Track team defeats Bishop Kelly in dual meet
The Mountain Home Tigers won both the girls and boys competition in a dual track meet at Bishop Kelly on March 13.
Mountain Home won the girls competition 73-72, picking up 10 first-place finishes.
Jasmyn Jewett was a triple winner, winning the long jump, triple jump and high jump events.
Shelby Posey won both the shot put and discus throw.
Francesca Hale won the 300-meter hurdles, Haley Schaefer won the 800-meter run, Jordan Vivier won the pole vault, Jocelyn Schrecker won the 100-meter hurdles, and the Mountain Home 4x100-meter relay team, made up of Angie Rios, Jasmyn Jewett, Francesca Hale and Jessica Liercke, also took first.
Kristie Sigloh finished second in the 200-meter dash and long jump, Christina Segovia took second in the 100-meter hurdles and the pole vault, Tanya McKenzie was second in the discus, Dakota Barrie tied for second in the 300-meter hurdles, and Mountain
Home was second in the 4x200, 4x400 and medley relays.
Betty Chavalier finished third in the 200 meters and Jessica Liercke was third in the triple jump.
The Tiger boys bested Bishop Kelly 86.5-58.5 in the boys' competition.
Garrett Wood paced the Tiger boys, winning the 300-meter hurdles, triple jump and pole vault, and finishing third in the long jump.
Tyree Harmon won the 100-meter hurdles and long jump and was second in the 200-meter dash.
Billy Derome won the shot put and discus, Jesse Donez won the 100, Robby Pack the high jump, and the Tigers took the 4x100 meter relay (Jesse Donez, Nick Stover, Tommy Miller and Tallon Pauly) and medley relay (Tommy Miller, Kyle Kerfoot, Tyler Knauth and DeVonte McClain) and tied for first in the 4x200 (Jesse Donez, Nick Stover, Tommy Miller and Tallon Pauly) and 4x400 (Jacob Allies, Tyler Knauth, Robby Pack and DeVonte McClain) relays.
Stefan White finished second in both the 110-meter high hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles. Jacob Allies was second in the triple jump, Alexander Ling was second in the long jump, Jake Lewis was second in the shot put, and Perry Savage was second in the pole vault.
Third-place efforts went to Kyle Kerfoot in the 100 meters, DeVonte McClain in the 800, Michael Schneider in the shot put, Jake Lewis in the discus, and Jacob Allies tied for third in the high jump.
The Tigers ran at Columbia against the Wildcats and Nampa last Thursday, winning both the girls and boys competition.
Haley Schaefer, Jasmyn Jewett and Shelby Posey were all double winners for Mountain Home. Schaefer won the 800- and 1600-meter runs, Jewett won the high jump and long jump, and Posey won the shot put and discus.
Christina Segovia won the pole vault and finished second in the high jump. Dakota Barrie won the 300-meter hurdles, Kacee Cameron won the triple jump, and Mountain Home swept all the relays.
Jordan Vivier had second-place efforts in the 1600- and 3200-meter runs and the pole vault, Jessica Liercke was second in the 100, Kristie Sigloh was second in the 200, Shelby Henrick was second in the 400, Jasmyne Moore was second in the 300-meter hurdles, Taneica Jones was second in the triple jump, Keesha Janis was second in the shot put and Shelbie Toenjes was second in the discus.
Tanya McKenzie was third in the discus, and Regina Rodriguez was third in the shot put.
In the boys competition, Garrett Wood won the pole vault, triple jump and tied for first with teammate Stefan White in the 300-meter hurdles, and was second in the long jump.
Tyree Harmon won the 110-meter high hurdles and the long jump.
Billy Derome was first in the shot put and second in the discus.
The Tigers also won the medley relay.
DeVonte McClain was second in the 800-meter run, Joe Gutierrez was second in the 3200-meter run, Stefan White was second in the 110-meter high hurdles, and Mountain Home was second in the 4x100- and 4x200-meter relays.
Third-place efforts went to Jacob Allies in the high jump and triple jump, Jesse Donez in the 100-meter dash, Dylan Johnson in the 1600, Jesse Juarez in the 3200 and Jake Lewis in the discus.