Friday and Saturday
At Rocky Mountain HS, Meridian
Area returning state placers: Boys – Cody Curtis, Coeur d’Alene (1,600, state champ; 3,200, state champ); Austin Funk, Post Falls (discus, 4th); Carlos Martinez, CdA (100, 7th); Nick Gosselin, Lake City (400, 5th); Zack Linscott, LC (high jump, 2nd). Girls – Morgan Struble, CdA (100 hurdles, 2nd; 300h, state champ); Allison Meehan, PF (triple jump, 5th); Madison Seaman, CdA (discus, 2nd; shot put, 4th); Kierstie Shellman, LC (pole vault, 3rd); Leanne Aspeer, LC (200, 5th); Brittany Tackett, CdA (400, 6th); Wednesday Walton, PF (100h, 7th; 300h, 7th); Brittany Pope, LC (hj, 3rd); Tori Bertsch, PF (hj, 4th); Dani Failor, PF (hj, 8th).
At Middleton High School
Area returning state placers: Boys – Wade Schumaker, Moscow (110h, state champ). Girls – Jordan Ward, Lakeland (hj, state champ); Nikole Alamillo, Sandpoint (discus, 8th).
At Eagle HS, Meridian
Area returning state placers: Boys – Micah Krmpotich, Bonners Ferry (3,200, 2nd; 1,600, 5th); Brian Cronnelly, Timberlake (110h, 2nd; hj, 5th); Garret Wendt, Kellogg (hj, 4th); Rock Stapley, BF (100, 4th; 200, 4th); Chris Spiers, Kell (100, 3rd; 200, 8th); Ryne Stull, Kell (400, 7th); Cody Seaton, Kell (lj, 5th); Zack Ward, TL (300h, 6th). Girls – Rachel Ward, TL (100h, 2nd; 300h, 2nd); Sam Simmons, TL (pv, state champ); Anika Blackmore, BF (hj, 5th); Taylor Sheppard, Kell (100h, 7th; 300h, 7th; hj, 7th); Steffie Pavey, Priest River (800, 4th); Brooke Nowlan, TL (1,600, 5th; 3,200, 4th); Lauren Cooper, Kell (discus, 5th); Lily Weske, Kell (pv, 5th); Hunter Rainio, Kell (pv, 7th); Amber Trantum, PR (lj, 8th).
At Centennial HS, Meridian
Area returning state placers: None.
At Mountain View HS, Meridian
Area returning state placers: Boys – Grayden Myhre, Kootenai (pv, 3rd); Brandon Carman, Koot (300h, 3rd); Brandon Smith, Lakeside (110h, 7th). Girls – Olivia Kincheloe, Koot (pv, 6th); Kendall Walton, Koot (100, 5th); Kami McKinnon, Mullan (200, 8th); Kiana Aros, Wallace (hj, 8th).
sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.