PRLHS sends 15 to state track and field championships

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SPIRIT LAKE — The Priest River Lamanna High School track and field program had a successful showing at districts here May 11-12. Head coach Jared Hughes said, “PRLHS qualified 15 kids (11 boys and four girls) and we will bring two alternates, one for each relay in case of injury or illness. This is the biggest group we have taken since 2010 when we set a school record with 17 qualifiers.”

Pole vaulter Corbin Maltba set a new school record and won the district championship with a successful attempt of 14’6. His previous best had been l3’0. Enara Seiler qualified for states in four different events -- the 100m, 200m, 4x200m relay, and the high jump. Konner Durham qualified for states by winning the 110m hurdles despite a hip injury, said Hughes.

Overall, the Priest River boys team finished third and the girls team finished fifth. Hughes said, “The girls total of 36 points was a huge improvement from the three points last year and the most since 2014.”

This year’s crop of track and field athletes also made their marks on the PRLHS Top Ten All Time List, said Hughes.

Boys

400m 8th Tommy Anselmo

3200m 10th Cameron Parks

300m hurdles 9th Teagun Holycross

4x200 relay 6th Robbie Anselmo, Drayven Ayers, Spencer Sedgwick, Derrik Cook

4x400 relay 10th Teagun Holycross, Noah Martinez, Drayven Ayers, Konner Durham

4x800 relay 2nd Caleb Gleason, Jordan Phillips, Cameron Parks, Slava Negrieiev

Medley relay 9th Spencer Sedgwick, Drayven Ayers, Tommy Anselmo, Brandon McCracken

Pole vault

1st Corbin Maltba

Girls

200m 6th Enara Seiler

4x200 relay 8th Liz Downs, Shayla Martinez, Cassidy Prudek, Enara Seiler

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