Friday, May 7, 2010

Mushers, Panthers lock horns for Northside titles

Camas County emerges with a track sweep


Carey’s Shane Bingham (left) and Bryan John of Camas County wage a spirited homestretch run in Wednesday’s 1600-meter final of the Northside Conference Championships at Derrick Parke Memorial Field. Courtesy photo by John Peck

Athletes from Camas County of Fairfield and Carey School battled the breeze and each other Wednesday as the 2010 Northside Conference track and field meet unfolded in Carey. Ten schools competed.

The Musher boys, with 67 points in the field, overcame Carey 150.5 to 150 in the closest team finish imaginable. Camas County snapped Carey's three-year Northside winning streak and took home Fairfield's first boys' championship since 2006.

Winning their fourth consecutive Northside girls' title were the Camas County girls 159 to 145 over Carey. Once again, the field events boosted the deep Mushers—86 points coming in the field compared to just 36 for well-balanced Carey.

Meet officials tallied up the points and crowned high-point winners at the end of Wednesday's meet at Derrick Parke Memorial Field in Carey.

It was a tie for the girls, sophomores Katelyn Peterson of Camas and Micaela Adamson of Carey with 38 points.

Peterson won triple and high jumps, 300-meter intermediate hurdles and finished second to Adamson in the 100m. Adamson swept the 100m, 200m and 400m sprints and was second to Peterson in the triple jump.

High-point boy was Murtaugh senior Manuel Pacheco with 34 points including gold medals in the 200m dash and discus and second in the 100m.

Another big winner was Richfield sophomore Sasha Kent (30.5 points), who won the 800m and 1600m, placed second at 3200 and anchored Richfield's winning medley relay.

Carey (5 golds) and Camas (5 golds) dominated the 17-event girls' meet but the boys' hardware was more evenly distributed—Murtaugh (5 golds), Richfield and Carey (4 golds each) and Camas (3 golds).

Fairfield's Dougless Skinner (shotput) and Erica Phantharasen (long jump) were winners. Carey boasted 4x100m and 4x200m relay victories along with Adamson's wins.

Murtaugh's Humberto Pacheco swept the hurdles, Richfield's Jose Rivas took the long jump and 100m dash, and Carey senior Todd Peck won the shotput by 16 inches. Carey won three of the four boys' relays to amass 38 points there.

Carey and Camas athletes compete for berths in the State 1A track meet May 12-13 on the ISDB track in Gooding. The top four individuals in each event and two relays make it.

Results from Wednesday's Carey meet:

Boys' results

Teams: 1—Camas County 150.5 (13.5 sprints, 13 hurdles, 23 distances, 67 field, 34 relays). 2—Carey 150 (19 sprints, 23 hurdles, 22 distances, 48 field, 38 relays).

3—Murtaugh 82. 4—Richfield 77.5. 5—North Valley Academy of Gooding 82. 6—Magic Valley Christian of Jerome 13. 7—Dietrich 10. 8—The Community School of Sun Valley 1. 9—Bliss and ISDB 0.

100m: 1—Jose Rivas (Rich) 11.50. 3—Dillon Simpson (C) 12.10. 4—Joe Laidlaw (C) 12.30. 5 (tie)—Jake Wise (CC) 12.50. 200m: 1—Manuel Pacheco (Murt) 24.20. 4 (tie)—Mickenzie Boggs (CC) 25.30. 6—Lynn Mecham (C) 25.31. 400m: 1—Alex Heimerdinger (Diet) 54.80. 2—Dillon Simpson (C) 55.10. 3—Mickenzie Boggs (CC) 55.60. 4 (tie)—Derek Walker (CC) 58.40. 6—Cody Lane (CC) 59.10.

800m: 1—Michael Lezamiz (Rich) 2:14.30. 2—Davey Knowlton (CC) 2:20.00. 3—Brett Adamson (C) 2:27.50. 4—Austin Hennefer (C) 2:33.40. 5—Jordan Dilworth (C) 2:48.20. 1600m: 1—Matthew Ellis (Rich) 5:16.70. 3—Shane Bingham (C) 5:40.40. 4—Bryan John (CC) 5:41.20. 6—Liam Donohoe (CC) 6:00.90. 3200m: 1—Rodriguez (Murt) 11:16.60. 2—Bryan John (CC) 11:17.50. 4—Antonio Gamino (C) 12:18.70. 5—Liam Donohoe (CC) 12:26.70. 6—Eric Runkel (CommSchool) 14:35.00.

110m high hurdles: 1—Humberto Pacheco (Murt) 17.00. 2—Joe Laidlaw (C) 18.50. 3—Clayton Moore (CC) 19.50. 4—Shane Bingham (C) 19.70. 5—Cody Lane (CC) 20.70. 6—Andrew Simon (CC) 21.40. 300m intermediate hurdles: 1—Humberto Pacheco (Murt) 43.70. 2—Joe Laidlaw (C) 43.80. 4—Jordan Robles (CC) 50.30. 5—Caleb Cenarrusa (C) 52.20. 6—Dillon Cenarrusa (C) 54.30.

High jump: 1—Andrew Simon (CC) 5-4. 2—Cody Lane (CC) 5-4. 3—Jack Cenarrusa (C) 5-4. 4—Dillon Cenarrusa (C) 5-2. 5—Charles Rivera (C) 5-2. Long jump: 1—Jose Rivas (Rich) 20-0. 2—Austin Walker (CC) 19-3.25. 3—Charles Rivera (C) 19-1. 5—George Simon (CC) 18-0. 6—Mickenzie Boggs (CC) 17-11. Triple jump: 1—Derek Walker (CC) 42-1. 2—Mickenzie Boggs (CC) 39-8. 3—Austin Walker (CC) 37-8. 4—Carlos Robles (CC) 37-5. 5—Clayton Moore (CC) 37-4.75. 6—Charles Rivera (C) 36-6.75. Shotput: 1—Todd Peck (C) 43-8.5. 2—Brad Peck (C) 42-4. 4—Jordan Robles (CC) 35-9. Discus: 1—Manuel Pacheco (Murt) 148-2.5. 2—Blair Peck (C) 121-10.75. 4—Jordan Robles (CC) 104-8.5. 5—Trevor Peck (C) 104-6.25. 6—Brad Peck (C) 102-4.

4x100m relay: 1—Carey (Gonzalo Zarate, Jack Cenarrusa, Antonio Gamino, Lynn Mecham) 48.40. 2—Camas County 48.80. 4x200m relay: 1—Carey (Gonzalo Zarate, Dillon Cenarrusa, Jack Cenarrusa, Lynn Mecham) 1:43.00. 2—Camas County 1:46.40.

Medley relay: 1—Camas County (Jake Wise, George Simon, Andrew Simon, Davey Knowlton) 4:13.50. 2—Carey 4:16.20. 4x400m relay: 1—Carey (Gonzalo Zarate, Patrick Baird, Austin Hennefer, Glen Andrews) 4:10.40. 2—Camas County 4:29.90.

Girls results

Teams: 1—Camas County 159 points (21.5 sprints, 18 hurdles, 8 distances, 86 field, 24 relays). 2—Carey 145 (40 sprints, 14 hurdles, 21 distances, 36 field, 34 relays).

3—Richfield 73. 4—Bliss 49.5. 5—Dietrich 36. 6—Murtaugh 14. 7—ISDB 10.5. 8—Magic Valley Christian 8. 9—The Community School 6. 10—North Valley Academy 0.

100m: 1—Micaela Adamson (C) 13.50. 2—Katelyn Peterson (CC) 13.70. 3—Erica Phantharasen (CC) 14.10. 4 (tie)—Stephanie Moore (CC) 14.70. 200m: 1—Micaela Adamson (C) 28.90. 3—Taylor Whitby (C) 29.90. 5 (tie)—Stephanie Moore (CC) 31.80. 400m: 1—Micaela Adamson (C) 1:05.30. 3—Hailey Rheinschild (CommSchool) 1:13.30. 4—Angelica Zarate (C) 1:15.90. 5—Darian Cantu (CC) 1:14.10. 6—Irina Miller (CC) 1:21.50.

800m: 1—Sasha Kent (Rich) 2:40.80. 2—Taylor Whitby (C) 2:42.00. 4—Megan Stampke (CC) 2:53.70. 5—Amy Ellsworth (C) 3:17.60. 6—Charmaine Kirkland (C) 3:32.20. 1600m: 1—Sasha Kent (Rich) 6:02.10. 4—Jaide Parke (C) 6:22.00. 3200m: 1—Ellie Dalton (Diet) 12:34.30. 3—Jaide Parke (C) 12:54.30. 4—Megan Stampke (CC) 13:28.10.

100m high hurdles: 1—Linsay James (Bliss) 18.70. 3—Erica Phantharasen (CC) 19.10. 5—Nicky Gomez (C) 19.70. 6—Brittani Hulme (CC) 20.10. 300m intermediate hurdles: 1—Katelyn Peterson (CC) 52.40. 2—Nicky Gomez (C) 57.40. 4—Jaide Parke (C) 1:00.40. 6—Brittani Hulme (CC) 1:06.70.

High jump: 1—Katelyn Peterson (CC) 5-4. 2—Jessica Parke (C) 4-10. 3—Brittani Hulme (CC) 4-4. 4—Amy Ellsworth (C) 4-4. Long jump: 1—Erica Phantharasen (CC) 13-11.25. 2—Darian Cantu (CC) 13-5.75. 3—Erika Zarate (C) 13-3. 4—Stephanie Moore (CC) 13-1.25. 5—Brittani Hulme (CC) 13-0.25. Triple jump: 1—Katelyn Peterson (CC) 33-6.75. 2—Micaela Adamson (C) 32-3.5. 3—Stephanie Moore (CC) 29-4.5. 4—Erica Phantharasen (CC) 28-4. Shotput: 1—Dougless Skinner (CC) 27-11.5. 4—Jamie Wise (CC) 25-6. 5—Sierra Sabin (CC) 24-9. Discus: 1—Demsie Butler (Bliss) 74-9. 2—Dougless Skinner (CC) 74-3. 3—McKayla Mecham (C) 67-7. 4—Shurressa Rodriguez (C) 65-8. 5—Jamie Wise (CC) 64-8.

4x100m relay: 1—Carey (McKayla Mecham, Erika Zarate, Nicky Gomez, Angelica Zarate) 57.20. 3—Camas County 1:09.30. 4x200m relay: 1—Carey (McKayla Mecham, Erika Zarate, Angelica Zarate, Taylor Whitby) 1:59.90. 3—Camas County 2:20.10.

Medley relay: 1—Richfield (Tawni Smith, Debbie Silva, Tandra Godin, Sasha Kent) 2:03.90. 2—Carey 2:05.10. 4—Camas County 2:26.10. 4x400m relay: 1—Dietrich (Tramm, Kendra McConnell, Moriah Dill) 5:01.80. 2—Camas County 5:38.00. 3—Carey 6:18.10.




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