SHERIDAN – The Southeast Lady Cyclones picked up four individual wins en route to a third-place finish at the 2A East Regional Track and Field Meet in Sheridan over the weekend.
Jordan Stoddard picked up three wins, while Morgan Ekwall picked up the fourth in shot put.
Stoddard won the 200-meter dash in 25.62 seconds, the 400-meter dash in 59.15 seconds and the high jump at 5 feet, 6 inches.
Ekwall’s toss of 39-10.5 won shot put, while Kaylie Carson was 12th at 30-9.75.
In the other field events, Joycelynn Hottell was seventh in long jump at 14-6.5, while Mercy McAndrew was 11th at 14 feet.
In the 800-meter run, Kelci Lovercheck placed third in 2 minutes, 27.75 seconds, while Ellie Schmitt was seventh in 2:40.22.
The 4x100-meter relay team of Emma Short, Marjie Schmitt, Ellie Schmitt and Hottell was fourth in 54.64 seconds.
As a team, the Southeast girls scored 35 points to finish third. Pine Bluffs won the team title with 105 points, while Moorcroft was second with 39.
The Lady Cyclones will be taking eight individuals in 12 events, along with the 4x100 and 4x400-meter relay teams to this weekend’s Wyoming State Track and Field Championships in Casper.
In the boys’ division, the Cyclones had a trio of fourth-place finishes to lead the team.
Brant Fullmer came home fourth in 2:08.48, edging teammate Hayden Anderson in 2:08.65. Greg Logsdon was 13th in 2:17.34.
The 1,600-meter sprint medley relay team of D.J. Homer, Zander Ramirez, Reece Robertson and Patrick Swank finished fourth in 4:05.81, while Logsdon was also fourth in long jump at 19-5.5. Robertson was eighth at 18-6.25, while Sawyer Anderson was 11th with a leap of 17-9.5.
In relay action, the 4x100 team of Fullmer, Logsdon, Sawyer Anderson and Robertson placed fifth in 46.98 seconds.
In the 3,200-meter run, Ramirez was 10th in 12:18.45.
As a team, the Cyclones were fifth with 24 points. Big Horn won the team title with 67 points, while Wright was second with 53. Glenrock was third with 51 points.
The boys’ team will take three individuals in three events and the four relay teams to state this weekend.
Action gets underway Thursday at 3 p.m., at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper. On Friday and Saturday, events get underway at 9 a.m.