By TERESA CHIPMAN
PHS sports writer
Preston did well at the Grace Invite on Friday, May 3. Both the girls and boys teams won the overall event. The girls took first out of 12 teams with 179 points ahead of second place Soda Springs, who tallied 93 points. Preston’s boys won the 11 team meet with 131 points and second place Soda Springs came in with 114.5
The girls had some great moments with Kenidee Hyde breaking her own school record in the pole vault yet again with 10′ 4″ and the girls medley tying the school record 1″52.41. Olivia Seamons came close in the 100m with 12:43, just one second under the school record.
First-place finishers were: Olivia Seamons, 200m, 26.28; Kenidee Hyde, 100m hurdles, 15.34, Pole Vault, 10′ 4” (new school record); Bailey Roberts, 300m hurdles, 50.89; Caitlin Elgan, 3200m, 12:09; Christian Fuller, 1600m, 4:57; girls medley, 1:52.41, tied school record (Kenidee Hyde, Anna- Marie White, Olivia Seamons, Kylee Wakley); and Johnny Iverson, 300m hurdles, 41.04.
Second place: Olivia Seamons, 100m, 12.43 (.1 sec off school record); Wyatt Schvaneveldt, 200m, 23.78; Shaley Alder, 300m hurdles, 53.40; Olivia Seamons, triple jump; McKay Dodge, discus, 124′ 9”; and Johnny Iverson – 110m hurdles, 16.14.
The Indians will compete in Pocatello on Wednesday and Thursday, May 8-9, in the district tournament.
The state tournament is on May 17-18 in Boise.
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