The Lady Braves took top-seeded Natrona all the way to the end of regulation before falling 1-0 on the Fillies’ field and Jason Livingston claims a regional championship.
The host team scored in the game’s final minute to move on to the regional championship against cross-town rival, Kelly Walsh. Star Valley will be looking to match last year’s third place finish but will need to solve Rock Springs to do so on Saturday.
As for the Track and Field team, it’s been a very competitive day one in Evanston. Unofficially, the Natrona Fillies are well out in front with 95 points. Kelly Walsh is second with 54.5 while Evanston is third with 48. Star Valley is currently fourth with 32.5 points, but have several qualifiers in tomorrow’s sprint events. Individually, Audrey West placed second in the Long Jump by just one-half inch, as well as winning her heat in the 100 and 200 meter dash preliminaries.
As for the boys, Jason Livingston won the regional championship in the 3200 Meter run, and placed second in the 800 Meter run with a time that’s just two seconds off the school record set by Joseph Call in 2007. As for the unofficial team standings, Rock Springs leads the way after day one with 60 points. Natrona is second with 48 and Kelly Walsh is third with 40. Star Valley, with 30 points is just in front of Green River’s 28.5. Evanston trails the pack with 17 points.
Kevin Brough and Tyler Skinner have advanced to the finals in several events, and freshman Ridge Hillyard shaved another few tenths off his 100 Meter time to place third in the prelims. He is the only freshman to finish in the top 18.
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