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Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Freshman Terra Bertsch clears the final hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles at the Jim Johnson Invitational. She came in second with a time of 18.04.

FRENCHTOWN - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks' track season began March 30 at the Jim Johnson Invitational in Frenchtown. Nineteen A, B and C class teams competed.

The Lady Blackhawks took sixth place with 34 team points while the Boys earned 20 team points for ninth place.

Freshman Terra Bertsch led the Lady Blackhawks, placing in three events. She took second in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 18.04. Bertsch earned a fourth place with a 4'8" high jump and she anchored the Lady Blackhawks 4x100 relay for a third place finish.

The Lady Blackhawks 4x400 relay took fourth. Names were not available.

Also scoring for the Ladies, Cera Strumpfer cleared 8'6" for second place in the pole vault. Ashley Miller earned a fifth place in the triple jump while Chloe Robbins took fifth in the javelin.

Hunter Shelmerdine and Logan Maughan led the Boys, each placing in two individual events. Shelmerdine took fourth in the 400-meter and fifth in the triple jump while Maughan took fourth in the 800 and sixth in the 1600-meter.

The Boys 4x400 relay team took third and the 4x100 relay team came in just a half second short of placing in the top six.

The Blackhawks then headed to Corvallis April 1 for the Gene Hughes Invitational. Seven A schools, one B school and six C schools competed at the event.

The Lady Blackhawks earned 60 team points and took third behind Corvallis and Dillon. The Boys took tenth with 12 team points.

Alex Bohlman placed in three individual events. She took first in the javelin with a 128'6" throw, second in the 200-meter race and third in the high jump.

Cera Strumpfer repeated her 8'6" vault from earlier in the week to earn first place in Corvallis.

Terra Bertsch ran to a second place in the 100-meter hurdles while Ashley Miller crossed the line less than a half second behind Bertsch for third.

The Boys had a harder time breaking into the top six. Logan Maughan took second in the 800 and fifth in the 3200-meter. The Blackhawks 4x400 relay team took fifth.

The next meet is the Darby/Florence Invitational in Corvallis April 6. The Blackhawks then head to the Frenchtown Invitational April 8.

Jim Johnson Invitational-March 30 at Frenchtown. (Stats only shown for events Seeley-Swan placed in the top six.)

Girls

Team Scores: Drummond 78, Frenchtown 77, Deer Lodge 74, Arlee 63, Thompson Falls 49, Plains 41, Seeley-Swan 34, Noxon 18, Darby 18, Philipsburg 16, Clark Fork 16, Ronan 15, St. Regis 13, Hot Springs 10 and Harrison 4.

100 hurdles – 1. Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 17.13; 2. Terra Bertsch, Seeley-Swan, 18.04; 3. Caprice Johnson, Deer Lodge, 18.41.

400 relay – 1. Thompson Falls 54.15; 2. Frenchtown 54.91; 3. Seeley-Swan 55.34; 4. Arlee 55.45.

1600 relay – 1. Frenchtown 4:37.76; 2. Drummond 4:39.41; 3. Arlee 4:49.94; 4. Seeley-Swan 4:59.44; 5. Noxon 5:02.44.

Javelin – 1. Jessica Thompson, Plains, 112-9.5; 2. Hailey Kelly, Clark Fork, 110-7; 3. Madison Wheeler, T-Falls, 109-8; 4. Bryndle Goyins, Arlee, 104-7; 5. Chloe Robbins, Seeley-Swan, 96; 6. Mikayla Stone, Deer Lodge, 94-10.5.

High jump – 1. Emilie Hinrichs, Frenchtown, 5-0; 2. Ember Schwindt, T-Falls, 5-0; 3. Morgan Radtke, Drummond, 5-0; 4. Terra Bertsch, Seeley-Swan, 4-8; 5. Mikayla Stone, Deer Lodge, 4-8.

Pole Vault – 1. Kamryn Scully, Deer Lodge, 8-6; 2. Cera Strumpfer, Seeley-Swan, 8-6; 3. Madison Wheeler, T-Falls, 7-6.

Triple jump – 1. Morgan Radtke, Drummond, 33-2; 2. Abby Yocum, Arlee, 32-2; 3. Josee Applegate, Deer Lodge, 31-10; 4. Kiya Shelton, Frenchtown, 31-2.5; 5. Ashley Miller, Seeley-Swan, 29-8.5; 6. Hope Rebich, Frenchtown, 29-6.

Boys

Team Scores: Frenchtown 112.3, Thompson Falls 91, Deer Lodge 66, Ronan 51, Darby 44.5, St. Regis 40, Drummond 25.6, White Sulphur Springs 24, Seeley-Swan 20, Hot Springs 17.5, Victor 12, Clark Fork 8, Lincoln 8, Harrison 6. Plains 1 and Philipsburg 1.

200 – 1. Collin McGuyer, Ronan, 23.95; 2. Garrett Strine, T-Falls, 24.38; 3. Dawson Clayton, White Sulphur Springs, 24.41; 4. Brooks Spadt, Frenchtown, 24.87; 5. Logan Robinson, Seeley-Swan, 25.06; 6. Jaxon Lee, Philipsburg, 25.08.

400 – 1. Eric Rebarchik, Frenchtown, 54.90; 2. Collin McGuyer, Ronan, 55.85; 3. Colter Scully, Deer Lodge, 55.97; 4. Hunter Shelmerdine, Seeley-Swan, 56.69; 5. Jesse Shaske, Clark Fork, 57.53.

800 – 1. Eric Rebarchik, Frenchtown, 2:10.46; 2. Jackson Duffey, Ronan, 2:12.62; 3. Konner King, Frenchtown, 2:13.40; 4. Logan Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 2:16.39; 5. Jesse Shaske, Clark Fork, 2:18.31; 6. Mitch Parcell, Seeley-Swan, 2:19.48.

1600 – 1. Frank Dean, Frenchtown, 4:46.71; 2. Brock Rugg, Frenchtown, 4:49.79; 3. Evan Duggan, Darby, 4:57.73; 4. Jackson Duffey, Ronan, 5:00.45; 5. Derik Defrance, Harrison, 5:05.52; 6. Logan Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 5:05.61.

1600 relay – 1. Frenchtown 3:44.51; 2. Thompson Falls 3:50.19; 3. Seeley-Swan 4:00.37; 4. Drummond 4:03.45.

Triple jump – 1. Jacob Price, Frenchtown, 41-5.5; 2. Brandon Managhan, St. Regis, 40-1.5; 3. Trevor Paro, Hot Springs, 38.03; 4. Lane Buus, Harrison, 38-1; 5. Hunter Shelmerdine, Seeley-Swan, 37-3.5; 6. Austin Cooper, T-Falls, 36-4.

Gene Hughes Invitational-April 1 at Corvallis. (Stats only shown for events Seeley-Swan placed in the top six.)

Girls

Team Scores: Corvallis 98, Dillon 84, Seeley-Swan 60, Polson 53, Hamilton 52, Drummond 41, Frenchtown 41, Stevensville 38.5, Darby 16, St. Regis 15, Florence 15, Butte Central 9 and Victor 5.

200 – 1. Tylia DeJohn, Dillon, 27.15; 2. Alex Bohlman, Seeley-Swan, 27.23; 3. Claire Fickler, Drummond, 27.26.

100 hurdles – 1. Megan Pendergast, Stevensville, 16.70; 2. Terra Bertsch, Seeley-Swan, 18.00; 3. Ashley Miller, Seeley-Swan, 18.37; 4. Hailey Garrison, Dillon, 18.62.

400 relay – 1. Dillon 52.33; 2. Seeley-Swan 53.64; 3. Corvallis 53.66.

1600 relay – 1. Corvallis 4:18.79; 2. Drummond 4:26.47; 3. Polson 4:26.48; 4. Frenchtown 4:28.57; 5. Seeley-Swan 4:33.77; 6. Stevensville 4:40.01.

High jump – 1. Kacia Guisinger, Hamilton, J5-02; 2. Hannah Hutchison, Corvallis, J5-0; 3. Alex Bohlman, Seeley-Swan, J5-0; 3. Autumn Round, Florence, J5-0; 5. Morgan Radtke, Drummond, J5-0.

Pole vault – 1. Cera Strumpfer, Seeley-Swan, 8-6; 2. Hailey Garrison, Dillon, J8-0; 3. Kyndall Petersen, Dillon, J8-0.

Shot put – 1. Adeline Richardson, Frenchtown, 36-1.5; 2. Denali Smith, Corvallis, 33-4; 3. Tayler Wright, Corvallis, 32-7.5; 4. Peyton Tillotson, Victor, 30-10.5; 5. Chloe Robbins, Seeley-Swan, 30-8.5; 6. Brookelyn Palin, Corvallis, 30-2.

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Freshman Caleb Maughan clears the bar in his first high jump of the season, March 30. He finished seventh with a jump of 5 foot, 4 inches.

Javelin – 1. Alex Bohlman, Seeley-Swan, 128-6; 2. Kylie Christiansen, Dillon, 115-0; 3. Mariah Hinson, Stevensville,107-8; 4. Hennesy Meyer, Hamilton, 105-1; 5. Savannah Hansen, Dillon, 98-2; 6. Chloe Robbins, Seeley-Swan, 91-5.

Boys

Team Scores: Corvallis 116, Frenchtown 78, Hamilton 66, Dillon 65, Polson 58, Florence 39, Butte Central 30, Darby 28, St. Regis 13, Seeley-Swan 12, Drummond 8, Victor 8, Stevensville 4 and Valley Christian 2.

800 – 1. Brock Rugg, Frenchtown, 2:08.25; 2. Logan Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 2:12.87; 3. Brian McGeehan, Butte Central, 2:16.43.

3200 – 1. Matt Wilson, Hamilton, 10:21.32; 2. Grant Martin, Corvallis, 10:22.91; 3. Evan Duggan, Darby, 10:35.57; 4. Anders Watt, Corvallis, 10:36.97; 5. Logan Maughan, Seeley-Swan, 11:16.61; 6. Justin Jones, Florence, 11:24.52.

1600 relay – 1. Frenchtown 3:38.59; 2. Corvallis 3:38.70; 3. Polson 3:44.25; 4. Hamilton 3:44.80; 5. Seeley-Swan 3:49.86; 6. Stevensville 4:01.39.

 

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