CdA sweeps track titles

The Coeur d’Alene boys and girls claimed titles at the Idaho 5A Region I track and field meet Saturday at Lewiston.

Makenzie Baker, Jake Jermyn, Samuel Lee, Mike Dunton and Addison Johnson all won events for the Vikings boys.

Baker won the long jump with a leap of 21 feet, 11 1/2 inches. Jermyn won the pole vault at 12-10 and Lee the high jump at 6-5.

Dunton won the 800 meters in 1 minute, 56.63 seconds, and Johnson won the 100 in 11.24.

The Lake City boys were second, followed by Lewiston and Post Falls.

The Coeur d’Alene girls had three individual wins.

Krista Story won the 1,600 in 5:11.90, Josie Brown the 3,200 in 11:32.28 and Makayla Strand the pole vault at 10-6.

Idaho 4A Region I

Sandpoint won the boys title and Moscow edged Sandpoint for the girls crown at Lewiston.

Sam Levora won the 1,600 (4:19.30) and 3,200 (9:48.05) to lead the Bulldogs boys.

The Moscow boys were second and Lakeland was third.

The Moscow girls won all four relay events to edge Sandpoint. The Bears finished with 77 points, one more than the Bulldogs.

Winning individual events for Moscow were Joelle Stephens (100; 13.13), Natalie McDaniel (800; 2:30.91), Georgia Filler (300 hurdles; 47.91), Chloe Quinnett (shot put; 34-3 1/2) and Julianne Bledsoe (pole vault; 9-10).

Idaho 3A District 1

Kellogg’s Garret Wendt won three events at the 3A District I meet at Spirit Lake.

Wendt claimed the title in the high jump (6-2), long jump (20-8 1/2) and 400 meters (50.95).

He was also second in the 200 (23.20), finishing behind Chase Blayne of Timberlake (23.07).

The top three individuals in each event and top relay teams earned a spot at the state meet.

Timberlake’s Ryan Richardson won the 1,600 (4:47.83) and 3,200 (10:28.02).

The Tigers also won all four relay races.

For the girls, Priest River’s Steffie Pavey won the 800 (2:30.53), 1,600 (5:41.84) and 3,200 (12:33.47).

Timberlake freshman Anna Gardom won the 200 (26.58) and 400 (1:00.64).

Idaho 2A Region I

Grangeville won the boys and girls titles in Kamiah. The Orofino boys were second and St. Maries was third.

St. Maries’ Rhett Ryle won the 800 in 2:06.04 and finished second in the 400 in 52.33. The Lumberjacks’ Luke Feasline was the shot put champion with a toss of 44-6.75.

The St. Maries girls finished fourth.

Idaho 1A Region I

Kamiah won the boys title and Logos claimed the girls title at Kamiah.

The Kootenai boys were fourth, Wallace was ninth, Lakeside was 14th, Clark Fork was 16th and Mullan finished 18th.

Kootenai’s Carter Naperiala (pole vault; 12-6) and Matthew Speelman (110 hurdles; 16.95) won.

Katey Mae McInturff won the pole vault (9-6) and finished third in the 400 (1:03.58) for the Kootenai girls.

District 7 1A

Freeman had one event champion, but scored enough team points to claim the district title in Newport.

The Scotties’ Jacob Lara won the 110-meter hurdles in 16.45.

Medical Lake was second, followed by Lakeside and Riverside.

Chewelah’s Adam Collins won the long jump (19-4 1/2), triple jump (41-11) and high jump (6-2).

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) had two double-event winners. Ryan Coffman took first place in the 1,600 (4:36) and 3,200 (10:08) and Micah Humann won the shot put (43-4 1/4) and discus (132-6).

Medical Lake’s Tellas Johnson won the 100 (11.14) and 200 (22.77).

Lakeside won the girls title.

The Eagles’ Lindy Jacobson and Sofia Marikis finished 1-2 in both the 1,600 and 3,200.

Also winning events for Lakeside were Katie Collins (300 hurdles; 50.11), Jenna Widman (shot put; 36-1 1/4) and Samantha Blake (pole vault; 9-6).

Riverside was second, followed by Chewelah, Freeman, Medical Lake, Newport and Kettle Falls.

Newport’s Arielle Walden won the long jump (16-11) and triple jump (36-9 1/2). Medical Lake’s Amarah Nicholson won the 100 (12.90) and 200 (26.40).

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