(STAFF REPORTS/Chewelah Independent)
HEAVY MEDALS: Lakeside boys win team state championship…
Thanks to some quick running by Lakeside sprinters, the Eagles took home the 1A boys state championship in Cheney over the weekend, scoring 77 points total. Lakeside’s Micah Holmes won the 100-meter run state championship with a time of 11.13. His teammate Logan Allen was fifth with a time of 11.39. Allen placed fourth in the 200-meter run with a time of 22.40.
Noah Cherrington won the state title for Lakeside in the boy’s 110-meter hurdles with a PR of 14.70 and a state title in the 300-meter hurdles with a PR of 38.82.
Lakeside relays won the 4×100 state title with a time of 43.35 thanks to the running of Dawson Dunlap, Logan Allen, Noah Cherrington and Micah Holmes. Colville was fifth in the state with a time of 44.84 thanks to the running of Richard Mettler, Kyle Maddox, Jack Gallanger and Trevon Byers.
Lakeside’s 4×400, which added Jacob Splichal to a leg, placed fifth with a time of 3:29.43.
Colville’s Jakon Larson was second in the pole vault with a mark of 13-0. Lakeside’s Nate Pergl took second as well with a mark of 13-0. Larson was also 11th in the triple jump with a mark of 40-.3.75.
Dawson Dunlop took sixth in the 400-meter run with a time of 52.01 for Lakeside. Teammate Brayden Merrill was third with a PR of 1:59.29 in the 800-meter run. Merrill was also third with a PR in the 1,600 meter run (4:29.14.)
Alaina Stone placed third in the girls 1,600 meter run for Colville with a PR of 5:07.28. Stone was also fourth with a PR of 11:19.12 in the 3,200 meter race.
Colville’s Ally Stickney notched a fifth-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 46.44, a PR.
Lakeside’s Faith Kennedy was fifth in the 400-meter run with a PR of 59.17.
In the 100-meter hurdles, Lakeside’s Rachel Garrity placed second with a PR of 15.31. Fellow Eagle Olivia Mikkelsen placed second in the shot put (38-10.75).
Hailey Champagne was eighth in the discus with a mark of 104-08 for Lakeside. Teammate Carly Lauritzen was sixth in the pole vault with a mark of 10-0, a PR.
Selkirk’s Justin Krabbenhoft placed second in the high jump with a mark of 6-0. He placed fourth in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 17 flat and was sixth in the long jump (20-1).
Steven Issakides was fourth in the javelin with a throw of 148-05. He was also sixth in the 300-meter hurdles (44.24). The Selkirk boys 4×400 relay team placed seventh with a time of 3:43.13 thanks to the running of Rennie Pelkie, John Hays, Steven Issakides and Justin Krabbenhoft.
Wellpinit eighth grader William Dick placed ninth with a time of 4:55.07 which was a PR for him. Dick also placed 11th in the 3,200 meter run (10:49.09) in a PR for him.
Hunters’ Mark Hedrick was ninth in the discus (109-3) and was 10th in the shotput with a throw of 39-2.5.
Hunters’ Lexi Nelson placed fifth in the shot put with a mark of 32-8, a PR on the season.
Northport’s Hailey Young placed sixth in the high jump with a mark of 4-8, and she also placed 10th as a senior in the triple jump with a mark of 30-11.
Wellpinit’s Jada Orr placed ninth in the 3,200 meter run with a time of 13:35.62 – a PR on the season.
The Selkirk girls’ 4×100 relay team placed eighth with a time of 54.45 thanks to the running of Makayla Foy, Osheana Fristad, Abbie Pettis and Sydness Pettis. Selkirk’s 4×200 team with the same girls placed seventh with a time of 1:55.6.