USATF U20 National Championships (OR) Results

The World Junior Championships are taking place in Colombia in August and the best under-20 throwers in the US had a chance to qualify on Thursday at the USATF U20 National Championships. With the top two finishers earning a spot on the team, competition was tight.

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Nike Outdoor Nationals (OR) Results

While the top east coast throwers converged on New Balance Nationals Outdoors over the weekend, the best of the west went to Eugene. Jeremiah Nubbe (Rainier, WA), with Caden Hottman (Hermiston, OR) throwing a personal best for silver. Giavonna Meeks (Northfield, Denver, CO) won the girl’s competition with her first throw over national leader Katelyn Peterson (Dixon, CA). Clubmate Angela Schykerynec (Orland, CA) threw a personal best for bronze.

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Washington State High School Hammer Championships (WA) Results

State leader Jeremiah Nubbe (Rainier, WA) and Leilani Ramos (North Central, Spokane, WA) were the big winners at this year’s Washington State High School Hammer Championships.

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Oregon Relays (OR) Results

Jeremiah Nubbe (Rainier, WA) made his season debut with a big personal best on Friday, launching the hammer over 234 feet. Caden Hottman (Hermiston, OR) also broke 200 feet for second place, with Ariel Ammentorp (Union, Camas, WA) winning with girl’s competition with a personal best.

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The Outdoor Nationals (OR) Results

When it is championship time, John Fay (Bishop Hendricken, Warwick, RI) shows up. At both the Rhode Island Indoor and Outdoor Championships this year, Fay came in the underdog and left as the champion. At the NSAF Outdoor Nationals he did it again with a come from behind victory and 8 foot personal best in the final round to secure the win. Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan (Woonsocket, RI) also added more than a dozen feet to his best to place second, with his teammate Logan Coles (Woonsocket, RI) in third.

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Golden West Invitational (CA) Results

Some of west coast’s top throwers competed at the Golden West Invitational on Saturday. Taking home the wins were Aiden Paul (West Albany, Albany, OR) and Katelyn Peterson (Dixon, CA).

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Washington State High School Hammer Championships (RI) Results

Junior Jeremiah Nubbe (Rainier, WA) broke 220 for the first time to easily capture the Washington state high school hammer title by more than 40 feet. The girl’s competition was much closer with Alexandra Payne (North Kitsap, Poulsbo, WA) beating out Kaitlyn Gallo (Woodinville, WA).

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Knight breaks national high school hammer throw record

Defending national champion Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) opened his season recently with a national lead. Then, in his second meet, not only extended the national lead three more times, but he took down the national record as well. Read more

UW High School Invitational (WA) Results

National leader Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) once again broke 80 feet on Saturday, but it was Jayden White (Everett, WA) who stole the show at Saturday’s UW High School Invitational in Seattle. The senior continues to impress in his first season throwing the weight. He added another three feet to his personal best in the competition. Ava David (Lake Oswego, OR) was close to her personal best in winning the girl’s competition. Read more

Simplot Games (ID) Results

Last year’s national leader Trey Knight made his season debut on Thursday at the Simplot Games in Idaho. His winning toss of 84’0″ was just under his best from last season and also his best season opener ever. Ben Chappell (Oakdale, CA) also broke 70 feet for the first time for a strong second-place showing. In the girl’s competition Cheyenne Figueroa (Classical, Providence, RI) made the trip across the country, while Canadian Jinaye Shomachuk (Bert Church, Airdrie, AB) took second. Read more