The track and field season and Greybull played host to their annual Bill Gerrard meet on Saturday with some decent weather conditions. For the girls, Carly Reish of Tongue River was a rare 4 event winner as she took the 100-meter dash in 12.84, the 200 with a time of 27.58, plus she won the long jump with a leap of 17-6 and took the high jump at 5-3. Reish is an all-state volleyball player and an all-conference basketball player so she is a solid all-around athlete.

Also on the girl's side, Tongue River's Jane Pendergast won both of the hurdle events. She ran 17.7 in the 100 and 51.56 in the 300. The 400-meter dash winner was Ten Sleep's Lindsey Holiday in 1.03.53. In the distance races, Kiana Swann of Shoshoni won the 1600 and the 3200. She ran 5.56 in the 16 and 12.59.36 in the 32. Addie Pendergast from Tongue River took the tape in the 800 with a clocking of 2.29.65. In the girl's relays, Tongue River took first in the 4x100 and the 1600 medley with Ten Sleep taking the 4x400.

In the rest of the field events, Rocky Mountain's Karley Christensen went 31-4,5 to win the triple jump. Shoshoni's Cloe Ramsey won the discus with a toss of 96-9 with Emma Scammon of Tongue River winning the shot put with a throw of 31-8. Tongue River won the team title easily with 201 points. Rocky Mountain was 2nd and Burlington 3rd.

On the boy's side, Rocky Mountain's Branson Robison placed first in both the 100-meter dash and the 200-meter dash. he ran 11.21 in the 100 and 22.68 in the 200. Boe Nichols of Ten Sleep took the 400 in 51.72. In the 110 hurdles, Kolby Broederlow from Burlington had the best time of the day in 17.08 with Wyatt Trembly won the 300 hurdles in 43.13. In the relays, Rocky Mountain won the 4x100, Ten Sleep the 4x400, and Tongue River took the 1600 medley.

In the distance races, Wyatt Ostler of Tongue River won the 1600 meters in 4.41.94 and the 3200 in 10.26.43. Braeden Cash of Shoshoni took the tape in the 800 with a clocking of 2.13.52, In the field events, Kaden Dower from Western Heritage won the shot and the discus, going 46-10 in the shot and 129-9 in the disk.  Carsyn Weber from Rocky Mountain took the triple jump at 39-4,5 while Garrett Ostler of Tongue River placed first in the long jump at 19-3. Kendrick Beckman of Rocky cleared the bar at 5-11 to win the high jump. In the team standings, Tongue River edged Rocky Mountain 143-141 for first with Burlington 3rd.

Take a look at our video from the Greybull track and field meet on Saturday. Enjoy!

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