Regional sweep: Cyclones, Lady Cyclones win 1A East Regional championships

Andrew Towne/Torrington Telegram Wyatt Campbell, second from left, wins the 100-meter dash on Saturday at the 1A East Regional Championships in Torrington. He beat out teammates Austin Short, Matthew Chapman and Liam Haas. Those three finished second, fourth and sixth, respectively.

TORRINGTON – Both Southeast High School track and field teams won 1A East Regional championships on Saturday afternoon at Wiseman Field in Torrington.

The Cyclone boys won four events, while the Lady Cyclones picked up 10 wins on the weekend.

The Lady Cyclones scored 194 points to finish 31 points ahead of Upton. Hulett was third.

Freshman Kaycee Kosmicki led the way for the Southeast girls with three wins, sweeping the distance events. She won the 800-meter run in 2 minutes, 35.34 seconds, while winning the 1,600-meter run in 6:22.68. She also won the 3,200-meter run by nearly 20 seconds, winning it in 14:18.35.

The Lady Cyclones also swept the relay races. The 4x100 team of Kennedi Blevins, Macy Tremain, Taylor Hanson and Sasha Haines picked up the win in 57.85 seconds, while the 4x400 team of Tremain, Tylar Stoddard, Kosmicki and Haines won in 4:29.47. The 4x800 team of Keana Llewellyn, Anna Hartman, Angie Logsdon and Kylee Llewellyn scored the victory in 12:05.84, while the sprint medley relay team of Stoddard, Logsdon, Haines and Kylee Llewlleyn won in 5:03.47.

Logsdon, Shelby Ekwall and Harper Boche also picked up wins for the Lady Cyclones.

Logsdon cleared 8 feet, 6 inches to win pole vault by a foot, while Ekwall’s toss of 40-8 ¾ beat out Boche, who was second at 38-3. 

Boche picked up the win discus as the lone competitor to throw over 100 feet at 111-2. She was one of five Lady Cyclones to place in the top seven in discus. Kodi Andersen was third, while Ekwall was fourth. Hadley Leithead placed sixth, and Brooklyn Leithead was seventh.

In other field events, Logsdon was third in triple jump, while Stoddard was fourth in triple. Kylee Llewellyn was seventh in long jump.

In the dashes, Tremain was second in the 400 in 1:04.89, while Blevins was fourth in the 100 in 14.02 seconds. In the 200, Stoddard was sixth in 29.01 seconds, beating out Blevins who was seventh in 29.02 seconds.

In hurdles, Hanson was second in the 100 in 17.38 seconds and was fourth in the 300 in 55.65 seconds.

In the boys’ division, Wyatt Campbell, Austin Short, along with 4x100 relay team picked up wins en route to a regional championship.

Campbell picked up wins in the 100 and 200 with times of 11.20 and 23.35 seconds, respectively. Short was second in both of those races, but he picked up the win in the 400 in 54.09 seconds. Matthew Chapman was fourth in the 100 and seventh in the 200.

Liam Haas finished sixth in the 100 and seventh in the 200, while Wyatt Gladson was sixth in the 200.

Kannon Tippetts finsihed second in the 800-meter run in 2:19.40.

In relay action, the 4x100 team of Chapman, Campbell, Mullock and Short won in 46.55 seconds. The 4x400 team of Gladson, Mullock, William Knowlton and Campbell was second in 3:46.69, while the 4x800 team of Dillion Hasbargen, Lucas Gara, Tippetts and Knowlton was second in 10:08.94. The sprint medley relay team of Chapman, Gladson, Knowlton and Tippetts also placed second in 4:18.45.

In field events, Mullock was second in long jump at 18-6 and tied for third in high jump at 5-8. Alex McIntyre placed fifth in shot put and Emmett Coxbill was eight to score the team’s only points in the throwing events.

The Cyclone boys edged Guernsey-Sunrise to win the regional championship. Southeast scored 121.5 points, while the Vikings and Kaycee had 115 points each.

Southeast heads to Casper for the `A State Track and Field Championships Thursday through Saturday at Kelly Walsh High School. Action gets underway at 3 p.m. Thursday and resumes at 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday.