https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=J92J2F8LA8554
Bitterroot Star Ads
Kearns and Sons

Track season hits stride

 

Stevensville’s Britney Chilcott won the 100 hurdles at the Darby/Florence Invite on Thursday in Corvallis. Jean Schurman photo

Sixteen teams from Class AA to Class C competed at the Missoula County Invitational on Saturday at Big Sky. The Corvallis girls brought home the team championship including an individual win by Sadi Henderson in the 200 and a team win in the 1,600 relay. The Corvallis boys finished third behind Flathead and Big Sky and garnered a win in the discus by Brandon Butt.

Henderson ran the 200 in 26.28 to take first at the Missoula County Invite. She also ran the anchor leg of the 1,600 meter relay for Corvallis. Lakyn Connors, Ayden Eickhoff, Hanna Smith ran the first three legs of the race. Their winning time was 4:13.37, a little more than a second faster than second place Big Sky. Corvallis’ 400 meter relay team finished third.

Henderson also finished second in the 400. Eickhoff was second in the 1,600 with a time of 5:23.72. Isabella Pape was third in the 800 (2:27.27) and third in the 3,200 (12:05.22). Connors finished third in the triple jump with 34-1.25. Jessica Lewis was fourth in the high jump with a leap of 5-1. Aspen Evans was second in the pole vault with a vault of 10-6. In the throwing events, Carlie Jessop finished third in the shot put (33-6) and third in the discus with 115 feet. Teammate Courtney Albright was fifth in the discus with 109-1.

Hamilton’s Meghan Kratofil threw the discus 118-5 to claim first place in that event. She threw the shot put 31-6.25 to take sixth. Camie Westfall cleared the bar at 9 feet in the pole vault to finish fifth.

Stevensville’s Britney Chilcott earned all of the points for the Yellowjackets. She placed fifth in the 100 hurdles with a time of 16.38. Chilcott also earned points in the javelin. She threw the javelin 115-4 for second place.

The Corvallis boys finished third behind Flathead and Big Sky. The Blue Devils earned the majority of their points in the throwing events. Butt was the only event winner with an effort of 156-1 in the discus. Fellow Blue Devils, Austin Atkins and Jimmy Henderson took second and fourth respectively with throws of 147-3 and 141-8. Atkins was fifth in the shot put with 46-2. In the javelin, Raymond Jessop was second with 166-11, Stuart Landis was fourth with 166-1, and Tyler Olsen was fifth with 165-6. Landis was also fifth in the triple jump with 42-5.

With coach Mariah Patterson encouraging him, Florence’s Madison Bolton finished strong in the 1,600-meter race at the Darby/Florence Invite. Jean Schurman photo

Colby Henderson was third in the 800 with a time of 1:57.77. Chase Stoker was second in the 3,200 with a time of 9:54.16. He finished fourth in the 1,600 with a time of 4:42.69. The 1.600 relay team was edged by Flathead by a nose. Flathead won with a time of 3:34.24 while Corvallis finished with a time of 3:34.53.

Darby was sixth in that relay with a time of 3:37.89. Doug Raymer won the 800 with a blistering time of 1:54.62.

Stevensville’s Josh Lords won the long jump with a leap of 21-9. He was third in the 200 with a time of 23.12. He finished sixth in the 100 with 11.91. Jesse Sims was sixth in the shot put with 46-0.5.

Hamilton’s Easton Albert picked up points in the distance events. The sophomore was fifth in the 3,200 with a time of 10:11.83. He finished sixth in the 1,600 with 4:48.05. Abe Westfall finished fourth in the triple jump with an effort of 42-11.

Victor’s Kurt Manely was third in the javelin with a throw of 166-9. Kyle Ball was third in the triple jump with a leap of 44-5.5.

Florence was at the Bigfork Invitational on Saturday. The girl’s team finished sixth behind Whitefish, Plains, Seeley, Bigfork, and Cut Bank. The Porch sisters – Hannah and Tess – were neck and neck in the sprints. Tess took second in the 100 with 13.11 and Hannah was right behind with a time of 13.18. In the 200, it was Hannah finishing third with 27.23 and Tess in fourth with 27.28. Hannah was second in the long jump with 15-6 and third in the triple jump with 31-3.5. Jessica DesJarlais threw the shot put 30-4 for fourth. Rosie O’Brien took fourth in the javelin with a throw of 101 feet.

The Florence boys finished fifth behind Bigfork, Whitefish, Frenchtown, and Ronan-St. Ignatius. Brady Blomquist was third in the 200 with a time of 23.8. He was second in the 400 with 52.42. He also ran the first leg of the 1,600 relay. The team, comprised of Blomquist, Brady Heffner, Dylan Reynolds an Aaron Ward, won that race in 3:38.40. Reynolds was fifth in the 110 hurdles (16.59), second in the 300 hurdles (40.67) and second in the triple jump (40-5.5). Tanner Cobbs was fifth in the 200 (24.50).  Ryan Mangun was sixth in the discus (114-0).

Thursday was the beginning of the track week for valley schools with the Darby/Florence Invite at Corvallis. Corvallis won the girls team scoring and Stevensville won the boys team scoring.

Darby/Florence Invite

Girls

Team scoring: Corvallis 134, Charlo 95, Hamilton 83, Florence 56, Seeley Swan 46, Superior 25, Stevensville 24, Granite 17, Alberton 11, Powell County 12, Valley Christian 9, Darby 10, Drummond 3, Lincoln 2

100 – 1. Tess Porch, Flo, 12.79, 2. Hannah Porch, Flo, 12.18, 3. Nikki Barron, Cor, 13.03; 5. Hannah Gale, Cor, 13.43

200 – 1. Hannah Porch, Flo, 27.09; 2. Tess Porch, Flo, 28.18; 5. Brittney Chilcott, Ste, 28.24;

400 – 1. 1. Ashley Bayock, Sup, 1:03.71; 4. Marina McGourty , Ham, 1:07.78; 5. Jaylee Albert, Ham, 1:07.81;

800 – 1. Sadi Henderson, Cor, 2:21.15; 2. Annie Jessop, Cor, 2:37.63; 3. Albert, Ham, 2:41.34; 6. Tess Gallagher, Ham, 2:41.96;

1600 – 1. Isabella Pape, Cor, 5:39.30; 2. Jenny Smith, Ham, 6:09.20; 3. Sara Amish, Ham, 6:14.70; 4. Amelia Gardner, Cor, 6:14.70; 5. Katlin Stromberg, Ham, and Sydney Johnston, 6:18.9

3200 – 1.Ayden Eickhoff, Cor, 12:02.46; 2. Kaycie Stewart, Cor, 13:06.84; 3. Sara Amish, Ham, 13.16.59; 4. Jenny Smith, Ham, 13:18.57;

400 relay – 1. Corvallis 50.9; 2. Charlo 35.32; 3. Florence 53.47;

1600 relay – 1. Charlo 4:31.15; 4. Hamilton 4:39.88; 6. Florence 4:50.72

100 hurdles – 1. Britney Chilcott, Ste, 16.12;

300 hurdles – 1. Aspen Runkel, Char, 49.43; 3. Keeley Ehmann, Dar, 51.47; 6. Kylie Kinnaman, Flo, 54.5

Javelin – 1. Dawn Blevins, Cha, 120-7; 2. Chilcott, Ste, 119-11; 3. Breanne Luedeche, Cor, 100-1; 4. Kathryn Briggs, Cor, 99-10; 5. Katie Landis, Cor, 98-7;

Shot-put – 1. Megan Kratofil, Ham, 33-1; 3. Carlie Jessop, Cor, 4. Jessica Lewis, Cor, 31-10; 32-2.5; 5. Michaela Wood, Cor, 30-5.5;

Discus – 1. Kratofil, Ham, 112-1; 2. C. Jessop, Cor, 110-5; 3. Courtney Albright, Cor, 106-10; 4. Delaney Hanley, Alb/Jessica DesJarlas, Flo, 103-2; 6. Natalie Liechty, Ham, 95-2.

Long jump – 1. Lakyn Connors, Cor, 15-11.25; 3. Katlynn Frost, Cor, 14-6.5; 4. Keeley Ehmann/Tori Johnston, Dar, 14-5;

Triple Jump – 1. Hannah Porch, Flo, 35-0; 3. Sami Kratofil, Ham, 31-11; 4. Bre Orr, Ham, 30-6.5;

High jump – 1. Rachel Hoyt, Cha, 4-8; 4. Katie Malachnski, Ste, 4-8; 6. Jordan Miller, Cor, 4-6

Pole Vault – 1. Aspen Evans, Cor, 10-0; 2. Camie Westfall, Ham, 10-0;

 

Boys

Team scores – Stevensville 93, Charlo 88, Corvallis 75, Florence 54, Darby 51, Hamilton 48, Powell County 41, Lincoln 24, Drummond 20, Superior 11, Alberton 8, Seeley 7

100 – 1. Darius Pool, Dru 11.09; 2. Josh Lords, Ste, 11.43; 3. Wes Porter, Ste, 11.62; 5. Jonathon McLane, Ham, 11.68; 6. Carson Stevens, Ste and Jesse Sims, Ste, 11.81

200 – 1. Stephen Delaney, Cha, 22.69; 2. J. Lords, Ste, 23.69; 4. Dylan Reynolds, Flo, 23.88; 5. Matt Turley, Ham, 23.9; 6. Jesse Sims, Ste, 24.02

400 – 1. Jacob Senecal, PCHS, 51.93; 2. Colby Henderson, Cor, 52.37; 4. Brady Blomquist, Flo, 53.11; 6. Jayden Casey, Ste, 54.99

800 – 1. Madison Bolton, Flo, 2:06.05; 2. Jake Purlee, Cor, 2:09.1; 3. Austin Lords, Ste, 2:10.87; 4. Ben Reynoso, Cor, 2:13.59; 6. Porter Jessop, Cor, 2:16.04

1600 – 1. Doug Raymer, Dar, 4:29.0; 3. Chase Stoker, Cor, 4:39.78; 3. Madison Bolton, Flo, 4:51.4; 5. Josh Moore, Cor, 4:59.81; 5. Sean Hansen, Dar, 4:59.83; 6. Porter Jessop, Cor, 5:04.0

3200 – Sean Hansen, Dar, 11:18.71;

400 relay – 1. Corvallis 45.65; 2. Florence 45.96; 3. Darby 46.75;

1600 relay – 1. Darby 3:35.21; 2. Florence 3:36.28; 3. Hamilton 3:41.84;

110 hurdles – 1. Stephen Delaney, Chr, 14.87; 3. Raymond Jessop, Cor, 16.5; 4. Jaydin Casey, Ste, 16.93;

300 hurdles  – 1. Delaney, Cha, 39.97; 2. Dylan Reynolds, Flo, 40.29; 3. Kris Cleveland, Ham, 43.84;

Javelin – 1. Raymond Jessop, Cor, 169-7; 2. Seth Ray, Ham, 156-0; 3. Cougan Kidd, Dar, 142-4.5; 5. J. Lords, Ste, 140-0;

Shot put – 1. Jesse Sims, Ste, 46-0;

Discus – 1. Seth Ray, Ham, 135-10; 2. Jimmy Henderson, Cor, 132-2; 3. Colton Johnston, Dar, 131-2; 4. James Weidow, Cor, 125-10; 5. Jesse Sims, Ste, 123-10.

Long jump – 1. Josh Haynes, Ste, 21-0, 2. J. Lords, Ste, 20-5; 4. Carson Stevenss, Ste, 19-11.5; 6. Stuart Landis, Cor, 19-7.

Triple jump – 1. Josh Haynes, Ste, 43-3; 2. Abe Westfall, Ham, 41-11.5; 3. Dylan Reynolds, flo, 40-3.5; 4. Stevens, Ste, 39-6.5; 5. Jaydin Casey, Ste, 49-1.

High jump – 1. Stephen Delaney, Cha, 5-10; 3. Haynes, Ste, 5-8; 3. Josh Bauder, Ham, 5-8; 4. Emmett Stoker, cor, 5-8;

Pole Vault – 1. Webb O’Neil, Cha, 12-0; 5. Westfall, Ham, 11-0

 

One Response to Track season hits stride
  1. Marc L. Ball
    April 18, 2012 | 5:06 am

    Kyle Balls jump was his PR and the Victor school record. Also the third best jump in the state so far this year in all classes.

Leave a Reply

Please type the characters of this captcha image in the input box

Please type the characters of this captcha image in the input box

Wanting to leave an <em>phasis on your comment?