LHS girls win Mustang Invite

Feb. 12—The Laramie High girls indoor track and field team finished first while the boys took sixth at the Mustang Invite on Saturday in Casper.

The LHS girls won with 107.50 team points to beat Kelly Walsh in second at 98.50 and Natrona County third with 69.50. The boys scored 39.16 points while Natrona County won the boys meet with 117.

The girls team won three events as Lainey Berryhill took first in the 400-meter run at 59.07 seconds. The team of Leah Schabron, Chloe Wallhead, Romy Hoyt and Berryhill won the 4x400 relay at 4:18.99 and Delaney Suloff, Grace Berendsen, Naomi Robinson and Sophia Gonzalez were fifth at 4:33.68.

The team of Haley Loya, Kamrie Bingham, Ava Wallhead and McKenna Schabron won the 1600 sprint medley at 4:27.81.

LHS had top five finishes in nine more events on the day. Bingham was third in triple jump at 33 feet, 6.5 inches and fifth in long jump at 16-00.00.

The Plainsmen had two in the top five of shot put with Kierra Gardner taking second at 9-00.00 and Addison Fowler claimed fourth at 8-6.00. Kate Lewis took third in shot put at 37-07.50.

Olivia Davis tied for fifth in the high jump at 4-8.00. In the 1,600 run, Keiran Giraldo was tied for third at 5:33.09 while Libbie Roesler was fifth at 5:35.24.

Giraldo was also second in the 800 at 2:29.07 while Ava Wallhead took fourth in the 55 run at 7.70.

For the boys, Catcher Pannell won the Plainsmen's only event of the day taking the 200 at 24.24 and also claimed fourth in the 400 at 55.68.

LHS had top five finishes in four more events on the day including Sammy Heaney taking second in the 55 at 6.71. The team of Jackson Reed, Logan Brown, William Brinegar and Pannell took fourth in the 4x400 at 3:43.83.

In the triple jump, A.J. Sirdoreus took third at 40-00.50 while William Arens took fifth in the long jump at 10-02.20.

LHS indoor track and field returns Friday Feb. 16 at the Simplot Games in Simplot Pocatello, Idaho.

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