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State Track Bests (2005)

(All-class records are in parentheses).

BOYS

100 (10.74)
Neujahr, West 10.82
Berardinelli, Bozeman 10.89
Comfort, Bozeman 10.94
Inmon, Hellgate 11.00
Merrick, Butte 11.0
Vaira, Lambert 11.02
Somers, Three Forks 11.07
G.Jessop, Corvallis 11.09
Haynes, Butte 11.10
Colvin, Senior 11.10
Cohn, Helena 11.1
Walter, Judith Gap 11.12
AA-Neujahr. A-G.Jessop. B-Somers. C-Vaira.

200 (21.4)
Neujahr, West 22.0
Inmon, Hellgate 22.24
Somers, Three Forks 22.24
Berardinelli, Bozeman 22.3
Schelin, Butte 22.33
Cohn, Helena 22.35
G.Jessop, Corvallis 22.40
Vaira, Lambert 22.41
Comfort, Bozeman 22.44
C.Staudohar, Anaconda 22.45
Thacker, Shelby 22.5
Allen, Power 22.5
AA-Neujahr. A-G.Jessop. B-Somers. C-Vaira.

400 (47.9)
Inmon, Hellgate 49.61
Neujahr, West 49.81
Cohn, Helena 50.13
G.Jessop, Corvallis 50.19
Betcher, Choteau 50.20
Reid, Colstrip 50.33
Dorrian, Thompson Falls 50.39
E.Johnson, Fairview 50.4
Pasichnyk, Hamilton 50.43
Foggin, Shepherd 50.44
Kazmierczak, Thomp. Falls 50.48
Kinna, Fairfield 50.50
AA-Inmon. A-G.Jessop. B-Betcher. C-E.Johnson.

800 (1:51.84)
Schmit, Columbia Falls 1:54.3
Reid, Colstrip 1:55.0
Real Bird, Skyview 1:55.8
Neaves, Hamilton 1:55.8
Giem, Dillon 1:56.2
Vallie, Hardin 1:56.8
Ohs, Glendive 1:56.9
Baldus, Bozeman 1:57.0
Choquette, Butte 1:57.1
Holden, Loyola 1:57.7
Fairweather, Kalispell 1:57.7
Clark, Kalispell 1:57.9
AA-Real Bird. A-Schmit. B-Holden. C-Schreiber, Harlowton, 1:58.7.

1,600 (4:13.29)
Real Bird, Skyview 4:17.2
Bloom, Stevensville 4:22.3
Ricardi, Gardiner 4:22.4
Steward, Plains 4:23.2
Potter, Manhattan 4:23.6
Metropoulos, Helena 4:24.2
Vallie, Hardin 4:24.2
Ohs, Glendive 4:24.8
Strange Owl, Colstrip 4:24.9
Baldus, Bozeman 4:25.7
B.Johnson, Big Sky 4:26.7
Bridge, Shelby 4:27.8
AA-Real Bird. A-Bloom. B-Steward. C-Ricardi.

3,200 (9:13.3)
Ricardi, Gardiner 9:35.0
Bloom, Stevensville 9:37.4
Real Bird, Skyview 9:37.9
Steward, Plains 9:44.0
Metropoulos, Helena 9:44.9
Strange Owl, Colstrip 9:45.5
Welder, Kalispell 9:47.0
Brekke, Bozeman 9:48.6
Bridge, Shelby 9:49.0
Grossman, Kalispell 9:50.6
Nystuen, Kalispell 9:50.9
Ames, Helena 9:51.3
AA-Real Bird. A-Bloom. B-Steward. C-Ricardi.

110 hurdles (14.21)
Bowery, Ennis 14.55
Cranford, Huntley Project 14.99
Somers, Three Forks 15.01
Ross, Kalispell 15.04
Green, Senior 15.06
Bergen, West 15.10
Welch, Malta 15.16
Gleason, Capital 15.19
Berg, Glendive 15.34
Lo.Polkow, Skyview 15.35
Churchill, C.M.Russell 15.36
AA-Ross. A-Berg. B-Bowery. C-Schell, Med.Lake-Froid, 15.85.

300 hurdles (37.66)
Bowery, Ennis 38.55
Somers, Three Forks 38.68
Schelin, Butte 38.75
Peterson, Capital 39.10
Cranford, Huntley Project 39.15
S.Beery, Belgrade 39.41
DeLong, Eureka 39.47
Ross, Kalispell 39.48
Lo.Polkow, Skyview 39.50
Dean, Huntley Project 39.64
Hicks, Whitefish 39.7
Allred, Capital 39.78
AA-Schelin. A-S.Beery. B-Bowery. C-Danreuther, Big Sandy, 40.55.

400 relay (42.27)
Butte 43.08
West 43.20
Capital 43.2
Great Falls 43.24
Hellgate 43.29
Kalispell 43.68
Helena 43.7
Big Sky 43.8
Bozeman 43.96
Sidney 43.97
Choteau 44.01
Corvallis 44.20
AA-Butte. A-Sidney. B-Choteau. C-Drummond 44.53.

1,600 relay (3:19.26)
Butte 3:23.3
Thompson Falls 3:25.2
Huntley Project 3:25.7
Capital 3:26.3
Bozeman 3:27.1
Hellgate 3:27.2
Helena 3:27.4
Colstrip 3:27.6
Columbia Falls 3:27.7
Loyola 3:27.9
Skyview 3:28.1
West 3:28.6
AA-Butte. A-Colstrip. B-Thompson Falls. C-Big Sandy 3:32.5.

Javelin (*203-7)
Reno, West 222-4
Bache, Thompson Falls 213-4
B.Baker, Libby 212-1
Pfahler, Frenchtown 210-11
Beaudin, Noxon 190-9
VanFossen, Hellgate 189-7
Boss, Senior 188-1
Degen, Loyola 185-9
Lehman, Harrison 185-5
Lam, Skyview 184-9
K.Baker, Libby 183-5
Swartz, Great Falls 183-0
AA-Reno. A-B.Baker. B-Bache. C-Beaudin. * — New javelin, since 2002

Shot put (68-0 1/2)
Hellekson, Senior 60-3 1/2
Beaudin, Noxon 55-5 1/4
Brown, Conrad 55-4 1/2
Crowe, Butte Cent. 53-3
Harris, Florence 53-3
Clausen, Harlowton 53-2
Houim, Havre 52-10 1/2
Hansen, C.M.Russell 52-10
Gilchrist, Bozeman 52-8
Eckerson, Butte 52-6 1/2
Phillips, Helena 52-6
Unruh, Richey 52-2 3/4
AA-Hellekson. A-Crowe. B-Brown. C-Beaudin.

Discus (193-7)
Hellekson, Senior 186-3
Beaudin, Noxon 178-5
Eckerson, Butte 173-2
Hansen, C.M.Russell 164-6
Rohrer, Brdvw-Lavina 164-0 1/2
Lyles, Senior 163-9
Person, Glendive 163-2
Gordon, Polson 158-10
Justice, Med.Lake-Froid 157-3
Heidema, Manhattan Chr. 157-1
Ledgerwood, Ft.Benton 156-6
Butorovich, Butte 156-2
AA-Hellekson. A-Person. B-Heidema. C-Beaudin.

High jump (7-1)
Carter, C.M.Russell 6-8
Mozer, Helena 6-8
K.Baker, Libby 6-7
Hicks, Whitefish 6-6
Dahl, Drummond 6-6
Smithson, Ennis 6-5
Rohrer, Broadview-Lavina 6-5
J.Palmer, Big Sky 6-4
Bleken, Butte 6-4
Fahrenbruck, Forsyth 6-4
Carlson, Stevensville 6-4
Nemec, Denton 6-4
AA-Carter, Mozer. A-K.Baker. B-Smithson. C-Dahl.

Long jump (23-8)
T.Palmer, Big Sky 22-8 1/2
Segota, Hellgate 22-5
Eike, Melstone 22-3 3/4
Mozer, Helena 22-1
Bergen, West 21-11
Hicks, Whitefish 21-7 1/4
Murray, Great Falls 21-7
Menge, Saco 21-6 1/4
Merrick, Butte 21-3 3/4
Hansen, Malta 21-3
Peterson, Capital 21-3
Brown, Conrad 21-2 1/2
AA-T.Palmer. A-Hicks. B-Hansen. C-Eike.

Triple jump (48-2)
Merrick, Butte 46-9
Bergen, West 46-0 1/2
Rosenbaum, Col. Falls 46-0
Segota, Hellgate 45-10
Hicks, Whitefish 45-0 1/2
Jahner, Kalispell 44-9 1/2
Cichosz, Belfry 44-8 3/4
Mozer, Helena 44-7
Fitzpatrick, Hardin 44-4 3/4
C.Reynolds, Drummond 43-11
Carsley, West Yellowstone 43-7 1/4
Miles, Arlee 43-5
AA-Merrick. A-Rosenbaum. B-Miles. C-Cichosz.

Pole vault (15-9)
Brown, Capital 15-2
Willems, Helena 15-1
Umbaugh, Bozeman 14-7
Biskupiak, Capital 14-6
Guazzo, Helena 14-6
Hermanson, Sidney 14-3
Hagener, Helena 14-1
Buer, Huntley Project 14-1
Cooney, Harlowton 14-0
Gravelle, Kalispell 14-0
AA-Brown. A-Hermanson. B-Buer. C-Cooney.

 

GIRLS

100 (12.24)
Qunell, Geraldine 12.35
Walter, Huntley Project 12.35
Walker, Senior 12.40
Domitrovich, Anaconda 12.41
C.Ferda, Whitefish 12.50
Ham, Bozeman 12.5
DellaSilva, Corvallis 12.55
Johnston, Kalispell 12.56
Cooper, Bozeman 12.60
Saunders, Bozeman 12.60
Halle, Manhattan Chr. 12.62
Clark, Frenchtown 12.63
AA-Walker. A-Domitrovich. B-Walter. C-Qunell.

200 (24.4)
Cooper, Bozeman 25.4
Domitrovich, Anaconda 25.43
Johnston, Kalispell 25.6
Best, C.M.Russell 25.6
Qunell, Geraldine 25.61
Halle, Manhattan Chr. 25.7
Steiner, Plentywood 25.74
Walter, Huntley Project 25.74
Hoblitt, Belgrade 25.75
C.Ferda, Whitefish 25.87
Clark, Frenchtown 25.93
Myers, Kalispell 25.96
AA-Cooper. A-Domitrovich. B-Halle. C-Qunell.

400 (54.62)
Roskam-Purnell, Helena 57.42
Clark, Frenchtown 58.30
Domitrovich, Anaconda 58.35
Steiner, Plentywood 58.39
Best, C.M.Russell 58.46
Cooper, Bozeman 58.68
Qunell, Geraldine 58.96
O’Malley, Senior 59.14
Walter, Huntley Project 59.18
Mahoney, Skyview 59.52
Clark, Geraldine 59.61
Marquis, C.M.Russell 59.67
AA-Roskam-Purnell. A-Clark. B-Steiner. C-Qunell.

800 (2:11.0)
Flynn, Townsend 2:15.5
Nelson, Kalispell 2:15.7
Andrus, Bigfork 2:16.1
Hoenke, Senior 2:17.0
Stone, Seeley-Swan 2:18.0
Loney, Skyview 2:18.4
Bentley, Eureka 2:18.8
Kiegley, Belgrade 2:19.1
Fain, Senior 2:19.1
Ross, Kalispell 2:19.4
DeWalt, Darby 2:19.7
Larson, Opheim 2:20.5
AA-Nelson. A-Andrus. B-Flynn. C-Larson.

1,600 (4:55.18)
Nelson, Kalispell 5:05.1
Stone, Seeley-Swan 5:08.1
Andrus, Bigfork 5:10.2
Flynn, Townsend 5:10.5
DeWalt, Darby 5:11.6
Larson, Opheim 5:14.0
Fain, Senior 5:14.4
Hoenke, Senior 5:15.6
Bossler, Helena 5:20.3
Selleck, West 5:20.7
Tritz, Big Sky 5:22.0
AA-Nelson. A-Andrus. B-Stone. C-Larson.

3,200 (10:26.18)
Nelson, Kalispell 10:50.6
Andrus, Bigfork 11:19.5
Stone, Seeley-Swan 11:20.1
DeWalt, Darby 11:26.4
Tritz, Big Sky 11:26.7
Larson, Opheim 11:28.8
Burfeind, Kalispell 11:31.7
Selleck, West 11:40.4
Fain, Senior 11:42.1
Hoenke, Senior 11:43.9
Gilboy, Capital 11:46.4
Bossler, Helena 11:47.8
AA-Nelson. A-Andrus. B-Stone. C-Larson.

100 hurdles (14.34)
Foster, Townsend 14.99
Farr, Sidney 15.06
Aikins, Cut Bank 15.08
Peterson, Corvallis 15.28
Qunell, Geraldine 15.28
Nordlund, Malta 15.41
A.Ferda, Whitefish 15.41
Walter, Huntley Project 15.48
Walker, Senior 15.49
Sanders, Eureka 15.50
Perry, C.M.Russell 15.59
Linford, Seeley-Swan 15.74
AA-Walker. A-Farr. B-Foster. C-Qunell.

300 hurdles (43.34)
Walter, Huntley Project 44.48
Aikins, Cut Bank 44.55
Marquis, C.M.Russell 44.61
Loney, Skyview 44.78
Qunell, Geraldine 45.00
Myers, Kalispell 45.87
Maines, Bozeman 45.91
Olson, Grass Range 46.0
Sanders, Eureka 46.09
Foster, Townsend 46.34
Hart, Kalispell 46.69
Schipman, Glendive 46.75
AA-Marquis. A-Schipman. B-Walter. C-Qunell.

400 relay (48.3)
Bozeman 48.88
Kalispell 49.48
West 49.83
Cut Bank 49.93
Big Sky 50.22
C.M. Russell 50.30
Livingston 50.40
Helena 50.55
Capital 50.59
Butte 50.60
Anaconda 50.65
AA-Bozeman. A-Livingston. B-Cut Bank. C-Absarokee 51.48.

1,600 relay (3:52.46)
Bozeman 3:59.4
Kalispell 4:00.8
Anaconda 4:01.3
Belgrade 4:01.7
West 4:05.3
Loyola 4:05.9
C.M.Russell 4:06.5
Helena 4:07.0
Skyview 4:07.4
Geraldine 4:08.8
AA-Bozeman. A-Anaconda. B-Loyola. C-Geraldine.

Javelin (*143-9)
Stoltz, Columbia Falls 149-7
Tschida, Loyola 149-6
Brooks, Helena 148-0
Pankratz, Malta 133-3
Woolard, Philipsburg 129-6
Suek, Havre 129-3
Flikkema, Manhattan Chr. 128-0
Nichols, Twin Bridges 127-2
Kolczak, Malta 127-1
Spencer, Kalispell 126-0
McDonald, Philipsburg 125-9
Smith, Corvallis 125-2
AA-Brooks. A-Stoltz. B-Tschida. C-Woolard. * – New javelin, since 2002

Shot put (47-6)
Jones, Harlowton 43-3
Zappe, West 41-8 1/2
Walker, Polson 40-0 3/4
Tommerup, Scobey 39-5
Wruck, Harlowton 39-4
Castro, Dillon 38-11 3/4
Williams, Chinook 38-10 1/4
Murphy, Charlo 38-7 1/4
Stoltz, Columbia Falls 38-6
Peterson, Capital 38-4
Buck, Choteau 38-3
Seaman, Hellgate 37-9
AA-Zappe. A-Walker. B-Williams. C-Jones.

Discus (154-10)
Stoltz, Columbia Falls 141-10
Morrison, Helena 134-7
Bents, West 134-4
Castro, Dillon 134-0
Halverson, West 127-6
Schwenk, Big Sky 127-5
Suek, Havre 125-3
Burtchett, Geraldine 122-5
Klaboe, Miles City 121-5
Swan, Senior 121-3
Murphy, Charlo 120-1
Williams, Chinook 119-4
AA-Morrison. A-Stoltz. B-Williams. C-Burtchett.

High jump (5-9 1/2)
Fischer, Senior 5-6
Kaelberer, Bozeman 5-6
Kleinsasser, Skyview 5-5
Kauffman, Victor 5-5
Linford, Seeley-Swan 5-4
Greany, Belgrade 5-4
DeGroot, Loyola 5-4
Madinger, Seeley-Swan 5-4
Grammens, Brdvw-Lavina 5-4
Lohman, Bozeman 5-4
Jansma, Manhattan 5-4
AA-Fischer, Kaelberer. A-Greany. B-Linford, DeGroot, Madinger, Jansma. C-Kauffman.

Long jump (18-11 1/4)
Austin, Anaconda 17-7
Aikins, Cut Bank 17-5 1/2
Dombrouski, Big Sky 17-2 1/2
Haseman, Helena 17-1
Kampfe, Troy 17-0 3/4
Hartman, Miles City 17-0 1/2
Kosovich, Senior 17-0
Wilhalm, Centerville 16-10 3/4
Tilleman, Bozeman 16-10
Madinger, Seeley-Swan 16-9 1/2
Dahlgren, Big Sky 16-9 1/2
Clark, Geraldine 16-9 1/4
AA-Dombrouski. A-Austin. B-Aikins. C-Wilhalm.

Triple jump (37-10 3/4)
Aikins, Cut Bank 37-5
Tilleman, Bozeman 36-9 1/4
Grammens, Brdvw-Lavina 36-7 1/4
Kauffman, Victor 36-3 3/4
Muri, West 35-11 1/4
Roskam-Purnell, Helena 35-10 1/2
Graham, Sentinel 35-7
Hansen, Big Sky 35-4 1/4
Stoneman, Col. Falls 35-3
Kosovich, Senior 35-1 1/2
Gunlikson, Kalispell 35-0
AA-Tilleman. A-Stoneman. B-Aikins. C-Grammens.

Pole vault (13-0)
Dahlgren, Big Sky 12-4
Kosovich, Senior 11-3
Biehl, Great Falls 11-3
Hixon, Loyola 11-1
Mowbray, Polson 11-0
May-Fraser, Helena 10-6
Yeager, Hellgate 10-6
A.Schutter, Manhattan Chr. 10-6
Crist, Big Sky 10-6
Fehilly, Sidney 10-6
Howard, Bozeman 10-6
AA-Dahlgren. A-Mowbray. B-Hixon. C-Mellinger, Power, 10-0.

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