Friday, April 2, 2010

Carey girls capture Wednesday’s track meet

Prep roundup


Showing good balance, the Carey High School girls won Wednesday's 10-school prep track and field meet at Gooding's ISDB oval by a 122-99 margin over second-place Camas County of Fairfield.

Sophomore Micaela Adamson won the 200-meter dash, 400m and triple jump, and the Panther girls (22 points sprints, 10 hurdles, 27 distances, 35 field, 28 relays) also captured the 4x200m and medley relays.

Richfield's Sasha Kent, also a sophomore, swept the three distance races. Camas County sophomore Katelyn Peterson won the 300m intermediate hurdles and joined the winning Musher 4x100m relay squad.

In the boys' team race, the Oakley Hornets (145 points) won 11 of the 17 events and out-distanced second-place Camas County (135) by a 70-30 margin in the sprints and hurdles. Carey (101) had 32 points in relays and 27 distances led by 800m winner Dillon Simpson.

Check Wednesday's paper for more complete results. In other recent prep results:

Cutthroat tennis: The Sun Valley girls defeated Gooding 5.5 to 0.5, while Gooding's boys beat the Cutthroats 4.5 to 1.5 at Gooding Wednesday. Sun Valley winners were Tim Kanellitsas, Julianna Lamb, Emma Wilander and Morgan Atkinson in singles; Gabi Perenchio and Frannie Sensenbrenner, Nellie Brown and Audrey Kirk, and Melissa Becker and Torin Tucker in doubles.

Cutthroat golf: In Tuesday's nine-hole meet at Twin Falls Municipal, the Cutthroats (233) came in behind Filer (164), with these individual scores—Tony Martin and Dane Inman 57, Brett Cherry 57, Zach Lindahl 62, Hannah Robideaux 65 and Cameron Jenner 73.




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