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State Track Bests (2002)

(All-class records are in parentheses).

BOYS

100 (10.77)
Heberly, Havre 10.7
Harris, Colstrip 10.8
Utterback, Fort Benton 10.8
Knox, Lewistown 10.9
Norris, Bozeman 11.0
Walters, Florence 11.0
Harmen, Havre 11.0
Hollenbeck, Hellgate 11.0
Small, West 11.0
Nelson, Capital 11.0
Samson, Capital 11.0
Henning, Whitefish 11.0
Cutler, Deer Lodge 11.0
AA-Norris, Hollenbeck, Small, Nelson, Samson. A-Heberly. B-Utterback. C-VanDyken, Manhattan Chr., 11.1.

200 (21.4)
Norris, Bozeman 21.9
Heberly, Havre 22.0
Harris, Colstrip 22.1
Walters, Florence 22.1
Feasel, Superior 22.2
Blackford, West 22.3
Hollenbeck, Hellgate 22.3
Small, West 22.4
Potts, Loyola 22.4
Lund, Helena 22.4
VanDyken, Manhattan Chr. 22.4
AA-Norris. A-Heberly. B-Walters. C-Feasel.

400 (47.9)
Norris, Bozeman 48.8
Blackford, West 49.2
Michalson, Bozeman 49.4
Novotny, Big Timber 49.7
Peterson, Hardin 49.8
Henning, Whitefish 49.8
Maetzold, Whitefish 50.1
Ferriter, Helena 50.1
Potts, Loyola 50.2
Samson, Capital 50.2
Doggett, Capital 50.4
AA-Norris. A-Peterson, Henning. B-Novotny. C-D.DuMont, Charlo, 50.7.

800 (1:51.84)
Handwerk, Great Falls 1:56.1
Bird, Thompson Falls 1:56.2
Lofthouse, Helena 1:56.4
Driscoll, Bozeman 1:56.6
Blackford, West 1:57.0
Helgath, Whitefish 1:57.1
Novotny, Big Timber 1:57.5
Costello, C.M. Russell 1:58.1
Hensleigh, Belgrade 1:58.1
Kettwick, West 1:58.2
Zeidler, Plentywood 1:58.5
Schiedermayer, Loyola 1:58.6
AA-Handwerk. A-Helgath. B-Bird. C-Bucklin, Outlook, 2:01.4.

1,600 (4:13.29)
Michels, Kalispell 4:19.2
Driscoll, Bozeman 4:22.5
Nelson, Colstrip 4:23.2
Pemberton, Manhattan 4:26.9
Silk, Great Falls 4:27.4
Heider, Whitefish 4:28.0
Ambrose, Kalispell 4:28.4
Winter, Billings Central 4:28.5
C.Steward, Plains 4:29.8
Gregier, C.M.Russell 4:30.1
Neville, Malta 4:30.4
Lofthouse, Helena 4:30.5
AA-Michels. A-Nelson. B-Pemberton. C-Smith, Krem-Gildford, 4:37.1.

3,200 (9:13.3)
Michels, Kalispell 9:31.4
Pemberton, Manhattan 9:33.2
Winter, Billings Central 9:34.1
Nelson, Colstrip 9:36.4
Gregier, C.M. Russell 9:41.6
Ambrose, Kalispell 9:46.2
Smith, Kremlin-Gildford 9:47.6
Silk, Great Falls 9:50.9
C.Steward, Plains 9:51.2
Friesz, Polson 9:52.6
Neville, Malta 9:53.4
Heider, Whitefish 9:53.5
AA-Michels. A-Winter. B-Pemberton. C-Smith.

110 hurdles (14.21)
Larson, Capital 14.2
Small, West 14.2
Schwartzenberger, Butte 14.5
Mosbacher, Sentinel 14.7
Kennedy, Belgrade 14.9
Ferda, Whitefish 15.0
Sparing, Capital 15.0
McElvaney, Scobey 15.0
Mavenkamp, West 15.0
DeLong, Eureka 15.1
Thomas, Butte Central 15.1
Wanderaas, Harlowton 15.1
Ferriter, Helena 15.1
Powers, Butte 15.1
AA-Larson, Small. A-Kennedy. B-DeLong. C-McElvaney.

300 hurdles (37.66)
Small, West 38.1
Schwartzenberger, Butte 38.5
Ferriter, Helena 38.7
Samson, Capital 38.9
Kennedy, Belgrade 39.2
DeLong, Eureka 39.5
Bachmeier, Arlee 39.7
Mavenkamp, West 39.8
Mosbacher, Sentinel 39.9
McElvaney, Scobey 39.9
Thomas, Butte Central 40.0
L.Utterback, Fort Benton 40.0
AA-Small. A-Kennedy. B-DeLong. C-Bachmeier.

400 relay (42.27)
Bozeman 42.6
Capital 42.7
Hellgate 42.9
Kalispell 43.1
Helena 43.6
Havre 43.7
Loyola 43.7
Great Falls 43.9
West 43.9
Butte Central 43.9
AA-Bozeman. A-Havre. B-Loyola. C-Sheridan 44.4.

1,600 relay (3:19.26)
Bozeman 3:22.3
West 3:24.5
Capital 3:24.5
Whitefish 3:24.8
Helena 3:25.6
Thompson Falls 3:26.7
Hellgate 3:26.9
Great Falls 3:27.0
Loyola 3:27.1
Hardin 3:28.9
Sheridan 3:29.0
Belgrade 3:29.0
AA-Bozeman. A-Whitefish. B-Thompson Falls. C-Sheridan.

Javelin (249-7)
Shahan, Colstrip 200-1
Zac.Pitts, Ronan 194-8
Lynch, Kalispell 192-4
Wassink, Kalispell 192-3
Czerwinski, T. Falls 191-2
Leaf, C.M.Russell 190-8
Alvarado, Senior 188-11
Coryell, Colstrip 188-0
Bayala, Dutton 187-0
Gottlob, Belgrade 183-7
Schmautz, Hellgate 179-4
Durr, Roberts 179-2
AA-Lynch. A-Shahan. B-Czerwinski. C-Bayala.

Shot put (68-0)
Wilson, Senior 58-0
Rauk, Kalispell 57-1
McLaughlin, Great Falls 53-10
Cooper, Belgrade 53-6
Stanton, Senior 53-3
Bean, Eureka 53-0
Cooper, Capital 52-2
Hensleigh, Colstrip 51-8
Babbitt, Hellgate 51-6
Malkuch, Baker 51-0
Lusin, Bozeman 50-8
Smith, Helena 50-8
AA-Wilson. A-Cooper. B-Bean. C-O’Connor, Plevna, 49-10.

Discus (193-7)
Stanton, Senior 173-1
Beckwith, Columbia Falls 163-0
Cooper, Belgrade 162-6
Hensleigh, Colstrip 162-1
Bodle, Townsend 161-8
Reynolds, Hamilton 158-9
Wilson, Senior 158-1
Johnson, Fairview 157-5
Gloschat, Kalispell 156-7
Rauk, Kalispell 155-7
Siddoway, Great Falls 154-4
AA-Stanton. A-Beckwith. B-Bodle. C-Johnson.

High jump (7-1)
Wassink, Kalispell 6-10
Evenson, Lambert 6-6
Gladstone, Heart Butte 6-5
Leach, Stevensville 6-5
Haugen, Bigfork 6-4
Larimer, Libby 6-4
Gurnsey, Simms 6-4
Kidwell, Three Forks 6-4
Madinger, Seeley-Swan 6-4
Wilmore, Great Falls 6-4
McGowan, Poplar 6-4
Sundquist, C.M.Russell 6-4
Crites, Kremlin-Gildford 6-4
Roberts, Geyser 6-4
Galt, Harlowton 6-4
Mitch, Power 6-4
VanDyken, Manhattan Chr. 6-4
AA-Wassink. A-Leach. B-Madinger, Gurnsey, Kidwell, McGowan. C-Evenson.

Long jump (23-8)
Hollenbeck, Hellgate 22-9
Harris, Colstrip 22-7
Hanna, Thompson Falls 22-3
Graham, C.M. Russell 21-9
Harman, Havre 21-9
Laird, Three Forks 21-7
Wilmore, Great Falls 21-7
Weickum, West Yellow. 21-6
Roberts, Malta 21-6
Voegel, Centerville 21-6
Stajcar, Butte Central 21-6
Lyons, Cascade 21-6
AA-Hollenbeck. A-Harris. B-Hanna. C-Weickum, Voegel.

Triple jump (48-2)
Weickum, West Yellow. 45-10
Mosbacher, Sentinel 45-8
Wilmore, Great Falls 45-3
Hanna, Thompson Falls 44-10
Hatton, Kalispell 44-4
Green, Malta 44-4
Roberts, Malta 44-0
Cichosz, Belfry 43-8
Monroe, Hellgate 43-8
Utterback, Fort Benton 43-8
B.Ralston, Darby 43-7
Voegel, Centerville 43-6
AA-Mosbacher. A-Kuipers, Belgrade, 43-1. B-Hanna. C-Weickum.

Pole vault (15-9)
Castle, Cascade 14-9
Gunlock, Polson 14-6
Allhands, Sheridan 14-6
Sandiland, Helena 14-0
Tribe, Sentinel 14-0
Bradish, Skyview 14-0
Haugen, Bigfork 14-0
McElvaney, Scobey 13-8
Courtneau, C.M.Russell 13-6
Swanson, Hamilton 13-6
D.Brown, Skyview 13-6
S.Brown, Skyview 13-6
Posey, Cascade 13-6
Gentilini, Baker 13-6
AA-Sandiland, Tribe, Bradish. A-Gunlock. B-Castle. C-Allhands.

 

GIRLS

100 (12.24)
Perkins, Conrad 12.1
Ostberg, Fairfield 12.2
Clark, Bozeman 12.4
Bronson, Great Falls 12.4
Miller, Manhattan 12.5
Schaefer, Skyview 12.6
McGree, Butte Central 12.6
Shabazz, Bozeman 12.7
Bennett, Ronan 12.7
Radke, Senior 12.7
Rude, Cut Bank 12.7
Ho, Baker 12.7
Brendsel, Bigfork 12.7
Halsey, Harlowton 12.7
Knerr, Grass Range 12.7
O’Connell, Havre 12.7
Boender, Huntley Project 12.7
AA-Clark, Bronson. A-McGree. B-Perkins. C-Halsey, Knerr.

200 (24.4)
Perkins, Conrad 25.0
Ostberg, Fairfield 25.3
Clark, Bozeman 25.5
McFadden, Belgrade 25.7
Wiederrich, Saco 25.7
Halsey, Harlowton 25.8
Schaefer, Skyview 25.8
Johnston, Kalispell 25.9
Miller, Manhattan 25.9
Shabazz, Bozeman 25.9
Bilden, Miles City 26.0
Kauffman, Victor 26.1
Boender, Huntley Project 26.1
AA-Clark. A-McFadden. B-Perkins. C-Wiederrich.

400 (55.99)
Ostberg, Fairfield 55.8
Perkins, Conrad 56.0
Clark, Bozeman 56.3
Johnston, Kalispell 58.2
Harwood, Polson 58.8
Jimenez, Kalispell 58.8
Walker, Bozeman 58.9
Schmidt, Miles City 59.3
Rasmussen, Plentywood 59.4
Halsey, Harlowton 59.4
Bronson, Great Falls 59.4
AA-Clark. A-Harwood. B-Ostberg. C-Halsey.

800 (2:11.0)
Clark, Bozeman 2:11.2
Close, Bozeman 2:15.0
Walker, Bozeman 2:16.6
Schmidt, Miles City 2:17.2
Lisac, Butte 2:18.2
Buxbaum, West 2:18.7
Zuroff, Glendive 2:19.2
Halsey, Harlowton 2:20.3
Jimenez, Kalispell 2:20.5
Le.Dalton, Bigfork 2:21.3
Shawl, Browning 2:21.6
Lane, C.M.Russell 2:21.9
AA-Clark. A-Schmidt. B-Errecart, Plains, 2:22.5. C-Halsey.

1,600 (4:55.18)
Lane, C.M.Russell 4:55.2
Nelson, Kalispell 5:03.5
Close, Bozeman 5:09.4
Shawl, Browning 5:11.7
Allred, Corvallis 5:11.8
Driscoll, Bozeman 5:14.9
La.Dalton, Bigfork 5:15.9
Peterson, Sidney 5:16.2
Wickens, Townsend 5:17.1
Snepenger, Bozeman 5:18.2
Martin, Colstrip 5:18.4
Buxbaum, West 5:19.5
AA-Lane. A-Shawl. B-Wickens. C-Horn, Superior, 5:22.4.

3,200 (10:44.63)
Lane, C.M. Russell 10:42.3
Nelson, Kalispell 10:47.9
Driscoll, Bozeman 11:26.4
Peterson, Sidney 11:30.3
Calaway, Bigfork 11:35.0
Martin, Colstrip 11:37.2
Sanford, Bozeman 11:38.4
Allred, Corvallis 11:39.2
Close, Bozeman 11:39.4
Snepenger, Bozeman 11:41.0
Wickens, Townsend 11:46.7
Brown, Kalispell 11:52.3
AA-Lane. A-Peterson. B-Wickens. C-Paugh, Ryegate, 12:11.0.

100 hurdles (14.34)
Miller, Manhattan 14.6
Shabazz, Bozeman 14.8
DeHaan, Manhattan Chr. 15.2
Schardein, Senior 15.2
McFadden, Belgrade 15.3
Harwood, Polson 15.4
Jenkins, Shields Valley 15.7
Quist, Kalispell 15.8
Molstad, Glasgow 15.8
Buerkle, Plevna 15.8
Fox, Huntley Project 15.8
AA-Shabazz. A-McFadden. B-Miller. C-DeHaan.

300 hurdles (43.34)
Shabazz, Bozeman 45.1
Harwood, Polson 45.5
DeHaan, Manhattan Chr. 45.6
Schardein, Senior 45.8
Aikins, Cut Bank 45.9
Ho, Baker 46.0
Jimenez, Kalispell 46.2
K.Kirkpatrick, Ryegate 46.4
Nakasone, Superior 46.4
Creamer, Bigfork 46.6
Halsey, Harlowton 46.9
AA-Shabazz. A-Harwood. B-Aikins. C-DeHaan.

400 relay (48.3)
Bozeman 49.3
Kalispell 49.3
Skyview 50.3
Big Sky 50.4
Senior 50.5
Conrad 50.5
Capital 50.6
Lewistown 50.9
Huntley Project 51.0
Polson 51.1
Cascade 51.1
AA-Bozeman, Kalispell. A-Lewistown. B-Conrad. C-Harlowton 51.5.

1,600 relay (3:52.46)
Bozeman 3:52.5
Kalispell 4:03.3
Conrad 4:05.5
Senior 4:05.7
Polson 4:06.4
Plentywood 4:06.7
Anaconda 4:07.1
Skyview 4:07.4
Belgrade 4:07.7
Miles City 4:08.4
AA-Bozeman. A-Polson. B-Conrad. C-Harlowton 4:10.4.

Javelin (172-0)
Warfield, Sidney 149-2
Berg, Kremlin-Gildford 148-6
Heinz, Florence 140-7
Schwartz, Lima 140-1
Weber, Malta 137-7
Clark, Great Falls 136-3
Suhr, Belgrade 135-0
Holliday, Kalispell 134-7
Finley, Charlo 133-5
Smith, Colstrip 133-4
Farago, Hellgate 130-6
Buyske, Shelby 129-6
AA-Clark. A-Warfield. B-Heinz. C-Berg.

Shot put (46-5)
Gum, Senior 44-2
Creveling, Cascade 41-6
Zent, Bridger 41-0
O’Neil, Kalispell 40-5
Anderson, Wolf Point 40-5
Grasby, Miles City 39-3
McCready, Kalispell 38-7
Willson, Winifred 38-5
Ash.Jones, Harlowton 38-2
McPherson, Havre 38-1
Feasline, Sentinel 38-0
Williams, Belgrade 37-9
AA-Gum. A-Grasby. B-Creveling. C-Zent.

Discus (154-10)
Gum, Senior 136-3
Zent, Bridger 135-3
Warfield, Sidney 133-10
Falcon, Kalispell 130-8
Creveling, Cascade 126-11
Anderson, Wolf Point 125-7
McCready, Kalispell 125-6
Castro, Dillon 124-8
Haughian, Terry 124-4
Bortz, Thompson Falls 123-11
McPherson, Havre 123-6
Gauthier, Belgrade 123-3
AA-Gum. A-Warfield. B-Creveling. C-Zent.

High jump (5-9)
Am.Jones, Harlowton 5-7
VanDyke, Chester 5-6
Cooley, Hellgate 5-4
McGuinness, West 5-4
Heinz, Florence 5-4
L.Vennes, Fromberg 5-4
Perkins, Conrad 5-4
Grant, Capital 5-4
Widhalm, Belt 5-4
McFadden, Belgrade 5-3
Hislop, Columbia Falls 5-3
Holliday, Kalispell 5-3
O’Malley, West 5-3
AA-Cooley, McGuinness, Grant. A-McFadden, Hislop. B-Heinz, Perkins. C-Am.Jones.

Long jump (18-11)
Aikins, Cut Bank 17-5
L.Vennes, Fromberg 17-2
Ham, Bozeman 17-1
K.Kirkpatrick, Ryegate 17-1
Lyons, Hamilton 17-1
Weldon, Townsend 16-11
Perkins, Conrad 16-11
Lehman, Glendive 16-10
Ruth, Butte 16-9
Petritz, Butte 16-8
Jacobson, Senior 16-7
McGree, Butte Central 16-7
AA-Ham. A-Lyons. B-Aikins. C-L.Vennes.

Triple jump (37-5)
Aikins, Cut Bank 37-7
K.Kirkpatrick, Ryegate 37-3
McFadden, Belgrade 36-6
Boogman, Senior 36-6
Radke, Senior 35-11
O’Haire, Simms 35-9
Harwood, Polson 35-6
Arthun, Shields Valley 35-6
Spaeth, Joliet 35-5
Quist, Kalispell 35-5
Cooley, Hellgate 35-3
Heinz, Florence 35-3
Closson, Whitefish 35-3
AA-Boogman. A-McFadden. B-Aikins. C-K.Kirkpatrick.

Pole vault (13-0)
Mattingly, Butte 11-6
Harmon, Kalispell 11-6
Winstead, Hellgate 11-0
Hall, Hellgate 11-0
Dolan, Capital 11-0
Mastalir, Big Sky 10-6
Taylor, Sidney 10-6
Owen, Polson 10-6
Hammond, Charlo 10-0
Harris, Skyview 10-0
AA-Mattingly, Harmon. A-Taylor, Owen. B-Heiple, Deer Lodge, 9-4. C-Hammond.

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