Powell High School track and field athletes were recognized for their efforts at the state meet in Casper this weekend, racking up 10 All-State honors between the boys’ and girls’ squads …
Powell High School track and field athletes were recognized for their efforts at the state meet in Casper this weekend, racking up 10 All-State honors between the boys’ and girls’ squads that both won state titles.
On the boys’ side, Daniel Merritt earned All-State for his 800 meter win alongside his second place 3200 meter runner-up finish.
Isaiah Woyak earned All-State honors after winning the triple jump and placing second in the high jump.
Cody Seifert earned All-State after placing second in the triple jump.
For the girls, the team of Anna Bartholomew, Kinley Cooley, Kenna Jacobsen and Megan Jacobsen earned All-State for their 4x800 relay victory.
Sydney Spomer earned All-State after winning the triple jump — breaking a 31-year-old PHS record in the process.
Ine Kollstad earned a pair of All-State honors after placing second in the long jump and triple jump.
Addy Thorington was the final Panther to earn honors after finishing runner up in the high jump.
All-State honors are given to athletes who finished in the top two in individual events or were part of a winning relay team.
The Powell girls had the most athletes receive recognition for the 3A girls while the boys finished behind Buffalo, Lander, Lovell and Torrington while being tied with Mountain View with three selections.