PREP ROUNDUP: Trengove shines again

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• TRACK AND FIELD

MOSCOW — Post Falls junior Tyler Trengove jumped 6 feet, 6 inches to win the high jump, then went 21-6 to win the long jump at the Moscow Invitational at Bear Field.

Post Falls finished third in the boys meet with 141.5 points. The Trojans were second in the girls meet with 149 points. Moscow swept the team titles.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Moscow 196.5. 2, Troy 150.5. 3, Post Falls 141.5. 4, Deary 99. 5, Potlatch 57.5.

Winners, Post Falls finishers in top three

100 — 1, Nic Griffin, Troy, 11.64. 2, Kyle Lightner, PF, 11.70. 200 — 1, Nic Griffin, Troy, 23.20. 2, Bryce Davis, PF, 24.13. 400 — 1, Ben Scott, Deary, 53.58. 800 — 1, Josh Lay, Troy, 2:09.51. 1,600 — 1, Brice Foote, Troy, 5:01.78. 3,200 — 1, Brice Foote, Troy, 10:51.22. 2, Brycen Kempton, PF, 11:48.12. 3, Josiah Heath, PF, 11:53.16.

110 hurdles — 1, Jaxon Skinner, Mos, 16.35. 300 hurdles — 1, Jalen Kirk, Deary, 42.99. 4x100 relay — 1, Moscow, 46.01. 4x200 relay — 1, Deary, 1:36.31. 3, Post Falls, 1:37.21. 4x400 relay — 1, Troy, 3:41.81. Sprint medley — 1, Troy, 3:48.84. 2, Post Falls, 4:01.95.

Shot put — 1, Layton Paul, Pot, 42-2. Discus — 1, Rhett Sandquist, Troy, 122-1. High jump — 1, Tyler Trengove, PF, 6-6. Pole vault — 1, Jake Smith, Mos, 12-0. 2, Cody Barber, PF, 11-6. Long jump — 1, Tyler Trengove, PF, 21-6 1/2. Triple jump — 1, Jake Smith, Mos, 37-6 1/2.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Moscow 222. 2, Post Falls 149. 3, Deary 94. 4, Troy 91. 5, Potlatch 59.

Winners, Post Falls finishers in top three

100 — 1, Kate Wray, Mos, 12.99. 200 — 1, Tona Anderson, Deary, 26.74. 3, Bailey Shanahan, PF, 28.00. 400 — 1, Tona Anderson, Deary, 1:00.23. 2, Bailey Shanahan, PF, 1:03.71. 800 — 1, Bec Kirkland, Mos, 2:26.75. 2, Anayah Brown, PF, 2:31.34. 1,600 — 1, Bec Kirkland, Mos, 5:53.81. 3, Leah Holding, PF, 6:12. 3,200 — 1, Laurel Hicke, Mos, 12:35.24.

100 hurdles — 1, Talia Kane, PF, 16.56. 300 hurdles — 1, Lauren Zuba, Mos, 49.88. 2, Arayah Brown, PF, 51.08. 4x100 relay — 1, Post Falls (Tegan Uemoto, Nicole Bayardo, Morgan Rust, Kyla Zichko), 55.86. 4x200 relay — 1, Post Falls (Xana Kernodle, Dylan Lovett, Bailey Shanahan, Kacy Johnston), 1:52.34. 4x400 relay — 1, Moscow, 4:19.55. 2, Post Falls, 4:24.96. Sprint medley — 1, Moscow, 1:53.34. 2, Post Falls, 1:59.72.

Shot put — 1, Jordyne Frederickson, Troy, 29-4. Discus — 1, Jordyne Frederickson, Troy, 78-7. High jump — 1, Melody Kempton, PF, 5-2. Pole vault — 1, Claire Qualls, Mos, 8-0. 3, Hailey Spooner, PF, 7-0. Long jump — 1, Samantha Schwager, Mos, 16-2 1/2. 3, Dylan Lovett, PF, 15-4. Triple jump — 1, Laurel Hicke, Mos, 29-4 1/2.

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ST. MARIES — The nonleague game between the Scotties and Lumberjacks at City Park was postponed due to rain.

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