Coppernoll, Wemhoff, girls 4x200 win events at Nez Perce Games
Matt Coppernoll set a new personal best to win the discus while Kristin Wemhoff won the 100 meter dash and anchored the girls 4x200 relay team to a win at the Nez Perce Games at Kamiah Friday, April 16.
Coppernoll tossed the discus 150’6” to beat his previous best mark by about 10 feet. He also took third in the shot put with a mark of 42’0”. Matt Coppernoll won the discus at Kamiah last week.
Jesse Cronan was third in the discus with a personal best of 125’0”, fifth in the long jump at 16’11” and 11th in the 100 in 12.56.
T.J. Hibbard was 4th in the 200 meter dash in 24.61. He was also 6th in the discus at 120’10” and 9th in the shot put at 37’0”.
Zach Rambo was 8th in the 300 hurdles in 54.14 and 10th in the 100 in 12.47.
Shane Hanson was 11th in the discus at 103’3”, 15th in the shot put at 32’2”, 20th in the 100 in 13.54 and 26th in the 200 in 28.10.
Tyler Wemhoff was 11th in the 3200 in 12:27.08 and 12th in the 800 in 2:37.0.
Sebastian Nuxoll was 11th in the 300 hurdles in 1:01.81, 27th in the 100 in 14.26 and 28th in the discus at 72’3”.
Bennie Elven was 14th in the discus at 97’4” and 19th in the 400 meter dash in 1:01.92.
Ambrose Nuxoll was 16th in the long jump at 13’5”, 23rd in the 200 in 1:07.09 and 39th in the 200 in 30.96.
Lee Forsmann was 22nd in the 400 in 1:05.93, 22nd in the discus at 79’9” and 35th in the 200 in 29.44.
Quirt Goeckner was 24th in the 400 in 1:08.97, 27th in the discus at 74’0”, 30th in the 100 in 14.40 and 37th in the 200 in 29.93.
The 4x100 relay team of Cronan, Cole Martin, Rambo and Hibbard was third in 47.40.
The 4x200 relay team of Elven, Forsmann, Ambrose Nuxoll and Sebastian Nuxoll was 6th in 1:53.92.
As a team the boys placed 6th out of 11 teams with 51 points.
For the girls, Wemhoff won the 100 in 13.34. She was also second in the 200 in 27.60 and third in the 400 in 1:02.43.
The 4x200 relay team of Alli Geis, Ellea Uhlenkott, Julia Rehder and Wemhoff won with a time of 1:54.98.
Uhlenkott placed 4th in the 100 hurdles in 17.44, 4th in the 300 hurdles in 50.29 and 5th in the long jump at 14’10”.
Geis was 8th in the 300 hurdles in 1:00.15 and 19th in the 200 in 31.70.
Rehder was 7th in the triple jump at 27’8”, 12th in the long jump at 12’1” and 18th in the 200 in 31.37.
Sarah Lustig was 11th in the discus at 69’10” and 14th in the shot put at 20’4”.
Meghan Fowler was 15th in the shot at 19’6” and 20th in the discus at 42’1”.
Olivia Klapprich was 22nd in the 200 in 33.46 and 24th in the 100 in 16.27.
As a team the girls placed 5th out of 11 teams with 44 pts.

Two of the 3 handoffs in the winning 4x200 relay. At left Alli Geis hands off to Ellea Uhlenkott. At right, Kristin Wemhoff has just taken the baton from Julia Rehder for the final leg.

Cole Martin saw his first track action of the season anchoring the boys 4x100 relay.

Jesse Cronan took third in the discus.

The 4 runners in the boys 4x200 relay. At left Lee Forsmann takes the handoff from Bennie Elven. At right Ambrose Nuxoll hands off to older brother Sebastian Nuxoll.

Meghan Fowler in the discus.

Quirt Goeckner in the discus. Interesting note, Quirt marks 3 generations that Chronicle reporter Greg Wherry has covered in Prairie sports. He also covered his grandmother Della Uhlenkott Gehring and his mother Lynn Gehring Goeckner.

Olivia Klapprich in a heat of the 200 meter dash.

Ellea Uhlenkott in her 3 individual events. From left are the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the long jump.

Jesse Cronan hands off to T. J. Hibbard in the 4x100 relay.

Kristin Wemhoff in the 400 meter dash.

Medalists at the Nez Perce Games. From left are Ellea Uhlenkott, Alli Geis, Kristin Wemhoff, Jesse Cronan and Matt Coppernoll. Not pictured is Julia Rehder.

Junior High Track
The season is off to a great start.    Thirty-two athletes came out to see what they could do in track and field.   The effort these young athletes have been putting in has been outstanding.   Great kids who are pushing themselves to break their own personal records.  Thank you, parents, for the blessing of getting to coach these great young athletes.   We did have a great first meet for all 32 athletes on our team.  None of them had ever gotten to participate in a meet before and they did a great job.  Two of our athletes broke Junior High records.   Sage Elven broke the Discus record held by Ally Hale from 2012.  The new record sits and 84 feet 8 inches.   Dylan Uhlenkott broke Caleb McWilliams 200 Hurdles record.  The new time to beat is 32.42 seconds.    I am looking forward to seeing all these athletes continue to progress for the rest of the season.  
Coach Glenn Poxleitner

Dylan Uhlenkott placed third in the long jump at the Jr. High meet last week.

Aubree Rehder in one of the relays at the Jr. High Meet.


Prairie 2021 Track Schedule
March

20-Kendrick Invitational @ Lapwai
23-Kamiah Meet-rescheduled from March 25
April
16-Nez Perce Games @ Kamiah
20-Prairie Meet
24-White Pine League Championships.
29-Prairie Meet
May
1-Clearwater Invitational @ Kamiah
4-Kamiah Meet
6-District Meet of Champions
14-15-District Meet
21-22-State Meet at Middleton

Prairie 2021 Junior High Track Schedule
APRIL
13-Kamiah Middle School
22-Lapwai Middle School Meet
27-Kamiah Middle School
MAY
1-KMS Invite
7-Lapwai MS Invitational

 

 

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