The White Pine High baseball, softball and track teams swing back into action this week.

For the track team, last week some of the Bobcats, but not all, competed in the 10-team Elko Kiwanis Invitational on March 30.  The boys did quite well at the meet, taking second place with 137 points. Spring Creek was first place with 192 points.

And the girls team finished in third place behind Spring Creek and Elko with 62 points.

Saxtyn Brewster did not compete for the boys nor did Lily Fullmer, Madison Rick and Candyce Humphries for the girls, which coach Justin Locke said was a decision he left up to the kids themselves since it was a mid-week meet, but he expects most of the team, even though it is Spring Break will compete this  Friday at one of the biggest meets of the season, the multi-team Richard Lewis Invitational at Moapa Valley High School in Overton.

At the Kiwanis meet, White Pine sophomore Kincade Waggener set a personal record of 2:18.43 for a second place finish at the distance.

Zeke Vinson was first in the 200 meters and third in the 100 meters. Gavin Henroid placed second in the 110 meter hurdles. In this event, the Bobcats led by Gavin Henroid took second through sixth place. In the 300 meter hurdles, Henroid and David Nicholes ran third and fourth.

Phoenix Ball won the High Jump with K. Rabavira finishing in third place.

And the 4×400 relay team (Ball, Lyons Walker, Vinson), who lead the state in the 2A ranks, won the event.

BOYS

100 meters – Zeke Vinson, third place, 11.70, Phoenix Ball, 12.01

200 meters – Vinson, first place, 23.56

800 meters – Waggener, second place, 2:18.43, Andrew Young, 2:43.9

1,600 meters – Mark Porter, 5:40.2, Taylor Humphries, 5:53.2,

3,200 meters – Porter, fourth place, 12:03.9

110m hurdles – Gavin Henroid, second place, 20.21, Adam Theurer, 20.23, David Nicholes, 21.96, Devin Starkey, 21.99, Nathan Nicholes, 22.28

300m hurdles – Henroid, 50.60, D. Nicholes, 51.63, N. Nicholes, 55.41

4×100 relay – sixth place, 52.06

4×200 relay – fifth place, 1:51.7

4×400 relay – first place, 3:46.74x

800 relay – third place, 10:15.6

Shot put – Kegan Hexem, 33-1½, Coy Sturgeon, 30-7¾, Mckean Windous, 21-10½

Discus – Hexem, 92-10, Sturgeon, 63-7, Windous, 54-9

High jump – Ball, first place, 5-8, K. Rabavira, third place, 5-4, Brady Lyons, 5-4, D. Nicholes, 5-2, Theurer, 5-2

Pole vault – Justin Mabson, 7-6

Long Jump – Humphries, 13-1½

Triple Jump – D. Nicholes, 34-2½

GIRLS

100 meters – Sidney Hansen, 13.93, Whitney Prengel, 14.76, Deborah Partey, 15.95, Rachel Porter, 16.50

200 meters – Zoe Beckley, 30.78, Partley, 33.02, Lauren Long, 33.08, Rachel Jones, 35.06

400 meters –  Isabella Farrell, 1:12.15, Long, 1:20.0

800 meters – Bethany Lister, 2:59.3

100m hurdles – Olivia Hendrix, third place, 19.81, Sage Dutson, 21. 65

4×100 relay – fourth place, 58.06

4×200 relay – third place, 2:01.6

4×400 relay – second place, 5:00.5

4×800 relay – third place, 11:46.5

Shot put – Emma Boren, 26-7¾, Cammie Poulsen, 20-8¾, Sabre Westlund, 17-0

Discus – Poulsen, fourth place, 86-8, Boren, 86-0, Westlund, 40-05

High jump – Hendrix, third place, 4-08

Pole vault – Mickell Weston, 6-0

Long jump – Beckley, 12-9¾, Aaleeah Jacobsen, 11-10,

Long, 9-07, Charity Parry, 9-03

Triple jump – Beckley, fourth place, 27-00¾, Jacobsen, 27-00½

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