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Photo by Wayne Crick Sadie Miller shows great form as she clears the bar in last Saturday’s high jump competition in Cedaredge. The Paonia athlete won the event with her season-best effort of 4-10. Miller is also a state qualifier in the event.
Photo by Wayne Crick Paonia’s Kassidy Rapke is shown handing the baton to Poppy Lightfoot on the first exchange of the 800m sprint medley last Friday in Cedaredge. The Eagles finished second in the race with a time of 1:59.64.
Photo by Wayne Crick The finals of last Friday’s girls 100m hurdles was closely contested as the picture above shows. McKenna Palmer (lane 5) battled Montrose to the finish line but finished third behind freshman Baylee Harris (lane 2). The Bruins’ Aspen Furubotten (lane 6) was fourth and Nicole Miller (lane 3) was fifth and Taelor Mills in lane eight was seventh.

Paonia girls first at Cedaredge track meet

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In the final state qualifying track meet of the season the Paonia girls scored 141 points to win the 11-team Cedaredge Bruin Invitational.

Brooke Hillman won the 800m in a season-best time of 2:27.83. It was the seventh meet win in the 800 for Hillman, a senior who will make her fourth state appearance in the event this week.

Senior Mckenna Palmer won the triple jump with a mark of 34 feet, 8.75 inches, and the long jump with a mark of 15-8.25. Palmer, who set the current meet record of 35-2.75 in 2016, is ranked first heading into this week's state track meet. Palmer placed third in state in triple jump as a sophomore and won silver as a junior.

Palmer, who will also compete in state in the long jump and 100-meter hurdles, won bronze in the 100 hurdles at Cedaredge with a time of 17.92.

In the 300 hurdles, senior state qualifier Randi Rapke won bronze with a time of 50.92.

Distance runner Katya Schwieterman set a state-qualifying time of 13:19.16 to win the 3200-meter run.

In high jump, sophomore Sadie Miller set a personal record of 4-10 to win silver and qualify for state competition. State qualifier Lyla Hayutin-Baril won bronze with a jump of 4-8. Natalie Reich-Rogers placed fifth with a jump of 4-8.

Alexandra Eaton won the 100-meter dash in 13.83, and Kassidy Rapke took silver with a time of 14.20; Emily Miller placed sixth (14.61).

State qualifier Sabrina Leighton placed fourth in shot put with a throw of 35 feet, one-half inch.

State qualifier Poppy Lightfoot won bronze in the triple jump with a mark of 32-2.75, Lyla Hayutin-Baril placed fifth (30-11) and McKenna Johnson placed sixth (30-8.75). Freshman Tawny Roberts placed fifth in the 800m run (2:31.94). The 400m relay team won silver in 52.33 seconds, and the 800m medley relay team won silver in 1:59.64.

In the men's competition, senior Cyrus Malek-Madani had a career-best throw of 138-8 to win silver.

Malek-Madani also placed sixth in shot put with a throw of 41-3.5. He will compete in both events at this week's state meet in Lakewood.

Harley Ewert won bronze in the 800m with a time of 2:07.24; Ethan Bartlett won silver in the 3200m run in 10:57.30 and won bronze in the 1600m run with a time of 4:54.40.

Kyle Long had a season-best performance in high jump, winning bronze with a jump of 5 feet, 8 inches.

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