The best thrower in the Wyoming High School for the girls this season was Lauryn Love from Campbell County. She posted the best distance in the state in the shot-put this season at 47-6.25 and she had the best distance in the discus with a toss of 144-3. At the State Track Meet in Casper over the weekend, Love won the 4A state title in the shot with a throw of 46-11 which was over 5 feet better than her nearest competitor. In the discus with some iffy weather conditions, her best effort was 127-9 and that was good enough to take 2nd place in the competition.

Love has a very bright future and will take her track and field skills to the University of Arizona in the fall. We had a chance to chat with her about the State Meet and her path moving forward.

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