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April 17, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 continued from page 9 lington, sailing 20 feet, and fourth in Powell at 19-1. Welch placed sixth in Burl- ington at 18-7-1/4. Teter placed sixth at Powell in the 200-meter dash Saturday with a time of 25.20, a personal record. Junior Tristen Snyder finished 10th in the 100-me- ter dash at Burlington with a personal-record time of 11.90 and was llth in the long jump with a leap of 17- 9, a personal record. "I liked Tristen's 100 meters in Burlington, and he looked good in the long jump," Sanders said. "He has put a lot of time into both events." In middle distance run- ning, sophomore Jacob New- man had two strong outings in the 800 meters, winning the race in Burlington with a time of 2:13.38 and placing second in Powell at 2:14.08. "Jacob ran pretty well back to back," Sanders said. "He's gaining more confi- dence. He's always been a good runner, but there comes a point when you re- alize you can be better than you are. He's starting to see that." Freshman Kaleb Mayes placed fourth in the 800 at Burlington, covering the two laps in 2:25.40, and brother Andrew was hot on his heels, placing fifth at 2:25.81 (PR). Merrill Beck was sixth at 2:26.56. Ka- leb went on to place fifth in Powell at 2:27.84, and Beck was sixth at 2:28.09. Junior Eston Croft won the ll0-meter high hurdles in Burlington with a time of 16.65 (hand-held), then pre- qualified for State at Powell with a third-place finish in 16.70. "Eston hit a hurdle in Burlington, and that made him mad. He shot forward to win," Sanders said. Derek Phelps ran a per- sonal record 17.74 in the 110 hurdles to place third in Burlington, and McKay Mayes was fourth at 17.87 (PR). Phelps ran 18.29 at Powell, placing eighth. "All of our hurdlers did well in the ll0s," Sanders said. "I'm impressed with McKay. He just started run- ning hurdles during indoor and has really developed well." Mayes placed third in the 300-meter hurdles in Burlington with a person- al-record time of 47.36. Ty- ler Teter placed fourth in Burlington at 48.14 and eighth in Powell at 49.40. Croft placed fifth in Burling- ton at 49.26. Garet Fowler set a per- sonal record in the shot put Friday, placing second with a throw of 40-9-3/4. He placed sixth in Powell at 40-6. Other boys results from last week: lOOm dash - Brandon Teter 15th at Bud, 11.99 (PR), ei~th at Powell, 12.07, Tyler Teter 17th at Bud, 12.04 (PR), 16th at Powell,/2.41, Eston CroE 18th (tie) at Burl,/2.14, Britton Woody 18th (tie) at Burl, 12.14 (PR), 20th at Powell, 12.75, Derek Phelps 20th (B),/2.34 (PR), 25th (P), 13.17, Chase DeGroat 30th (B), 13.40 (PR), Warren Allen 13.96 (B), Richard Man- gali 14.87 (PR, B), 15.16 (P); 200m dash - DeGroat seventh (B), 28.55 (PR), Allen lOth (13), 30,34, Mangali 12th (13), 32.01 (PR), 21st (P), 31.58; 400m dash - Dylan Ohman sixth (B), 1.00.78 (PR), lOth (P), 1.02.07, Chance Wilson ninth (13), 1.05.43, 15th (P), 1.07.54; 800m - Kyle Burton 12th (P), 2:57.40; 1,600 me- ters - Alex Sawaya fifth (P), 5:27.56, Andrew Mayes sixth (P), 5:31.61; 1,600m relay - Lovell fiff.h (B), 4:14.88 (Beck, Alex Sawaya, Wilson, Ohman); 3,200m relay - Lovell first (B), 9:11.81 (AJ Dickson, Newman, Sawaya, K. Mayes); Long jump - Britton Woody lOth (13), 17-9-//2, McKay Mayes 16th (B), 17-0, 14th (P), 17-3-//2, Tyler Teter 27th (B), 15-3, Dylan Ohman 13-1 (B), Caiin McArthur 15th (P), 17-//2, Brandon Wolvington 21st (P), 16-4- //2; triple jump - Eston Croft ninth (P), 35--//2; pole vault - Woody seventh (13), 8-0; shot put - Brandon Wolvington sixth (B), 38-5-//2, lOth (P), 38-0, Jaret Collins lOth (B), 37-4, 19th (P), 34-1-//2, Aaron Monterde 12th (B), 36-11, 27th (P), 32-0, Daniel Strom 13th (B), 36-11, 22nd (P), 32-11-//2, Payton Hetland 15th (B), 34-0, 28-7-//2 (P), Kyle Burton 16th (B), 33-1, 26th (P), 32-2, Alan Crosby 25th (B), 27-11, 25-8-//2 (P), Calin McArthur 31st (P), 29-8-//2; discus - Strom first (B), 126-0, ninth (P), 116-2, Monterde third (13), :122- 6-//2, eighth (P), 122-1-//2, Fowler ninth (B), 93-6, 17th (P), 106-8 (PR), Collins 13th (B), 87-11, 28th (P), 89-4-//2, Burton 15th (B), 85-5-//2 (PR), 27th (P), 89-7 (PR), Crosby 19th (13), 58-5-//2 (PR), 73-3 (P), Hetland 21st 03), 65-9, 68-10 (P), McArthur 69~ (P). GIRLS RESULTS Coaches named junior Ameesha Anderson as the female athlete of the week. Anderson prequalified for State in the 100-meter dash Friday in Burlington, run- ning a personal-record time of 13.39 to place fifth. She also finished 10th in Powell at 13.83. "That was her goal com- ing in (qualifying for State)," Sanders said. "She's been in relays at State but want- ed to be in an open event, so that was a big goal for her." Senior Kim Shumway broke Betsy Bischoffs 2005 school record in the 100-me- ter dash on paper Friday with a time of 12.55, but with the hand-held adjust- ment, Sanders said, her time would be 12.84, leav- ing Bischoffhanging on with her record time of 12.75. Shumway won the race in Burlington, then ran 12.86 Saturday to place second in Powell. Like the boys, several girls ran outstanding times in the sprints in Burlington Friday. Caitlyn Lundberg placed seventh in the 100 Friday with a time of 13.48 and 12th Saturday in Paw- ell at 14.16. A pair of fresh- men battled in the 100 Fri- day. Trysa Flood finished 10th with a time of 13.87 (PR), Emily Snell l lth at 13.90 (PR). In the 200, Shumway powered to victory in both meets, running a time of 26.62 in Burlington and 26.47 in Powell. Lundberg placed fourth in Powell at 28.61, a personal record, and was llth in Powell at 29.51. Flood ran the 200 for the first time this season and placed seventh in Bur- lington (29.86) and eighth in Powell (29.35). Shumway won the 400-meter dash in Powell, running the lap in 58.39, and freshman Shelby Wardell placed in both meets, win- ning the 400 in Burlington at 1:05.96, a personal re- cord, and placing sixth in Powell at 1:07.12. Freshman Jazmyn See won the 800 meters in Bur- lington with a personal-re- cord time of 2:58.88, and she was sixth in Powell at 3:05.31. Charri McArthur ran the 800 for the first time this season in Powell and placed third with a time of 2:52.93. One of the highlights of the weekend, Sanders said, was the performance of sophomore Jaclyn Ca[d- well, who won the 1,600 me- ters in both Burlington and Powell. Caldwell prequali- fled for State in Burlington with a time of 5:53.44 and ran 5:59.67 in Powell. "Her form is looking a lot better. She was one of our possibilities for ath- lete of the week," Sanders said. "She was able to beat the Shoshoni girl (Olivia Thompson) in Burlington." Harper placed third in the 100-meter intermediate hurdles Friday with a time of 17.97, then tied teammate Whitney Grant for sixth Saturday at 18.21. Kendra Price placed sixth in Burl- ington at 20.67 and finished 13th in Powell at 20.79. Grant placed third in the 300-meter low hurdles Sat- urday with a time of 56.01. "I liked Madison in the hurdles," Sanders said. "She's been wanting to get a quicker time, and in both meets she really did." In relays, the quartet of Caldwell, Charri McArthur, See and Harper won the 3,200-meter relay in Burl- ington with a time of 11:28. The 1,600-meter relay team of Chayli McArthur, Wardell, Charri McArthur and Savanna Savage placed first in Burlington with a time of 4:41.72 and third in Powell at 4:49.01. The sprint relay team (4x100) team of Snell, Flood, Anderson and Lundberg placed second in Burling- ton with a time of 55.46 and fourth in Powell at 55.13 with Whitney Grant run- ning in place of Lundberg. Junior Chayli McAr- thur swept both the long jump and triple jump over the weekend. McArthur won the long jump at 15-11-1/4 in Burlington and 16-1-1/2 in Powell. She won the tri- ple jump in Burlington with a leap of 33-4-3/4, then won it again in Powell at 34-1/2. Snell continued her growth in the jumps. The freshman placed second in the long jump in Burling- ton with a personal-record jump of 14-10-1/2, then fin- ished 12th in Powell at 13- 7. Lundberg placed third in the long jump in Burling- ton at 14-8-1/2 and eighth in Powell at 14-5-1/4. Flood jumped over 30 feet in the triple jump in both meets, sailing 30-2-1/2 for fifth place in Burlington and 31-6-1/2 for fourth place in Powell. Sanders said it was good to see Shelby Wardell clear seven feet in the pole vault Friday, placing third, and she went 6-0 in Powell, good for llth place. Grant won the pole vault in Powell, clearing 9 feet. Sophomore Sierra Mon- tanez set two personal re- cords Saturday in Powell, placing sixth in the discus with a throw of 83-7 and seventh in the shot put with a toss of 27-5-1/2. Other girls results include: lOOm dash - Emily Snell 13th (P), 14.18, Trysa Flood 14th (P), 14.21, Mya Meier 14th (B), 14.51, Ivy Abraham 19th (B), 14.90, Paige Schmitt 24th (13), 17.52 (PR); 200m dash - Anderson ninth (P), 293,8, Madison Harper 17th (P), 3022, Jamie Kite ninth ([3), 30.43, Sami Newman /2th (13), 31.86; 400m dash - Newman 16th (P), 1:1525; 1,600 meters - AEon George fourth (B), 7-~1.75, 11th (P), 7:47.57; Long jump- Ivy Abraham 13th (B), 12-11, 15th (P), 13-3; pole vault - Snell filth (B), 6-0, 11th (P), 6-0; high jump - Savanna Savage fourth (B), 4-6, eighth (P), 4-5, Ivy Abraham sixth (B), 4-4, third (P), 4-7 (PR), Kendra Price seventh (B), 4-2, lOth (P), 4-3, Mya Meier ninth (B), 4-2, Jamie Kite lOth (t3), 4-2; shot put - Sami Stevens ninth (B), 23-10-//2, 17th (P), 23-0, Aly Schneider lOth (B), 22-4-3/4 (PR), 15th (P), 23-2: 1/2 (PR); discus - Stevens fifth (B), 69-7, 17th (P), 60-6, Schneider 11th (B), 61-10-//2, 21st (P), 57-6. 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