Lady Tigers Post Strong Saturday Morning Session

Lady Tigers Post Strong Saturday Morning Session
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CASPER – The Rock Springs Lady Tigers had a strong morning session on Saturday with a state title and two, top-three finishes by Lyndzie Kroupa.

Bobbi Parker would bring home a 100 meter state title for Rock Springs in the Saturday morning session. After a strong qualifying run, she would line up on Saturday in the finals. The State Champ posted a time of 12.09 to take the gold. Riley Rafferty of Sheridan was second with a time of 12.40.

Lyndzie Kroupa would have two shots at hurdle gold on Saturday. In the 100 hurdles, Kroupa would cross the line in 15.15 to bring home the silver medal. Natrona’s Lauren Taubert took the title with a time of 14.68.

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Her second shot would be in the 300. Lyndzie would race to a third-place finish with a time of 46.86. Taubert took the top spot crossing in 44.39.

Rounding out the strong morning session was MaKenzie Kroupa. Her jump of 34-09.25 in the triple jump would put her in the sixth position for the championships.


Green River

The Lady Wolves would have one go in the morning session. After qualifying for the finals on Friday, Eliza Morin would chase 300-meter hurdle gold on Saturday. She would post a time of 47.97 to finish in sixth.



Kenzi Reed and Maizee Thoren would both chase gold in the 100-meter hurdles. At the finish line Reed would cross in fourth with a time of 17.33. Thoren would cross in sixth with a time of 17.83. Upton’ Mackinzie Grubbs took the title with a time of 16.17. Reed would finish eighth in the 300-hurdle finals.

Sierra Brunkhardt would post a time of 13.47 in the 100-meter dash to finish in sixth. Upton’s Josie Olson took the title with a 12.72.

Chancy Gines finished 15h in the shot put with a throw of 36-01.75.


Big Piney

Grace Tanner would burn up the track on Saturday to take the 2A 100-meter hurdle state championship. She would pace the field with a time of 15.90. Big Horn’s McKenzie Greeneish finished second with a time of 16.03.

Tanner would go for her second hurdle gold in the 300. She would finish with the silver posting a time of 47.72. Big Horn’s Bailey Bard ran away from the field with a 44.62. The ladies also had Liberty Runyan finish in the fourth position with a time of 50.16 and Emily Taylor finish in sixth with a 52.04.

Tanner was not done yet. She ran a 12.87 to bring home the bronze medal in the 100-meter finals. Teammate Rachel Forrester finished in the seventh position.

The second title for Big Piney would come in the 300-meter hurdles. Zane Meisner crossed the line in 41.48 to take home gold. Zac Pickinpaugh was second with a time of 41.93.

Chancy Hunt would post a time of 11.81 in the 100-meter finals to finish in the sixth spot.



McKinley Bradshaw would bring home a bronze medal in the 300-meter hurdles. She would finish with a time of 49.96 to cross in third.

Peyton Limoges would chase gold in the 100-meter hurdles Saturday morning. Her time fo 17.94 gave her sixth place for the championships. Limoges would finish 13th in the triple jump while teammate Haliee Fanos would jump to a 16th-place finish.


Mountain View

In the 100 hurdles, Marley Newton would post a time of 16.21 to take home fourth place. Newton would also finish fourth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 47.86. Lexi Stoddard finished in a tie for seventh in the high jump with a height of 4-08.00. In the 100 hurdles.

Trenton Wells would post a time of 42.91 in the 300-meter hurdle finals to come home in the sixth position.



After a strong showing Friday, Zach Winer would just miss 100-meter gold. He would cross the line in 11.26 to finish in the second spot. Roman Smith just edged out Winer with a time of 11.15.

Sabrina Gay tied for seventh in the high jump.