Tiger-Grizz Spillett 2019

Pocatello’s Adison Spillett wins the 400-meter race during the Tiger/Grizz Invitational on Saturday, April 27, 2019, at Ravsten Stadium in Idaho Falls.

FIRST TEAM

100-meter dash

Charlotte Wilson, jr., Rockland

Notable: 1A District 5-6 champion, state champion

The lowdown: Wilson saved her best for last, running a personal-best 12.7 seconds to win the 1A state championship. The junior won the event at six meets and has the No. 23 time in the state — best girls mark in the 1A classification.

200-meter dash

Charlotte Wilson, jr., Rockland

Notable: 1A District 5-6 champion, state champion

The lowdown: Wilson clocked a 26.06 in her final 200 of the season to win the 1A state title. She notched her personal-best 26.01 at May 3’s Grace Invitational — one of six victories for Wilson in the event. Her PR ranks 15th in Idaho and first in 1A among girls.

400-meter dash

Adison Spillett, jr., Pocatello

Notable: 4A District 4-5 champion, Tiger/Grizz champion

The lowdown: Spillett ran a career-best 58.42 to win the 4A District 4-5 championship, the last victory in a steak of five in a row. The junior followed it with a sixth-place finish at state.

800-meter race

Amy White, sr., Shelley

Notable: Fifth place at state

The lowdown: White was the fastest girls 800 runner in the area this season, clocking a personal-best 2:22.11 at the 4A District 6 championship, where she finished second. She won the event at four meets this season.

1,600-meter race

Elli Kelsey, fr., Bear Lake

Notable: 2A state champion

The lowdown: Kelsey exploded during her final race of the season, breaking the tape in 5:17.56 to win the 2A state championship — crushing her previous PR of 5:30.65. Kelsey’s state-winning time is the best in 2A this season among girls.

3,200-meter race

Elli Kelsey, fr., Bear Lake

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, state champion

The lowdown: Like in the 1,600, Kelsey shattered her previous personal best to win the 3,200 state championship. The freshman clocked an 11:18.56 at state — the fastest 2A girls time in the event this spring — to easily clear her old record of 11:41.42.

100-meter hurdles

Kaitlyn Neff, jr,. Blackfoot

Notable: Eighth place at state

The lowdown: Neff gradually decreased her times all season, leading up to a mark of 15.45 seconds at the 4A state meet. Her first meet of the year yielded a time of 18.91, showing the improvement Neff made over the season.

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Highland's Halli Austin competes in the high jump during the 2019 Idaho high school track and field state championships at Eagle High School.

300-meter hurdles

Kate White, sr., Soda Springs

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, third place at state

The lowdown: White PR’d to win the 2A District 5 title in 47.94 seconds. She nearly matched it eight days later, running a 47.95 to place third at the state meet. White won the event at four meets this season.

Relay

Pocatello sprint medley relay

Sadie Eddington, Jassah Quoi, Adison Spillett, Madi Zink

Notable: 4A District 4-5 champions, fourth place at state

The lowdown: Pocatello’s sprint medley foursome won the district title by nearly 4 seconds in 1:52.20 — a time that ranks fifth among Idaho’s girls relays. The team followed it up with a fourth-place finish at the 4A state meet.

Shot put

Destiny Harris, sr., Pocatello

Notable: 4A District 4-5 champion, state runner-up

The lowdown: Harris PR’d to win the district championship, and followed it eight days later with a second-place mark at state. Harris’ district-winning throw of 39 feet, 9 inches ranks sixth in Idaho and second in 4A this season among girls.

Discus

Destiny Harris, sr., Pocatello

Notable: 4A District 4-5 champion, state champion

The lowdown: Harris finished first in the discus at seven meets this season, capped by a personal-best heave of 145 feet, 1 inch to win the 4A state championship — the top girls throw in Idaho this season by over 8 feet.

High jump

Madison Lempka, soph., Shelley

Notable: 4A District 6 champion, state runner-up

The lowdown: Lempka defended her district title and notched a second consecutive runner-up finish at state. Her PR of 5 feet, 4 inches is tied for the third-best girls high jump this season in Idaho.

Charlotte Wilson state triple jump 2019

Rockland’s Charlotte Wilson competes in the triple jump during the 2019 Idaho high school track and field state championships at Middleton High School.

Pole vault

Lilia Ebanez, sr., West Side

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, third place at state

The lowdown: Ebanez tied her personal-best vault at state, where she cleared 9 feet, 6 inches to claim the third-place medal. It eclipsed her district-winning mark by a foot and tied for the fourth-best girls height in 2A this season.

Long jump

Charlotte Wilson, jr., Rockland

Notable: 1A District 5-6 champion, third place at state

The lowdown: Wilson never finished worse than third in the long jump this season, leaping as far as 16 feet, 10 inches at the Tiger/Grizz Invite in April — the best girls long jump in 1A this season.

Triple jump

Savannah Royal, sr., Preston

Notable: Tiger/Grizz runner-up, sixth place at state

The lowdown: Royal recovered from an injury in time to compete at the 4A state meet, where she finished sixth thanks to a leap of 34 feet, 6.75 inches. The senior PR’d at Tiger/Grizz with a jump of 36-8 — good for eighth overall and third in 4A this season.

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Bear Lake’s Chelsea Gundersen spins after heaving the shot put during the 2019 3A/2A/1A track and field state championships at Middleton High School.

HONORABLE MENTION

100-meter dash

Sydree Bell, fr., Highland

Notable: Third place in 5A District 5-6

200-meter dash

Adison Spillett, jr., Pocatello

Notable: Second place in 4A District 4-5, eighth place at state

400-meter dash

Cassi Robbins, soph., Firth

Notable: 2A District 6 champion, state champion

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Snake River's Kassidee Campbell competes in the long jump during the 2019 3A/2A/1A track and field state championships at Middleton High School.

800-meter race

Elise Kelsey, fr., Bear Lake

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, state runner-up

1,600-meter race

Karlie Callahan, sr., Shelley

Notable: 4A District 6 runner-up, sixth place at state

3,200-meter race

Elise Kelsey, fr., Bear Lake

Notable: 2A District 5 runner-up, state runner-up

100-meter hurdles

Ellie Stegelmeier, jr., West Side

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, fifth place at state

300-meter hurdles

Bayla Tripp, jr., Malad

Notable: Sixth place at state

Relay

Firth 4x400-meter relay

Cassi Robbins, Kaydee Park, Abby Schiess, Jaylyn McKinnon

Notable: 2A state champion

Shot put

Chelsea Gundersen, jr., Bear Lake

Notable: 2A District 5 champion, state champion

Discus

Elizabeth Michaelson, fr., Marsh Valley

Notable: 3A District 5 champion

High jump

Halli Austin, jr., Highland

Notable: First place at Boise Relays

Pole vault

Saydree Bell, fr., Highland

Notable: 5A District 5-6 runner-up

Long jump

Kassidee Campbell, sr., Snake River

Notable: 3A District 5 champion, fifth place at state

Triple jump

Charlotte Wilson, jr., Rockland

Notable: 1A District 5-6 champion, state champion