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State Track Bests (2007)

(All-class records are in parentheses).

BOYS

100 (10.74)

Cady, Colstrip 10.4
Muri, Billings West 10.7
Wilson, CMR 10.7
Neumiller, Glasgow 10.78
Pelczar, Billings West 10.8
MacDonald, Billings West 10.8
Lang, Helena 11.0
Booth, Great Falls 11.01
Ohs, Glendive 11.03
McGurran, Cascade 11.04
AA-Muri, Billings West. A-Ohs, Glendive. B-Cady, Colstrip. C-Graber, Joliet, 11.14.

200 (21.4)
Wilson, CMR 21.6
Maes, Helena 21.8
Pelczar, Billings West 21.88
Cady, Colstrip 21.91
Pearce, Billings Skyview 21.92
MacDonald, Billings West 22.32
Marshall, Laurel 22.32
McGurran, Cascade 22.47
Goodrich, Bozeman 22.52
Neumiller, Glasgow 22.57
AA-Wilson, CMR. A-Marshall, Laurel. B-Cady, Colstrip. C-Graber, Joliet, 22.65.

400 (47.9)
Pelczar, Billings West 49.2
Palmer, Butte 49.39
McGurran, Cascade 49.45
Rowan, Libby 49.55
Marshall, Laurel 49.56
Shows, Ennis 49.8
Goodrich, Bozeman 49.89
Mossey, Lewistown 49.97
Armstrong, Eureka 49.98
Pearce, Billings Skyview 50.10
AA-Pelczar, Billings West. A-Rowan, Libby. B-McGurran, Cascade. C-Shows, Ennis.

800 (1:51.84)
Casey, Laurel 1:55.4
Palmer, Butte 1:56.3
Torgison, Polson 1:56.9
Shows, Ennis 1:57.2
Coco, Whitefish 1:57.3
Mossey, Lewistown 1:57.4
Bentley, Lewistown 1:58.0
Bush, Billings West 1:58.3
Mai, Victor 1:58.3
Ketterling, Joliet 1:58.3
AA-Palmer, Butte. A-Casey, Laurel. B-Jones, Fort Benton, 2:00.2. C-Shows, Ennis.

1,600 (4:13.29)
Casey, Laurel 4:19.9
Brekke, Bozeman 4:21.3
Coco, Whitefish 4:22.8
Torgison, Polson 4:24.4
Brooks, Sentinel 4:25.5
Lund, Big Sky 4:28.3
Sharder, Butte 4:28.8
Abrahamsen, Darby 4:29.7
Mai, Victor 4:30.3
Smith, Gardiner 4:30.6
AA-Brekke, Bozeman. A-Casey, Laurel. B-Abrahamsen, Darby. C-Mai, Victor.

3,200 (9:13.3)
Brekke, Bozeman 9:38.7
Coco, Whitefish 9:40.2
Casey, Laurel 9:40.4
Brooks, Sentinel 9:41.5
Torgison, Polson 9:47.8
Barker, Helena 9:48.8
Smith, Gardiner 9:51.8
Roske, Hellgate 9:52.3
Abrahamsen, Darby 9:53.2
Norris, Dillon 9:54.8
AA-Brekke, Bozeman. A-Coco, Whitefish. B-Abrahamsen, Darby. C-Smith, Gardiner.

110 hurdles (14.21)
Powell, Corvallis 14.68
Hunt, Capital 14.74
Mudrow, Havre 14.75
Devlin, Big Sky 14.8
Miller, Capital 14.9
Hodke, Great Falls 14.91
VanWinkle, Malta 14.91
Hoffman, Huntley Project 14.91
Hamilton, Big Sky 14.93
Muri, Billings West 15.0
AA-Hunt, Capital. A-Powell, Corvallis. B-Van Winkle, Malta, and Hoffman, Huntley Project. C-Reynolds, Drummond, 15.19.

300 hurdles (37.66)
Hamilton, Big Sky 39.08
Lu.Polkow, Skyview 39.50
Owens, Big Sky 39.73
Hodke, Great Falls 39.83
Hoffman, H. Project 39.83
Long, Capital 39.92
Moore, Manhattan 39.94
Hover, Hellgate 40.0
Reynolds, Drummond 40.05
Schey, Billings West 40.22
AA-Hamilton, Big Sky. A-Mudrow, Havre, 40.8. B-Hoffman, Huntley Project. C-Reynolds, Drummond.

400 relay (42.27)
Billings West 42.3
Flathead 42.80
Helena 43.03
Billings Senior 43.2
Billings Skyview 43.6
Great Falls 43.68
Capital 43.76
Big Sky 43.8
Saco-Hinsdale 43.9
Bozeman 43.94
AA-Billings West. A-Corvallis, 44.08. B-Huntley Project, 43.98. C-Saco-Hinsdale.

1600 relay (3:19.26)
Billings West 3:21.8
Capital 3:22.8
Corvallis 3:25.3
Bozeman 3:25.9
Flathead 3:26.3
Big Sky 3:26.9
Libby 3:27.0
Belgrade 3:27.9
Helena 3:28.8
Saco-Hinsdale 3:29.3
AA-Billings West. A-Corvallis. B-Huntley Project 3:31.1. C-Saco-Hinsdale.

Shot put (68-1/2)
McMillan, Billings Central 56-6
Cole, Bozeman 55-11
Sybrant, Corvallis 55-41/2
Phillips, Deer Lodge 54-5
Donaldson, Big Sky 53-10
N. Clark, Sheridan 53-8
Gilreath, Roundup 53-21/2
Shaw, Thompson Falls 52-8
O’Brien, Billings Central 51-2
Blood, Capital 50-101/2
AA-Cole, Bozeman. A-McMillan, Billings Central. B-Phillips, Deer Lodge. C-N. Clark, Sheridan.

Discus (193-7)
Cole, Bozeman 177-7
Phillips, Deer Lodge 172-6
Sybrant, Corvallis 169-6
Ferriter, Butte Central 167-3
Maus, Sentinel 164-6
McMillan, Billings Central 163-11
Thornton, Capital 162-1
Harris, Flathead 161-2
DeJong, Man. Christian 160-7
White, Billings West 159-8
AA-Cole, Bozeman. A-Sybrant, Corvallis. B-Phillips, Deer Lodge. C-Hardy, Fairview, 158-10.

Javelin (213-4 and 249-7*)
Fischer, Flathead 199-8
Palmer, Troy 193-2
Rogers, Sentinel 185-7
Newell, Eureka 183-0
Flemmer, Thompson Falls 182-11
Velasquez, Frenchtown 181-10
K.Smith, Senior 181-5
Co.Dennehy, Butte 180-7
Hardy, Fairview 180-7
Chavez, Big Timber 179-10
AA-Fischer, Flathead. A-Velasquez, Frenchtown. B-Palmer, Troy. C-Hardy, Fairview.

High jump (7-1)
Idol, Whitefish 6-81/4
Wright, Libby 6-71/4
Foran, Winifred 6-5
Johns, Big Sky 6-4
Murray, Billings West 6-4
Block, Frenchtown 6-4
Meiers, Glendive 6-4
Mudrow, Havre 6-4
Kozub, Lewistown 6-4
Camarillo, Three Forks 6-4
Gilham, Harlem 6-4
Martin, Harlem 6-4
Palmer, Troy 6-4
Fryxell, Plains 6-4
Weatherwax, G.F. Central 6-4
AA-Johns, Big Sky, and Murray, Billings West. A-Idol, Whitefish. B-Palmer, Troy; Martin, Harlem; Gilham, Harlem; Palmer, Troy; and Camarillo, Three Forks. C-Foran, Winifred.

Long jump (23-8)
Raymond, Billings Senior 22-51/2
Halko, Centerville 22-5
Muri, Billings West 22-11/2
McGurran, Cascade 22-11/4
J.Smith, Broadus 21-91/2
Stein, Nashua 21-91/2
Tkachyk, Whitefish 21-81/2
MacDonald, Billings West 21-73/4
Schey, Billings West 21-71/2
Beery, Belgrade 21-61/2
AA-Raymond, Billings West. A-Tkachyk, Whitefish. B-McGurran, Cascade. C-Halko, Centerville.

Triple jump (48-2)
King, Billings West 45-81/4
Sundheim, Sidney 44-5
Muri, Billings West 44-11/2
Benedict, Bigfork 43-103/4
Wilde, Frenchtown 43-71/2
Wright, Libby 43-71/4
Zundel, Billings West 43-31/4
Fitzpatrick, Hardin 43-2
Parcell, Seeley-Swan 43-2
Stenberg, Superior 43-3/4
AA-King, Billings West. A-Sundheim, Sidney. B-Parcell, Seeley-Swan. C-Stenberg, Superior.

Pole vault (15-9)
Bowman, Hardin 15-1
Schenavar, Thompson Falls 15-0
McKinley, CMR 14-6
Buer, Huntley Project 14-6
Wardell, Helena Capital 14-4
Robinson, Billings West 14-3
Capdeville, Hinsdale-Saco 14-0
Derks, Denton 13-9
Maes, Helena 13-6
Trimbo, Big Sky 13-6
Solberg, Billings Senior 13-6
Prestegaard, Whitefish 13-6
Byron, Corvallis 13-6
Kelley, Polson 13-6
Padden, Laurel 13-6
AA-McKinley, CMR. A-Bowman, Hardin. B-Schenavar, Thompson Falls. C-Capdeville, Hinsdale-Saco.

 

GIRLS

100 (12.24)
Ca.Muri, Billings West 12.3
Simons, Laurel 12.50
Cummings, Roundup 12.50
Kelley, Butte 12.5
Henderson, Corvallis 12.53
Fitzpatrick, Cut Bank 12.59
Kirkendall, CMR 12.6
Leslie, Billings West 12.6
McKay, Billings West 12.6
McGree, Butte 12.6
AA-Ca.Muri, West. A-Simons, Laurel. B-Cummings, Roundup. C-Snare, Peerless, and Bower, Chinook, 12.7.

200 (24.4)
McKay, Billings West 25.24
Streipe, CMR 25.25
Jenkins, Big Sky 25.56
Henderson, Corvallis 25.61
Leslie, Billings West 25.65
Simons, Laurel 25.65
Furrer, Hellgate 25.68
McGree, Butte 25.86
Kelley, Butte 25.92
Ham,. Bozeman 26.02
Danreuther, Big Sandy 26.02
AA-McKay, Billings West. A-Simons, Laurel. B-Fitzpatrick, Cut Bank, 26.05. C-Danreuther, Big Sandy.

400 (54.62)
Jenkins, Big Sky 57.35
Grey, Sentinel 57.39
Danreuther, Big Sandy 57.6
Henderson, Corvallis 57.94
McKay, Billings West 58.08
Leslie, Billings West 58.57
Kelley, Polson 58.59
Aragon, Billings Senior 58.70
Davey, Polson 59.00
Myers, Townsend 59.10
Williams, Absarokee 59.10
AA-Jenkins, Big Sky. A-Henderson, Corvallis. B-Myers, Townsend. C-Danreuther, Big Sandy.

800 (2:11.0)
Danreuther, Big Sandy 2:12.0
Aragon, Senior 2:15.6
Grey, Sentinel 2:16.4
Dennehy, Butte 2:17.0
Rietz, West 2:17.5
Spartas, Bozeman 2:18.0
Trotter, Hamilton 2:18.1
Haug, Livingston 2:19.3
Will, Capital 2:19.9
Conley, Florence 2:19.9
AA-Aragon, Senior. A-Trotter, Hamilton. B-Conley, Florence. C-Danreuther, Big Sandy.

1,600 (4:55.18)
Aragon, Billings Senior 5:02.0
Stone, Seeley-Swan 5:04.7
Turner, Bozeman 5:05.0
Dennehy, Butte 5:10.0
Auri.Fain, Billings Senior 5:12.4
Schweitzer, Chester-JI 5:16.5
Storle, Dutton-Brady 5:16.5
Spartas, Bozeman 5:16.9
Haug, Livingston 5:16.8
Fraley, Glacier 5:18.0
AA-Aragon, Billings Senior. A-Haug, Livingston. B-Stone, Seeley-Swan. C-Schweitzer, Chester-JI, and Storle, Dutton-Brady.

3,200 (10:16.18)
Stone, Seeley-Swan 10:53.4
Turner, Bozeman 11:13.0
Aragon, Senior 11:20.6
Dennehy, Butte 11:25.0
Auri.Fain, Senior 11:32.7
Fraley, Glacier 11:36.0
Kuennen, Whitefish 11.39.5
Aura.Fain, Senior 11:39.6
Demorest, Darby 11:40.0
West, CMR 11:41.7
AA-Turner, Bozeman. A-Kuennen, Whitefish. B-Stone, Seeley-Swan. C-Young, Harrison, 11:57.2.

100 hurdles (14.34)
Hall, Big Sky 14.81
McGree, Butte 14.94
Niemeir, Florence 14.96
Ferda, Whitefish 14.97
Denham, Malta 14.98
Squire, Corvallis 14.99
Ca.Muri, West 15.0
Abbott, Butte 15.26
Haas, Belgrade 15.36
Da.Muri, Billings West 15.37
AA-Hall, Big Sky. A-Ferda, Whitefish. B-Niemeir, Florence. C-McKinley, Geraldine, 15.4.

300 hurdles (43.34)
Danreuther, Big Sandy 45.1
Davey, Polson 45.18
Niemeir, Florence 45.25
Haas, Belgrade 45.49
Abbott, Butte 46.06
Conley, Florence 46.30
Ferguson, Billings Skyview 46.56
McGree, Butte 46.66
Squire, Corvallis 46.68
McKinley, Geraldine 46.76
AA-Abbott, Butte. A-Davey, Polson. B-Niemeir, Florence. C-Danreuther, Big Sandy.

400 relay (48.3)
Billings West 49.03
CMR 49.60
Glacier 49.89
Bozeman 49.93
Butte 50.06
Sentinel 50.17
Hamilton 50.18
Big Sky 50.19
Hellgate 50.19
Belgrade 50.49
AA-Billings West. A-Hamilton. B-Glasgow 50.87. C-Bridger 52.16.

1,600 relay (3:52.46)
Billings West 3:57.1
Bozeman 3:59.4
CMR 4:01.2
Polson 4:03.7
Hamilton 4:05.0
Big Sky 4:06.6
Hellgate 4:06.7
Malta 4:07.4
Corvallis 4:07.6
Sentinel 4:08.3
AA-Billings West. A-Polson. B-Malta. C-Big Sandy 4:13.0.

Shot put (47-6)
McNally, Ennis 43-9
Harvey, Belgrade 41-1
Rajala, Hellgate 40-7
Sharbono, Billings West 40-13/4
Tilleman, Bozeman 40-11/4
Medeiros, Loyola 39-9
Hashley, Glacier 39-7
Holland-Stergar, Butte 39-7
Teasley, Great Falls 39-1
Hashley, Glacier 38-61/2
Dyrland, North Star 38-61/2
AA-Rajala, Hellgate. A-Harvey, Belgrade. B-Medeiros, Loyola. C-McNally, Ennis.

Discus (154-10)
Sharbono, Billings West 142-0
McNally, Ennis 139-7
Tilleman, Bozeman 136-9
Rohrer, Broadview-Lavina 133-2
Rajala, Hellgate 129-9
Harvey, Belgrade 129-3
Harkness, Billings West 129-2
Cole, Bozeman 123-3
K.Smith, Butte 121-10
O’Neill, Butte 121-1
Feilzer, Big Sky 121-1
AA-Sharbono, Billings West. A-Harvey, Belgrade. B-Tramelli, Cascade, 115-8. C-McNally, Ennis.

Javelin (149-6)
Clark, Bozeman 135-10
Counter, Columbus 133-4
Ferda, Whitefish 132-6
Semansky, Highwood 130-5
Hopp-Juden, Cascade 129-11
Lepley, Philipsburg 129-9
Vulles, Plains 129-4
Cress, Darby 129-2
Vandolah, Choteau 128-3
Robinson, Butte 126-3
AA-Clark, Bozeman. A-Ferda, Whitefish. B-Counter, Columbus. C-Semansky, Highwood.

High jump (5-91/2)
Abbott, Butte 5-7
Huset, Frenchtown 5-5
Amsbaugh, Big Sandy 5-5
Edinger, Senior 5-4
Cole, Bozeman 5-3
Gilligan, Big Sky 5-3
Krautbauer, Flathead 5-3
Cobb, Cascade 5-3
Hoeninghausen, Gardiner 5-3
Several at 5-2
AA-Abbott, Butte. A-Huset, Frenchtown. B-Cobb, Cascade. C-Amsbaugh, Big Sandy.

Long jump (18-113/4)
Cote, Gardiner 18-71/2
Leslie, West 18-33/4
Ca.Muri, West 17-73/4
Da.Muri, West 17-71/2
Danreuther, Big Sandy 17-61/2
Furrer, Hellgate 17-51/2
McGree, Butte 17-41/2
Santy, Huntley Project 17-31/2
Hugs, Hardin 17-21/4
Hall, Big Sky 16-111/2
McKay, Billings West 16-111/2
AA-Leslie, West. A-Hugs, Hardin. B-Santy, Huntley Project. C-Cote, Gardiner.

Triple jump (37-103/4)
Graham, Sentinel 37-4
Ca.Muri, West 36-31/2
Glaus, Whitehall 36-11/2
Smart, Glacier 36-1
Hall, Big Sky 35-81/2
Tilleman, Bozeman 35-6
Mellinger, Choteau 35-31/2
Sundsted, Westby 35-21/2
Cummings, Roundup 35-2
Pfau, Arlee 35-1
AA-Graham, Missoula Sentinel. A-Powell, Billings Central, 34-71/2. B-Glaus, Whitehall. C-Sunsted, Westby.

Pole vault (13-0)
Chambers, Billings Senior 11-2
Fink, Sidney 11-0
Aragon, Billings Senior 10-6
Lubke, Capital 10-6
Evanson, Helena 10-6
Huguet, Big Sky 10-6
Madison, Great Falls 10-0
Burdaux, CMR 10-0
Davey, Polson 10-0
Bawden, Sidney 10-0
Warren, Boulder 10-0
AA-Chambers, Billings Senior. A-Fink, Sidney. B-Warren, Boulder. C-Semansky, Highwood, 9-7.

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