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EV’s Fisher continues strong season at Pasco invite

We are coming into the time of the spring track season where numbers begin to pop.

As the weather warms up (IF the weather warms up), the personal-best marks will start to lower. With throwers, don’t be surprised to see those bests be substantially changed. It’s not uncommon to see athletes surpass their previous best by a significant margin.

But before diving into where area throwers and jumpers are as the season nears its midpoint, it’s worth noting an exceptional performance on the track at last weekend’s Pasco Invitational.

East Valley Rodrick Fisher continues to have a stellar spring. Competing at last weekend’s Pasco Invitational, the senior lowered his personal best time in the 100 meters, turning in a 10.62 – the second-fastest time in the state this season at any classification. But he was out-leaned at the tape by Hanford’s Joseph Gauthier, who turned in a 10.61.

Fisher returned the favor in the 200 meters, running the fastest time in the state so far this season: 21.67 seconds, holding off Gauthier’s 21.81.

Shot put

Central Valley senior Carson O’Neill and junior Correy Quinn both set personal best marks at the double dual with Shadle Park, North Central and Gonzaga Prep. O’Neill threw 51 feet, 10½ inches and he’s the only thrower in the league to surpass 50 feet thus far. Quinn, however, is knocking on the door with his PR of 49-9 in the same meet.

Dillon Lionello of Mt. Spokane threw 62-2½ at the Pasco Invitational – the top mark in the state so far this season.

Samara Nelson’s 39-2 at the Eastmont Invitational remains one of the state’s Top 10 best marks, and the CV junior is almost 5 feet better than her nearest competition in the GSL. U-Hi sophomore Kylie Turner has thrown 33-9½.

East Valley’s Nathan Allred threw 49-1 at a meet with Mead and Gonzaga Prep and leads the Great Northern League. Joshua Quirk of West Valley has thrown 47-1.

EV’s Genesis Wilkinson has set the standard in the GNL with a throw of 36-3.


University’s Luke Davis threw 133-3 in a GSL dual meet and CV’s Ryan Terriff and Triston Kelly have thrown 127-2 and 124-5, respectively

Turner has a PR of 111-0 and is within striking distance of Lewis and Clark sophomore Arianna Reeves 117-10½, but Mt. Spokane’s Delaney Warren has thrown 130-10.

Allred has thrown 142-2, but the GNL leader is Chase Reed of Cheney, who has a PR of 147-3. EV’s Adam Kirk has a PR of 132-5.

EV senior Samantha Dale has thrown 108-6 and owns the second-best league mark. Teammate Brianna Michelbook has thrown 101-0.


CV senior Erik Fitzgerald has thrown the javelin 183-1 and is chasing GSL leader Josh Farr of Mead, who threw 191-10 at the Pasco invite.

Sierra Brady of CV has a PR of 127-9, but Mt. Spokane senior Olivia Prewitt has thrown 130-8 and the state’s leading mark is 152-7.

WV’s Dylan Farnham owns the GNL’s best mark by more than seven feet, throwing a PR of 167-1. Brock Winegar of Cheney is his nearest competitor at 159-5.

Chole Chalfant threw 128-5 at the Pasco Invitational, but is a foot behind the league leader.

High jump

The Pasco Invitation featured a spirited competition, and Shadle Park’s Jakobe Ford cleared 7-0 to win it, putting him within an inch of state leader Tyler Cronk, who has cleared 7-1.

CV’s Cameron Ballif has cleared 6-2 and U-Hi’s Jonathan Taylor has cleared 6-0.

Hailey Christopher of CV has the state’s leading Class 4A mark by clearing 5-6.

Jabriel Davis of West Valley has cleared 6-2 and is just an inch behind league-leader Jett Sobotta of Clarkston.

Dallace Johnston and Kassidy Phillpot of EV and WV’s Alexandra Vargas all have cleared 4-10, but the league leader has already gone 5-2.

Pole vault

Mt. Spokane’s Cade Neumann cleared 15-0 at the Pasco Invitational to be become one of only two vaulters to reach that mark this season. U-Hi’s Robert Bates has cleared 13-6.

CV senior Sydney Johnson cleared 10-1 in a GSL meet earlier this season and has the second-best mark in the league behind Ferris’ Jessica Harpel 10-9.

Cole Sherwood of East Valley has the second-best GNL mark, clearing 12-0.

Kristine Shelley of WV has cleared 8-0, but Zoe Lamb of Cheney has cleared 10-6.

Long jump

Ford added a 23-8¼ PR to his performance in the high jump at the Pasco Invitational and is second only to Meridian’s Camden Burgess’ 24-0 among the state leaders.

Connor Moore of CV has jumped 20-9.

LC’s Anna Rogers has one of the state’s top marks at 18-2½, with CV’s Lacie Hull at 17-5. Teammate Hayden McAuliff has jumped 16-10 and twin sister Lexie Hull has jumped 16-7½.

EV’s Jared Hathaway and Isaiah Ervin are in a battle with Dylan Hodge of Pullman for the top spot in the Great Northern League. Hodge has jumped 19-11, Hathaway 19-9½ and Ervin 19-7.

Rachel Cochrane of EV has jumped 16-0 and is just an inch and a half off the league lead.

Triple jump

Moore and Cade Baliff have jumped 39-9½ and 39-3, respectively, but are way behind GSL leader Shamrock Campbell of Ferris, who jumped 44-8

Hannah Sherman of CV has jumped 34-5½.

Cole Hawes of Pullman has jumped 42-4, but EV’s Hathaway is right behind at 41-1¼.

Kailee Hance-Brown of EV jumped 33-8.

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