PINEDALE – Sunny, clear skies and temperatures in the high 40s filled Star Valley on April 21, a far cry from the cold, snowy weather that forced officials to reschedule the annual Dave Draney Invitational hosted in Afton.
Pinedale girls placed fifth with 65 points and the boys came in seventh at 59 points at the Dave Draney Invitational.
Senior Isabella Romasko continued her season performance with three first-place ribbons on Wednesday. In the girls' 100-meter dash, Romasko beat out the competition at 12.65 seconds. Romasko won the 100-meter hurdles, clocking in at 15.78 seconds.
Dominating the triple jump, Romasko sailed to first place with a jump measured in nearly 4 feet ahead of the runner up at 36 feet, 9 inches.
Teagan Bowers made waves in the boys' long jump, picking up first place and beating his personal outdoor record at 20-01 3/4. The senior came in second place in the triple jump, clearing 41-06. Hitting the track in the 200-meter dash for the first time this season, Bowers took third place, timing in at 23.47 seconds.
Sophomore Mandy Majhanovich made a strong showing in mid-distance events, placing second in the girls' 400-meter run at 1:03.04.
Senior Riley Dauwen took fourth place in the girls' 200-meter dash, finishing the event in 28.24 seconds. Dauwen placed eighth in the 300-meter hurdles at 52.96 seconds.
Freshman Trista Covill came in eighth place in the girls' 100-meter dash at 13.68 seconds.
In the boys' 200-meter dash, junior James Kervitsky placed sixth, clocking in at 24.24 seconds. Kervitsky took seventh place in the 100-meter dash at 12.05 seconds.
Senior Gatlin Egle finished the boys' 400-meter run in eighth place at 55.77 seconds. Freshman Lauren Jones came in seventh place in the girls' 400-meter run at 1:07.74.
Junior Maggie Harber took seventh place in the girls' triple jump at 29-11.
Pinedale throwers performed well at the Dave Draney Invitational. Senior Dodge Westercamp picked up third place in the boys' shot put, measuring in at 45-01. Fellow senior Carson Gregory broke into the top five with a fourth-place finish in the boys' discus, clearing 128-06.
Freshman Katyana Dexter placed seventh in girls' shot put with a toss spanning 30-08 1/2. Dexter placed eighth in discus at 96-02.
The girls' 1600-meter sprint medley team finished in second place. Senior McKinley Boulter, Majhanovich, Dauwen and senior Grace Davis timed in at 4:50.53.
Majhanovich, Davis, Jones and Dauwen took fourth place in the girls' 4x400-meter relay at 4:52.78.
The boys' 1600-meter sprint medley relay team also finished in second place. Kervitsky, junior Jacob Bain, sophomore Noah Sletten and Egle finished the course in 4:02.72.
In the boys' 4x100-meter relay, sophomore Dillon Boespflug, Bowers, Bain and Sletten came in fourth place at 47.75 seconds. Bain, Sletten, Boespflug and Egle placed fourth in the 4x400-meter relay at 3:49.39.