AA divisional track at Legends Stadium

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The final push for state track begins today at three locations in Western Montana.

The divisional for Western AA be held at Legends Stadium, Western A is in Corvallis and Western B in Missoula.

All three meets are two-day events.

Competing with Flathead and Glacier at Legends Stadium will be Helena High and Helena Capital along with Missoula Big Sky, Hellgate and Sentinel.

The first event today is the pole vault at 2 p.m. The first running event will be the 400 meter finals at 3 p.m.

Saturday’s schedule starts with the high jump, triple jump and discus at 10:30 a.m.

Running events being with the 110 hurdle finals at 11:30.

The top six finishers (including ties) in all events qualify for state, which will be held May 27-27 in Butte.

Also advancing to state are athletes who have met preset qualifying standards at meets earlier this spring.

The Flathead boys finished second, and seven points behind Helena High, at last year’s divisional in Helena.

The Glacier girls were a distant second behind team champion Missoula Sentinel.

The Glacier boys were third and the Flathead girls placed sixth.

Corvallis swept divisional A titles last year while the Thompson Falls boys and Bigfork girls captured crowns in the B divisional.

The State A/C meet is May 26-27 is in Missoula. State B is also in Butte.

Meet Records

Western Divisional AA

Events Name School Time/Dist. Year

100 Meters Dan Hanley Butte 10.80 1980

200 Meters Dan Hanley Butte 21.80 1980

400 Meters Mark Latrielle Hellgate 48.30 1972

800 Meters Zach Perrin Flathead 01:54.56 2013

1600 Meters Mike Houlihan Butte 04:14.20 1977

3200 Meters Mike Houlihan Butte 09:12.70 1977

110 M Hurdles Jamison Banna Flathead 14.19 1988

300 M Hurdles John Emory Bozeman 38.00 1980

Shot Put Mike Violette Hellgate 61’ 8.5” 1989

Discus Bob Hawke Butte 185’ 2” 1964

Mark Vukasin Havre 185’ 2” 1985

Javelin Chad Mckinney Big Sky 246’ 8” 1989

Javelin Iaaf Todd Ogden Glacier 215’0” 2014

High Jump Mark Koffelda Hellgate 7’ 0” 1983

Long Jump Mike Ramos Hellgate 22’ 10.25” 1981

Triple Jump Mathew Tokarz Flathead 46’ 7.5” 2012

Pole Vault Sam Roddewig Helena 15’ 3” 2016

400 M Relay Ethan Larson Glacier 42.37 2016

Scout Willcut

Aaron Robinson

Jackson Pepe

1600 M Relay John Emory Bozeman 03:20.8 1980

Bruce Barnhart

Mark Gary

Dale Huls

Girls

Events Name School Time/Dist. Year

100 Meters Shelly Morton Hellgate 12.00 1978

200 Meters Shelly Morton Hellgate 24.90 1978

400 Meters Liz Harper Sentinel 56.51 2012

800 Meters Annie Hill Glacier 02:09.28 2016

1600 Meters Paige Gilchrist Hellgate 04:54.8 2013

3200 Meters Zoe Nelson Flathead 10:46.5 2004

100 M Hurdles Lexie Miller Flathead 14.40 1979

Claudine Robinson Hellgate 14.40 1992

300 M Hurdles Liz Harper Sentinel 42.86 2012

Shot Put Vasa Persons Hellgate 44’ 11” 1988

Discus Debbie Holiday Flathead 145’ 9” 1978

Javelin Brooke Allen Columbia Falls 172’ 10” 1986

Javelin Iaaf Anna Brooks Helena High 146’ 2” 2004

High Jump Lexy Boschee Glacier 5’ 8” 2012

Long Jump Sharrie Shelton Flathead 18’ 9.5” 1978

Triple Jump Kim Tivey Big Sky 38’ 3” 1985

Pole Vault Shannon Agee Helena High 12’ 6” 1998

400 M Relay Ana Jarrett Big Sky 48.52 2014

Hannah Porch

Hannah Coburn

Hannah Kearns

1600 M Relay Lori Krull Libby 04:00.6 1980

Margee Hober

Heidi Schneider

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