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By Nathan Bourne
Pathfinder 

Records Fall at KLH Invitational

 

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Senior Alex Bohlman sends the javelin down the field for a new school record of 144 feet, 1 inch, 3.5 feet farther than her record-breaking throw from the previous week. According to statistics on Athletics.net, her throw is the farthest so far this year in all Montana Class C schools, third in all classes of high schools in Montana and 20th in the nation.

FRENCHTOWN - The Seeley-Swan Blackhawks ran, jumped and threw to new levels setting personal records (PR) and in the process, breaking two school records at the Kim L. Haines Memorial track meet May 6.

Lady Blackhawks Cera Strumpfer and Alex Bohlman each set new school records. Strumpfer cleared 9 feet, 10 inches to break Shawna Nemmers 1996 record of 9 feet, 9 inches. The jump earned Strumpfer first place in the event.

Bohlman took first place and furthered her own school record from last week throwing the javelin nearly four feet farther to 144 feet, 1 inch.

Based on statistics available on Athletic.net, a dozen Blackhawks and a dozen Lady Blackhawks set 42 new personal records.

The Lady Blackhawks took third place at the meet earning 55 team points while the Boys earned 30 points for eighth place.

In addition to her first place in the javelin, Bohlman also took first in the 200-meter and third in the high jump.

Ashley Miller earned a fourth place and set a PR of 33 feet, 7.25 inches in the triple jump. Miller also set a PR in the long jump with a 15 foot, 5 inch jump.

The Lady Blackhawks 4x100 relay team placed second and 4x400 relay team came in third.

On the Boys side, the 4x400 relay came in first while the 4x100 relay took sixth.

Logan Maughan earned the team's only first place for an individual event completing the 800-meter with a time of 2:08.27.

Hunter Shelmerdine and Keaton Johnson earned fourth and fifth in the 400-meter while Nate Samuli took fifth in the javelin. Samuli's throw of 149 feet, 7 inches was a PR by nearly 20 feet.

Cameron Haines cleared 10 feet in the pole vault for sixth place and a new PR. Haines also set PRs in the 100 and 200-meter events.

The Blackhawks head to the District 13C meet at Frenchtown, May 12-13.

Kim L. Haines Memorial Invitational at Frenchtown - May 6. (Stats only shown for events Seeley-Swan placed in the top six. Only one place is shown past Seeley-Swan's athletes.)

Girls

Team Scores: 1. Hamilton 74; 2. Deer Lodge (DL) 55; 3. Seeley-Swan (SS) 55; 4. Charlo 48; 5. Drummond 42; 6. Loyola Sacred Heart 41; 7, Manhattan Christian 33; 8, Plains 28; 9, Darby 25; 9, Arlee 25; 11, Ronan 19; 12, Florence 17; 13, Townsend 14, St. Regis 12; 15, Hot Springs 10; 15, Clark Fork 10; 17, Victor 9; 18, Philipsburg 3; 19, St. Ignatius 2; 19, Lincoln 2; 21, Noxon 1; 21, Simms 1.

200 - 1. Alex Bohlman, SS, 26.55; 2. Claire Fickler, Drummond, 27.03; 3. Kamryn Scully, DL, 27.36.

400 relay - 1. Charlo 52.82; 2. Seeley-Swan 53.04; 3. Arlee 54.47.

1,600 relay - 1. Charlo 4:33.09; 2. Deer Lodge 4:33.68; 3. Seeley-Swan 4:36.82; 4. Ronan 5:02.19.

High jump - 1. Ashlee Searle, Hamilton, 5-02; 2. Kacia Guisinger, Hamilton, J5-02; 3. Alex Bohlman, SS, 5-00; 4. Morgan Radtke, Drummond, 5-00.

Pole vault - 1. Cera Strumpfer, SS, 9-10; 2. Kamryn Scully, DL, 9-00; 3. Hennesy Meyer, Hamilton, 9-00.

Triple jump - 1. Reilly Rostad, Hamilton, 35.04.5; 2. Autumn Round, Florence, 34-07; 3. Kenna Guenther, LSH, 34.02; 4. Ashley Miller, SS, 33-07.25; 5. Morgan Radtke, Drummond, 33-07.

Javelin - 1. Alex Bohlman, SS, 144-01; 2. Kara Altmiller, Plains, 132-08; 3. Karly Lawson, Hot Springs, 126-02.

Boys

Team scores: 1. Hamilton 75.5; 2. Loyola Sacred Heart (LSH) 67.5; 3. Deer Lodge 58; 4. Townsend 45; 5. Darby 40; 6. Ronan 34; 7. Hot Springs (HS) 33.5; 8. Seeley-Swan (SS) 30; 8. Charlo 30; 10. Florence 27; 11. Drummond 20; 12. Clark Fork (CF) 11; 13. Manhattan Christian 10.5; 14. Arlee 10; 15. Valley Christian 9; 16. St. Regis 8; 16. Lincoln 8; 18. St. Ignatius 7; 19. Plains 2; 20. Philipsburg 1.

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Sophomore Nate Samuli throws the javelin at Frenchtown. He broke his personal record by nearly 20 feet with a throw of 149 feet, 7 inches, earning fifth place at the event.

400 - 1. Jethro Throne, Florence, 53.02; 2. Kameron Rauser, Townsend, 53.59; 3. Preus Hasselbrook, LSH, 55.07; 4. Hunter Shelmerdine, SS, 55.33; 5. Keaton Johnson, SS, 55.51; 6. Daniel Liner, Valley Christian, 56.26.

800 - 1. Logan Maughan, SS, 2:08.27; 2. Tommy Frost, Townsend, 2:10.38; 3. James DeTienne, HS, 2:11.29.

400 relay - 1. Deer Lodge 44.59; 2. LHS 44.90; 3. Charlo 46.18; 4. Townsend 46.39; 5. Hamilton 46.40; 6. Seeley-Swan 46.71.

1,600 relay - 1. Seeley-Swan 3:37.29; 2. Loyola Sacred Heart 3:41.76; 3. Charlo 3:42.41.

Pole vault - 1. Landers Smith, Charlo, 12-00; 2. Hunter Woodward, Lincoln, 11-06; 3. Collin McGuyer, Ronan, 11-00; 4. Thomas Knoll, Arlee, 10-06; 5. Kaleb Ververis, CF, J10-06; 6. Cameron Haines, SS, 10-00.

Javelin - 1. John Beckers, Darby, 165-11; 2. Brock Cantrell-Field, St. Regis, 162-03; 3. Michael Graves, Hamilton, 156-07; 4. Grady Venters, Florence, 150-00; 5. Nate Samuli, SS, 149-07; 6. Colton Grange, Philipsburg, 149-02.

 

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