Alaska Katherine Lange of Chugiak won the 3,200 on the first day of the underclassmen meet & came back the next day to place 2nd in the 1,600.
Caifornia Joey Hughes won the 400 meters at the CIF Southern Section Division I preliminaries Saturday at Trabuco Hills High with a time of 48:08 & added a 200M with a time of 21:10
Idaho Austin Emry of Homedale cleared 6’ 6” in the Canyon County Meet - the state’s best this year.
New York Kristen Reese (Carmel) defeated Shelby Greany (a Foot Locker qualifier) in another hot 1,600 with a time of 4:51.34 while Greany ran 4:52. Nadonnia Rodriques ran the 400 in 54.09 & also won the 400 hurdles with a time of 59.84..
Oregon West Valley District winners:
Meghan Blood of Valley Catholic 1500 - 5:00 & 3K - 11:01, she was also on the victorious 4 X 400
Haley Cox of Amity won the 800M - 2:35 & the 400 - 60.85
Jon Pennington of Amity - 1500 - 4:16, Emily Quatier of Westside Christian won 100 & 200
Cameron Colby of Westside Christain won the boys’ 100 & 200
Pacwest District winners Jefferson won its 4th straight boys’ title led by Grant Gagle who won the 100, 200 & pole vault
other Jefferson winners were Cory Shields (400) & Micah Hinight (800)
Waldport won the girls’ title led by Misty Corwin’s victory in the pole vault
Pennsylvania Neely Spence won the 1600 at the Mid-Penn Conference Championships with an excellent time of 4:44.38 defeating rival Chanelle Price. Neely also won the 800.
Texas Bonnie Richardson won the high jump, 200 (25:03), finished 2nd in the 100 (to Kendra Coleman) & 2nd in the long jump & added a 3rd in the discus to earn 42 to single-handedly win the team title for Rochelle High School in the 1A division.
Utah Beau Hicken won the Region 6 3200 M title with 10:13.48, Abdi Issaq won the1600M in 4:31.35 & Ben Dautel won the 800 with a time of 2:05.96. Spanish Fork girls won the Region 4 Championship. They were led by Natlie Stewart who won the 100, 200 & 400 meter titles and anchored the winning 400M relay. Her twin sister Nachelle finished s 2nd in all three running events & was on the relay. Lacey Cramer of Lone Peak won the 1,600 & 800 Meter runs. Timpanagos won the boys’ championship & Spanish Fork was second. Timpanogos was led byDonovan Guerrero who placed 2nd in both the 100 & 200 Meters & was 3rd in the 400. Brandon Davies & Sean Aaron went 1 - 2 in the 800. Steve Morrin, just a freshman, won the 3,200 on Thursday & came back Friday to claim the 1,600 (4:39)
Washington Narrows League Champion Ship (5/7- 5/9) Annie Dear of Olympia won the 3,200 in a time of 10:52 defeating Alyssa Andrews of Gig Harbor & Nicole Cochran of Bellarmine. Anna Kalbrenner of Gig HArbor won the 800 (2:16.08) while Cochran was 2nd. Miles Unterreiner of Gig Harbor won the boys’ 3,200 with a time of 9:06.10 defeating Kevin Rosaaen of Woodwow Wilson.Ken Stoller won the shot put and discus and Kyle Stoller was second in each. Ken Stoller also placed second in the 110 hurdles. Andrews helped the Pirates out by winning the triple jump and coming in second in the long jump.
Amity's Jeremy Kreutzbender won three events - the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and high jump.
Girls: Dayton claimed second place in the team race, thanks in part to the efforts of Chloe Hallyburton and Stephanie Davison.
Hallyburton won the 100 hurdles and pole vault, and Davison leaped to wins in the long and triple jumps.
Amity's Haley Cox crossed the line first in the 400 and 800.