Five area competitors set state records during the Washington State Archery Association Championship, held Jan. 9-11 at Spokane Valley Archery.
Duncan Geraghty, age 7, with 323 points; Colton King, 11, with 336 points; and Richard Woodbury, 12, with 326 points, set youth records. Dave Rahmer, with 469 points, and Bill Young, with 596, set adult records.
More than 172 archers shot at four locations in the state. The Spokane Valley competition, conducted by Evergreen Archers, drew 42 competitors who earned first-place trophies.
Other winners were Kevin Madden, Karen Palmer, Marla Lucas, Donella Young, Trevor Moles, Jennifer Woodbury and Sheldon Ahrendt.
Sophomore goaltender Erik Hudson of Spokane was named player of the week after recording his second shutout of the season for Iowa State of the Central States Collegiate Hockey League. Hudson made 23 saves as the Cyclones defeated Western Michigan 3-0 Jan. 17.
Hudson’s goals-against average of 2.18 has contributed to the Cyclones’ 26-5-1 record.
Track and field
George Mathews of Hayden Lake broke the World Masters Men 65-69 age group 20-pound weight throw record with a mark of 63 feet, 5 inches at the Washington State University Open Indoor meet Friday. The old mark of 62-83/4 was held by Hans Rocken of Germany
The Spokane Splash U-17 team, playing up to the U-18 class, placed seventh of 46 teams last weekend at the Fiesta Classic tournament in Phoenix. The team, coached by Mark Westlake, won 8 of 9 matches during the three-day event.
Team members are: Hillary Ayers, Coeur d’Alene; Jaclyn Brim, Mt. Spokane; Haylee Brown and Kate Judge, Gonzaga Prep; Celeste Crosby, Emily Clary and Allyson Hanson, Lewis and Clark; Alex Daggy, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls); Madison Dahlstrom, Mead; Kenzie Graber, Davenport; Kiley Kamitomo, Ferris; and Kim Latwesen, North Central.
Three Washington State female student-athletes were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas Scholar All-West Region team. Kiersten Dallstream, a wildlife ecology major with a 3.48 grade-point average, was named to the University Division first team; Elysse Van Leer, an education major with a 3.44 GPA, was second team; and Maggie Dougher, who has a 3.75 GPA in movement studies, earned honorable mention.
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