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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON MAY 20, 2o15--9 SP(I ,RTS one t ) com. arid two kids ideal like fun, social ,' wod: we Discus PR puts Montoya on top c,:[" three power events ANDREW CHRISTLSEN REPORTER Lyle-Wishram and Biekle- ton will send large contin- gents of track and field ath- letes to Ephrata, Friday, for the combined District 5/6 qualifying meet for State. Fif- teen Cougars and 14 Pirates qualified in individual events. In addition, both boys' relay teams for both schools and all three relay teams from Bickleton quali- fied plus the 4x100 from Lyle- Wishram. Three athletes from Dis- trict 5 qualified in four indi- vidual events. Bickleton's Lindsay Brown won three events, the 100 meters in a personal record (PR) 13.30 seconds, just off the school record of 13.29, the 100 meter hurdles in 17.8 and the high jump at 4-10. She also quali- fied in the 300 meter hurdles. Trout Lake's James Baker had a PR to win the 800 me- ters in 2:13.4. Baker also won the triple jump at 38-2, was third in the long jump and was second in the pole vault. Another Bickleton girl, Kira Harvey won two events, was second in the 1OO meters with a PR 13.49 and was second in the 100 meter hurdles. Har- vey's win came in the pole vault at 8-feet and in the 200 meters in 30.17, well over her best time of 28.64. The top four in each event plus a couple of extras to fill in District 6 shortages, will compete at Ephrata High School beginning at 3:30 p.m. Only the top two places will advance to the State meet, plus any qualifiers who beat the State standards for class lB. That is a very likely out- come in the girls' pole vault where three of the four girls who will compete have PRs beyond the 7-8.5 standard. Harvey's PR is 8-9. Bethany Putnam, of Trout Lake has a PR of 8-6 and Alex Cloud is the school record holder for Lyle-Wishram at 8-feet. Lyle-Wishram's Gabe Mon- toya is now on top of all three throwing events for 1B boys. Montoya won the discus with a PR 132-8, squeezing past Bickleton's Michael Under- wood who was the state leader at 132-6. Montoya is way out in front in the shot put at 48-4, winning Friday's event by more than eight feet with a toss of 45-11.5. Montoya is a little inconsistent in the javelin, but his best throw of Nathan Po Brown ar at State last year, Tranch at 2in 2B and Powers at 5-10 n lB. Powers was runner-up Manson's Macen McLean, graduated. Instead of being at the top of the class this year, Powers was still second as,Riverside Christ- ian came down to lB. Tranch jum_,ped 6-7 on March 2and hasn t been past 6-4 since. Powers has made steady progress and now  a threat to unseat the state s leading 1B jumper. Only the top two places advance to State unleks the State standard is broken in ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN QUALIFIER: Becca Hallenbeck, of Glenwood unleashes a discus throw that qualified her for the com- bined District 5/6 State qualifying event this Friday in Ephrata. 175-11 is 17-feet better than the next best mark. He won on Friday with a throw of 156-3. Nathan Powers of Bickle- ton was on a roll on his home field, setting PRs in all three of his individual events. Pow- ers won the two hurdle races at 15.84 for the 110 meters and 42.75 for the 300 meters. He drew the best out of his com- petition as runner-up Lorenzo Guasconi, of Lyle-Wishram had a PR in the 110 meter hur- dles for second place and Klickitat's Easton Atchley ran his best ever 300 meter hurdles for second place. Pow- ers also drew a lot of atten- tion at the high jump pit where he was able to add an- other notch to his PR, clear- ing 6-4 on his third attempt. Powers wasn't the only one feeling it at the high jump pit. All five boys entered in the event had PR jumps. Kyle Un- derwood matched his PR at 5- 8 for second place as Bickle- ton swept the first four places. Third went to Riley Brown at 5-4 and fourth to Clint Strader at 5-2 in his only time in the event this year. Tristan Palmer, of Lyle-Wishram was fifth, tying his 4-10 PR and he qualifies since District 6 had only three jumpers. The javelin continued to go back and forth between Lyle- Wishram's Alex Cloud and MaeLynn Luke. Luke had a PR 113-4 a couple of weeks ago in White Salmon. This time it was Cloud setting a PR at 111-4 for fn'st place. Luke was second at 104-10. Klicki- tat's Juli Quinton made a nice gain in the event with a PR 93- 10. The complete list of those who qualified for this Fri- day's meet is: Bickleton - L. Brown (100m, 1OOh, 300h, HJ), Harvey (100, 200, 100h, PV), See B track, Page i0 this l on their are UVC:Upper Creek) eoys 20O Zeigler (LW); 800 meters lavomd 1,,, Luis Lugo (E) 18.37 300 hurdles 42.95 E=Entiat, W=Wilson Powers (B) 18.34, Showalte g Decha Baker I 1.5,Atchll - TmnC Undsav L 13.47. .) 2:40.3 ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN STAGED: Goldendale lined up in lanes one through three for the 100 meter hurdles. From left, Abby Mains, Suzanna Bilderback and Brianna Cuevas in the blocks. Mains and Bilderback qualified for District in the event. Young legs propel Wolves into District 5 track meet Qualifier Event PR State std.* Rank in Dist. Rachel Disch Rachel Disch Allison Gilliam Allison Gilliam Sierra Plum Suzanna Bilderback Suzanna Bflderback Abby Mains Abby Mains Ocean Bryan Nadia Smith Logan Boardman Logan Boardman Michael Jagelski Michael Jagelski Demetrius McCoy Dillon Rising Dillon Rising Drew Bowdish Brian Golding Brian Golding Jordan Brokaw Jordan Brokaw Mykhail Lembke Joseph Steele Gifts 4x100 relay Gifts 4x200 Gifts 4x400 Boys 4x100 Boys 4x400 100 meters 12.84 12.97 2 200 meters 27.37 26.28 4 100 meters 13.14 12.97 4 long jump 16-1 17-1 5 1600 meters 6:02.65 5:15.25 8 100 hurdles 18.25 16.06 6 triple jump 30-6.75 35-0.25 7 100 hurdles 19.17 16.06 10 triple jump 29-10.5 35-0.25 10 300 hurdles 47.85 47.04 1 discus 88-8.5 120-2 9 200 meters 23.72 22.81 7 400 meters 52.72 50.76 6 800 meters 2:09.64 1:59.03 9 1600 meters 4:57.27 4:26.91 9 800 meters 2:10.94 1:59.03 NR 1600 meters 4:41.96 4:26.91 4 3200 meters 10:16.19 9:48.87 3 3200 11:26.45 9:48.87 NR 110 hurdles 15.31 15.53 2 300 hurdles 39.33 39.83 1 110 hurdles 16.69 15.53 6 300 hurdles 42.96 39.83 5 300 hurdles 44.12 39.83 7 discus 132-6 155-9 7 Season best 52.11 50.79' 3 1:50.56 1:46.63 1 4:35.47 4:06.56 5 44.83 43.96 2 3:39.35 3:30.56 6 for the event * Can qualify by bettering the State standard ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN REPORTER As it has been all year, youth has dominated among the girls on the Goldendale track and field team. Timber- wolf girls had 11 qualified performances in individual events plus all three relays at the sub-district meet at Nach- es Valley High School, last Thursday. Four of the individ- ual qualifiers are sophomores and three are freshman, ac- counting for all 11 positions. Goldendale's boys were more of a mixture with fresh- man through senior classes represented in 14 qualifica- tion spots. They also qualified both of their relay teams for Friday's District meet in Cle Elum. Three girls led the way by qualifying in two events. Sophomores Rachel Disch and Suzanna Bilderback were dual qualifiers. Dish was sec- ond in the 100 meters and third in the 200 meters with the top four advancing to Dis- trict. Bilderback had a per- sonal record (PR) in the 100 meter hurdles for third place and sixth in the long jump where eight advance. Freshman Allison Gilliam was third in the 100 meters and second in the long jump to qualify. Abby Mains, anoth- er freshman, qualified in the 1OO meter hurdles, finishing fourth and the triple jump where she was eighth. Qualifying in single events for the girls was freshman Sierra Plum, fifth in the 16OO and sophomore Ocean Bryan, winner of the 300 hurdles. Bryan, like Bllderback ran a PR 47.85 in the 300 hurdles, which is also the best time in District 5 this year. Mains also had a PR in the 100 meter hurdles. The boys turned in some stunning clutch perfor- mances, qualifying with eight PRs. Logan Boardman quali- fied in the 200 and 400 meter races, both with PR times. Michael Jagelski was also a ! double qualifier with PRs in the 800 meters, where he fin- ished third and 1600 meters, where he was sixth. Also turning in a pair of PRs was the only freshman boy to qualify, Dillon Rising. Rising fmished second in the 1600 and 3200 races. Demetrius McCoy had to run a PR to make it in the 800 meters where he fought off Granger's Luis Garcia for fourth place. McCoy was caught by Garcia with a little less than a lap left in the race and was also passed by Jagel- ski with about 250 meters left. McCoy came back on Garcia See Goldendale, Page 16 ANDREW CHRISTIANSEN SETTING THE PACE: Dillon Rising leads Michael Jagelski in teh early going of the 1600 meters. Both runners qualified in this event and one other race. ,(