Women declare first at Bonners Ferry Invitational; boys place second

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BONNERS FERRY — In its closing meet earlier than spring break, the Sandpoint monitor and area crew confirmed out on the Bonners Ferry Invitational on Saturday.

The women captured the crew title whereas the boys completed second to Timberlake.

“Taking a look at our occasions we had been all actually happy with how the youngsters did,” head coach Matt Brass mentioned. “Simply with the ability to decide up a meet earlier than spring break was nice.”

The Bulldogs had been scheduled to tackle Lake Metropolis in a twin this previous Wednesday, however the occasion was canceled resulting from climate. Brass shortly moved to see if they may get into the Bonners Ferry Invite and on Wednesday night time, he received the go-ahead.

Given the brief discover and different causes, a handful of Bulldogs had been unable to take part in Saturday’s meet, together with Rusty Lee, Jett Lucas and Taylor Petz, the newly-crowned faculty file holder within the women pole vault.

In whole, 33 boys and 20 women competed for SHS.

With so few women, Brass mentioned the squad raised some eyebrows when the ultimate outcomes had been introduced and so they discovered that they had edged out host Bonners Ferry 203 to 183.5.

“I believe everybody was actually impressed with what they had been in a position to do with such a small group,” he mentioned.

The gap crew was in a position to rack up loads of factors for the ladies. Within the 800, Sandpoint claimed all three podium spots. Maren Davidson took first within the occasion with a time of two:30.69, at the moment fifth quickest in 4A, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire was second and Ara Clark positioned third. All three ran private bests.

Within the 1600, Sandpoint swept the highest 4 locations. Suhy-Gregoire captured first, Megan Oulman second, Ara third and Grace Rookey, a freshman, was fourth.

Jillian Primgaard grabbed the title within the 400 with a season better of 1:03.88. Camille Neuder ran a 3200 at a meet for the primary time and completed second. Payton Betz was proper behind her in third.

Davidson, Ara and a number of other different distance runners competed in a variety of area occasions, showcasing their decathlete-like versatility.

Ara took third within the discus, besting her earlier PR by greater than 20 ft, and fourth within the pole vault, whereas Davidson positioned third within the lengthy soar and seventh within the pole vault.

Davidson additionally ran a leg on the 4×400 relay crew that positioned first with the fourth-fastest time in 4A. Primgaard, Rookey and Piper Frank had been additionally on the relay.

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“She’s received plenty of vary,” Brass mentioned, “and in order the season goes on it should simply be serving to her establish what she actually likes and what her finest occasions are.”

Future Lyons, a junior, competed within the 300 hurdles for the primary time and secured first. Her time of 51.62 is at the moment third quickest in 4A. Betz was fourth within the occasion.

Freshman Aliya Strock had herself a day, inserting second within the 100 with a PR of 14.15 and second within the lengthy soar with a PR of 14 ft, Three inches. She additionally ran legs within the 4×100 and 4×200 relay. Each relays took second.

Lyons, Frank, and Anna Reinink had been part of these two relays as nicely. Reinink was third within the triple soar and fourth within the 100. Frank earned second within the pole vault, and Lyons tied for fifth within the occasion with Tiffany Brown.

In shot put, Kayla Remsen captured third with a mark of 29 ft, 11.5 inches, fifth finest in 4A. Freshman Ivy Smith tied for fourth within the occasion and was sixth within the discus. Remsen additionally took fourth within the discus.

Quinn Hooper tied for third within the pole vault.

On the boys facet, senior Nikolai Braedt instructed Brass he was feeling a bit underneath the climate, however it didn’t present in his outcomes. He earned first within the 800 and 1600. His time within the 800, a PR, is second finest in 4A and his mark within the 1600 is third quickest.

“When he completed he was like, ‘Yeah, I’m simply not feeling myself and I used to be like, ‘Effectively, that’s a superb signal in the event you’re operating these occasions,’” Brass joked.

Keegan Nelson was proper behind Braedt within the 1600 taking second and Trey Clark was third within the occasion.

Ben Ricks, a junior, confirmed loads of vary by grabbing titles within the 400 and 3200.

“That was his first two-mile that he’s ever run,” Brass mentioned about Ricks, “so he was a bit nervous. Angie [Brass] did a extremely good job of teaching him up on it.”

Within the 400, six of the highest eight finishers got here from Sandpoint. Nelson was fourth and Trey fifth, and freshmen Keane Haesle, Will Jordan and Ethan Barcklay completed sixth, seventh and eighth respectively.

Senior Braden Kappen competed within the lengthy soar for the primary time this season and received the occasion with a leap of 21 ft, 2.25 inches. It’s at the moment the highest mark in 4A and a pair inches away from the varsity file, which he tied on the Sandpoint Open this previous summer season.

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Luke McCorkle earned second within the lengthy soar and Sam Becker positioned first within the pole vault.

Within the 200, Peyton Ennis took residence second and Keyan Strock was fourth. Keyan additionally took fifth within the 200.

Within the 4×100 and 4×200 relays, Keyan, Kappen, Ennis and McCorkle teamed as much as take residence a pair of first-place finishes. Each relays are at the moment ranked third in 4A.

McCorkle, Ennis, Kappen and Ryder Haynes additionally claimed second within the 4×400 relay.

Brass mentioned the dash crew actually loved Saturday’s meet.

“It gave them a meet to actually simply have enjoyable as a relay and put it in on the road,” he mentioned.

Senior Marcus Anderson had a standout day within the shot put and discus, notching PRs in each. He earned second within the shot and third within the discus with a throw that bested his earlier PR by almost 20 ft.

Michael Chapman was third within the shot and fifth within the discus. Carson Laybourne positioned sixth within the shot and Matthew Chapman took sixth within the discus.

Throughout girls and boys, 11 throwers posted PRs for Sandpoint on Saturday.

“The throwers did unbelievable,” Brass mentioned. “Coach Knowles did a extremely good job.”

Heading into spring break, Brass feels the Bulldogs are forward of the place they often are presently of the 12 months due partly to the hotter climate, which allowed them to get outdoors a lot sooner than traditional.

The Bulldogs return to motion on Tuesday, April 13 once they host the Sandpoint Inland Empire League meet.

BONNERS FERRY INVITATIONAL

Sandpoint outcomes

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Timberlake 204.2. 2, Sandpoint 183. Three, Bonners Ferry 159.Four. Four, Priest River 89.Four. 5, Kellogg 12. 6, Troy Three.

100 — 2, Peyton Ennis, 12.16. Four, Keyan Strock, 12.33. 10, Ryder Haynes, 13.06. 22, Tristan James, 14.33. 23, Ben David, 14.38. 26, Sidney Meshberg, 15.00. 200 — 5, Keyan Strock, 25.29. 9, Tristan James, 29.07. 12, Will Jordan, 29.41. 400 — 1, Ben Ricks, 55.32. Four, Keegan Nelson, 56.89. 5, Trey Clark, 57.59. 6, Keane Haesle, 58.50. 7, Will Jordan, 1:00.06. Eight, Ethan Barcklay, 1:02.21. 800 — 1, Nikolai Braedt, 2:03.02. 7, Jimmy Cornelius, 2:23.58. Eight, Daniel Ricks, 2:24.42. 11, Isaac Babin, 2:32.62. 13, Alexander Kingma, 2:35.00. 17, William Dotson, 2:39.66. 18, Davis Goodvin, 2:40.50. 1,600 — 1, Nikolai Braedt, Four:37.91. 2, Keegan Nelson, Four:49.07. Three, Spencer Clark, Four:59.06. 10, Keane Haesle, 5:38.20. 13, Isaac Babin, 5:43.22. 15, Jimmy Cornelius, 5:47.51. 16, Anders Eastley, 5:48.29. 18, Ethan Barcklay, 5:54.42. Three,200 — 1, Ben Ricks, 10:46.29. 7, Josiah Hill, 12:13.17.

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300 hurdles — 6, Ryder Haynes, 52.78. 4×100 relay — 1, Sandpoint (Keyan Strock, Braden Kappen, Peyton Ennis, Luke McCorkle), 45.02. 4×200 relay — 1, Sandpoint (Keyan Strock, Luke McCorkle, Peyton Ennis, Braden Kappen), 1:35.04. 4×400 relay — 2, Sandpoint (Ryder Haynes, Luke McCorkle, Peyton Ennis, Braden Kappen), Three:45.93.

Shot put — 2, Marcus Anderson, 36-2. Three, Michael Chapman, 35-11 ½. 6, Carson Laybourne, 33-½. 9, Nate Blagrove, 30-7. 11, Benjamin Stockton, 28-6 ½. 13, Matthew Chapman, 27-6 ½. 15, Riley Myers, 26-9 ½. Discus — Three, Marcus Anderson, 106-10. 5, Michael Chapman, 80-1. 6, Matthew Chapman, 79-10. 12, Carson Laybourne, 69-Eight. 15, Riley Myers, 65-2. 20, Nate Blagrove, 54-Three. Pole vault — 1, Sam Becker, 10-6. T5, Anders Eastley, Eight-Zero. Lengthy soar — 1, Braden Kappen, 21-2 ¼. 2, Luke McCorkle, 19-1 ¾. 18, Ethan Barcklay, 14-Four ½. 19, Keane Haesle, 14-Four.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Sandpoint 203. 2, Bonners Ferry 183.5. Three, Timberlake 152. Four, Priest River 53. 5, Kellogg 34.5.

100 — 2, Aliya Inventory, 14.15. Four, Anna Reinink, 14.68. 9, Alexandra David, 15.94. 200 — 10, Alexandra David, 32.48. 400 — 1, Jillian Primgaard, 1:03.88. 800 — 1, Maren Davidson, 2:30.69. 2, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire, 2:32.01. Three, Ara Clark, 2:36.16. Eight, Quinn Hooper, 2:51.40. 9, Camille Neuder, 2:53.85. 1,600 — 1, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire, 5:42.63. 2, Megan Oulman, 5:47.68. Three, Ara Clark, 5:49.95. Four, Grace Rookey, 6:09.27. 10, Tiffany Brown, 7:10.11. Three,200 — 2, Camille Neuder, 13:12.07. Three, Payton Betz, 13:27.78.

300 hurdles — 1, Future Lyons, 51.62. Four, Payton Betz, 57.51. 4×100 relay — 2, Sandpoint (Future Lyons, Anna Reinink, Aliya Strock, Piper Frank), 54.85. 4×200 relay — 2, Sandpoint (Future Lyons, Piper Frank, Aliya Strock, Anna Reinink), 1:54.06. 4×400 relay — 1, Sandpoint (Jillian Primgaard, Piper Frank, Payton Betz, Maren Davidson), Four:24.58.

Shot put — Three, Kayla Remsen, 29-11 ½. T4, Ivy Smith, 29-9. Eight, Lauren Harrison, 25-Eight. 9, Stephanie Bishop, 24-Four ½. Discus — Three, Ara Clark, 96-Three. Four, Kayla Remsen, 81-Four. 6, Ivy Smith, 77-5. Lauren Harrison, 69-Three. Pole vault — 2, Piper Frank, Sandpoint, 7-6. Three, Quinn Hooper, 7-Zero. Four. Ara Clark, 7-Zero. T5, Future Lyons, Tiffany Brown, 7-Zero. 7, Maren Davidson, 6-06. Eight, Avery Edmundson, 6-Zero. Lengthy soar — 2, Aliya Strock, 14-Three. Three, Maren Davidson, 13-Eight ¼. 11, Avery Edmundson, 10-9 ½. Triple soar — Three, Anna Reinink, 27-Eight ¼.

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