2014 Post Register All-Area Track Team

2014 Post Register All-Area Track Team

Girls

Hannah Cain

Challis junior

THE ATHLETE: Cain claimed the 100 and 200 titles at the Bandanna and YMCA Invitationals and won gold in the 100, 200, 400 and sprint medley relays at the 1A District 5-6 and 1A state championships, setting personal bests at state in the 100 and 400.

Cassidy Cook

Hillcrest senior

THE ATHLETE: Cook ended her career as a four-time Tiger-Grizz champion in the 100 and 300 hurdles, repeating as 5A District 5-6 100 hurdles champion and advancing to state in both hurdles events for the fourth time.

Hannah Brown

North Fremont senior

THE ATHLETE: The three-sport athlete became a four-time 2A District 6 champion in the 100 and 200, defended her 2A state 100 and 200 titles and anchored North Fremont’s 2A District 6 and 2A state champion girls 4x200 team.

Eliza Shippen

Rigby senior

THE ATHLETE: The pole vault specialist not only repeated as 4A state champ in the event, but cleared 11 feet, 10 inches in April to set Rigby’s program record, took second at the 96-team Oregon Relays and won medals as the leadoff runner for Rigby’s 4A state runner-up 4x100 and state champion medley relay teams.

Rachel Cannon

Blackfoot junior

THE ATHLETE: Cannon placed in every 1,600 and 3,200 she ran this spring, sweeping the 4A District 5-6 titles and running personal bests in both at state, where she finished fourth in the 1,600 and won the 3,200.

Lacey Hamilton

Sugar-Salem junior

THE ATHLETE: The thrower was a top-three placer all season. She took second in both events at state, won the Tiger-Grizz shot put title, swept the 3A District 6 titles and was named Most Outstanding Female Female Field Athlete after winning the BYU Invitational’s small school division throwing titles.

Kayla Jensen

Firth senior

THE ATHLETE: One of Firth’s biggest point scorers at state, Jensen took second in high jump, third in long jump and was a member of Firth’s 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams. She was also the only girl in Idaho to clear 5-5 this season.

Sierra Anderson

Rigby sophomore

THE ATHLETE: A multi-event competitor, Anderson won high jump at the YMCA Invitational, 4A District 5-6 championships and at state, where she tied a personal best by clearing 5-4. She also finished fourth in the 100 hurdles at state.

Kai Amos

Idaho Falls senior

THE ATHLETE: I.F.’s 100, 200 and 4x100 relay specialist swept the 100 and 200 at Tiger-Grizz and the 5A District 5-6 championships. She advanced to state in both sprints for the third straight year, finishing third in the 100 and eighth in the 200.

Paytin Drollinger

Shelley freshman

THE ATHLETE: Drollinger saved her best races for the last three weeks of her debut season, setting a meet record to win the Tiger-Grizz freshman 1,600, sweeping the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 3A District 6 titles and making the podium in the 1,600 (first) and 3,200 (fourth) at state.

Britton Bean

Firth senior

THE ATHLETE: Bean placed in long jump (second), triple jump (fifth) and the 100 (sixth) at state and won her third consecutive 2A District 6 long jump and triple jump titles. She also jumped 18-1.5 in March to set a Firth program record.

Keanne Alston

Rigby junior

THE ATHLETE: Alston placed in every meet this season, finishing third in the 100 and 200 at the YMCA Invitational, sweeping the 4A District 5-6 100 and 200 titles and taking state runner-up in both. She also contributed to the district and state champion 4x200 team and district champion and state runner-up 4x100 team.

Boys

Daniel Bruton

Madison senior

THE ATHLETE: Bruton won high jump at all eight meets he competed in this season and was the only Idaho boy to clear 6-7 or higher. He won his third straight Tiger-Grizz title, won the Bandanna Invitational with a Madison program best 6-8.5 and cleared 6-8 to repeat as 5A state champion.

Dakota Baker

Idaho Falls senior

THE ATHLETE: Baker repeated as Tiger-Grizz 110 and 300 hurdles champion, swept the 5A District 5-6 hurdles titles and took fifth and third, respectively, in the events at state. He also contributed to five wins in the 4x100 and six wins in the 4x200.

Austin Stewart

Shelley sophomore

THE ATHLETE: The 3A state cross-country champion added to his success with multiple medals in the 1,600 and 3,200, including sweeps of the 3A District 6 titles and state titles and a second place 3,200 finish at Tiger-Grizz.

Cameron Hansen

Rigby junior

THE ATHLETE: A pole vaulter, sprinter and relay runner, Hansen won the 400 at the YMCA Invitational and 4A District 5-6 championships and placed fifth at state. He also anchored Rigby’s 4x400 to five wins and ran the third leg for the district champion medley relay team.

Jake Wright

Idaho Falls senior

THE ATHLETE: Wright shared in five wins with the 4x100 team, six wins with the 4x200 team and placed in every 400 he ran this season. He ran a personal best 49.13 to take second in the 400 at state.

Thomas Knight

Teton senior

THE ATHLETE: Knight won four state medals, winning the 800, placing fourth in the 400 and sharing in the 4x400’s third-place finish and the medley relay team’s win. He was also the Tiger-Grizz and 3A District 6 800 champion.

Jackson Thompson

Firth junior

THE ATHLETE: The 2A District 6 400 champion, Thompson accounted for 22 of Firth’s 38.5 points at state. He won the 400 state title in a personal best 50.57 and placed third in the 100 and 200.

Bryce Frazee

Idaho Falls junior

THE ATHLETE: Frazee became a three-time Tiger-Grizz champion in the 100 and placed fifth at state, swept the 5A District 5-6 100 and 200 titles and shared in five 4x100 wins and six 4x200 wins.

Benson Manner

Madison junior

THE ATHLETE: A member of Madison’s 5A District 5-6 and Tiger-Grizz champion 4x800 team, Benson swept the 5A District 5-6 800 and 1,600 titles and placed eighth in both at state with personal best times.

Matt Peterson

Blackfoot junior

THE ATHLETE: The 4A District 5-6 champion in the 100 and long jump, Peterson also advanced to state in the 300 hurdles. He placed third at state in long jump and was the 300 hurdles runner-up.

T.J. Thacker

Ririe senior

THE ATHLETE: A member of three of Ririe’s relay teams, Thacker contributed to the 4x200’s fourth-place finish at state and cleared 13 feet to take state runner-up in pole vault. He also cleared a personal best 13-7 to win districts.

Konner Stoneberg

Madison sophomore

THE ATHLETE: Stoneberg placed second at state in long jump and won the event six times this season, including the 5A District 5-6 meet and Tiger-Grizz.

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