Timber Creek relay girls stay on track in multiple sports

It’s an age of specialization in high school sports. But four Timber Creek girls who don’t mind a full plate of cross-training could make something special happen in their ‘second sport’ this spring.

What the Arlee Warriors Were Playing For

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  • Date: 2018-04-04T05:00:25-04:00
  • Author: Abe Streep
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Not to change the topic here:

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The Oviedo Lions defeated the Timber Creek Wolves with a score of 1-0 after taking the game to 9 innings.

It was a battle of the pitchers tonight with Cooper Omans pitching 5 plus innings with 8 strikeouts for the Lions (6-7), and Brett Neilan pitching 7 innings with 10 strikeouts for the Wolves.

After losing to Timber Creek earlier in the week, Oviedo head coach Jason Foss said ‘it was important to even the score with them.’

‘Omans came in and did his job, then Chris McDonald came in behind him to pick up right where he left off,’ Foss said.

After Timber Creek made a pitching change, Oviedo was able to close in on the defense and score the one and only run of the game.

  • Publisher: OrlandoSentinel.com
  • Author: Varsity Staff
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List: State-qualifying track and field athletes

The track and field season is under way, but the weather has not cooperated. The list of state-qualified high school track and field athletes will only continue to grow as more meets get underway.

Each classification now uses qualifying standards (which are included in parentheses next to each class in each event below) that give athletes an opportunity during the regular season to secure berths at their respective state tournaments. Athletes can still qualify for their state meets at their divisional meets, but that’s not a necessity. If athletes hit a qualifying standard at any point during the season, they’re guaranteed a spot at the state meet, regardless of their performance at the divisional meet.

Baker’s Wrenzi Wrzesinski, Class B’s defending champion in the 100, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, posted state-qualifying times in both hurdle races in her season-opening meet.

Glacier’s Ethan Larson has posted the state’s fastest times in both the 100 and 200, which he ran in the season-opening Glacier-Sentinel dual. Larson placed third at last year’s Class AA State Track and Field meet in the 100, while also finishing fourth in the 200.

Ben Perrin of Flathead, Duncan Hamilton of Bozeman, and Isaac Schmidt of Hellgate all qualified for the 3,200 at the prestigious’Arcadia Invitational in Los Angeles.’A handful of female runners from around the state also ran qualifying times in the 3,200 at the Arcadia Invitational. Bozeman’s Camila Noe, Alex Moore, Phoebe Jacques, and Terra Trom all qualified for the Class AA State Track and Field meet, as did Glacier’s Annie Hill and Hellgate’s Ellee Becker.

  • Publisher: Montana Sports
  • Date: 2018-04-09T12:53:08+00:00
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  • Twitter: @montanasports
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