The Cokeville Panthers ran away with the 1A Girls West Regional track meet in Shoshoni with a whopping 206 points. Farson was a distant 2nd with 90 and Meeteetse 3rd with 77. Cokeville went 1-2-3-4 in the 110 hurdles paced by Emmie Barnes in 15.66. The Panthers wen 1-2-3 in the 300 hurdles with Emma Teichert winning that in 47.73. Cokeville also posted wins in the 800 Lily Richardson in the 800 in 2.31.91, Janae Teichert in the long jump, clearing 15-9.25 as well as Tana Teichert in the triple jump as she cleared 33-6.5. Rheannon Hawk of Dubois had a nice meet; a first place finish in the 100 in 12.74 and she also won the pole vault clearing 9-6. Meeteetse freshman Miya May was the victor in the 200 with a clocking of 26.86. Reigning state champion Kelli Holliday of Ten Sleep ran 1.02.54 to take the 400 meter dash. Over in the rest of the distance races, Lindsey Holliday of Ten Sleep won the 1600 in 5.53,23 while Aden Scheer of Farson ran 13.31.43 to win the 3200. In the relays, Cokeville won the 4x4 and the 4x8, Meeteetse took the tape in the 4x1 and Ten Sleep won the 1600 medley. In the throwing events, Encampments Noelle Peterson took the podium with a toss of 33-8.5 with Gabby Pitts of Little Snake River threw 102-2 to win the discus. We have a short video of this meet to share with you. Enjoy!