Four county athletes bring home some medal from state track

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Clark Fork Mountain Cat Hailey Kelly (#214) placed fifth in javelin at the state track meet in Laurel last weekend. (Photo courtesy of Julie Thompson-Kelly)

Class C State Track and Field took place on May 26 and 27 at the Laurel Sports Complex near Billings. Six Mineral County athletes traveled the 770 mile round trip to compete against over 30 other schools. Four students came home with some medal including Clark Fork’s Emma Duboise who pole vaulted her way to second place and tied with Maddy Thompson from Fort Benton with a jump of 9-0.

Teammate Hailey Kelly placed fifth in javelin with a throw of 121-3 and once again broke Superior’s school record which she broke earlier this year with a throw of 119-02. Madison Hill from St. Regis placed fifth in the 100 meter dash with 13.36 on the clock. She also placed sixth in long jump with 16-5, missing a tied for fifth by half an inch. Teammate Brock Cantrell-Field made a place on the podium when he took second place in discuss with a throw of 144-7 and fourth place in javelin with 165-3.

Other athletes who traveled to state were Griffin Pluth who ran in the 3200 meter race and Brandon Managhan for high jump. In team scores St. Regis boys placed 19th with a score of 12 and the girls Clark Fork team placed 18th with a score of 9. St. Regis girls placed 28th with a score of 3.

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