Tiger track trails at invitational

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

All of the Southern Idaho Conference schools, both 4A and 5A competed at the Treasure Valley Invitational Track and Field Meet at Mountain View last Thursday and Friday.

The Mountain Home girls, led by Kacy Barrie, finished 11th out of the 16 teams competing. Boise won the girls meet with 114.5 points, Borah was second with 105. Emmett was the top 4A school, finishing third with 94 points. Timberline was a distant fourth, with 52, followed by Mountain View, 50, Eagle, 49, Bishop Kelly, 44.33, Kuna, 40, Nampa, 30.5, Vallivue, 28, Mountain Home, 25, Capital, 24, Centennial, 15.67, Caldwell, 12, Skyview, 10, and Meridian, 6.

Kacy Barrie led Mountain Home with a first in the 100 meter high hurdles, a seventh, in the pole vault, and an eighth place finish in the 300 meter intermediate hurdles. Troi White was third in the 100 meter high hurdles, and Lauren Kisner finished fifth in the 300 meter hurdles, and seventh in the 100 meter hurdles.

This Friday is the Husky Relays in Emmett, and the Boise Relays at Bronco Stadium at BSU.

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