ONTARIO – A dozen track and field teams from across the region competed at the Oregon Trail Invitational held at Ontario High School last Saturday.

The Hilanders from Burns took home first place team honors in both the boys and girls meets.

In the boys competition, Burns was followed by Idaho City in second, Adrian in third, Harper in fourth and Ontario, fifth. In the girls events, Ontario finished second, Vale was third and Adrian placed fourth.

Following are the top placers by event.

Boys’ results

100 – 1, Morgan Butler, Harper, 12.12. 2, Conley Martin, Adrian, 12.13. 3, Wade Bond, Adrian, 12.18. 

200 – 1, Conley Martin, Adrian, 24.76. 2, Thayer Williams, Vale, 24.89. 3, Juan McFarlane, Idaho City, 24.92.

400 – 1, Emmett Klus, Burns, 52.03. 2, Thayer Williams, Vale, 52.97. 3, Klayton Nutter, Burns, 53.87.

110 hurdles – 1, Jason Carignan, Idaho City, 17.36. 2, Corbin Palmer, Harper, 17.51. 3, Quinten Turner, Idaho City, 17.60.

300 hurdles – 1, Corbin Palmer, Harper, 43.35. 2, Wade Bond, Adrian, 43.65. 3, Ryan Talbot, Harper, 45.84.

4x100 relay – 1, Idaho City (Quinten Turner, Kaden Heffington, Jake Sharp, Juan McFarlane), 46.69. 2, Adrian (Wade Bond, Ethan Sheets, Conley Martin, Clay Ready), 47.32. 3, Ontario (Rogelio “Junior” Mireles, Jose Flores, Kevin Beceril, Diego Almaraz), 48.19.

4x400 relay – 1, Powder Valley (Reece Dixon, Kaiden Krieger, Case Olson, Chaz McCall), 3:34.14. 2, Burns (Emmett Klus, Klayton Nutter, Garrett Goss, JP Friedrichsen), 3:40.52. 3, Harper (Corbin Palmer, Carl Edmondson, Ryan Talbot, Morgan Butler), 3:44.72. 

Shot put – 1, Trayton Nelson, Idaho City, 47-07.00. 2, Brock Payne, Vale, 41-10.00. 3, Jake McHatton, Prairie City, 36-03.75.

Discus – 1, Morgan Butler, Harper, 132-06. 2, Drew Pawek, Idaho City, 113-07. 3, Braedan Erbe, Idaho City, 113-05.

Javelin – 1, Brian Clark, Crane, 135-03. 2, Dalton Bixby, Harper, 113-09. 3, Sam Green, Jordan Valley, 113-04.

High jump – 1, Wade Bond, Adrian, 5-08.00. 2, Derrick Harding, Huntington, 5-08.00. 3, Reece Dixon, Powder Valley, 5-08.00.

Pole vault – 1, Peyton Krueger, Crane, 9-00.00. 2, Garrett Goss, Burns, 9-00.00. 3, Logan Cox, Vale, 8-00.00.

Long jump – 1, Noa Kosaka, Huntington, 19-08.50. 2, Zeke Quintero, Jordan Valley, 19-02.50. 3, Tristan McMahan, Prairie City, 18-10.50.

Triple jump – 1, Zeke Quintero, Jordan Valley, 38-10.50. 2, Caysen Young, Vale, 37-02.00. 3, Tristan McMahan, Prairie City, 35-09.75.

Girls’ results

100 – 1, Meagan Houston, Ontario, 13.27. 2, Shayla Griffin, Adrian, 13.67. 3, Caroline Bruton, Vale, 14.14.

200 – 1, Roby Young, Adrian, 27.41. 2, Mattie Siddoway, Vale, 28.07. 3, Meagan Houston, Ontario, 28.19.

400 – 1, Roby Young , Adrian, 27.41. 2, Mattie Siddoway, Vale, 28.07. 3, Meagan Houston, Ontario, 28.19.

100 hurdles – 1, Jazmine Ware, Ontario, 16.78. 2, Kelsie Siegner, Crane, 18.49. 3, Lexy Jordan, Ontario, 18.49.

300m hurdles – 1, Jazmine Ware, Ontario, 50.76. 2, Kelsie Siegner, Crane, 54.97. 3, Lexy Jordan, Ontario, 56.82.

4x100 – 1, Ontario (Sophie Draper, Jazmine Ware, Lexy Jordan, Meagan Houston), 53.02. 2, Vale (Riley Johnson, Caroline Bruton, Tyler Richardson, Mattie Siddoway), 54.42. 3, Burns (Sayge Root, Kaiden Raif, Kylie Emgebretson, Kirsten Swann), 56.19.  

4x400 – 1, Burns (Annabelle Johnson, Sayge Root, Mckenzi Hoyt, Kaitlyn Wright), 4:27.78. 2, Powder Valley (Keanna Bingham, Megan Bingham, Sonora Blair, Belle Blair), 4:34.14. 3, Adrian (Shayla Griffin, Sadey Speelmon, Riley Lucas, Roby Young), 4:38.62.  

High jump – 1, Millie Rigsby, Idaho City, 5-02.00. 2, Roby Young, Adrian, 5-01.00. 3, Lizzy Nielson, Adrian, 5-00.00.

Pole Vault – 1, Easton Hartley, Ontario, 8-00.00. 2, Kenzie Sorrell, Adrian, 7-06.00. 3, Reagan Fulton, Burns, 7-00.00.

Long jump – 1, Meagan Houston, Ontario, 15-08.50. 2, Mattie Siddoway, Vale. 14-10.00 PR. 3, Tyler Richardson, Vale. 13-08.00 PR.

Triple jump – 1, Roby Young , Adrian, 32-03.50. 2, Megan Bingham, Powder Valley, 31-00.50. 3, Elizabeth Jenkins, Crane, 28-10.50.

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