Team Scores After Friday
1 Lingle-Ft. Laramie – 75
2 Farson-Eden 44
3 Upton 40
4 Little Snake River 36
5 Cokeville 35
1 Cokeville 59
2 Encampment 55
3 Kaycee 49
4 Ten Sleep 44
5 Upton 37
6 Farson-Eden 29
1 Pine Bluffs 61.2
2 Thermopolis 39
3 Niobrara 33.2
4 Southeast 30
5 Rocky Mountain 29
6 Kemmerer 25
8 Lyman 17
12 Big Piney 13
1 Lyman 47
2 Thermopolis 46
3 Big Horn 45.5
4 Pine Bluffs 31.5
5 Southeast 29
6 Big Piney 25.5
7 Kemmerer 25
1 Cody 67.5
2 Star Valley 57
3 Lovell 31
3 Buffalo 31
5 Douglas 30
10 Pinedale 16
14 Mountain View 3
1 Cody 63
2 Jackson 53
3 Buffalo 41`
4 Powell 39
5 Newcastle 30
7 Mountain View 16
15 Pinedale 3
1 Kelly Walsh 59
2 Cheyenne Central 56
3 Campbell County 40.5
3 Laramie 40.5
5 Cheyenne South 36
10 Rock Springs 18
12 Green River 1
1 Natrona 78
2 Campbell County 59
3 Cheyenne East 48
4 Cheyenne Central 36
5 Green River 31
6 Rock Springs 27
The Lady Tiger 4×100 team of Emma Lapp, Lyndzie Kroupa, MaKenzie Kroupa and Bobbi Parker were one of the favorites heading in. At the finish line it was Campbell County by a nose over Rock Springs 48.98 to 49.39.
The Lady Tigers had a strong 800 meters led by Bailee Radakovich who brought home third. She ran a 2:23.57 coming in just behind Natrona’s Molly Olsen whose time of 2:21.99 took the win. Sheridan Klingernsmith finished in sixth with Jenae Rameriz coming home in 12th.
Bobbi Parker is set up for another shot at gold in the 100 meters. She ran the fastest time on Friday with a 12.09. Emma Lapp finished in the 16th spot.
Lyndzie Kroupa ran a 47.02 to qualify in the fourth spot for the 300-meter hurdle finals on Saturday. Jenae Rameriz finished in the 12th position.
Selena Cudney brought home in the bronze medal in the long jump of Friday with a distance of 17-00.75. Natrona’s Kaitlin Barnes took the top spot with a jump of 17-03.75.
MaKenzie Kroupa will line up in the 400 meters on Saturday. She ran a 1:00.88 to qualify in the eighth position. Jenae Rameriz finished in the 15th position.
Preston Portillo had another solid run on Friday bringing home the bronze medal in the 800 meters. He ran a time of 1:58.47 which was about three seconds off the lead time set by Elliott Miller of Central. Joe Depoyster finished in 15th for the Tigers.
The Tiger 4×100 team of Marcus Kalista, Hunter Hanson, Oaklan Jenkins and Mathew Vesco posted a time of 44.52 to take seventh.
Brenden Lapp finished with a tenth-place finish in the pole vault. In the shot put, Dylen Turcato finished in the 12th spot.
Kell Ransom finished 13th in the triple jump finals. In the 300-meter hurdles, Trent Rasmussen finished in 12th followed by teammate Erick Salcido in 16th.
Josie Givens was close in the 800 meters bringing home the silver medal. Her time of 2:23.01 was just off the leader’s time of 2:21.99. Natrona’s Molly Olsen took home the title.
Emily White would also just miss a state title on Friday. She would finish with silver in the discus with a throw of 123-05. Cosette Stellern of Cheyenne East took the title with a distance of 135-04.
Eliza Morin will chase 300-meter hurdle gold qualifying in the sixth spot on Friday.
Hunter Spartz finished 10th in the shot put with a throw of 44-04.75. Cole White came home in the 11th position in the 400 meters.
Branden Reichl just missed a top-ten finish in the 800 coming in 11th. Andri Dewey finished 11th in the 100-meters and 13th in the 400 meters on Friday. Drew Wilson finished 17th in the triple jump finals. Chance Hofer finished 15th in the 300-meter hurdles. Aaliyah Brady finished in 17th in the long jump.
A throw of 118-08 in the discus finals gave Pronghorn Clancy Gines the silver medal. Taylor Rouse of Kaycee took the title with a throw of 152-09. Pronghorn Ryan Curtis finished 14th.
Lain Mitchelson followed his Thursday state title with a third in the 800 meters. His time of 2:07.20 was about three seconds off the leader. Carter Malec finished in seventh and Braxton Applequist finished in 15th.
The 4×100 ladies relay team of Sierra Brunkhardt, Carley Griffin, Kenzi Reen and Maizee Thoren just missed a title. The finished with a time of 53.66 to cross the line in the second position. Upton took the title with a 51.37.
The Pronghorn 4×100 team of Cody Sloan, Clancy Gines, Eddie Barlow and Thomas Rezzonico ran a time of 47.51 to finish in the fifth spot.
Sierra Brunkhardt followed her state title on Thursday qualifying for the 100-meter finals. She ran a time of 13.36 to finish in the sixth position. Maizee Thoren just missed the finals coming in ninth with aa 13.57.
Kenzi Reed will go for gold in the 300-meter hurdles. She qualified in the seventh spot with a time of 51.54.
Lady Pronghorn Carly Griffith finished fifth in the high jump with a jump of 4-08.00. Megan Owen finished in ninth. Giffith also had a top ten in the discus coming in ninth. Thoren was back in action in the triple jump and with a distance of 30-10.25 placed seventh overall.
Carter Malec finished in tenth in the 400 meters. Thomas Rezzonico finished 14th in the 300-meter hurdles and 16th in the 100 meters on Friday.
Amy Ogle stepped up and threw the shot 38-00.50 to take the 2A shot put state title on Friday. Trista Stees of Southeast was second with a distance of 37-00.75.
Kelly Rexanna brought home another title in the 800 meters. Her time of 2:23.06 was two seconds ahead of Jules Ward of Thermopolis. She will also go for Saturday gold in the 400 on Saturday qualifying in the fifth position on Friday.
The Rangers had two in the top ten in the 800 meters. Louis Failoni finished sixth and Lukas Mathews finished in ninth.
Ranger Noah Johnson just missed qualifying for the 400 finals crossing the line in 11th.
Jordan Van Der Zalm finished in 12th in the high jump and 16th in the 100 meters. Connor Bateman finished 15th in the high jump. Evan Finlaysen finished 18th in the high jump.
Brooklynn Hagler finished 12th in the 300-meter hurdles.
In the triple jump, Tanner Plowman would finish in 11th and Evan Finlaysen would finish in 15th. Colton Rydstrom finished 14th in the shot put followed by teammate Anthony Tibbetts in 15th
Zoey Elliot finished in the seventh-position in the 800-meter finals. Tate Hughes brought home a 13th place finish in the 800 meters.
Big Piney will have two chances at state gold in the 100 meters. Grace Tanner qualified in the fourth position and Rachel Forrester finished seventh. Clara Mager came home in 16th on Friday. On the boy’s side, Chancy Hunt qualified for the 100 finals in the eighth spot.
Mckenzi Davidson will go for 400 gold after qualifying in the top position with a time of 1:01.56. Teammate Zoey Elliot finished 12th overall.
The ladies of Big Piney will have a good shot at 300-meter hurdle gold as three qualified for the finals. Tanner finished in the second spot, Liberty Runyan crossed in fifth and Emily Taylor finished in seventh. Puncher Zane Meisner will also be in the 300-meter hurdle finals on the boy’s side. He posted the best time in the qualifying rounds finishing with a 42.21.
The ladies 4×100 team of MC Butner, Clara Mager, Liberty Runyan, Rachel Forrester finished seventh. On the boy’s side, the 4×100 team of Devin Hughes, Zane Meisner, Chancy Hunt and Syatt Quintard ran a 46.21 to cross the line in fifth overall.
Devin Hughes will also chace 400 gold on Saturday qualifying in the eighth position. William Shafer just missed a top ten in the shot put finishing in 11th with a throw of 42-06.50
Joby Banks would finish in 14th in the triple jump.
Charles Lallatin ran a time of 2:01.20 in the 800-meter finals on Friday to bring home the state title. He just edged out Southeast’s Chase Lovercheck who posted a time of 2:01.22.
McKinley Bradshaw continued her strong state meet with a third-place finish in the shot put on Friday. She also brought home a fifth-place finish in the 800-meter finals with a time of 2:28.21. She will go for gold in the 300-meter hurdles on Saturday qualifying in the fourth spot with a time of 49.49.
On Saturday, Bradshaw will chase 400 gold qualifying in sixth. Emily Jackson finished in the 16th spot.
Preston Quinney would lead the way for Lyman in the triple jump coming home in the fifth position. Max Turner would finish in 16th. Quinney would also finish 15th in the 100 meters. Emily Jackson finished 15th in the long jump.
Hannah Behunin brought home the bronze in the 800 meters with a time of 2:21.36.
Marley Newton will run for a 300-meter hurdle title qualifying in the fourth spot with a time of 47.92. Kelsey Giorgis just missed a spot in the finals crossing the line in ninth. On the boy’s side, Trenton Wells qualified for the 300-hurdle finals finishing in seventh. Spencer Madsen crossed the line in the 16th spot.
The ladies 4×100 team of Lillian Chandler, Lyndee Hereford, Meisha Lawrence and Alyx Wells crossed the line in tenth overall.
Lexi Stoddard finished in fifth in the triple jump with a distance of 33-00.50. Jonathan Anderson finished 12th in the shot put with a throw of 40-05.75. Kolbe Weber finished in the top ten in the triple jump coming in ninth. Macy Rinker would come in 14th in the discus on Friday.
Zach Winer tied for the top qualifying time in the 100-meter dash. Winer and Wheatland’s Roman Smith both finished with times of 11.14. Courtney Campbell just missed joining Winer in the finals. Campbell crossed in a time of 11.46. Buffalo’s Marc Wodahl grabbed the final qualifying spot with a time of 11.45.
Winer almost jumped to a title in the triple jump. His jump of 42-05.00 gave him the bronze medal. Tyrel Leman of Douglas took the title with a jump of 44-01.00.
The Wrangler 4×100 team of Courtney Campbell, Teagan Pennock, Andres Quezada and Zach Winer was in the hunt all day. In the end, their time of 45.26 put them in fourth, two seconds of the top time. Sheree Rule would tie for 12th in the discus would a distance of 85-11.
The Lady Wranglers had two finish in the top 15 in the triple jump. Alexis Cabrera finished in 10th followed by Madison Friend in 12th.