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April 09, 2013 8:27 am

Panthers place well in Worland

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Boys win, girls second

The Powell High School track and field teams continued to capitalize on unseasonably warm early-season weather to flood the awards stand at the Worland D&D track invitational last Thursday. The Panther boys captured their second meet title of the season while the girls placed second, just nine points out of the top position.

For Powell’s girls, Shawnea Harrington added her name to the Panthers’ state roster with a shot put toss of 35-2, good enough for third place overall in the competition. Harrington also placed third in the discus, an event where she had already earned a spot in the state field.

KaDee Harrison narrowly missed adding a 200-meter qualification for the Panthers, placing second in a time of 26.96 seconds, just 0.06 seconds shy of the time needed to automatically earn a place on the track in Casper come May.

Gretchen Morretti scored the only individual championship of the day as she crossed the finish line as the top performer in the 3200 meters. Morretti won the event in a time of 13:27.91. The Panther girls also earned relay victories in the 4x400 and the 4x800 events.

Powell also had a number of second-place performances. In addition to Harrison’s performance in the 200 meters, the Panther girls had runner-up finishes from Megan Wagner in the 300-meter hurdles, Anissa Warner in the high jump, Brooke Lensegrav in the triple jump and Tori Sleep in the discus.

In all, the Panther girls picked up 145.25 points. That was enough to outpace everyone but the host Warriors of Worland, who finished with 154.25 points. Cody was a distant third in the standings with 90.75 points.

On the boys’ side, the Panthers picked up a new state qualifier in the pole vault as Brendon Phister finished as the meet runner-up with a clearance at 12-6. Teammate Hayden Cragoe, already a state qualifier in the pole vault, also cleared 12-6 at the invitational, but placed fourth based on the number of misses recorded at lower bar heights.

In all, six Panthers finished as individual champions in various events. Vince Sleep was a double winner for the second meet in a row. The senior weight specialist swept the shot put and discus titles. Sleep’s winning toss in the shot put was 50-6. He won the discus with a heave of 142-1.

Garrett Lynch, the defending 4A champion in the discus and 2013 state indoor champion in the shot put sat out both throwing events for the second meet in a row. Lynch instead showcased his speed, winning the 100 meters in a time of 11.8 seconds. Lynch narrowly missed adding the 200 meter title to his portfolio, cruising in with a time of 23.96 seconds.

Mat Abraham won his second 800-meter title of the season, this time breaking the finish line in a time of 2:11.95. Drew Feller added a title at the longest distance of the day, finishing in a time of 10:55.87. Teammate Zander Andreasen was less than two seconds behind in second place.

Andreasen also placed second in the 1600 meters.

In the 110-meter hurdles, Cragoe dominated the competition with a winning time of 16 seconds.

Overall, the Panther boys amassed 188.5 points, comfortably besting Cody, which finished as the runner-up with 154 points. Lovell was third with 133.5 points as the three schools pulled away from the remainder of the invitational field.

The Panthers return to action on Saturday when they host their own invitational track meet at Panther Stadium.

Girls results — Worland 154.25, Powell 145.25, Cody 90.75, Lovell 84.5, Thermopolis 77, Ten Sleep 20.5, Riverside 18, Greybull 9, Rocky Mountan 1.75.

100 — 7. KaDee Harrison 13.89, 10. Brooke Lensegrav 14.2, 16. Nadine Arlt 14.81. 200 — 2. KaDee Harrison 26.96, 6. SarahJean O’Neill 29.15, 13. Maddie Morrow 32.50. 800 — 3. Tally Wells 2:36.74, 5. Bailey Sanders 2:44.54, 7. Sierra Morrow 2:48.29. 3200 — 1. Gretchen Morretti 13:27.91. 100m hurdles — 5. Danna Hanks 17.75, 8. Lexee Craig 18.18, 12. Jackie Cowell 20.02, 14. Mikaila Moore 20.61. 300m hurdles — 2. Megan Wagner 52.56, 5. Danna Hanks 55.65. 4x400 relay — 1. Powell 4:28.12. 4x800 relay — 1. Powell 11:09.84. High jump — 2. Anissa Warner 4-9, 5. Cassidy Lynn 4-5, 7. Jace Sharp 4-3, 12. Lexee Craig 4-1. Pole vault — 3. Devin Rausch 7-0, 4. Lexee Craig 7-0, 5. Bailey Sanders 6-6. Long jump — 5. Anissa Warner 14-4 3/4, 15. Nadine Arlt 12-10 1/2, 20. Jackie Cowell 12-5 1/4, 25. Cassidy Lynn 11-9, 26. Jace Sharp 11-6 1/2, 33. Victoria Payne 9-9 1/4. Triple jump — 2. Brooke Lensegrav 32-4, 5. Anissa Warner 31-1 1/2, 7. Lexee Craig 29-5 3/4, 14. Maddie Morrow 26-6 1/4, 16. Cassidy Lynn 25-9 3/4. Shot put — 3. Shawnea Harrington 35-2, 5. Tori Sleep 31-10 1/2, 8. Lex Brady 30-11 1/4, 14. Emily Herman 27-0, 19. Breanna Donarski 23-11 1/2. Discus — 2. Tori Sleep 109-0, 3. Shawnea Harrington 107-2, 5. Lex Brady 99-0, 15. Emily Herman 66-10.

Boys results — Powell 188.5, Cody 154, Lovell 133.5, Worland 40.5, Thermopolis 39, Rocky Mountain 26.5, Greybull 12, Ten Sleep 8, Riverside 1.

100 — 1. Garrett Lynch 11.80, 6. Ty Herd 12.15, 10. Tyler Patterson 12.38, 13. Ryan Ferro 12.45, 14. Chris England 12.50, 15. Zac Shuler 12.53. 200 — 2. Garrett Lynch 23.96, 5. Marshall McArthur 24.53, 6. Jakob Bowers 24.79, 7. Chris England 24.80, 12. Blaise Gann 25.12, 15. Tyler Patterson 25.48, 18. Zac Shuler 25.68, 21. Matt Widdecombe 26.12, 23. Jackson Griffin 26.96, 24. Conner Hunt 27.34. 400 — 2. Marshall McArthur 53.68, 3. Mat Abraham 53.76, 5. Blaise Gann 54.95, 7. Jakob Bowers 56.84, 13. Jackson Griffin 59.14, 17. Nic Urbach 1:02.09, 19. Garrett Musso 1:06.01. 800 — 1. Mat Abraham 2:11.95, 11. Garrett Musso 2:46.7. 1600 — 2. Zander Andreasen 4:51.18, 4. Drew Feller 5:04.11, 9. Teagan Cordes 5:40.69, 10. Ezra Andreasen 5:46.15. 3200 — 1. Drew Feller 10:55.87, 2. Zander Andreasen 10:57.5, 8. Teagan Cordes 12:50.8, 9. Ezra Andreasen 12:58.9. 110m hurdles — 1. Hayden Cragoe 16.00, 6. Brendon Phister 17.46, 10. Kye Catlin 19.72, 13. Justin Theriault 20.56, 15. Tyson Wages 21.11. 300m hurdles — 4. Brendon Phister 46.07, 5. Kye Catlin 46.7, 6. Zac Shuler 47.2, 12. Tyson Wages 50.69, 15. Justin Theriault 51.78. 4x400 relay 2. Powell 3:40.67, 4x800 relay — 2. Powell 9:43.19. High jump — 5. Kalei Smith 5-9, 10. Hayden Cragoe 5-5, 15. Matt Widdecombe 5-3, 15. Jackson Griffin 5-3. Pole vault — 2. Brendon Phister 12-6, 4. Hayden Cragoe 12-6, 7. Tyson Wages 8-0. Long jump — 11. Matt Widdecombe 17-8, 17. Chris England 15-11. Triple jump — 8. Jakob Bowers 36-6 1/2. Shot put — 1. Vince Sleep 50-6, 3. Garrett Michael 44-4 1/4, 6. Riley Stringer 42-6 1/2, 10. Carter Baxter 35-8 3/4, 12. Ben Argento 34-11, 16. Matt Walsh 32- 1/2. Discus — 1. Vince Sleep 142-1, 6. Carter Baxter 110-4, 7. Garrett Michael 107-9, 8. Matt Walsh 106-3, 10. Riley Stringer 104-2, 22. Ben Argento 84-8,

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