Top news and results from this weekend in high school track and field
Simplot Games held at Idaho State University February 16, 17, 18, 2017
In terms of name recognition among Colorado athletes at Simplot, probably none has more than Brie Oakley. But, the race she's running may not be the one you expected.
Nolan Kembel finally got the sub-50 400 gorilla off the back of the Colorado indoor season. File photo.
Lina Corrales was one of six Colorado entries advancing to 1600 meter finals in Thursday night action at Simplot. File Photo.
Jaiden Paris and Semaye Johnson have finished in adjacent places before. They did again today in 60 hurdles prelims at Simplot. File Photo.
Finals Boys 60m Dash
After a nice showing in Albuquerque on Saturday, Drew Seidel shoots for another nice showing in Pocatello this weekend.
We haven't seen a lot of Dawnielle Lewis this indoor season, but she is slated for appearances at Simplot.
If Brie Oakley is to set a Colorado record at the Simplot Games, she needs to take down Tabor Scholl's 4:53 mark. File photo.
Finals Girls 60m Dash
Finals Girls 60m Hurdles
For the moment, at least, Brenton Emmons holds down what is arguably the most threatened Colorado boys record at the Simplot Games. File photo.
Finals Boys 60m Hurdles
Agoura star Tara Davis got three wins, a second US #1, and another spot in the all-time lists. Jasmin Reed, Myles Webb, and Carolyn Wilson also posted big marks in Idaho!
Provo High and BYU signee senior Kate Hunter smashes her previous PR in the 800m at Simplot Games on Saturday
Glacier High junior Annie Hill crushed the 3200m at Simplot Games on Saturday in Idaho
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Known for his prolific high jumping ability, Spokane Shadle Park High senior Jakobe Ford likely didn't expect massive gains in the long jump at the Simplot Games on Saturday
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