State Indoor Track and Field 2015
Several state records fell in this year's event.
Several state records were broken in the individual events.
The Gillette girls ran away with the team title with 154 points to 4-peat as champs. Natrona was a distant 2nd with 69. Laramie was third at 66.
The boy's race was a lot closer. Natrona beat Laramie by a half a point, 89 to 88.5, and repeat as champs. Central was third at 78.
Mikayla Pzinski of Gillette won the 55 and 200 meter dashes. Pzinski was also on the winning 4 x200 relay. Her teammate, Sydney Wendt, won the 800 and 1600 meters and was on the winning 4 x 800 relay. Wendt set a new state record in the 1600 beating the time of former lady Camel Tabitha Simmons set last year.
That 4 x 200 relay team set a new record. Pzinski raced to first and the record with Olivia McCann, Kaylee Hove, and Kassidy Wanke.
Laramie's 4 by 400 girls relay team was first and set a new state record. We are efforting the names of that foursome.
Sheridan's Peyton Bomar won the triple and long jumps.
For the boys, Carlos Salcido of Rock Springs set 1 new state record (55 meter dash) and tied another (400 meter dash). He was 2nd in the 200, after winning the preliminaries. He was also on the state champion 4 x 400 relay. He set a new state record in the 55 beating Stephen Michel's time from Laramie by .01. Carlos ran a 6.50 and Michel's time in 2008 was 6.51. In the 400, he would tie Clay Carlson's record of 50.17.
Chase Anderson of Natrona ran a 22.29 in the 200, breaking Michel's record of 22.55.
KW's Hunter Davila won the 800 and 1600.
Gillette's Walker Newell was the 55 hurdle champion along with winning the pole vault.