The sixth week of the prep track and field season across the Cowboy State has arrived.

Several meets were postponed or canceled at the end of last week due to the weather, so teams are looking to get somewhere just to compete. Two meets early in the week were pushed back by two days, and one has been canceled.

The biggest events are Afton, Sheridan, Green River, Pine Bluffs, Lovell, and Rawlins.

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This is the schedule and the teams that are attending. The schedule is subject to change.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21

Dave Draney Invitational at Afton: Field Events at 11 a.m. & Track Events at noon  – Cokeville, Jackson, Lyman, Mountain View, Pinedale, Rock Springs, Star Valley; Out-of-state teams – Soda Springs (ID), Teton (Driggs, ID)

Girls Team Scores: Star Valley 130, Lyman 116, Cokeville 94, Mountain View 93.50, Pinedale 65, Rock Springs 60.50, Jackson 50, Teton 47

Lyman's Elena Jensen swept the distance races, 800, 1600, & 3200 meters. Pinedale's Isabella Romasko won the 100 meters, 100 hurdles, and triple jump.

Boys Team Scores: Mountain View 154.83, Rock Springs 97.33, Star Valey 92.16, Lyman 85.33, Cokeville 67, Teton 66.33, Pinedale 59, Jackson 49

Mountain View's Ashton Schofield won the 100, 200, high jump and was on the winning 4x100 relay. Star Valley's Peter Visser swept the 1600 & 3200 meters. Cokeville's Nate Barnes won both hurdle events. Lyman's Joseph Turner won both throws.

Mick Tonkel Track and Field Classic in Upton – canceled

THURSDAY, APRIL 22

Gary Benson Track & Field ‘Border War’ in Sheridan at 1 p.m. – Buffalo, Campbell County, Cody, Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Powell, Sheridan, Thunder Basin

Girls Team Scores: Natrona County & Sheridan 122, Thunder Basin 116, Campbell County 76, Cody 74, Powell 62.5, Kelly Walsh 56, Buffalo 46.5

Gabby Drube of Thunder Basin swept the 2 hurdle races. Campbell County's Lauryn Love won both throws.

Boys Team Scores: Sheridan 220.5, Natrona County 105, Powell 70.5, Kelly Walsh 69.5, Thunder Basin 69, Campbell County & Cody 50, Buffalo 24.5

NC's Robert Douglas wins both hurdle events.

Lander vs. Riverton Dual Track Meet at Bill Bush Stadium in Lander: Field Events at 4 p.m. & Track Events at 4 & 5 p.m. – Lander, Riverton

Girls: Lander 73.5 - Riverton 62.5

Riverton's Elena Pedrin and Summeri Bass win 2 events apiece. Lander's Marlee Jones wins 2 events.

Boys: Lander 71.5 - 64.5

Lander's Kaleb Simonson wins all 3 distance races. Lander's Shawn Cozzens, Gage Gose, and Bryan St. Clair win 2 apiece.

FRIDAY, APRIL 23

Douglas Invite in Douglas: Field Events & Track Events at noon – Cheyenne South, Douglas, Glenrock, Guernsey-Sunrise, Moorcroft, Newcastle, Shoshoni, Sundance, Wheatland, Wright

Girls Team Scores: Douglas 135, Buffalo 122.5, Glenrock 79.5, Cheyenne South 78, Wheatland 59.5, Wright 39, Newcastle 38, Moorcroft 34, Sundance 29, Shoshoni 24.5

Douglas' Kamdynn Townsend goes 4-4, wins the 100, 400, high jump & long jump. Allyson Fertig sweeps the throws.

Boys Team Scores: Douglas 182, Buffalo 83, Wheatland 80, Cheyenne South & Newcastle 57, Glenrock 55, Wright 48, Sundance 43, Guernsey-Sunrise 33, Shoshoni 15, Moorcroft 4

Douglas' Kaden Bauersachs wins the 110 hurdles & high jump. Wheatland's Rodee Brow wins the 100 & pole vault. Kody Micke of Douglas takes both throwing events.

Dubois Frostbite Invite in Dubois – canceled

Green River Invite in Green River: Field Events at 10 a.m. & Track Events at noon – Big Piney, Evanston, Green River, Jackson, Kemmerer, Lander, Little Snake River, Lyman, Mountain View, Pinedale, Riverton, Rock Springs; Out-of-state team: Manila, UT

Riverton's Elena Pedrin wins the 100 & 200. Evanston's Stacia Barker takes the 100 hurdles & high jump. Lyman's Sage Bradshaw captures the 400 & long jump. Riverton's Summeri Bass wins both throws.

Pinedale's Teagan Bowers wins the long & triple jumps. Lyman's Joseph Turner captured first in the shot put & discus.

No individual team scores, just the combined.

Kaycee Invite in Kaycee at 10 a.m. – Arvada-Clearmont, Chugwater, Glendo, H.E.M., Hulett, Kaycee, Midwest, Upton

The Buckaroos sweep the team crowns at their home meet. Bindi Hill, Bryce Ackerman, Ahnya Ivie-Moody, Reece Barritt, and Taylar Scott were multiple-event winners.

Pine Bluffs Invite in Pine Bluffs: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 11 a.m. – Burns, Cheyenne East, Encampment, Laramie, Lingle-Ft. Laramie, Lusk, Pine Bluffs, Rock River, Saratoga, Southeast; Out-of-state teams – Banner County (NE), Garden County (NE), Leyton (NE), Potter-Dix (NE), Sidney (NE)

This meet was cut short due to lightning - some events were not contested

Girls Team Scores: Burns 94, Southeast 74, Pine Bluffs 67, Laramie 55, Lusk 45, Lingle-Ft. Laramie 39, Garden County 38, Cheyenne East 35.5, Sidney 32, Leyton 22.5, Potter-Dix 16, Rock River 3, Banner County 3

Southeast's Shelby Ekwall won the shot put & discus. Burns' Rylee Ward won the 100 hurdles & pole vault.

Boys Team Scores: Leyton 88, Burns 80, Potter-Dix 64, Lingle-Ft. Laramie 50, Sidney 43, Pine Bluffs 40, Garden County 38, Lusk 35, Cheyenne East 32, Southeast 31, Encampment 18, Laramie 17, Banner County 3

Southeast's Ryan Clapper won the 100 & 200.

Out-of-State Meet:

Twilight Invitational in Scottsbluff, NE: Field Events at 12:30 p.m. & Track Events at 2 p.m. – Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Laramie, Torrington

Girls Team Scores: Cheyenne Central 119, Laramie 103, Scottsbluff 84, Cheyenne East 82, Alliance 49, Torrington 38, Gering 28, Bayard 17

East's Taliah Morris won the 100, 200 & long jump. Laramie's Libby Berryhill won the 800 & 3200.

Boys Team Scores: Scottsbluff 122, Cheyenne Central 121, Cheyenne East 97, Laramie 61, Torrington 47, Gering 46, Alliance 23, Bayard 10

East's Marik Cummings sweeps the 100 & 200. Teammate Kaliff Guervara won the long & triple jumps.

SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Basin Nation Outdoor Track Invite #2 in Gillette: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 10 a.m. – Campbell County, Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Thunder Basin

The Kelly Walsh girls and Sheridan boys win the team crowns. KW's Elayna Chafee wins the 100 & long jump. Sheridan's Preslee Moser wins the high jump and triple jump. Lauryn Love of Campbell County takes first in both throws. Thunder Basin's Steven Mansheim swept both boys' hurdle events. 

Kemmerer Invite in Kemmerer: Field Events at 10 a.m. & Track Events at 11:30 a.m. – Big Piney, Evanston, Kemmerer, Shoshoni, Star Valley

Waiting on Results...

Lovell Invitational in Lovell at 9:30 a.m. – Big Horn, Burlington, Cody, Lovell, Meeteetse, Powell, Rocky Mountain, Thermopolis, Tongue River, Western Heritage Lutheran Academy, Worland

Powell sweeps the team crowns. Tongue River's Carleigh Reish won 3 events, while Addie Pendergast won 2. Lovell's Ezekiel Newman won 3 events on his home track. Logan Cole from Thermopolis won both throwing events.

Rawlins Track Invite in Rawlins: Field Events at 11 a.m. & Track Events at noon – Encampment, H.E.M., Little Snake River, Rawlins, Rock River, Saratoga, St. Stephens

Girls Team Scores: Rawlins 171, Saratoga 107.5, H.E.M. 75, Little Snake River 66.5, St. Stephens 53, Encampment 40, Rock River 12

Boys Team Scores: Rawlins 345.5, Saratoga 102, Little Snake River 65.5, Encampment 54, Rock River 11, H.E.M. 8

Rawlins' Eva Nitschke wins both hurdle events on her home track. Saratoga's Whitney Bennett wins 3 events, while Encampment's Lizzie James wins both throwing events. On the boys' side, Mario Guerrero of Rawlins goes 4-4, as he won both hurdle events, the long jump & triple jump on his home track. Saratoga's Noah Rimmer sweeps the throws. 

Out-of-State Meet:

George Calvert Invitational in Morrill, NE: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 10:30 a.m. – Burns, Guernsey-Sunrise, Lingle-Ft. Laramie

Burns girls win, while the Broncs were second. Rylee Ward wins both hurdle events and the pole vault. Wade Pollock of Burns sweeps the throws on the boys' side. 

Sky View Invitational in Smithfield, UT at 9 a.m. – Cokeville

Cokeville's Bryli Groll was 2nd in the 800; Tana Teichert was 2nd in the triple jump; the Panther boys won the sprint medley relay; Cokeville's girls were 8th and the boys were 9th.

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