The 3A East regional meet was held in Torrington over the weekend with spots at the state meet on the line. The top 8 finishers in the individual events and the top 4 relays will in Casper this week for the state championships.

On the boy's side of things, Rawlins won a regional title for the first time since the 1950s with 149 points to edge Douglas who came up with 143. Buffalo was 3rd with 106. In the sprint races, Rodee Brow of Wheatland had a great meet with victories in the 100 and 200-meter dashes. He ran 11.36 in the 100 and 22.97 in the 200. The 400-meter dash winner was Kollen Milmine of Buffalo in 50.88. In the hurdle races, Mario Guerrero, a senior from Rawlins took the tape in 16.14 with Keltan Ewing of Douglas prevailing in the 300 hurdles in 40.82.

In the distance events,  Kollen Milmine from Buffalo added to his medal count by winning the 800 in 1.58.32. Camryn Spence of Douglas who finished 2nd in the 800, took first in the 1600 meters with a clocking of 4.44.87. Rawlins picked up another 10 points in the 3200 with Caleb Johansson taking the tape in 10.26.49. In the relays, Wheatland won the 4x100, Rawlins the 4x400 plus the 4x800, and Douglas won the 1600 medley.

In the boy's field events, Wade Pollack of Burns continued his solid season with a win in the shot-put with a throw of 52-5.5 while Logan Cole threw 157-4 to win the discus. Mario Guerrero from Rawlins picked up 2 more 1st place medals with a win in the long jump at 20-6.75 and the triple jump with a leap of 43-00.5. Rodee Brow of Wheatland won his 3rd event of the meet as he cleared 13-11 in the pole vault, In the high jump,  Kaden Bauersachs of Douglas wins that as he went 6-2.

On the ladies' side in the 3A East, Kamdynn Townsend of Douglas was sensational as she won 4 individual events, She placed first in the 200-meter dash in 26.24 and then took the top spot in the 400 with a clocking of 58.13. Townsend was equally effective in the field events by winning the high jump at 5-5 and the long jump with a leap of 17-5.

In the rest of the girl's events, Khalya Otero of Wheatland captured the 100 in 13.01. Buffalo freshman Carley Norman ran 15.82 to win the 100 hurdles while Eva Nitschke took the 300 hurdles in 46.02. In the distance races, Wheatland's Lily Nichols won 2 of the 3, running 5.27.03 in the 1600 and 11.40,29 in the 3200, Buffalo freshman Briley Farris took the tape in the 800 in 2.21.91

In the rest of the field events, Rylee Ward of Burns cleared 9-9 to win the pole vault, Allison Brummell from Torrington won the triple jump at 39-6, Allyson Fertig of Douglas took the discus with a toss of 121-3, and won the shot at 43-4 which was nearly 10 feet better than the 2nd place finisher.

Buffalo won the girl's team standings with 142.5. Torrington and Douglas tied for 2nd with 105. Make sure to check out the video of Saturday's proceedings in Torrington. Enjoy!

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