDLETON • Depending on who you talk to, Friday’s rainy weather at the opening day of the 1A/2A/3A state track meet was either well-received or somewhat scorned.

For Filer’s Austin Young, running the 3,200-meter race as it poured was a good thing. Young finished in second-place this year after a sixth-place finish a season ago. The rain, he said, was his ally.

“The rain cooled you down a lot,” a smiling Young said. “It felt good.”

Then, there were those like Castleford’s Jade Etelu. Etelu finished third in the shotput this year with a career best throw of 34’8.5”. Despite the personal record, she doesn’t think the weather did her any favors.

“It sucks. It’s so cold,” Etelu said with a laugh. “It was kind of hard for us to be focused and get warm because the rain is pretty annoying.”

On a day that featured nearly 12 hours of competition in a combination of clouds, wind and rain, the Magic Valley’s best stood up to Idaho’s finest at the state track meet hosted by Middleton High School. Though the clouds were a constant Friday, fans and family members weren’t deterred and packed the stands and outer track the entire day.

3A

As is usually the case, it was a solid showing for the Buhl Indians on the meet’s first day. Alyssa Gorrell was the team’s lone champion Friday, winning the shot put with a career-best throw of 38-feet, surpassing her district mark by about four feet.

“I wasn’t expecting it,” said a surprised Gorrell. “Everything just clicked. Everything that I’ve been told just clicked.” The sophomore also took second-place in the discus.

Senior Haley Gorrell finished second in the triple-jump for the Indians, jumping 34’3.25” Also medaling in the event was Filer freshman Jailyn Gartner.

“I wish I could have done better,” said Gartner. “But as a freshman, I’m pretty happy with my placement.

Buhl also had strong finishes from Megahn Bohling in the high jump and from Brayden Israel in the triple jump. Bohling came in third-place in her event while Israel finished in fourth place. Israel was among the majority who wasn’t a fan of the poor weather conditions. But he said he’d rather have it cold than hot, because everybody has to deal with it.

“The rain wasn’t good. But I think I’d rather have rain because everybody jumps in it,” said Israel, who also finished fifth in the long jump. “I was happy with fourth.” Finishing in sixth place was Kimberly’s Camdin Brady.

Filer’s Zach Sharp took second place in the boy’s high jump with a mark of 5’10”. The senior won the event last year and wasn’t happy with his performance on Friday, jumping a decent amount lower than he did in 2014. But given the fact he’s been dealing with tendinitis, he was ok with the result.

“The track was real slick. And this last year I developed tendinitis in my jumping leg, so I really couldn’t jump as hard as I usually can,” Sharp said. “Since I won last year, I’m not as disappointed as I would have been. I still would have liked to jump higher, no matter what place I get.”” Buhl’s Ryan Loveless finished fourth in the event while Filer’s Shelby Harding tied for fifth.

Dustin Diaz from Kimberly took second place in the shot put with a throw of 50’6”. Kimberly also took second in the boys 1,600 medley, the day’s final event.

Somewhat disappointed in himself was Buhl’s Brady Wonenberg, who finished in 10th place in the pole vault. The district-champion was unable to clear 12-feet, clearing the 11’6” mark he had at the district tournament. But given the fact that he just picked up the event his year, his sorrow quickly turned around.

“Rain, snow or shine, you still have to do it,” Wonenberg said. “But this is kind of my first year really competing in pole vault, as a senior. So, I had to pick up a lot, and I feel like I had a pretty successful season.”

2A

Declo freshman Haylie Brackenbury carried over her strong long-jumping performance from districts into Friday’s meet, winning the event with a 16’10” mark. Declo’s Kelsie Hamilton also finished in fourth.

“It sounds pretty cool,” Brackenbury said of being a state champion in her first year. “It’s been a long track season of working hard and just practice … Hopefully next year I can come here again and maybe get state champion again.”

The Hornets also got a strong outing from Kaleb Holmstead in the triple jump. The senior finished in fifth place with a 41’7.25” Declo’s Aubrey Garner took ninth in the girls shot put while the team took fourth in the girls 800 medley and fourth in the boys 1,600 medley relay. Wendell took fifth in the 1,600 medley.

1A

Given the fact that he just started long jumping a few weeks ago, Oakley’s Bryton Cooper was visibly excited winning the event on Friday over Raft River’s Brandon Harper. Cooper set a personal best jump of 21’1.5”. Of course, personal bests are coming in rapid succession these days for Cooper, who only started triple jumping three meets ago.

“It feels crazy,” a grinning Cooper said. “The other events I do, I jump pretty high and I’m pretty fast. It’s good to just put them together and makes for a good long jumper if you can get good height and speed.” Oakley’s Kwayd Whitworth also took home a medal in the event, finishing in sixth. Oakley also scored a winner in the 3,200 meter run, as Abby Critchfield won her race by a solid eight seconds.

Valley’s Brinley Reed took home the top prize in the girls triple jump, winning the event over Challis’ Keaton Kikuyama by just 2-and-a-half-inches. Reed won the even last year as well and, as a sophomore, has set herself up for quite a final two years at Oakley. She also took second in the long jump.

“I actually like the pressure as motivation,” Reed said. “I like feeling a lot of pressure.” Lighthouse Christian’s Eric Silva won the event on the boys side with a jump of 42’1”.

Castleford’s Morgan Shipp defended his titles in both the boys shot put and discus on Friday, throwing a career-high 57’2” in the former. He finished nearly 10 feet ahead of the next closest competitor despite the fact the dampness made his rotating technique hard to pull off. Even though the conditions weren’t ideal, Shipp said hard work on the fundamentals led him to his personal best throw.

“Tons and tons of practice,” said Shipp. “Footwork (and) basically form training. Basically that.”

Lighthouse Christian’s Bryce Kostelecky defended his state title in the high-jump with a career-best jump of 6-foot-five. He finished ahead of Carey’s Joe Parke, who finished in second with a jump of 6-feet. Valley’s Madisyn Kimmel finished in third on the girls side.

“I came into this meet a little nerve-wracked because I haven’t been jumping that well the last couple of meets,” Kostelecky said. “So I’m just happy I was able to pull it together for the big one.”

The meet finishes on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Field events will start the day off before the festivities end with the finals in sprints and hurdles.

4A Results

Girls

Discus: 1, Sophia Adams, Bishop Kelly, 123-02. 2. Macy Vail, Minico, 121-05. 3, Berkli Knapp, Preston, 114-02. 4, Saidee Jones, Caldwell, 109-11. 5, Dominique Ramirez, Middleton, 109-09. 6, Kassadee Kuoha, Burley 108-10. 7, Kabre Madrigal, Minico, 107-09. 8, Lindsay Leavitt, Middleton, 107-07.

Triple jump: 1, Alexandra Tatum, Mountain Home, 37-03.00. 2, Aubi Barr, Skyview, 35-10.25. 3, Lindsey Schmidt, Bishop Kelly, 34-10.00. 4, Sierra Anderson, Rigby, 34-03.25. 5, Addie Waddoups, Preston, 34-01.0. 6, Olivia Gneiting, Rigby, 33-09.7. 7, Macy Croft, Kuna, 33-09.50. 8, Sena Stillman, Bishop Kelly, 33-09.00.

High jump: 1, Lindsey Schmidt, Bishop Kelly, 5-02.00. 2, Sierra Anderson, Rigby, J5-02.00. 3, Trinity Blake, Rigby, J5-02.00. 3, Olivia Gneiting, Rigby, J5-02.00. 5, Sara Lichtenberg, Wood River, 5-00.00. 6, Stella Barsotti, Wood River, J5-00.00. 7, Dani Linehan, Lakeland, 4-10.00. 8, Danielle Nay, Skyview, J4-10.00.

800 sprint medley relay: 1, Blackfoot, 1:52.57. 2, Canyon Ridge, 1:53.33. 3, Preston, 1:53.94. 4, Twin Falls, 1:54.10. 5, Moscow, 1:54.25. 6, Century, 1:54.40. 7, Skyview, 1:54.66. 8, Bishop Kelly, 1:54.82.

100 hurdles: 1, Mikaela Sawyer, Bishop Kelly, 14.89. 2, Maddie Minnaert, Bishop Kelly, 15.16Q. 3, Lindsey Schmidt, Bishop Kelly, 15.77q. 4, Sierra Anderson, Rigby, 16.21q. 5, Maranda Thompson, 10 Skyview, 16.31q. 6, Georgia Filler, Moscow, 16.43q. 7, Bailey Roberts, Preston, 16.58q. 8, Emily Palmer, Jerome, 16.63q.

400: 1, Jullia Aguayo, Canyon Ridge, 1:00.48Q. 2, Alysa Spillett, Century, 1:00.86Q. 3 Sara Lichtenberg, Wood River, 1:01.07q. 4, Mckenzie Wasden, Kuna, 1:01.21q. 5, Paige Moser, Preston, 1:01.22q. 6, Mahala Bradburn, Kuna, 1:02.16q. 7, Audri Jones, Blackfoot, 1:02.81q. 8, Sena Stillman, Bishop Kelly, 1:02.92q.

100: 1 Mikaela Sawyer, Bishop Kelly, 12.46Q. 2, Keanne Alston, Rigby, 12.59Q. 3, Chayse Eames, 12, Rigby 12.78Q. 4, Joelle Stephens, Moscow, 12.59q. 5, Leah Maxton, Caldwell, 12.96q. 6, Alexandra Tatum, Mountain Home 12.97q. 7, Michelle Mason, Wood River, 13.02q. 8, Payton Kirtley, Bishop Kelly, 13.04q.

300 hurdles: 1, Mikaela Sawyer, Bishop Kelly, 46.45Q. 2, Georgia Filler, Moscow, 47.76Q. 3, Carly Parker, Pocatello, 48.07Q. 4, Emily Palmer, 11 Jerome, 48.36q. 5, Sierra Anderson, Rigby, 48.91q. 6, Marissa Wakley, 11 Preston, 48.96q. 7, Lindsey Schmidt, Bishop Kelly, 49.02q. 8, Tauna Kirk, Lakeland, 49.08q.

200: 1, Keanne Alston, Rigby, 25.71Q. 2, Chayse Eames, Rigby, 25.79Q. 3, Maddie Minnaert, Bishop Kelly, 25.74q. 4, Joelle Stephens, Moscow, 26.24q. 5, Kaya Evans, 10, Century, 26.59q. 6, Kayla Scoffield, Preston, 26.79q. 7, Madison Glascock, Twin Falls, 26.84q. 8, Mckenzie Wasden, Kuna, 26.84q.

3200: 1, Rachel Cannon, Blackfoot, 11:06.72. 2, Katherine Ruck, Moscow, 11:16.99. 3, Molly Vitale-Sullivan, Pocatello, 11:18.45. 4, Billie Hatch, Preston, 11:28.50. 5, Tamika Russell, Caldwell, 11:33.83. 6, Rachel McGovern, Pocatello, 11:34.53. 7, Alyse Douglas, Twin Falls, 11:41.58. 8, Kathryn Craig, Jerome, 11:50.47.

Boys

High jump: 1, Diego Garcia, Rigby, 6-06.00. 2, Leo Behrend, Century, J6-06.00. 3, 3 Preston Poulter, Rigby, 6-04.00. 4, Braden Nez, Century, 6-00.00. 5, Trey Cook, Century, J6-00.00. 6, Dallin Harris, Twin Falls, 5-10.00. 7, Gabe Lara, Caldwell, J5-10.00. 8, Nolan Pasqualetti, Mountain Home, 5-08.00.

Discus: 1, Josh Barclay, Minico, 169-05. 2, Zach Andrew, Bishop Kelly, 147-09. 3, Tanner Mauseth, Century, 137-08. 4, Taylor Douthit, Wood River, 136-09. 5, Salvador Rodriguez, Caldwell, 131-09. 6, Dallin Dearing, Mountain Home, 130-04. 7, Austin Durham, Moscow, 125-03. 8, Sam Palmer, Sandpoint, 121-05.

Triple jump: 1, Andrew Ware, Kuna, 44-01.50. 2, Mikhail Kidd, Kuna 43-00.00. 3, Seth Stockdale, Preston, 42-09.00. 4, Jace Smith, Rigby, 41-08.50. 5, Tayson Neff, Blackfoot, 41-02.00. 6, Connor Lofthus, Skyview, 41-00.5. 7, Derek Christensen, Twin Falls, 40-08.50. 8, Tyson Belnap, Pocatello, 40-06.75.

1600 sprint medley: 1, Bishop Kelly, 3:34.59. 2, Blackfoot, 3:35.34. 3, Skyview, 3:37.08. 4, Rigby, 3:41.35. 5, Sandpoint, 3:44.52. 6, Lakeland, 3:45.25. 7, Twin Falls, 3:46.04. 8, Jerome, 3:52.95.

110 hurdles: 1, Max Weitz, Caldwell, 15.19Q. 2, Mitchell Myler, Rigby, 15.26Q. 3, Josh Rudder, Skyview, 15.56q. 4, Braden Nez, Century, 16.11q. 5, Hyrum Russell, 11, Moscow, 16.26q. 6, Wyatt Owen, Minico, 16.35q. 7, Tyler Wakley, Preston, 16.35q. 8, Kadun Allen, Canyon Ridge, 16.36q.

400: 1, Matt Dean, Bishop Kelly, 50.10Q. 2, Mikhail Kidd, Kuna 51.60Q, 3. Joey Cook, Moscow, 50.40q. 4, Cameron Hansen, Rigby, 50.78q. 5, James Couch, Rigby, 51.92q. 6, Mark Kennaly, Sandpoint, 51.95q. 7, Kobe Smith, Bishop Kelly, 52.37q. 8, Joe Grover, Bishop Kelly, 52.46q.

100: 1, Haziel Ledezma, Jerome, 11.09Q. 2, Connor Lofthus, Skyview, 11.15Q. 3, Cody Ghighina, Skyview, 11.11q. 4, Kelly Short, Preston, 11.17q. 5, Braeden Lowe, Twin Falls, 11.20q. 6, Bailey Hiebert, Canyon Ridge, 11.21q. 7, Stephen Morales, Caldwell, 11.22q. 8, Khalil Forehand, Bishop Kelly, 11.26q.

300 hurdles: 1, Matt Peterson, Blackfoot, 38.97Q. 2, Haziel Ledezma, Jerome, 40.00Q. 3, Tyler Wakley, Preston, 40.48Q. 4, Mitchell Myler 10 Rigby 40.46q. 5, Tyler Stevens, Twin Falls, 41.11q. 6, Eric Reetz, Mountain Home, 41.26q. 7, Max Weitz, Caldwell, 41.52q. 5, Grant Bjornn, Twin Falls, 41.54q.

200: 1, Braeden Lowe, Twin Falls, 22.48Q. 2, Jeremy Frisk, Lakeland, 22.56Q. 3, Mikhail Kidd, Kuna, 22.59q. 4, Bailey Hiebert, Canyon Ridge, 22.79q. 5, Kelly Short, Preston, 22.86q. 6, Tristen Burbank, Preston, 22.86q. 7, Matt Dean, Bishop Kelly, 22.98q. 8, Auston Henry, Lakeland, 23.05q.

3200: 1, Elijah Armstrong, Pocatello, 9:13.29. 2, Austin Fred, Middleton, 9:25.67. 3, Jacob Schaffeld, Middleton, 9:29.23. 4, Ammon Christensen, Skyview, 9:48.63. 5, Malachi Armstrong, Pocatello, 9:53.88. 6, Daniel Elia, Bishop Kelly, 9:58.69. 7, Jacob Graham, Sandpoint, 9:59.10. 8, Jonathan Perry, Rigby, 10:02.98.

3A

Girls

3200: 1, Paytin Drollinger, Shelley, 11:29.17. 2, Klarissa Andersen, Shelley, 11:40.14. 3, Kassidy Burmester, Marsh Valley, 11:49.87. 4, Shaylee Hill, Sugar-Salem, 11:50.35. 5, Isabelle Simonich, Emmett, 11:52.36. 6, Natalie Herring, Timberlake, 11:54.28. 7, Mindy Kaufman, Teton, 11:57.08. 8, Abby Bitzenburg, Filer, 12:04.46.

Sprint medley: 1, Emmett, 1:54.10. 2, Buhl, 1:55.91. 3, Sugar-Salem, 1:56.45. 4, Marsh Valey 1:56.58. 5, Shelley, 1:56.84 6, Fruitland, 1:57.84. 7, Weiser, 2:00.05. 8, Bonners Ferry, 2:01.26

High jump: 1, Hannah Crane, Sugar-Salem, 5-02. 2, Jasmine James, Kellogg, 5-00. 3, Megahn Bohling, Buhl, 5-00. 4, Brinn Peck, Marsh Valley, 4-10. 5, Katie Anderson, Marsh Valley, 4-10. 6, Miriah Haro Weiser, 4-10. 7, Lexi Child, Filer, 4-08. 7, Siera Montgomery, Buhl, 4-08. 7, Maty Christensen, Sugar-Salem, 4-08. 7, Jordanne Walker, Weiser, 4-08. 7, Rosemary Joseph, Teton, 4-08.

Pole vault: 1, Mirah Haro, Weiser, 10-00. 2, Lindsi Wilson, Weiser, 9-06. 3, Marley Dye, Shelley, 9-06. 4, Shiloah Walker, Emmett, 9-06. 5, Allison Kirby, Timberlake, 8-06. 5, Claire Redd, Sugar-Salem, 8-06. 7, Bailey Price, Gooding, 8-00. 7, Madi Taylor, Emett, 8-00

Triple jump: 1, Jasmine James, Kellogg, 34-09. 2, Haley Gorrell, Buhl, 34-03.25. 3, Hannah Crane, Sugar-Salem, 33-07.75. 4, Sarah Buck, TImberlake, 33-05. 5, Ellie Chastain, Parma, 32-11. 6, Jailyn Gartner, Filer, 32-08. 7, Addi Gehmlich, Sugar-Salem, 31-11.75. 7, Rylee Belnap, Marsh Valley, 31-11.75

Shot put: 1, Alyssa Gorrell, Buhl, 38-00; 2, Lacey Hamilton, Sugar-Salem, 35-08. 3, Lillie Smith, Emmett, 34-11. 4, Tori Crown, Buhl, 33-06.5. 5, Kara Steele, Kellogg, 32-09.5. 6, Carli Swallow, Buhl, 32-06.5. 7, Elizabeth Vargas, Homedale, 32-05.5. 8, Sondee Mink, Weiser, 32-04.5.

Discus: 1, Kara Steele, Kellogg, 115-08. 2, Alyssa Gorrell, Buhl, 108-11. 3, Danielle Church, Fruitland, 107-07.5. 4, Faith Lolofie, Marsh Valey, 106-09.5. 5, Sadie Shirts, Weiser, 106.03.5. 6, Lillie Smith, Emmett, 103-03. 7, Eva Symms, Homedale, 99-00.5. 8, Kayla Miller, Kellogg, 98-06.

Boys

3200: 1, Austin Stewart, Shelley, 9:49.8; 2, Austin Young, Filer, 10:04.1. 3, Riley Portwood, Homedale, 10:09.2. 4, Israel Anaya Carmona, Fruitland, 10:13.2. 5, Mark Crandall, Shelley, 10:17.6. 6, Kenny Bassett, Emmett, 10:18.1. 7, Bryce Beard, Teton, 10:19.4. 8, Derek Thompson, Kimberly, 10:24.3

1600 sprint medley: 1, Snake River, 3:39.42. 2, Shelley, 3:40.52. 3, Sugar-Salem, 3:46.11. 4, Kimberly, 3:44.04. 5, Priest River, 3:49.97. 6, Bonners Ferry, 3:52.25. 7, Fruitland, 3:53.26. 8, Homedale, 3:57.35

High jump: 1, Jaron Rose, Sugar-Salem, 6-00; 2, Zach Sharp, Filer, 5-10. 3, Ty Johnson, Weiser, 5-08. 4, Ryan Loveless, Buhl, 5-08. 5, Shelby Harding, Filer, 5-08. 5, Junior Coverley, South Fremont, 5-08. 5, Dimitri Kraus, Teton, 5-08. 8, Toby Demaray, Emmett, 5-08

Pole vault: 1, Chris Obuch, Weiser, 13-06. 2, Tyler Badertscher, Timberlake, 13-06. 3, Darrian Walker, Emmett, 12-06. 3, Nathan Gerdes, Sugar-Salem, 12-06. 5, Jonathan Herrera, Payette, 12-06. 6, Takoda Bingham, Shelley, 12-06. 7, Ethan Arnold, Sugar-Salem, 12-06. 8, Trey Nattress, Fruitland, 12-00

Triple jump: 1. Daniel Buck, Timberlake, 43-11.5. 2, Ryan Hawks, Sugar-Salem, 43-03.75. 3, Chris Obuch, Weiser, 42-08.5. 4, Brayden Isreal, Buhl, 41-02. 5, Colton Merges, Parma, 40-07. 6, Camdin Brady, Kimberly, 40-06.5. 7, Dakota Hitesman, American Falls, 39-07.25. 8, Ariel Bencomo, Teton, 39-02

Long jump: 1, Ryan Hawkes, Sugar-Salem, 22-05. 2, Jaron Rose, Sugar-Salem, 21-03.5. 3, Austin Malloy, Timberlake, 20-10. 4, Dakota hitesman, American Falls, 20-09. 5, Brayden Isreal, Buhl, 20-04. 6, Luc Overton, Emmett, 19-09.5. 7, Colton Merges, Parma, 19-06.25. 8, Cody Tucker, South Fremont, 19-02.

Shot put: 1, Hayden Herrick, Weiser, 52-06. 2, Dustin Diaz, Kimberly, 50-06. 3, Colton Stell, Parma, 50-02. 4, Wyatt Smith, Emmett, 47-07. 5, Joseph Davenport, South Fremont, 47-02.5. 6, Luke Thomas, Fruitland, 46-10.5. 7, Allen Sanchez, Emmett, 45-04. 8, Hayden Gerdes, Sugar-Salem, 44-04

2A

Boys

3,200: 1. Carlton Baird (West Side) 9:48.92; 2. Billy Godfrey (Salmon) 9:55.72; 3. Josh Balls (Soda Springs) 10:00.64; 4. Jackson Pratt (Bear Lake) 10:01.10; 5. Rylan Manzer (Melba) 10:07.19; 6. Payton Brothers (Nampa Christian) 10:15.22; 7. Riley Simmons (Soda Springs) 10:19.02; 8. Hunter Henderson (West Side) 10:24.41

1,600 medley relay: 1. Melba 3:38.03; 2. West Side 3:38.25; 3. Soda Springs 3:46.28; 4. Declo 3:47.42; 5. Wendell 3:48.13; 6. Grangeville 3:49.61; 7. Cole Valley 3:55.19; 8. Salmon 4:03.01

Discus: 1. Logan Feasline (St. Maries) 180-2; 2. Drew Lindsley (Grangeville) 163-9; 3. Cole Lindsley (Grangeville) 156-3; 4. Drake Kuykendall (Orofino) 147-11.5; 5. Lane Holtrop (Cole Valley) 144-0; 6. Zak Johnson (Firth) 143-10; 7. Kyle Sims (Soda Springs) 142-4.5; 8. Jared Gentry (Declo) 138-2

Triple jump: 1. Wyatt Helm (Melba) 43-10; 2. Michael Stevens (Grangeville) 42-11.75; 3. Ethan Elliott (Aberdeen) 41-11.5; 4. Isaac Nebeker (Wendell) 41-11.5; 5. Kaleb Holmstead (Declo) 41-7.25; 6. Brennan Henderson (West Side) 41-7.25; 7. Jason Gemar (Firth) 41-3.75; 8. Damon Folkman (Firth) 40-11.5

High jump: 1. Matt Turnbow (West Side) 6-2; 2. Ryan Gunderson (Bear Lake) 6-0; 3. Jacob Greer (St. Maries) 6-0; 4. Dallan Bingham (Firth) 6-0; T5. Damon Folkman (Firth) 5-10; T5. Dillon Alder (Grangeville) 5-10; 7. Logan Bowers (Wendell) 5-10; 8. Staten Torgerson (Ririe) 5-10

Pole vault: 1. Dylan Pease (Melba) 14-0; 2. Jacob Englar (Nampa Christian) 13-0; 3. Sam Taylor (Bear Lake) 13-0; 4. Chevey Wolfley (West Side) 12-6; 5. Robert Wray (Malad) 12-0; 6. Bret Cole (Salmon) 12-0; T7. Tyler Schwartz (Orofino) 11-6; T7. Kaden Bingham (West Side) 11-6; T7. Joshua DeJong (Nampa Christian) 11-6; T7. Regan Thacker (Ririe) 11-6; T7. Connor Burley (Salmon) 11-6

Girls

3,200: 1. Sierra Manzer (Melba) 11:29.03; 2. Bethany Danner (McCall-Donnelly) 11:58.15; 3. Megan Brogan (Bear Lake) 12:03.96; 4. Riley Jo Lysinger (New Plymouth) 12:17.76; 5. Kathryne McCullough (Soda Springs) 12:26.62; 6. Allie Severe (West Jefferson) 12:30.03; 7. Emily Stenlund (Salmon) 12:38.64; 8. Ashley Harris (Nampa Christian) 12:52.24

800 medley relay: 1. Grangeville 1:52.04; 2. Soda Springs 1:55.56; 3. North Fremont 1:55.69; 4. Declo 1:59.26; 5. New Plymouth 1:59.45; 6. Coeur d’Alene Charter 2:00.08; 7. Salmon 2:03.19; 8. West Side 2:07.76

Discus: 1. Heather Crawford (McCall-Donnelly) 113-3; 2 Bailey Nelson (Firth) 113-0; 3. Mattie Creager (West Side) 105-5.5; 4. Elian Lemus (West Jefferson) 104-10; 5. Casey Tighe (Orofino) 98-9; 6. Mallory Bingham (West Side) 97-2; 7. Cheyenne Johnson (Firth) 92-11; 8. Jaclyn Hollenbeck (Wendell) 91-3

Triple jump: 1. Madison Brown (Grangeville) 34-9.5; 2. Kellie Tucker (Firth) 32-8; 3. Allie Butler (Firth) 32-5.75; 4. Hanah Peterson (Malad) 32-5.25; 5. Rayann Pyle (McCall-Donnelly) 32-3.5; 6. Janessa Bartlow (Nampa Christian) 31-9; 7. Courtney Christopherson (Declo) 31-7.25; T8. Audrey Butler (Firth) 31-2.5; T8. Helen King (New Plymouth) 31-2.5

Long jump: 1. Haylie Brackenbury (Declo) 16-10; 2. Courtney Butler (New Plymouth) 16-8.25; 3. Madison Brown (Grangeville) 15-11; 4. Kelsie Hamilton (Declo) 15-10; 5. Kylie Peets (Salmon) 15-7.75; 6. Kellie Tucker (Firth) 15-2.75; 7. Savannah Pasculli (Cole Valley) 15-2; 8. Taylar Williams (Malad) 14-11

Pole vault: 1. Maddy Grunzke (Cole Valley) 10-0; 2. Casey Schwendiman (Ririe) 10-0; 3. Brooke Griffith (Ririe) 9-6; 5. Asia Cayetano (Nampa Christian) 9-0; 6. Kellie Tucker (Firth) 9-0; T7. Cassidy Griffith (Ririe) 8-6; T7. Payton Grover (Melba) 8-6

Shot put: 1. Elian Lemus (West Jefferson) 38-7; 2. Casey Tighe (Orofino) 37-8; 3. Mattie Creager (West Side) 34-11.5; 4. Markee Kimball (Soda Springs) 33-6; 5. Kymra Richardson (Melba) 33-3.5; 6. Heather Crawford (McCall-Donnelly) 33-0; 7. Jessica Lewis (New Plymouth) 32-7.5; 8. Madelynn Beyeler (Salmon) 31-5

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Boys

3,200: 1. Paul Ryan (Logos) 9:25.02; 2. Levi Wintz (Logos) 9:53.87; 3. Marshall Wheeler (Victory Charter) 9:57.25; 4. Josiah Anderson (Logos) 10:06.87; 5. Daniel Daily (Hagerman) 10:11.77; 6. Jonny Handel (Logos) 10:12.14; 7. Jackson Dickinson (Logos) 10:12.26; 8. Henry Raff (Community School) 10:14.18

1,600 medley relay: 1. Logos 3:45.25; 2. Valley 3:47.43; 3. Kamiah 3:52.38; 4. Raft River 3:53.80; 5. Potlatch 3:54.62; 6. Liberty Charter 3:55.69; 7. Victory Charter 4:04.32; 8. Butte County 4:11.28

High jump: 1. Bryce Kostelecky (Lighthouse) 6-5; 2. Joe Parke (Carey) 6-0; T3. Issac Simon (Camas County) 5-10; T3. Naylan Whitworth (Mackay) 5-10; 5. Jeremie Hjelm (Butte County) 5-10; 6. Herry Ludwig (Council) 5-8; 7. Bryton Cooper (Oakley) 5-8; T8. TJ Placencio (Mullan) 5-6; T8. Ben Passey (Liberty Charter) 5-6; T8. Keith Kipp (Lapwai) 5-6; T8. Rex Permann (Rockland) 5-6

Shot put: 1. Morgan Shipp (Castleford) 57-2; 2. JT Mahon (Council) 47-6; 3. Dyllan Bothof (Castleford) 45-5.5; 4. Jason Montgomery (Valley) 45-4.5; 5. Gerrett Blattner (Butte County) 45-2; 6. Beau Tilleman (Genesee) 45-0; 7. Nate Tavernier (Idaho City) 44-0; 8. Aaron Mays (Butte County) 43-4.5

Triple jump: 1. Eric Silva (Lighthouse) 42-1; 2. Brandon Harper (Raft River) 41-8; 3. Mitchell Millard (Wallace) 40-11; 4. Parker Whipple (Kamiah) 40-8.5; 5. Justin Ross (Idaho City) 40-5; 6. Jeremie Hjelm (Butte County) 39-11.25; 7. Scott Farr (Challis) 39-7.5; 8. Issac Simon (Camas County) 39-1.5

Long jump: 1. Bryton Cooper (Oakley) 21-1.5; 2. Brandon Harper (Raft River) 20-10.5; 3. Justin Ross (Idaho City) 20-5; 4. Eric Silva (Lighthouse) 20-4.5; 5. Sam Benzie (Cascade) 19-10.5; 6. Kwayd Wadsworth (Oakley) 19-10.25; 7. Parker Whipple (Kamiah) 19-7.75; 8. Tresten Eddins (Clark County) 19-7

Discus: 1. Morgan Shipp (Castleford) 143-4; 2. Estaban Orozco (Murtaugh) 135-10; 3. Beau Tilleman (Genesee) 133-0; 4. Aaron Mays (Butte County) 130-0.5; 5. Gerrett Blattner (Butte County) 129-10.5; 6. Nate Tavernier (Idaho City) 127-4; 7. Matt Whitworth (Carey) 127-2.5; 8. Rogelio Gomez (Raft River) 125-6.5

Girls

3,200: 1. Abby Critchfield (Oakley) 12:14.21; 2. Macy Hansen (Butte County) 12:22.36; 3. Tianna Leitch (Nezperce) 12:28.46; 4. Megan Dye (Logos) 12:29.45; 5. Claribell Juarez (Valley) 12:48.13; 6. Joy Billings (Idaho City) 12:50.32; 7. Jeniffer Zavala (Murtaugh) 13:18.97; 8. Elly Machado (Castleford) 13:27.39

800 medley relay: 1. Logos 1:57.29; 2. Liberty Charter 1:59.00; 3. Kootenai 1:59.30; 4. Valley 1:59.63; 5. Deary 2:01.54; 6. Hagerman 2:02.19; 7. Idaho City 2:07.22; 8. Challis DNF

Shot put: 1. Brooke Eades (Kamiah) 37-9; 2. Cheyan James (Mackay) 35-10; 3. Jade Etelu (Castleford) 34-8.5; 4. Jeorgi Kalisek (Valley) 33-7; 5. Zoe Wessels (Council) 33-4.5; 6. Angie Magana (Oakley) 33-3.5; 7. Amberlee Steed (Raft River) 32-6.5; 8 Kelsey Scott (Deary) 32-6

High jump: 1. Chelbee Rosenkrance (Mackay) 4-10; 2. Claire Ahmann (Logos) 4-10; T3. Madisyn Kimmel (Valley) 4-8; T3. Tiana Wiese (Rockland) 4-8; 5. Alexis Tuckett (Raft River) 4-8; T6. Olivia Barber (Idaho City) 4-8; T6. Jackie van Vliet (Lighthouse) 4-8; 8. Margaret Anderson (Idaho City) 4-6

Triple jump: 1. Brinley Reed (Valley) 33-11.5; 2. Keaton Kikuyama (Challis) 33-9; 3. Jenny Sapp (Potlatch) 33-7; 4. Anna Orr (Glenns Ferry) 33-0.5; 5. Tara Chamberlain (Challis) 32-7.5; 6. Abbey Blum (Troy) 32-6.5; 7. Cierra Mayer (Genesee) 31-8.5; 8. Hailey Pearson (Rimrock) 31-5.5

Discus: 1. Cheyan James (Mackay) 121-0; 2. Brielle Sheppeard (Challis) 110-4; 3. Rylee Magdaleno (Liberty Charter) 104-3; 4. Naomi Miller (Logos) 103-11.5; 5. Tannah Sellers (Valley) 102-4; 6. Whitney Fredrickson (Troy) 101-7.5; 7. Kelsey Scott (Deary) 97-10; 8. EllieMae Millenkamp (Lighthouse) 97-6

Long jump: 1. Anna Orr (Glenns Ferry) 16-4; 2. Brinley Reed (Valley) 15-9.25; 3. Haddee Reynolds (Castleford) 15-8; 4. Kaylee Olson (Challis) 15-5.75; 5. Mariah Farr (Clark County) 15-0.5; 6. Kourtne Carpenter (Nezperce) 14-9; 7. Haylie Grant (Valley) 14-8.75; 8. Cierra Mayer (Genesee) 14-7.5

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