Led by Jade Wilson and Daniel Amann, the Deer Park boys cruised to the District 7 2A track title Friday at West Valley.
Amann followed up Thursday’s win in the 1,600-meter run with wins in the 800 and 3,200.
Amann won the 800 in 1 minute, 58.54 seconds, narrowly edging East Valley’s Cade Hartshorn. He then won the 3,200 in 9:34.73.
Wilson won the 200 in 22.83 seconds and won the 110-meter hurdles (15.13) and the 300-meter hurdles (39.16).
West Valley was second, followed by East Valley and Cheney.
East Valley won the girls title despite winning only three events. The Knights’ Alyssa Harmon and Brittany Dugger followed Darbi Dobson’s discus victory on Thursday with wins.
Harmon claimed the title in the 100-meter dash (15.36) and Duggar was the 100-meter hurdles champion (15.36).
Cheney was second, followed by Pullman and West Valley.
The top two individuals in each event advance to a subregional next week in Prosser.
• Brittany Pope, Kasey Widmyer and Kassie Whitcomb all won events and the Lake City girls hold a slim lead over Coeur d’Alene after the first day of the 5A Region I meet in Lewiston.
Pope won the high jump after clearing 5 feet. Widmyer was the triple jump champion with a leap of 36-1 and Whitcomb dominated the discus with a toss of 114-1, more than 15 feet better than second-place finisher Ryann Carlson, also of Lake City.
Makayla Strand was Coeur d’Alene’s lone individual champion. She won the pole vault, reaching a height of 10-6.
The Coeur d’Alene boys hold a comfortable lead over Lewiston after the first day.
The Vikings’ Samuel Lee cleared 6-5 to win the high jump. Coeur d’Alene’s Jake Jermyn won the pole vault (12-10) and Makenzie Baker was the long jump champion (21-11 1/2).
• Sandpoint’s Sam Levora took the title in the 3,200 and the Bears held a slim lead over Moscow at the 4A Region I meet in Lewiston.
Levora finished in 9 minutes, 48.05 seconds, well ahead of Moscow’s Isaac Berger (10:37.98).
For the girls, Sandpoint’s Lani Wahl won two events to put the Bulldogs in first place after the first day.
Wahl won the long jump (16-0) and triple jump (33-5).
Action continues today.
Dalton Sommer struck out 15 in a dominating no-hitter and Priest River topped Bonners Ferry 5-0 in a 3A District I game at Spirit Lake.
Sommer gave up two walks. The Spartans play Friday’s Kellogg-Timberlake winner today for the title.
Pullman had two boys and two girls singles players win quarterfinal matches to reach today’s semifinals at the District 7 2A match at Washington State University in Pullman.
Pullman’s Curtis Jeffery beat West Valley’s Zach Smith 6-0, 6-4 and will play Clarkston’s Ryan Adams today. Adams advanced with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Pullman’s Spencer Tilton.
The other semifinal will be between Pullman’s Miles Saul and West Valley’s Chris Myers, who both won their quarterfinals matches.
For the girls, Cheney’s Katelynn Smedley responded after a second-set loss and beat West Valley’s Brittany Fetters to reach the semifinals. She’ll play Pullman’s Stephanie Her, who beat Clarkston’s Amanda Walker, today.
East Valley’s Callie Hanson and Pullman’s Viktoria Khalioullina also won and will play today in the semifinals.
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