PhotoFest: Pine Bluffs/SEWAC Track Meet
The conditions were nice for a track meet in Pine Bluffs on Saturday for the SEWAC event. These athletes getting ready for the regional meets that will be coming up on Friday and Saturday. On the boy's side of things, Ryan Clapper of Southeast put on a show as he took first in the 100-meter dash in 11.29. first in the 200 in 22.50 and 2nd in the 400. His 4x100 relay team hit the tape first and broke a meet record in the process. Another guy who had a nice meet was Kyland Fuller of Lingle who won the 400 in 50.04 and the 800 in 2.13.23. His teammate Myles Wilson prevailed in the 1600 meter run in 5.09.29 and the 3200 in 11.14.52 Carson Rabou from Pine Bluffs won 2 events, running 16.96 in the 110 hurdles and clearing 11 feet in the pole vault. His teammate Reed Thompson was a double winner, going 20-3 in the long jump and 41-6.5 in the triple jump.
Also on the boy's side, Louden Bremer of Lingle ran 42.21 to win the 300 hurdles, Filip Zedek of Glenrock placed first in the pole vault at 5-8, Dylan Molzahn of Lusk threw 49 feet even to win the shot put while Boyd Oliver from Lingle threw 127-10 to win the discus. In the rest of the relays, Lingle won the 4x400 and the 1600 medley with Lusk winning the 4x800. In the boy's team standings in the SEWAC meet, Lingle was first with 172, Pine Bluffs 2nd with 151, and Southeast 3rd with 92.
For the ladies', Alexis Depaulitte of Pine Bluffs had a great day in the distance races as she won the 800 in 2.49.69 and the 1600 in 6.15.36. The 3200 winner was Natalie Speckner of Lingle in 15.10.24. Melody Zumbrennan of Lusk won a couple of events, the 200 meters in 27.81 and the long jump at 18-5. Grace Zumbrennan of Lusk ran 1.04.68 to win the 400. In the hurdle events, it was a sweep for Glenrock with Adelaide Williams taking the 100 in 17.50 with Makenzi Partridge winning the 300 in 50/37. Glenrock also won the 4x100 and 4x800 relays with Lingle taking the 4x400 and the 1600 medley.
In the rest of the girl's field events, Jordan Stoddard of Southeast won the high jump at 5-4. Stoddard currently has the best in the state in the high hump at 5-6. Cathy Purdam of Pine Bluffs went 34-5.75 to win the triple jump with Angie Logsdon of Southeast clearing 8-6 to win the pole vault. In the throwing events, Shelby Ekwall had a monstrous throw of 41-6 to win the shot-put and Jessica Hoffman of Pine Bluffs threw 120 feet even to win the discus. In the girl's team standings, Pine Bluffs was first with 140, Glenrock 2nd with 133, and Lingle 3rd with 122.
We have some photographs from Saturday's meet as well as video to share with you. Enjoy!