Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Relays lift Carey to success in home track meet

Northside finals are today in Carey


     Success in the relays lifted the Carey High School track and field teams to their best team results of the 2014 season during the 15-school Carey Invitational meet Thursday at Derrick Parke Memorial Field.

     Panther girls (92 points) won three of four relays and amassed 38 points in relays to beat Butte County of Arco (81 points) and Mackay (80) for first place. Camas County of Fairfield (47) was fourth and the Community School of Sun Valley (26.5) placed ninth.

     Castleford’s boys (112 points) separated themselves from the pack with 50 points in the field. But the second-place Carey boys (88) also won three of four relays for 38 points and added 23 in sprints and 23 in field on their home track.

     Taking individual gold medals for Carey were sophomore Medin Cenarrusa in both hurdles events (18.20 seconds, 56.80) and senior Christian Zarate in the 200-meter dash (24.60). The Carey girls and boys captured the 4x100m, 4x200m and 4x400m relays, plus second places in medley.

     Camas County junior Isaac Simon won the high jump (5-10) and triple jump (38-3), while Fairfield senior Taylor Gorringe captured discus (100-4).

     Individual second places for Carey went to Zarate (100m) and Luis Garcia (long jump). Earning seconds for Camas were Erick Peterson (400m), Cale Homer (triple jump) and Gorringe (shotput).

     Taking third places were Carey’s Joe Parke (high jump) and Clarissa Kirkland (long jump), plus Camas’ Hunter Rasmussen (triple jump) and Ariel Reedy (discus).

     Top placings for the Community School were junior Sara Runkel with a fourth in the 400-meter dash and sophomore Ava Mazzoni with a fourth place in the 1600m.

     Two of the top Idaho 1A runners this spring dominated Thursday’s distance events. Dietrich senior Jacob Dalton won the 800m by 14.4 seconds and the 1600m by 31.3 seconds. Butte County freshman Macy Hansen swept the 800m, 1600m and 3200m distance events.

     Other multiple event winners were North Valley Academy’s Samantha Lofgran (100m, 200m), Castleford’s Morgan Shipp (shotput, discus), Dietrich’s Hazen Weber (both hurdles) and Mackay’s Chelbee Rosenkrance (400m, HJ).

     Next: Northside Conference Championships today, Wednesday on the Panther track. Carey, Camas County and Community School point-getting placers from Thursday’s Carey meet, along with complete team scores:

Girls’ results

     Teams: 1—Carey 92 points (6 sprints, 9 distances, 20 hurdles, 38 relays, 19 field). 2—Butte County of Arco 81. 3—Mackay 80.

     4—Camas County of Fairfield 47 (1 sprints, 0 distances, 0 hurdles, 1 relays, 45 field). 5—Castleford 46. 6—Richfield 44.5. 7—North Valley Academy of Gooding 42.5. 8—Dietrich 40.

     9—Community School of Sun Valley 26.5 (12.5 sprints, 11 distances, 0 hurdles, 3 relays, 0 field). 10—Glenns Ferry 24. 11—Jackpot, Nev. 22.5. 12—Shoshone 17. 13—Murtaugh 15. 14—Clark County of Dubois 8. 15—Sho-Ban of Fort Hall 2.

     100m: 5—Clarissa Kirkland (C) 14.1. 7—Daphne Kirkland (C) 14.21. 200m: 8 (tie)—Ava Mazzoni (CommSchool) 31.70. 400m: 4—Sara Runkel (CommSchool) 1:14.40. 5—Luma Randolph (CommSchool) 1:15.70. 6—Katelyn Rathfon (CommSchool) 1:16.70. 8—Jessica Lanier (CC) 1:24.10.

     800m: 7—McKenley Howard (C) 3:19.00. 1600m: 4—Ava Mazzoni (CommSchool) 7:00.60. 7—Lilly Rivera (C) 7:04.80. 8—Natalie Villanueva (C) 7:06.70. 3200m: 3—Annika Landis (CommSchool) 15:55.70. 5—McKenley Howard (C) 16:22.80.

     100m high hurdles: 1—Medin Cenarrusa (C) 18.20. 300m intermediate hurdles: 1—Medin Cenarrusa (C) 56.80.

     4x100m relay: 1—Carey (Daphne Kirkland, Clarissa Kirkland, Arriana Nielson, Kelsey Barker) 55.50. 4x200m relay: 1—Carey (Arriana Nielson, Hailee Johnson, Medin Cenarrusa, Kelsey Barker) 1:59.40.

     4x400m relay: 1—Carey (Shayla Adamson, Medin Cenarrusa, Hailee Johnson, Kelsey Barker) 4:59.60. Sprint medley relay (100, 100, 200, 400): 2—Carey (Daphne Kirkland, Clarissa Kirkland, Lilly Rivera, Kelsey Barker) 2:04:21. 6—CommSchool (Ava Mazzoni, Annika Landis, Katelyn Rathfon, Sara Runkel) 2:15.90.

     Shotput: 2—Taylor Gorringe (CC) 32-1. 4—Ariel Reedy (CC) 30-3. 5—Jessica Lanier (CC) 28-2. Discus: 1—Taylor Gorringe (CC) 100-4. 3—Ariel Reedy (CC) 91-0. 4—Jessica Lanier (CC) 90-4.

     High jump: 6—Shayla Adamson (C) 4-0. Long jump: 3—Clarissa Kirkland (C) 13-9. 4—Hailee Johnson (C) 13-6.75. 8—Hunter Rasmussen (CC) 13-0.25. Triple jump: 3—Hunter Rasmussen (CC) 30-7.25. 5—Natalie Villanueva (C) 28-6.5. 8—Joslyn Taylor (C) 25-8.75.

 

Boys’ results

     Teams: 1—Castleford 112 points (3 sprints, 22 distances, 9 hurdles, 28 relays, 50 field). 2—Carey 88 (23 sprints, 0 distances, 4 hurdles, 38 relays, 23 field).

     3—Dietrich 74. 4—Murtaugh 67. 5—Butte County 54. 6—Clark County 52. 7—Shoshone 49.

     8—Camas County 47 points (16 sprints, 3 distances, 0 hurdles, 0 relays, 28 field). 9—Glenns Ferry 29. 10—North Valley Academy 27. 11—Jackpot 13. 12—Richfield 4. 13—Sho-Ban 2. 14—Mackay 1.

     100m: 2—Christian Zarate (C) 11.90. 8—Isaac Simon (CC) 12.10. 200m: 1—Christian Zarate (C) 24.60. 7—Isaac Simon (CC) 25.70. 400m: 2—Erick Peterson (CC) 57.00. 4—Nick Martin (CC) 59.40. 5—Toby Whitworth (C) 1:00.50. 7—Tyson Mecham (C) 1:01.40.

     800m: 6—Chris Eaton (CC) 2:33.00. 300m intermediate hurdles: 5—Zach Olsen (C) 49.60.

     4x100m relay: 1—Carey (Christian Zarate, Tori Alvarez, Luis Garcia, Joe Parke) 47.90. 4x200m relay: 1—Carey (Zach Olsen, Luis Garcia, Tori Alvarez, Nate Adamson) 1:41.30.

     4x400m relay: 1—Carey (Joe Parke, Collin Whitby, Tori Alvarez, Christian Zarate) 3:49.50. Sprint medley relay: 2—Carey (Tyson Mecham, Collin Whitby, Luis Garcia, Corban Johnson) 4:16.60.

     Discus: 5—Matt Whitworth (C) 119-1.

     High jump: 1—Isaac Simon (CC) 5-10. 3—Joe Parke (C) 5-8. Long jump: 2—Luis Garcia (C) 18-1.25. 6—Joe Parke (C) 17-1. 7—Corban Johnson (C) 16-10. Triple jump: 1—Isaac Simon (CC) 38-3. 2—Cale Homer (CC) 37-10.




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