Missa Webb crosses the finish line first in the 100m dash in the 11-12 age division of the Hershey’s Track Meet held at Delta High School on June 6. Webb also won the standing long jump and the 200m dash events.
The 2012 Hershey's Region 5 Track Meet for area athletes was held at Delta High School on June 6.
There were 69 athletes assembled to participate in the eight events associated with the nationally renowned program.
The top three athletes in both boys and girls categories for ages 9-10, 11-12, and 13-14 were released by Bill Heddles Rec Center coordinator Whitney Lear.
9-10 Age Division
For the standing long jump in the 9-10 year old boys, the top three places went to Sean Graff of Montrose with a jump of 5'7".
Blade McCormick of Delta (5'7") was second, and Shad Lewis of Delta (5'6") was third.
The girls top three in the standing long jump went to Brienna McGovern of Cedaredge (5'3"), Kammie Henderson of Eckert (5'2"), and Grace Trefen from Hotchkiss (4'11").
Hotchkiss' Colby Wilson threw the softball 104'7" to win his division. Braden Sjoden, of Montrose placed second with a throw of 90'0" and Alec Price of Cedaredge was third with a toss of 73'0".
In the girl's division of 9-10 year olds softball throw, Aubrey Henderson of Penrose had the winning throw with 78'2". Delta's Samantha Cassel was second with her 72'0" and Hannah Carlson of Cedaredge was third with a throw of 61'6".
Photo by Wayne Crick
These four young ladies made up the field in last Wednesday’s 1600m run in the girls 13-14 age division. Hotchkiss’ Christie Anderson (front) was the winner followed by Kaylee Dunham and Makayla Mills of Delta. Montrose’s Lauren Peterson was fourth.
In 50m dash competition for the 9-10 boys, Alec Price was the winner in a time of 7.26. Second and third, respectively, went to Colby Wilson (7.27) and Braden Sjoden (7.46).
The girls' 50m dash winners were Cedaredge's Nicole Price (7.78), Aubrey Henderson (8.08.06), and Kammie Henderson (8.0818).
Winners in the 100m dash for 9-10 boys included Colby Wilson (15.49), Alec Price (15.5), and Shad Lewis (16.71).
Girls' winners were Aubrey Henderson (17.02), Brienna McGovern (17.06), and Kammie Henderson (17.46).
In 200m dash competition for the boys, Connor Hogan of Montrose won the event with a time of 30.02. Second place went to Cedaredge's Alejandro Barron (30.64) and Delta's Blade McCormick was third (32.95).
The girls' 200m winners were Nicole Price (35.46), Brienna McGovern (35.66), and Samantha Cassel (38.99).
Connor Hogan won the 400m dash for 9-10 year old boys with a time of 1:15.56. Montrose's Sean Graff placed second (1:18.75), and Alejandro Baron was third (1:21.12).
The girls' 400m winners included Cedaredge's Hannah Carlson (1:26.19), Montrose's Lydia Stryker (1:29.28), and Hotchkiss' Isabella Brezonick (1:31.53).
11-12 Age Division
Hotchkiss' Jake Trefen was this year's standing long jump winner for boys aged 11-12. He jumped 6'6" to get the win with Cedaredge's Peter Carlson leaping 6-2" for second and Connor Imus of Montrose landing 6' 2" from the board for third.
In the girls' division Missa Webb picked up the first of her three wins with a jump of 6'11" in the standing long jump. Hotchkiss' Kaiya Firor was second (6'9") and Lisa Peterson of Montrose was third (6'2").
In the boys' softball throw competition, Peter Carlson threw the ball 128'2" to win first place. Jake Trefen was second (117'0" and Chase Hiatt of Hotchkiss (113'5") was third.
Winners in 11-12 girls' softball throw included Hotchkiss' Josie Hiatt (112'6") and Shelby Hiatt (31'2").
The 11-12 boys' winners in the 100m dash were all from Montrose. First through third place went to Joseph Donohoe (15.19), Bryce Bush (15.62), and Connor Imus (15.65).
Missa Webb was the girls' winner in the 100m dash with a time of 15.15. Lisa Peterson was second (15.31) with Cedaredge's Jade Gummo placing third (15.46).
The 200m dash winners in the boys' division included Olathe's Kade Terrell (34.46), Bryce Bush (35.65), and Cedaredge's Fabian Barron (42.02).
Missa Webb's 33.93 was good enough to win the 200m dash competiton for 11-12 year old girls. Second place went to Jade Gummo (35.09 and third place to MaKayla Kehmeier (37.68) of Cedaredge.
In the 400m dash, Evan Graff of Montrose ran a 1:12.41 to win the event. Peter Carlson was second (1:13.62) and Rock Neal of Hotchkiss (1:20.81) was third.
The 11-12 winners in the girls' division were Kaiya Firor (1:15.56), Lisa Peterson (1:16.50), and Josie Hiatt (1:20.22).
Evan Graff was the 11-12 boys winner in the 800m run. Graff ran the two laps in a time of 2:48.11. Hotchkiss athletes won the second and third places. Jake Trefen had a time of 2:48.93 and Rockley Neal ran a 3:04.02 to place third.
13-14 Age Division
Montrose's Riley Freeland was the winner in both the standing long jump and softball throw competitions last week. He jumped 7'8" in the standing long jump and threw the softball 150'2".
Delta's Kylar Massano placed second in the standing long jump with a leap of 6'3" and was third in the softball throw (115'7"). Montrose's Lake Sanburg was second in the softball throw (139'0").
In the girls' division, Kenzie Henderson jumped 7'4" to win the standing long jump. Delta's Julie Cassel was second (7'2") and Montrose's Lauren Peterson (6'11") was third.
In the boys' 100m dash competition, Cedaredge's Duncan Campbell was the winner in a time of 14.99. Lake Sanburg was second (15.15) and Kylar Massano third (17.46).
For the girls in 100m dash competition, Hotchkiss' Katy Parsons ran a 14.06 to claim first place with Kenzie Henders second (14.18), and Julie Cassel (15.15) placing thirds.
Duncan Campbell doubled up in the dashes with a win in the 200m in a time of 33.96.
Girls' 200m dash winners included Katy Parsons (29.93), Delta's Makayla Mills (30.52), and Delta's Rhiannon Broyles (31.34).
In 800m competition for the boys, Riley Freeland was the lone participant who finished in a time of 2:42.46.
Kayla Trefen won the girls' 800m in a time of 2:45.81 with Rhiannon Broyles (2:50.31) second, and Kaylee Dunham of Delta third (2:58.84).
No boys ran the 1600m race.
The top three runners for the girls were Hotchkiss' Christie Anderson (6:17.85), Kaylee Dunham (6:21.59) and Makayla Mills (6:38.15.