5.23.14 Bi-District Track
Jose Padilla shattered the Chelan High School shot-put record with a throw of 56 feet at the Bi-District Track meet in Cashmere on Friday, May 23. It is a record that will probably hold for a number of years.
Shot put records
fall at Bi-District Track Meet
by Richard Uhlhorn
have been rarified air on Friday, May 23, at the Bi-District Track and Field
meet in Cashmere. Both Jose Padilla and Karle Pittsinger broke school records
in the shot. Padilla also broke the record in the discus.
a sophomore, shattered Michael Youngs 1993 record of 523 with a shot put
throw of 563 He also broke Youngs discus record of 14707 with a throw of
15003. Asked how he felt afterwards, the quiet giant said, I feel really
also placed first in the shot with a throw of 4109 which was a new meet
record for the girls event. She will continue to state to defend her state championship
from last year. Karle also took second in the discus with a 12801 throw.
Bi-District Track and Field meet had schools from the Caribou Trail League and
the NEA from Spokane competing for the top four slots to the State Championships
this coming weekend at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.
Hawkins was quick on the track with a third place finish in the 100 meter dash
at 13.24 seconds. She also anchored the 200 meter relay team and helped to
bring home a 3rd place in that race in 1:51.40. Rebecca Ediger,
Daisy Campos and Addie Ivory joined Hawkins in that race.
Asa Schwartz placed 3rd in the discus with a throw of 14502 and
fourth in the shot put with a 5004: throw which were PRs and a trip to the
Sterling Gordon placed 3rd in the boys Javelin with a throw of
153-03. According to Coach Skip Boyd, it is pretty special to qualify for the
state tournament as a freshman.
Holiday soared over the high jump bar at 5 for a second place finish followed
by her teammate Jenny Sundberg who just missed the 5 mark but was good enough
to make it into the state tournament with a 408 leap and 4th
Vaulter Bryan Cadena will vault at the State meet by flying 12-3 to take 4th
athletes competing that did not make the state tournament but turned in some PR
times were Drew Morris running a 1:05.48 in the open 400 taking 8th
place. Addie Ivory also ran a time of 2:45.93 to take an 8th place
in the open 800m run.
Dawson set a new PR of 2:11.71 to finish in 8th place in the 800m
run. Ivan Reyes finished 8th
in the mile run with a time of 4:48.94 and Allie Barnes (5:43.97) and Jessica
Galvan (5:59.33) also in the girls mile with Allie taking 6th and
Jessica finishing in 10th place.
The boys two mile race was contested by Gio Reyes as he ran a new PR of
10:59.91 taking 11th place.
Long Jump, Matt Antonio Jumped a competitive distance of 18-0.2.75 to take 8th
place and Drew Morris jumped 12-0.7.50 to finish 12th place. Jenny
Sundberg threw the girls Javelin 68-04 to finish 12th place.
Rebecca Ediger vaulted 7-06 for a new PR in the pole Vault to take 11th
place. Donny Watson high jumped 5-08 to finish in the 6th place
position. Melina Evig threw a PR distance of 94-04 to finish in the 6th
place spot in the girls Discus. The girls 4 x 400m relay team of Haley Holiday, Addie Ivory, Daisy Campos and
Morgan Hawkins finished just out of the State meet by taking 5th
with a time of 4:23.42.
team will embark for the State meet on Thursday to work out on the State Track
at Eastern Washington University. The State meet will be contested on Friday
May 30 and culminate on Saturday May 31.