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April 23, 2013 7:32 am

Slimmed down Panthers strong in Lovell meet

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Powell’s Garrett Lynch, shown here competing in the shot put finals, was a triple champion in Lovell on Saturday, winning the shot, discus and 200 meter titles as the Panther boys placed second. Lynch’s winning shot put distance was the best in the state this spring. Powell’s Garrett Lynch, shown here competing in the shot put finals, was a triple champion in Lovell on Saturday, winning the shot, discus and 200 meter titles as the Panther boys placed second. Lynch’s winning shot put distance was the best in the state this spring. Tribune photo by Randal Horobik

Boys second, girls third overall

The Powell Panthers placed second on the boys’ side and third on the girls’ side at the Lovell Invitational on Saturday. The Panthers competed in the meet absent a number of their members, who were in action at Sheridan.

Bailey Sanders won the 800 meters with a time of 2:35.81. She joined teammate Tori Sleep in the discus as the only two event champions of the day for the Panther girls. Sleep tossed the discus 117-8 to win the event by 20 inches ahead of teammate Shawnea Harrington.

Harrington was also the runner-up in the shot put as the Panthers put together a 2-3-4 order of finish. Sleep and Lex Brady followed Harrington in the standings. Brady also placed fourth in the discus.

Gretchen Morretti added a third-place finish in the 1600 meters as the day’s only other individual top-three finish for the Panthers. Powell’s 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams also captured second-place honors, with the 4x800 pairing of Bailey Sanders, Gretchen Moretti, Tally Wells and Sierra Morrow running fast enough to automatically qualify for the state championships in the event.

On the boys’ side, Powell junior Garrett Lynch finally had the opportunity to throw the shot put in outdoor competition this spring. The defending state indoor champion wasted little time, winning the event with a heave of 55-3 3/4 to establish the state’s best throw of the season. Lynch also added wins in the 200 meters and the discus.

The weight events were the Panthers’ strength on Saturday. Vince Sleep placed second in the discus behind Lynch. In the shot put, Powell had a 1-2-4-5 order of finish as Sleep, Garrett Michael and Riley Stringer all placed in the top six.

Also finishing as a double champion on Saturday for the Panthers was distance runner Zander Andreasen. Andreasen reached the finish line first in both the 1600 and the 3200. Marshall McArthur added a runner-up finish at 400 meters while Ezra Andreasen was the runner-up at 3200 meters.

In the final team standings, the Panther girls placed third overall. The team scored 94 points to finish three behind Lovell.

Girls results — Thermopolis 110, Lovell 97, Powell 94, Shoshoni 69, Western Heritage Lutheran 28, Burlington 24, Ten Sleep 20, Meeteetse 16, Greybull 11, Rocky Mountain 5, Riverside 3.

100 — 6. Brooke Lensegrav 13.56

400 — 4. KaDee Harrison 1:02.77, 5. SarahJean O’Neill 1:05.68

800 — 1. Bailey Sanders 2:35.81

1600 — 3. Gretchen Morretti 5:49.71

100m hurdles — 3. Lexee Craig 18.52, Jackie Cowell 20.3

300m hurdles — 5. Megan Wagner 52.74

4x400 relay — 2. Brooke Lensegrav, Bailey Sanders, SarahJean O’Neill and KaDee Harrison 4:21.99

4x800 relay — 2. Bailey Sanders, Gretchen Moretti, Tally Wells and Sierra Morrow 10:29.8

High jump — 6. Lexee Craig 4-4

Long jump — 5. Lexee Craig 14-2 1/2, Breanna Donarski 12-11

Triple jump — 5. Brooke Lensegrav 31-5 1/4

Shot put — 2. Shawnea Harrington 38- 3/4, 3. Tori Sleep 37-5 1/2, 4. Lex Brady 31-10 1/2, Emily Herman 25-7, Breanna Donarski 23-2

Discus — 1. Tori Sleep 117-8, 2. Shawnea Harrington 116-0, 4. Lex Brady 101-5, Breanna Donarski 64-7, Emily Herman 59-9

Boys results — Lovell 127, Powell 111, Shoshoni 57, Burlington 49, Thermopolis 42, Meeteetse 25, Greybull 21, Riverside 21, Rocky Mountain 16, Ten Sleep 11.

100 — 4. Jakob Bowers 11.65, Zac Shuler 12.26

200 — 1. Garrett Lynch 24.21, 3. Marshall McArthur 24.57

400 — 2. Marshall McArthur 53.99, 4. Jakob Bowers 55.58

800 — Garrett Musso 2:26.81

1600 — 1. Zander Andreasen 4:45.93, Teagan Cordes 5:24.25, Ezra Andreasen 5:42.15, Chalin Fike 5:48.14

3200 — 1. Zander Andreasen 11:02.01, 2. Ezra Andreasen 12:51.56

110m hurdles — Zac Shuler 19.96

300m hurdles — Justin Theriault 52.62

4x400 relay — 3. Garrett Lynch, Vince Sleep, Carter Baxter and Marshall McArthur 3:46.96

4x800 relay — 4. Chalin Fike, Garrett Musso, Ezra Andreasen and Teagan Cordes 10:34.7

Discus — 1. Garrett Lynch 153-7, 2. Vince Sleep 152-8, Carter Baxter 125-6, Riley Stringer 116-5, Garrett Michael 100-2 1/2, Ben Argento 91-9, Forrest Christensen 81-7, Adam Griffin 56-9

Shot put — 1. Garrett Lynch 55-3 3/4, 2. Vince Sleep 52-6, 4. Garrett Michael 44- 1/2, 5. Riley Stringer 41- 1/4, Carter Baxter 40-1, Matt Walso 37-10 3/4, Ben Argento 37-10 1/2, Forrest Christensen 31-9 1/2, Adam Griffin 21-8 1/2

 

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