(BRANDON HANSEN/Chewelah Independent)
Kirry wins three events, Baker wins shotput…
The Chewelah girls placed third as a team at NE 2B Sub-districts, while the boys were eighth in Ritzville on Tuesday.
On the girls side for Chewelah, Lilly Kirry won the 100-meter hurdles (15.17) and 300-meter hurdles with a season best 45.96. She was also first in the 200-meter run (26.55), while Keelin Middlesworth was eighth (29.01) in the 200.
In the girls shot put, Milayna Hartill was third with a throw of 30-11.25. She was joined by teammate Haven Rainer in fifth (30-1.25) and Natalie Rose-Sheppard in sixth (29-6.75).
Rainer placed second in the discus with a throw of 97-11, beat out for first place by just one inch. Rose-Sheppard took fourth with a toss of 94-08 and Hartill was seventh with a mark of 86-09.
Laynie Haskell was fifth with a mark of 4-4, her best of the year.
Taya Tapia was seventh in the javelin with a throw of 88-11, a personal best.
In the girls 100-meter run, Keelin Middlesworth was seventh with a time of 14.06, while Elle Carpenter was 10th with a time of 14.28. Middlesworth also took sixth in the long jump (14-10).
In the 400-meter run, Kristen Erickson was eighth with a time of 1:07.23 – a personal best.
Chewelah’s 4×100 relay team placed third with the running of Mia Bellevue, Keeling Middlesworth, Maili Masuda and Lily Kirry. They had a time of 51.94.
Masuda was fourth in the triple jump (29-10.5) and placed eighth in the long jump (14-8.75.
Kettle Falls’ Mya Edwards was third with a personal record in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:32.95. She was joined by teammates Zarahemla Johnson in seventh (2:36.33) and Claire Montowski (2:44.84), who also PR-ed in the event.
Edwards was also third in the 3,200-meter run with a time of 12:42.61. Johnson was fifth in the same race with a time of 13:03.26.
Kettle Falls 4×400 relay placed third with the running of Mya Edwards, Rainey Lince, Evelyn Hooper and Zarahemla Johnson. They had a time of 4:26.85.
In the girls javelin, Mary Sauvola was eighth (88-0) and Iris Armstrong was ninth (85-08) which is a personal best for her.
On the boys side for Chewelah, senior Wade Baker placed first in the boy’s shotput with a heave of 45-2.5 while was almost three feet further than second place. Teammate Kaden Krouse placed eighth in the shot put (38-8.75) while Nick Shierloh was ninth (37-9.5).
Baker was also fourth in the discus with a mark of 128-05.
Wyatt Collins placed fourth in the boy’s javelin with a throw of 141-09, a personal best on the year, and was ninth in the 400-meter run (56.09) with a personal record.
Brad Larson placed fifth in the javelin with a throw of 138-08.
Judah Katona placed fourth in the 200-meter run (24.53) and notched a personal record time in the 100-meter run (12.06) and placed 10th.
Ethan Rowe was seventh in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:12.71. Rowe was also tenth in the 1600-meter run (5:11.67)
Levi Miller placed eighth in the high jump with a mark of 5-2. Miller also PR-ed in the pole vault with a mark of 9-0 and placed seventh.
Joseph Trudeau was tenth in the discus with a throw of 106-07.
Chewelah’s 4×400 team of Wyatt Collins, Levi Miller, Judah Katona and Ethan Rowe placed fourth with a time of 3:46.11.
Dustin Cates was fifth in the triple jump with a mark of 38-2 and placed seventh in the shot put with a mark of 39-5.5 and seventh in the javelin with a throw of 130-05.
James Houghton was tenth in the 400-meter run (56.64)
In the 800-meter run, Roberto Manina was 10th with a time of 2:16.67, the best time of his career.
Michael Small was eighth in the high jump with a 5-2 mark.
Easton Pomrankey placed second in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:04.07. Charlie Andres was second in the high jump with a mark of 5-10.
Niki Johnston was fifth in the discus with a throw of 118-01. Pheonyx Dodson was tenth in the triple jump with a mark of 36-9.5.