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Area roundup: Idaho’s Arphaxad Carroll wins 60 meters and long jump at Idaho Duals

From staff reports

Idaho’s Arphaxad Carroll won the men’s 60 meters at the Idaho Duals indoor track event at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow.

Carroll won with a time of 6.94. Carroll also took top spot in the men’s long jump at 24-9.

In the men’s 200 meters, Jonah Mathews of Eastern Montana won with a time of 22.14. Sterling Reneau of Montana took the 400 in 48.58 and Ben Richardson of Portland state won the 800 in 1:52:73.

In the long distance events, Logan Stahl of Eastern took top honors in the men’s mile, Nathan Stark of Idaho won the 3,000 and Gonzaga’s Bennett Gagnon win the 5,000.

Montana won the men’s 4x400 relay with Idaho in second.

Aaron Cunningham of Eastern won the men’s shot put and weight throw.

On the women’s side, area winners included Idaho’s Kara Story in the mile and Rechelle Meade in the high jump and long jump, and Karina Moreland in the triple jump. Eastern’s Anandae Clark won the pole vault.

Junior hockey

The Columbia Valley Rockies beat the Spokane Braves 7-4 at the Eagles Ice Arena. Spokane jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on goals by Elliot Plourde and Carter Jones but the Rockies scored twice at the end of the first and controlled play from there.

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