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Big Sandy Pioneers District 9C for first time in 16 years

 

Last updated 5/12/2022 at 9:43am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Chinook's Aspyn Colby competes in the long jump in the District 9C girls track meet at the Havre Middle School Track Wednesday. The Big Sandy girls track and field team won its first district title since 2006.

The best female athletes on the Hi-Line gathered at the Havre Middle School Track Wednesday for the District 9C girls track meet. With a spot in the Northern C Divisionals on the line, every 9C track and field team was looking to put its best foot forward in the meet. At the end of the day, it was the Big Sandy girls team that took home its first District 9C title since 2006.

"They did fabulous today," Big Sandy head coach Wendy Taylor said. "They have worked hard all year and it showed today."

Big Sandy scored 131 points to finish first in the meet. Throughout the day, the Pioneers were led to victory by several athletes. Eva Wagoner took first in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 50.26. She also took second in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.68 and she placed third in the 200-meter sprint with a time of 28.87. Along with Lainey Terry, Jenny Sant and Carmen Tan, Wagoner helped the 400 relay team finish first with a time of 55.22.

Many other Pioneers performed well Wednesday. The 1,600 relay team of Kaya Demontiney, Mattie Gasvoda, Angela Sant and Eva Yeadon took second with a time of 4:41.02. Alex Worral also ran well as she took second in the 1,600 with a time of 6:24.67 and she placed third in the 800 with a time of 2:44.98.

Jaihven Baumann did well in several events for the Pioneers. She took second in the triple jump with a distance of 32-04. She also took third in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 18.94 and she placed third in the long jump with a distance of 14-07.25. Yeadon did well in the high jump with a distance of 4-10 to take second and she took third in the 400 with a time of 1:07.26.

Sant took third in the 1,600 with a time of 6:32.42 and Demontiney finished third in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 54.63. Malaysia Baumann took third in the triple jump with a distance of 31-06.25.

The Fort Benton Longhorns took second in the meet with 107 points. Jenna Dunham had a great day for Fort Benton as she took first in both the 200, the 400 and the pole vault. She recorded a time of 27.37 in the 200 and she posted a time of 1:03.65 in the 400. She recorded a height of 8-00 to win the pole vault. She also placed second in the 100 with a time of 13.34 and she took second in the long jump with a distance of 15-05.5.

Cloe Kalanick had a great day for the Longhorns as she won the shot put and the discus. She posted a distance of 34-05.5 in the shot put and she recorded a distance of 121-08 in the discus, which is a new District 9C meet record.

In the 400 relay, the Fort Benton team of Kalanick, Angeline Riener, Jasmin Hogele and Sarah Clark took second with a time of 56.21. In the 1,600 relay, the Fort Benton team consisting of Riener, Hogele, Clark and Ela Blum finished third with a time of 4:54.39.

In the pole vault, Kylynn Nack took second with a distance of J7-00. Riener finished third in the high jump with a distance of 4-08.

The Chinook Sugarbeeters took third in the meet with 87 points. Anna Terry ran well for Chinook as she took first in both the 1,600 and the 3,200. She recorded a time of 5:58.25 in the 1,600 and she posted a time of 14:32.35 in the 3,200. Hallie Neibauer took first in the 800 with a time of 2:31.52 and she took second in the 400 with a time of 1:03.92.

In the 1,600 relay, the Chinook relay team of Terry, Neibauer, Alexus Seymour and Sasha Gallus took first with a time of 4:39.33. In the 400 relay, the Chinook team consisting of Neibauer, Gallus, Aspyn Colby and Cheyenne Weigand took third with a time of 56.77.

In the 800, Seymour took second with a time of 2:32.84. In the shot put, Hannah Schoen finished third with a distance of 30-00.

CJI took fourth in the meet with 76.5 points but Tatum Hull probably had the best day out of any athlete in the meet. She took first in the 100, the 100-meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump.

"I was just trying to beat my PRs for the year," Hull said about her mindset heading into this meet.

She recorded a time of 13.21 in the 100 and a time of 16.38 in the 100 hurdles. She posted a distance of 15-09.75 in the long jump and a distance of 34-01.25 in the triple jump. She also took second in the 200 with a time of 27.47.

Her teammate Averie Mattson also did well Wednesday. She took second in the 3,200 with a time of 15:26.24 and she finished third in the javelin with a distance of 92-05. Haddie Woods finished second in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 52.34.

North Star finished fifth in the meet with 74.5 points. Rainee Watson did well as she took first in the javelin with a distance of 104-03 and she finished second in the discus with a distance of 105-04.

Kaytlyn Domire also did well as she took second in both the shot put and the javelin. She recorded a distance of 30-06.5 in the shot put and she posted a distance of 98-03 in the javelin. She also took third in the discus with a distance of 96-04. Her teammate Laramie Peterson took third in the pole vault with a distance of J7-00.

Box Elder took sixth with 24 points. Meiyah Sutherland had the best day for the Bears as she took first in the high jump with a height of 5-00 and she finished third in the 100 with a time of 13.63.

Hays-Lodge Pole scored 14 points to take seventh in the meet. Rylee Martin finished third in the 3,200 with a time of 15:46.55. Turner came in last with 10 points.

The top five athletes in each event have now earned a spot in the Northern C Divisionals next week. While many athletes performed well Wednesday to clinch their spot in next week's meet, athletes such as Wagoner believed they could have done better Wednesday and hopes to rectify that before divisionals.

"I still have a lot to work on," Wagoner said. "I can do better and that's what I'm going to be really working on for next week."

The Northern C Divisionals will begin in Great Falls on May 19.

District 9C Girls Track Meet

Big Sandy 131, Fort Benton 107, Chinook 87, CJI 76.5, North Star 74.5, Box Elder 24, Hays-Lodgepole 14, Turner 10.

100 - 1, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Jopl, 13.21. 2, Dunham, Jenna, Fort Benton, 13.34. 3, Sutherland, Meiyah, Box Elder, 13.63. 4, Wagoner, Eva, Big Sandy, 13.94. 5, Tan, Carmen, Big Sandy, 14.34. 6, Woods, Haddie, Chester-Jopl, 14.39.

200 - 1, Dunham, Jenna, Fort Benton, 27.37. 2, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Jopl, 27.47. 3, Wagoner, Eva, Big Sandy, 28.87. 4, Neibauer, Hallie, Chinook, 29.00. 5, Sutherland, Meiyah, Box Elder, 29.59. 6, Woods, Haddie, Chester-Jopl, 30.04.

400 - 1, Dunham, Jenna, Fort Benton, 1:03.65. 2, Neibauer, Hallie, Chinook, 1:03.92. 3, Yeadon, Eva, Big Sandy, 1:07.26. 4, Seymour, Alexus, Chinook, 1:07.55. 5, Woods, Haddie, Chester-Jopl, 1:09.42. 6, Demontiney, Kaya, Big Sandy, 1:11.08.

800 - 1, Neibauer, Hallie, Chinook, 2:31.52. 2, Seymour, Alexus, Chinook, 2:32.84. 3, Worrall, Alex, Big Sandy, 2:44.98. 4, Hã¶gele, Jasmin, Fort Benton, 2:45.28. 5, Sant, Angela, Big Sandy, 2:45.32. 6, Kinsella, Emerson, North Star, 2:45.66.

1,600 - 1, Terry, Anna, Chinook, 5:58.25. 2, Worrall, Alex, Big Sandy, 6:24.67. 3, Sant, Angela, Big Sandy, 6:32.42. 4, Kinsella, Emerson, North Star, 6:34.07. 5, Kelly, Makaela, Box Elder, 6:45.50. 6, Mattson, Averie, Chester-Jopl, 6:51.94.

3,200 - 1, Terry, Anna, Chinook, 14:32.35. 2, Mattson, Averie, Chester-Jopl, 15:26.24. 3, Martin, Rylee, Hays Lodge P, 15:46.55. 4, Gasvoda, Amy, Big Sandy, 15:51.68. 5, Myers, Madelyn, North Star, 16:35.83.

100 Hurdles - 1, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Jopl, 16.38. 2, Wagoner, Eva, Big Sandy, 17.68. 3, Baumann, Jaihven, Big Sandy, 18.94. 4, Riener, Angeline, Fort Benton, 19.56. 5, Grabofsky, Cassidy, Turner, 20.36. 6, Sant, Jenny, Big Sandy, 20.70.

300 Hurdles - 1, Wagoner, Eva, Big Sandy, 50.26. 2, Woods, Haddie, Chester-Jopl, 52.34. 3, Demontiney, Kaya, Big Sandy, 54.63. 4, Gasvoda, Mattie, Big Sandy, 57.53. 5, Grabofsky, Cassidy, Turner, 59.33. 6, Keith, Faith, North Star, 1:00.68.

400 Relay - 1, Big Sandy 55.22. 2, Fort Benton 56.21. 3, Chinook 56.77. 4, Turner 1:01.06. 5, North Star 1:02.80. 6, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 1:08.75.

1,600 Relay - 1, Chinook 4:39.33. 2, Big Sandy 4:41.02. 3, Fort Benton 4:54.39. 4, Hays Lodge Pole 5:16.79. 5, North Star 5:24.33.

High Jump - 1, Sutherland, Meiyah, Box Elder, 5-00. 2, Yeadon, Eva, Big Sandy, 4-10. 3, Riener, Angeline, Fort Benton, 4-08. 4, Weigand, Cheyenne, Chinook, 4-06. 5, Elliot, Belle, Chinook, J4-04. 6, King, Kira, North Star, J4-04. 6, Riggin, Savannah, Chester-Jopl, J4-04.

Pole Vault - 1, Dunham, Jenna, Fort Benton, 8-00. 2, Nack, Kylynn, Fort Benton, J7-00. 3, Peterson, Laramie, North Star, J7-00. 4, Fraser, Ecko, North Star, 6-00. 5, Trueax, Quinn, North Star, 5-00.

Long Jump - 1, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Jopl, 15-09.75. 2, Dunham, Jenna, Fort Benton, 15-05.50. 3, Baumann, Jaihven, Big Sandy, 14-07.25. 4, Sutherland, Meiyah, Box Elder, 14-02.75. 5, Chandler, Jaedyn, Hays Lodge P, 13-10.50. 6, Weigand, Cheyenne, Chinook, 13-10.

Triple Jump - 1, Hull, Tatum, Chester-Jopl, 34-01.25. 2, Baumann, Jaihven, Big Sandy, 32-04. 3, Baumann, Malaysia, Big Sandy, 31-06.25. 4, Gasvoda, Mattie, Big Sandy, 29-02.25. 5, King-Snider, Meridian, Turner, 28-07. 6, Clark, Sarah, Fort Benton, J26-04.50.

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Shot Put - 1, Kalanick, Cloe, Fort Benton, 34-05.50. 2, Domire, Kaytlyn, North Star, 30-06.50. 3, Schoen, Hannah, Chinook, 30-00. 4, Troup, Jessica, North Star, 27-06-50. 5, LeFurgey, Kaydyn, Fort Benton, 27-01.50. 6, Wicks, Choral, North Star, 26-11.

Discus - 1, Kalanick, Cloe, Fort Benton, 121-08. 2, Watson, Rainee, North Star, 105-04. 3, Domire, Kaytlyn, North Star, 96-04. 4, Schoen, Hannah, Chinook, 80-03. 5, Gray, Judemia, Hays Lodge P, 76-07. 6, Troup, Jessica, North Star, 75-10.

Javelin - 1, Watson, Rainee, North Star, 104-03. 2, Domire, Kaytlyn, North Star, 98-03. 3, Mattson, Averie, Chester-Jopl, 92-05. 4, Wicks, Choral, North Star, 91-11. 5, Nack, Kylynn, Fort Benton, 91-00. 6, Yeadon, Eva, Big Sandy, 88-05.

 

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