Once upon a time, the sight of Kolt Byers lining up for the high jump sent fear and awe into the heart of any competitor who might face him.

The Bermudian Springs junior proved he still has a knack for the event that brought him prominence in the Times Area when he defended his high jump title at the YAIAA Track and Field Championships on Friday.

But this Kolt is no longer a one-trick pony.

Byers pulled off a trifecta by bringing home conference gold in the triple jump (44-3.25) and the pole vault (13-10). His high jump victory, coming after he was the only competitor to clear 6-2, was merely an afterthought once he hit personal bests in the other two events.

Byers was one of the last athletes to leave the Dallastown track, just a little before 11 p.m. heading into the weekend. The grin on his face made it clear that nothing could drag him down.

“Even our 4x100, we PR-ed for the season,” he said. “Me and Thomas (Bross) have been struggling just a little with our handoff, but we even got that off perfectly today. I’m happy with everything he said.”

Since the offseason, Byers has pushed to add some balance to his resume. As a sophomore, he broke the Eagles’ indoor and outdoor high jump marks but wanted to be a true threat in more than one category.

In preparation for a pair of decathlons this summer, he learned to pole vault, lengthened his lateral leaps and has even taken on the javelin at times this season. He ranks no lower than second in the District 3 Class 2A performance lists heading into next weekend’s District 3 Championships at Shippensburg University. After this weekend, there’s no reason to believe he can’t score well in whatever he wishes.

“The postseason is going to be a really good time this year,” he said. “After the season, I have to learn shot, disc and the hurdles, but hopefully that goes well.”

Byers was most satisfied with Friday’s triple jump, where he picked up more than a foot on his previous best. He said he knew he’d reached unknown frontiers as soon as he landed. He immediately told jumps coach Missy Wagner that he was going to break the school record, a 44-8 held by Dan Lott since 1987.

“Each time it feels like I’m going to get a little more,” he said. “I jumped 44-3 and 44-2 today. I’m going to try to get as many school records as I can.”

No one, including Byers, would have picked the pole vault record to be within reach – at least not this quickly. After Friday’s performance, he’s only 10 inches from that mark, a 14-7.5 held by Brian Weaver since 1987.

Byers had never tried the event until this year. He figured a crippling fear of heights would stifle his chances for any real progress.

“The first meet I was only around 10 feet and I was already terrified,” he said. “When I’m running up, I look at anything but the bar because it scares me. My coaches put me on a new pole tonight and it shot me higher than I thought it as going to. I’ve got to get over the fear of that.”

DEUCE FOR DOLCE

Previous postseasons have not been kind to Delone Catholic’s terror in the tosses, but Rebecca Dolce may have put an end to that predicament last weekend.

Dolce pulled out a pair of YAIAA championship golds when she threw a career best 112 feet, eight inches in the discus, then followed with one of her top shot put tosses, landing the big ball at 34-2.75.

“I’m still really happy about it,” Dolce said, reached by telephone on Sunday. “It was a thrill to win at a higher level where there’s more competition. It made me so happy to see all the work put came into fruition.”

Dolce had a great week in practice with throws coach Patrick Lehman. Improving footwork has been the key to the more than six-foot increase in her discus, she said. Lehman was on hand to see her performance on Friday.

“At least someone’s finally listening to me now,” Dolce remembered her coach saying with a grin as she walked away from the circle.

Dolce isn’t the only one who is relying on her success to continue this weekend at Shippensburg, where she enters as the No. 4 seed in each throw.

Delone Catholic head track and field coach Dusty Lehr has put his girls on notice. In order to defend their D3-2A team title, they will need to take down a surging Greenwood squad. Even if all goes according to plan, the meet will come down to the final few races. In the field, every point will count.

“I just want to make it a good postseason and not be nervous like I was the years before,” Dolce said. “We’re training especially hard to make sure we eliminate any errors. We want to leave our best performances out there.”

MISSING IN ACTION

Twelve returning champions were on hand at the YAIAA Championships. Eleven competed and six defended their crowns.

Fairfield’s Travis Zimmerman intended to give it his best shot (no pun intended) but decided at the last minute to scratch out of the event. The Sultan of Shot decided to give a battle wound one more week to heal.

The Green Knights’ top thrower was chatting with friends last week at the Greencastle-Antrim Last Chance Meet when he felt one of the worst pains he’s ever experienced. An errant shot put traveled 25 feet wide of the target area and struck him in the right side of his abdomen.

Friends and coaches said Zimmerman stood and tried to walk it off, but his face turned white as the pain continued to surge. He left soon after to be checked out by medical professionals.

“If there’s a good place to get hit by a shot, I got hit in it,” he said. “A little lower and it would have been right on top of the hip. Any higher and it probably breaks a couple of ribs.”

Zimmerman’s organs did not suffer internal bleeding and he is clear of any fractures. However, a deep tissue bruise and some nerve damage has left him in the lurch for the short term.

“I’ve been practicing this week to try to get anything I can out of it,” he said. “Mentally, I still have the end goal in mind to make states. Physically, I’m doing whatever I can to stay in shape. Once Monday hits, I’ll be getting ready for districts. I’m looking forward to getting back in the circle.”

Adam Michael can be reached at amichael@gburgtimes.com or follow him on Twitter:@GoodOleTwoNames YAIAA Track and Field Championships Friday, May 10 at Dallastown H.S. Key BS- Bermudian Springs, Big- Biglerville, CY- Central York, Dal- Dallastown, DC- Delone Catholic, Dov- Dover, EY- Eastern York, Fair – Fairfield, Get- Gettysburg, Han- Hanover, KD- Kennard-Dale, Lit – Littlestown, NO -New Oxford, NE- Northeastern, RL- Red Lion, SW- South Western, SG- Spring Grove, Sus- Susquehannock, WY- West York, WP- William Penn, YT- York Tech, YS- York Suburban BOYS Medalists (top eight), plus locals 100: 1. Jessup (RL) 10.78, 2. Lagana (NE) 11.06, 3. Mclean (Dal) 11.07, 4. McDaniel (Dal) 11.33, 5. Alford (YT) 11.40, 6. Brooks (YS) 11.43; Prelims: 9. Thomas Bross (BS) 11.77, 11. Connor Becker (NO) 11.79, 12. Noah Sanders (Get) 11.84, 19. Jalen Bradford (SW) 12.03, 21. Ryan Hart (BS) 12.19, 23. Josh Little (NO) 12.24, 24. Elijah Jarosz (Fair) 12.42, 25. Marcus Pruy (Fair) 12.73. 200: 1. Jessup (RL) 21.84, 2. Virata (RL) 22.55, 3. McLean (Dal) 22.56, 4. Lagan (NE) 22.64, 5. Kauffman (WY) 23.14, 7. Alford (YT) 23.19, 8. McDaniel (Dal) 24.25; Prelims: 9. Bross (BS) 23.21, 10. Sanders (Get) 23.29, 13. AJ Knobloch (DC) 23.64, 14. Little (NO) 23.71; 21. Hart (BS) 24.35, 23. Pruy (Fair) 24.73. 400: 1. Sanders (Get) 50.07, 2. Becker (NO) 50.59, 3. McCredie (Sus) 51.91, 4. Noah Strausbaugh (NO) 52.02, 5. Feliciano (YS) 52.38, 6. Vega (Sus) 53.24, 7. Hart (BS) 53.39, 8. Miller (WY) 53.43, 10. Chris Shaffer (Fair) 53.75, 13. Antony Aguilar (NO) 54.29. 800: 1. Tayshawn Golden (NO) 1:59.62, 2. Dawuan Golden (NO) 2:00.07, 3. Harris (CY) 2:00.21, 4. Baxter (CY) 2:02.01, 5. Hussey (NE) 2:02.06, 6. Hayden (WY) 2:02.11, 7. Trepanier (Dal) 2:03.91, 8. Cwiklinski (YT) 2:03.95, 13. Vance Hagarman (NO) 2:07.96, 14. Connor Miller (SW) 2:08.56, 15. Shilo Bivins (SW) 2:09.02, 23. Shaffer (Fair) 2:16.48. 1600: 1. Baxter (CY) 4:33.00, 2. Wolf (KD) 4:33.03, 3. York Suburban 4:35.11, 4. Harris (CY) 4:36.62, 5. Andrew Hirneisen (Get) 4:36.98, 6. Ackerman (WY) 4:37.34, 7. Bakalyar (KD) 4:37.94, 8. Raudensky (YS) 4:43.32, 9. Drew Cole (Get) 4:47.34, 17. Colin Arnold (Get) 4:56.70, 19. Owen Kreeger (NO) 4:58.73, 20. Gabriel Schubring (Fair) 5:02.67. 3200: 1. Adams (YS) 9:52.10, 2. Hirneisen (Get) 10:09.44, 3. Gibney (KD) 10:11.16, 4. Herman (NE) 10:12.36, 5. Austin Plotica (NO) 10:15.49, 6. Tim Shoul (SW) 10:16.13, 7. McCleary (Dal) 10:16.53, 8. Cole (Get) 10:21.16, 9. Lukas Raullerson (NO) 10:22.81, 11. Dustin Fluke (Get) 10:30.19, 16. Gabe Hall (DC) 10:43.08, 22. Noah Hazlett (Fair) 11:07.50 110 hurdles: 1. Martin (EY) 14.67, 2. Derek Herr (Lit) 14.73, 3. Payton Rohrbaugh (BS) 14.87, 4. Smith (RL) 14.95, 5. Key (Dal) 15.54, 6. Dustin Edwards (SW) 15.76, 7. Zachary Reck (Han) 16.07, 8. Warehime (SG) 16.51; Semis: 11. Nate Clyde (NO) 16.76, 15. Malcolm Gerlach (Han) 17.44, 18. Garrett Stadler (Fair) 17.70, 19. Dameon Nelson (BS) 17.78, 20. Cole Boudreu (Get) 17.85, 22. Luke Speelman (NO) 17.94, 24. Michael Riggs (Get) 18.29, 25. Gage Staub (BS) 18.33, 29. Jaden Santoyo (Get) 18.61. 300 hurdles: 1. Herr (Lit) 39.06, 2. Rohrbaugh (BS) 39.30, 3. Paskey (YS) 39.32, 4. Martin (EY) 41.54, 5. Smith (RL) 41.55, 6. Edwards (SW) 41.78, 7. Reck (Han) 41.86, 8. Warehim (SG) 42.35, 11. Stadler (Fair) 43.99, 12. Clyde (NO) 44.32, 16. Riggs (Get) 45.16, Gerlach (Han) 45.20, 18. Boudreau (Get) 45.25, 19. Speelman (NO) 45.87, 21. Dameon Nelson (BS) 46.30. 4x100: 1. Red Lion 43.01, 2. Dallastown 44.17, 3. West York 44.19, 4. Spring Grove 44.66, 5. Bermudian Springs 44.79, 6. Central York 44.91, 7. York Suburban 45.24, 8. William Penn 45.28, 9. South Western 45.61, 12. New Oxford 46.42, 14. Fairfield 47.59. 4x400: 1. Red Lion 3:27.30, 2. York Suburban 3:31.94, 3. West York 3:33.64, 4. Dallstown 3:34.99, 5. Northeastern 3:36.44, 6. New Oxford 3:38.32, 7. Dover 3:38.81, 8. South Western 3:38.95, 13. Fairfield 3:43.05. 4x800: 1. New Oxford 8:18.55, 2. Susquehannock 8:33.09, 3. West York 8:34.50, 4. Eastern York 8:40.04, 5. York Tech 8:43.90, 6. South Western 8:45.85, 7. Spring Grove 8:50.32, 8.Dallastown 8:56.98, 10. Biglerville 9:09.36, 12. Bermudian Springs 9:19.37, 13. Littlestown 9:23.11, 14. Hanover 10:09.73 High jump: 1. Kolt Byers (BS) 6-2, 2. Rhyne (Sus) 6-0, 3. Dante Elliot (L) 6-0, 4. Dan Gazmen (L) 6-0, 5. Ogude (Sus) 6-0, 6. LaManna (WY) 6-0, 7. Edwards (SW) 5-10, 8. Lopez (Dov) 5-10, 11. Jayden Weishaar (L) 5-8, 14. Jaden Knisley (SW) 5-8. Long jump: 1. Martin (SG) 21-5.25, 2. Hamilton (NE) 21-4.25, 3. Conquest (WP) 20-5.75, 4. Abdul Janneh (NO) 20-0.5, 5. Elliot (Lit) 19-11.25, 6. Rhyne (Sus) 19-7.25, 8. Yarnell (Dal) 19-1.25, 9. Derek Tosten (Big) 19-1.25, 10. Weishaar (Lit) 18-11.25, 13. Bross (BS) 18-3.25, 14. Tyler Higdon (SW) 18-2.5, 19. William Tres Gonzalez (SW) 16-8.75 Triple jump: 1. Byers (BS) 44-3.25, 2. Douglass (RL) 42-5, 3. Hamilton (NE) 42-1.25, 4. Elliot (Lit) 40-10.25, 5. Weishaar (Lit) 40-2.5, 6. Bell (CY) 40-1.25, 7. Janneh (NO) 39-11, 8. Kyle Garman (Han) 39-7.5, 9. DiMarco Brooks (SW) 39-7.5, 18. Pruy (Fair) 37-7, 19. Reck (Han) 37-6.5 Pole Vault: 1. Byers (BS) 13-10, 2. Pearson (Sus) 12-3, 3. Jake Zinkland (SW) 12-3, 4. Viens (Dal) 12-0, 5. Conigliaro (Dal) 12-0, 6. AJ Knobloch (DC) 12-0, 7. Boampong (Sus) 12-0, 8. Renfrew (Dov) 9. Tim Uhler (NO) 11-0, 10. Jack McBride (SW) 11-0, 11. Ethan Beachy (BS) 10-6, 12. Tyler Higdon (SW) 1-0, 13. Korey Smith (BS) 10-0. Discus: 1. Isaac Almoney (DC) 151-9, 2. Casper (YT) 141-4, 3. Kalen Sharrah (Big) 139-3, 4. Snyder (WY) 136-6, 5. Ryan Lauver (BS) 136-4, 6. Brown (EY) 129-7, 7. Charles Gaither (SW) 128-0, 8. Juan Neri (Get) 126-8, 9. Joe Cooper (BS) 125-11, 12. Dylan Morey (Lit) 119-0, 14. Zander Stambaugh (NO) 114-9, 17. Alvaro Sanchez (Get) 109-9, 18. Wheeler (NO) 104-7, 19. John Sanchez (Big) 103-9, 22. Greg Gipe (Fair) 96-9. Javelin: 1. Derek Tosten (Big) 165-7, 2. Brennan Romanoff (NO) 152-1, 3. Lacks (Dov) 152-0, 4. Corsner (RL) 146-10, 5. Jarred Rolle (NO) 141-9, 6. DeJesus (WY) 141-6, 7. Christine (RL) 140-8, McLain (EY) 135-5, Russell Zullick (Big) 133-4, 10. Haiden Milhimes (NO) 132-0. Shot put: 1. Berstein (WP) 47-11.5, 2. Tejada (Northeastern) 47-5.25, 3. Cooper (BS) 47-4.25, 4. Casper (YT) 46-0.5, 5. Lauver (BS) 45-5.75, 6. Maloney (KD) 45-4.5, 7. Almoney (DC) 45-0.5, 8. Achterberg (Sus) 44-5.5, 9. Cory Bixler (Get) 44-1, 10. Milhimes (NO) 42-6.75, 11. Gaither (SW) 42-6.25, 12. Sharrah (Big) 42-4.25, 14. Morey (Lit) 41-4.25, 19. Rolle (NO) 39-8.25, 20. Tre Adams (Big) 39-01, 23. Gipe (Fair) 36-8.5. Girls Medalists (top eight), plus locals 100: 1. Milly Heinbaugh (Fair) 12.56, 2. Faith Redding (Big) 12.75, 3. Brooke Lawyer (DC) 12.83, 4. Mulder (Dov) 12.85, 5. Maddie Clabaugh (DC) 12.96, 6. Smiley (YS) 13.12, 7. Fahringer (Sus) 13.12, 8. Naylor (WP) 13.15; Semis: 9. Lora Bertram (Get) 13.11, 14. Zeya Phillis (Get) 13.50, 23. Davina Cunningham (BS) 13.83, 25. Yazmin Calderon (Big) 13.84, 27. Avery Benzel (BS) 13.88, 30. Claire Stover (Get) 14.14, 31. Leah Stevens (Lit) 14.15. 200: 1. Heinbaugh (Fair) 26.05, 2. Redding (Big) 26.41, 3. Fahringer (sus) 26.74, 4. Lawyer (DC) 26.76, 5. Elzinga (NE) 26.92, 6. Mulder (Dov) 27.29, 7. Smiley (YS) 27.53, 8. Patterson (RL) 28.34; Prelims: 16. Cunningham (BS) 28.16, 20. Emily McCann (DC) 28.67, 21. Alexa Bahou (NO) 28.82, 25. Calderon (Big) 29.28, 27. Kendra Miller (Fair) 29.30, 28. Jaycie Miller (Han) 29.55 400: 1. Derkosh (Sus) 1:00.74, 2. Kelty Oaster (Get) 1:00.81, 3. Lint (SG) 1:01.88, 4. Jenica Crider (NO) 1:02.00, 5. Rio Strosnider (Fair) 1:02.23, 6. Saltzgiver (WY) 1:03.10, 7. Sidney Shelton (Get) 1:03.29, 8. Ashlin Martz (SW) 1:03.50, 12. Lillian Peters (BS) 1:05.39, 14. Hannah Wheeler (Lit) 1:05.85, 19. McCann (DC) 1:06.78. 800: 1. Clabaugh DC) 2:21.94, 2. Kelly (NE) 2:22.71, 3. Hare (RL) 2:22.74, 4. Anne Bair (Get) 2:24.27, 5. Schraudner (NE) 2:24.30, 6. Robinson (Dal) 2:28.04, 7. Gable (Dal) 2:28.34, 8. Rio Strosnider (Fair) 2:28.79; 11. Eden Beichler (NO) 2:31.73, 16. Honey Strosnider (Fair) 2:35.18, 17. Ella Flickinger (NO) 2:36.1719. Becky Hernandez (DC) 2:38.28, 20. Rachel McKinney (Get) 2:46.99 1600: 1. Lloyd (RL) 5:11.99, 2. Schuler (Dal) 5:12.69, 3. Hare (RL) 5:18.10, 4. Gable (Dal) 5:21.68, 5. Lloyd (RL) 5:21.70, 6. Pritchett (NE) 5:22.66, 7. Georgieff (KD) 5:29.83, 8. Zardus (Dal) 5:32.95, 12. H. Strosnider (F) 5:45.45, 13. Morgan Dennison (Fair) 5:45.86, 15. Marrin Crist (Get) 5:48.95, 19. Rebecca Durbin (BS) 5:58.51, 20. Alyssa Bentzel (SW) 5:58.83, 22. Kaitlyn McCollum (BS) 6:04.71. 3200: 1. Carroll (NE) 11:12.35, 2. Schuler (Dal) 11:19.95, 3. McClain (EY) 11:25.36, 4. Lloyd (RL) 11:29.38, 5. Myers (Dal) 11 29.90, 6. Treglia (NE) 11:42.08, 7. Tolerico (dal) 11:43.38, 8. Sarah Forry (SW) 12:01.43, 9. Dennison (Fair) 12:17.77, 10. Julia O’Brien (DC) 12:26.59, 12. Sarah Pfisterer (NO) 12:38.91, 16. Bentzel (SW) 12:44.60, 17. Megan Yingling (Get) 12:50.81, 21. Sydney Trostel (Big) 13:59.72 100 hurdles: 1. Kayla Pyles (BS) 15.45, 2. White (Dov) 15.51, 3. Kay (YS) 15.92, 4. Lauren Trummer (DC) 16.07, 5. Zoe Logue (Fair) 16.19, 6. Kline (SG) 16.25, 7. Lecrone (SG) 16.29, 8. Gross (WY) 16.74; Prelims: 12. Isabella Bankert (NO) 17.22, 14. Abby Jacoby (DC) 17.76, 16. Katie Cole (NO) 17.89, 19. Delani Smith (Big) 18.01, 20. Danielle Gebler (Get) 18.17, 23. Gillian Wright (SW) 18.63, 24. Sarah Kiehl (Get) 18.75, 27. Erica King (Big) 19.21. 300 hurdles: 1. Kline (SG) 47.30, 2. Lora Bertram (Get) 48.71, 3. Kayla Leppo (SW) 48.97, 4. Gross (WY) 49.27, 5. Anderton (YS) 49.71, 6. Pyles (BS) 49.76, 7. Gordon (YT) 49.84, 8. Crane (CY) 49.89, 9. Bankert (NO) 59.93, 11. Amber Segessenman (Lit) 50.53, 13. Lilly LaBure (BS) 51.15, 14. Wright (SW) 51.97, 18. Cole (NO) 53.75, 20. Erica King (Big) 54.12, 22. Autumn Oaster (Get) 1:01.33. 4x100 relay: 1. Delone Catholic 49.82, 2. South Western 49.85, 3. Red Lion 50.91, 4. Susquehannock 51.31, 5. York Suburban 52.14, 6. Central York 52.95, 7. West York 53.74, 8. Littlestown 54.23, 9. Gettysburg 54.46, 10. Bermudian 54.67. 4x400 relay: 1. Northeastern 4:12.40, 2. Gettsyburg 4:12.52, 3. Fairfield 4:13.68, 4. South Western 4:14.65, 5. West York 4:16.88, 6. Red Lion 4:17.34, 7. Spring Grove 4:18.85, 8. Delone Catholic 4:20.26, 14. New Oxford 4:31.05, 15. Littlestown 4:32.45. 4x800 relay : 1. Dover 10:05.62, Delone Catholic 10:22.35, 3. South Western 10:27.14, 4. Susquehannock 10:27.22, 5. Red Lion 10:38.30, 6. Gettysburg 10:45.46, 7. Dallastown 10:50.88, 8. New Oxford 10:55.94. High jump: 1. Thomas (WY) 5-1, 2. Julianna Malesky (DC) 4-11, 3. Kayla Brooks (SW) 4-11, 4. Rachel Spangler (BS) 4-11, 5. Bailey Wagaman (DC) 4-11, 6. Madeline Lehker (SW) 4-9, 6. Wierman (SG) 4-9, 8. Emily Miller (DC) 4-9, 10. Katie Wivell (Get) 4-7, 11. Carly Eckhart (Get) 4-7. Pole vault : 1. Crane (CY) 11-6, 2. Thorne (CY) 10-6, 3. Leister (CY) 10-0, 4. Anna Simpson (SW) 9-9, 5. Hoffman (Dal) 9-6, 6. Danielle Malesky (DC) 9-6, 7. Johanna Pitner (BS) 9-0, 8. Julianna Malesky (DC) 9-0, 10. Alexandra Nice (SW) 9-0, 11. Emily Malesky (DC) 8-6, 11. Aliyah Hillman (Fair) 8-6, 13. Melaina Shoop (BS) 8-0. Long jump : 1. Thomas (WY) 18-5.75, 2. Rohrbaugh (SG) 16-3, 3. Heinbaugh (Fair) 16-1, 4. Dressler (SG) 15-8.25, 5. Logue (Fair) 15-6.5, 6. Trummer (DC) 15-6, 7. Wagaman (DC) 15-2, 8. Beaverson (RL) 15-0.5, 9. Zaiyah Marshall (SW) 14-8.75, 10. Chloe Pennings (NO) 14-8, 12. Pyles (BS) 14-6.5, 13. Smith (Big) 14-5.75, 14. Benzel (BS) 14-5.5, 15. Lehker (SW) 14-4.75, 18. Rachel Spangler (BS) 144-1.25, 21. Lindsey Renner (Lit) 13-6.25. Triple jump : 1. Thomas (WY) 39-3.5, 2. Marshall (SW) 36-4.5, 3. Rohrbaugh (SG) 35-7.75, 4. White (Dov) 34-11.25, 5. Kayla Brooks (SW) 34-9.5, 6. Dressler (SG) 33-11, 7. Downes (RL) 33-5.25, 8. Trummer (DC) 32-11.25, 9. Lehker (SW) 32-6, 10. J. Malesky (DC) 32-3.25, 11. Karli Bortner (Get) 31-9, 13. Logue (fair) 31-3.5, 16. D. Malesky (DC) 30-9.25, 17. Pennings (NO) 30-4.25, 18. Segessenman (Lit) 30-3.75, 20. Madison Harbaugh (BS) 29-11, 21. Abi Glassman (Big) 29-8.75. Shot put : 1. Becca Dolce (DC) 34-2.75, 2. Megan Wolf (SW) 34-0.75, 3. Alyssa Steipler (SW) 33-10, 4. McIntire (RL) 33-6.25, 5. Edwards (Dal) 32-11.75, 6. Jess Dunbar (lit) 32-9.75, 7. Felston (Dov) 32-6, 8. Maddie Heath (Han) 31-11.75, 10. Sofia Harnois (SW) 29-6, 15. Jennifer Reyes-Garcia (BS) 28-1.75, 21. Alexis Luntz (Get) 27-0.5. Discus: 1. Dolce (DC) 112-8, 2. McIntire (RL) 109-5, 3. Taylor Geiman (SW) 105-9, 4. Steipler (SW) 105-4, 5. Felston (Dov) 100-7, 6. Nowicki (RL) 98-2, 7. Mathias (YT) 96-4, 8. Smith (EY) 96-0, 10 Samanta Shafer (Get) 89-5, 11. Heath (Han) 88-6, 13. Jenna Coover (NO) 84-7. Javelin: 1. Maddie Sieg (DC) 119-10, 2. Mackenzie White (Big) 111-10, 3. Wolf (SW) 107-8, 4. Wand (YS) 105-8, 5. Gotwals (CY) 102-11, 6. Smith (EY) 97-10, 7. Dunbar (Lit) 95-9, 8. Geiman (SW) 95-4, 10. Shaffer (Get) 92-8, 12. Amanda Olson (SW) 90-8, 13. Lilly Anderson NO) 90-7, 15. Allyson Weishaar (Get) 90-3, 18. Shaely Stabler (NO) 85-8, 19. Cambell Grimes (BS) 83-9, 20. Terisha Selby (BS) 83-2, 22. Autumn Malinowski (NO) 79-0.

Adam Michael can be reached at amichael@gburgtimes.com or follow him on Twitter:@GoodOleTwoNames

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