The region’s track stars participate in a personal best blitz | Sports

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Emily Collins hasn’t swept away Lewiston High School’s records in her events. But his family did.

The Bengals senior broke a record, tied another and edged closer to her mother’s 200-meter norm on Thursday as track and field athletes exulted in calm, cool conditions in the district champions meet at the Vollmer Bowl.

“It was a really awesome day,” Collins said.

She anchored the Bengals’ 1,600 relay to victory in 4 minutes, 3.32 seconds, landing on the nose of the school record set in 2006. A team that included Ahnika U’Ren, Raeley Beeler and Damaris Stuffle would have been able to grab the record squarely if not for a light rain that fell during the last two hours. But they don’t complain.

“We can handle rain and snow,” Collins said. “The worst is the wind. Honestly, I consider it a very beautiful day.

Team scores are unofficial in this individual competition, but the Lewiston girls racked up plenty of potential points as Dylan Rehder broke personal bests of 22.89 in the 200m and 50.30 in the 400m to give pace to a prolific Moscow men’s team. Rehder also knocked out Lewiston’s Luke Mastroberardino to win the 1600m relay.

Collins, seeing good weather for the first time in weeks, lowered his own school best in the 400 by more than a second to 56.86 and cut nearly a second off his PR in the 200, winning by 25.30 to threaten the timed school grade. of 25 seconds established in 1987 by his mother, the former Tracy Saxton.

“I’m getting there,” Collins warned with a smile.

She wasn’t the only one enjoying the conditions. Fifteen of the competition’s 36 winners have set personal bests, and in total more than 160 have done so.

U’Ren came within 0.01 seconds of 14-year-old Janie Perez’s Lewiston mark in winning the 300 hurdles in 46.52, and Stuffle beat 0.3 of her best in winning the 100 hurdles in 15.45, one of four personal bests. for her.

A grinning Stuffle looked surprised at the time, but said, “I kind of saw it coming. By the end of the year, I really want to hit a high of 14.”

Orofino’s Ruby Kessinger, amid a resurgent senior season, won the girls’ long jump and triples, and the Maniacs’ Reid Thomas continued his great work in the boys’ shot put to win with a 54-5 throw.

The annual meet, which brings together owners of the highest marks in District II, regardless of entry class, gives athletes a chance to lighten their usual meet-day workload and aim for some high points. So Lewiston senior Kobe Wessels, who was already posting breakthrough times in the 1,600 and 3,200m, skipped those events and won the 800m in 1:57.12.

Emerging senior Emmett Brooks of Moscow won the two longer distances, and teammate Zachary Skinner dominated the 110 hurdles and the long jump.

100 — 1. Briggs Duman, Lew, 11.43; 2. Wyatt Johnson, Marmite, 11.48; 3. Rice Brayden, Lew, 11.58.

200 — 1. Dylan Rehder, Mow, 22.89; 2. Wyatt Johnson, Jar, 22.91; 3. Zach Rambo, Pra, 11:35 p.m.

400 – 1. Dylan Rehder, Mos, 50.30; 2. Solomon Howard, journal, 51.58; 3. Luke Mastroberardino, Lew, 51.63.

800 – Kobe Wessels, Lew, 1:57.12; 2. James Stubbers, Lew, 2:01.92; 3. Theo Sentz, Log, 2:05.98.

1600 — 1. Emmett Brooks, Mos, 4:34.19; 2. Isaiah Mitchem, Mos, 4:38.41; 3. Mick Perryman, Mos, 4:38.68.

3200 — 1. Emmett Brooks, Mos, 10:18.4 (h); 2. Korben Bujnicki, Mos, 10:20.5 (h); 3. Isaiah Mitchem, Mos, 10:24.0 (h).

110 hurdles — 1. Zachary Skinner, Mos, 15.46; 2. Caleb Skinner, Mos, 15.80; 3. Brady Cox, Kam, 16.16.

300 hurdles – 1. Caden Toone, Mos, 42.56; 2. Laithan Proctor, Dea, 43.52; 3. Brady Cox, Kam, 43.99.

relay 400 — 1. Lewiston (Lathen, Rice, King, Duman) 45.22; 2. Moscow 45.78; 3. Grasslands 46.21.

Relay 800 — 1. Moscow (Skinner, Tate, Saad, Rehder) 1:33.17; 2. Troy 1:36.04; 3. Dear 1:38.62.

Medley Sprint — 1. Logos (Sundie, Yager, Grieser, Sentz) 3:52.43; 2.Grangeville 3:56.24; 3. Moscow 3:58.41.

relay 1,600 — 1. Moscow (Tate, Latta, Saad, Rehder) 3:31.97; 2. Lewiston 3:32.11; 3. Logos 3:41.38.

High jump — T1. Caleb Skinner, Mos, 5-8; T1. Drew Alldredge, Lew, 5-8; 3. Zachary Skinner, Mos, 5-6.

Pole Vault – 1. Jack Wilkins, Kam, 11-0; 2. Ryan Sackett, Kam, 10-6; 3. Nathan Seegmiller, Mos, 10-6.

Long jump — 1. Zachary Skinner, Mos, 21-5¾; 2. Brady Cox, Kam, 19-6¾; 3. James White, Lew, 19-3¾.

Triple jump – 1. Caleb Skinner, Mos, 43-6; 2. Leon Hutton, Mos, 41-0½; 3. Logan Tate, MB, 40-1½.

Shot Put – 1. Reid Thomas, Oro, 54-5; 2. Thor Kessinger, Lew, 52-0¼; 3. James White, Lew, 44-5½.

Disk — 1. Thor Kessinger, Lew, 146-8; 2. Reid Thomas, Oro, 139-11; 3. Shane Hanson, Pra, 137-0.

100 — 1. Raeley Beeler, Lew, 12.90; 2. Ruby Kessinger, Gold, 1:15 p.m.; 3. Naomi Kessler, Lew, 13.51.

200 – 1. Emily Collins, Lew, 11:30 p.m.; 2. Kristin Wemhoff, Pra, 26.75; 3. Gracie Earl, Lew, 27.70.

400 — 1. Emily Collins, Lew, 56.86; 2. Kristin Wemhoff, Pra, 59.63; 3. Peyton Watson, Mos, 1:01.96.

800—1. Ameera Wilson, Log, 2:28.14; 2. Grace Tiegs, Nose, 2:29.31; 3. Megan Heyns, Mos, 2:30.39.

1600 — 1. Clara Anderson, Journal, 5: 19.28; 2. Sara Casebolt, Log, 5:22.69; 3. Grace Tiegs, Nose, 5:24.94.

3,200 — 1. Grace Tiegs, Nose, 12:30.17; 2. Geneva McClory, Mos, 12:56.24; 3. Christine Hall, Mos, 1:02.50 p.m.

100 hurdles — 1. Damaris Stuffle, Lew, 15.45; 2. Lindi Kessinger, Gold, 16.58; 3. Hannah Marcoe, Mos, 16.64.

300 hurdles — 1. Ahnika U’Ren, Lew, 46.53; 2. Hannah Marcoe, Mos, 46.72; 3. Damaris Stuffle, Lew, 47.48.

Relay 400 — 1. Troy (Raasch, Blazzard, Phillis, Gray) 55.31; 2. Lewiston 53.79; 3. Logos 55.54.

Relay 800 — 1. Prairie (Geis, A. Rehder, J. Rehder, Wemhoff) 1:52.87; 2. Troy 1:53.05; 3. Lewiston 1: 54.95.

Medley Sprint — 1. Logos (Evans, Holloway, Taylor, VanderPloeg) 2:03.18; 2. Meadow 2:02.24; 3. Genesee 2:05.43.

1600 stints – 1. Lewiston (U’Ren, Beeler, Stuffle, Collins) 4:03.32; 2. Moscow 4:13.99; 3. Logos 4:16.25.

High Jump – 1. Grace Beardin, Oro, 4-10; 2. Rose Stewart, Ken, 4-8; 3. Sign Holloway, Journal, 4-6.

Pole Vault — T1. Naomi Taylor, log, 8-0; T1. Camille Landis, Mos, 8-0; 3. Logan Landmark, Kam, 8-0.

Long jump — 1. Ruby Kessinger, Oro, 16-9; 2. Damaris Stuffle, Lew, 16-3; 3. Raeley Beeler, Lew, 16-2½.

Triple jump — 1. Ruby Kessinger, Oro, 35-2; 2. Zayda Loewen, Kam 32-5; 3. Grace Beardin, Oro, 32-3.

Shot put – 1. Soa Moliga, round, 35-11½; 2. Morgan Blazzard, Troy, 35-8; 3. Zoie Kessinger, Lew, 32-6½.

Disc—1, Zoie Kessinger, Lew, 119-8; 2. Alexis Herrera, tower, 115-2; 3. Lindi Kessinger, Gold, 108-7.

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