The third competition weekend of the indoor track season in 2021 starts the second round of meets to try to qualify for the state championships.

There is one meet in Casper at the Natrona MAC and one in Gillette at the Campbell County Recreation Center. With participation limited to 300 athletes, only select teams can attend the two meets. No fans are allowed at any of the regular-season meets.

Saturday, Jan. 30:

WHSAA Indoor Track & Field Qualifying Meet Round Two Meet #1 Gillette; Field Events at 9 a.m.; Track Events at 10 a.m. – Burns/Pine Bluffs, Campbell County, Douglas, Evanston, Thunder Basin, Tongue River, Worland

Campbell County's Nyomi Moore won the high jump (5-1) and the long jump (17-5.5). The Camels also won three of the four relays.

Campbell County's Brandon Werkele finished first in the 55-meter dash (6.68) and the 200 meters (23.33). Thunder Basin's boys won three of the four relays.

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WHSAA Indoor Track & Field Qualifying Meet Round Two Meet #2 in Casper at 9:30 a.m. – Kelly Walsh, Mountain View, Natrona County, Riverton, Rock Springs

Girls Team Scores: Natrona County 221, Kelly Walsh 140, Riverton 53, Rock Springs 44, Mountain View 43

The NC girls won 10 events, including all 3 relays. There were no double-event winners.

Boys Team Scores: Natrona County 155.50, Kelly Walsh 134.50, Rock Springs 84, Mountain View 64, Riverton 56

Darius Wiggins of Kelly Walsh won the 55-meters (6.73) and 200 meters (23.00). NC's Robert Douglas win the 55-meter hurdles (7.68) and long jump (21-6.25).

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