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Nike Boise Indoor (ID) Results

National leader Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) improved his national lead and once again broke 80 feet at the Boise Indoor meet last weekend. Read more

Region 13 Junior Olympic Championships (OR) Results

Shelby Moran (Sherwood, OR) shattered her state record by adding more than 10 feet to her best on Friday at the Region 13 Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships in Oregon. Her throw of 202’0″ also moves her into the national lead and up to 3rd on the all-time national list. Mayyi Mahama (Pullman, WA) added 18 feet to her best in second place. Her new best of 193’6″ also broke the Washington state record in the process. also a highlight at the meet was a win and another throw over 220 feet from sophomore Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) in the 15-16 division. Read more

California High School Hammer Championships Results

The growing scene of hammer throwers in California met up on Saturday for the annual California High School Hammer Championships. The competition was held across two locations in Northern and Southern California on Saturday. Silas Hurst (Santiago Corona, Corona, CA) added more than four feet to his personal best to capture a big win in the boy’s competition. Emma Robbins (Esperanza, Anaheim, CA) improved her best for the third straight week to win the girl’s competition. Read more

Golden West Invitational (CA) Results

A pair of personal bests took home the titles at this year’s Golden West Invitational. Markayla Billings (Cosumnes, Elk Grove, CA) made her season debut with a big personal best to win the girl’s competition. Dagne Buck (Whitney, Rocklin, CA) of the Golden State Throwers also had his first meet of the year and added nearly seven feet to his personal best from last season to win the boy’s competition. Read more

Simplot Games (ID) Results

National leader Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) easily took the win in the boy’s competition, but one of the highlights of the competition came from Carter Hughes (Sidney, MT). In his first time throwing the weight he hit 62’1.25″ to take second place. Alyssa Workman (Tualatin, OR) also was just off her best en route to winning the girl’s competition. Read more

University of Washington High School Invitational (WA) Results

Nation leader Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) came just inches away from setting a new national record on Friday at the University of Washington High School Invitational. He easily won with a throw of 83’0.25″ that capped off a consistent series with all six throws over 78’9″. He also added more than 10 feet to the meet record. Shelby Moran (Sherwood, OR) led a strong contingent of Oregon throwers by capturing the girl’s title, also just inches off of her best. Read more

Knight shatters sophomore record four times in one meet

Trey Knight (Ridgefield, WA) has started the season on a roll. The sophomore reached a new level on Friday as he hurled a new national sophomore class record at the Super Throwers Indoor Series #4 at the Willamette Striders Indoor Training Facility in Oregon City, Oregon. Read more

Region 10 USATF Junior Olympic Championship (AZ) Results

After coming within inches of the Arizona state record earlier this year, Jacob Slate (Chandler, AZ) added two inches to the mark on Friday at the Region 10 USATF Regional Championships in Mesa. His best throw, which can be seen below, measured 232’1″. The previous record of 231’11” was set in 2015 by Jacob Beene. Read more

USATF Junior National Championships (CA) Results

Despite a heat wave, the top junior throwers in the US gathered in Sacramento this weekend for the USATF Junior Championships. The junior championships is a unique competition as it is open to all athletes born in 1998 or later, allowing many college freshman to also enter. Junior men also throw the 6-kilogram international implement, which is more than a pound heavier than the standard high school hammer. Despite the added competition, it was a high school thrower that won the women’s competition. Alyssa Wilson (Donovan Catholic, Toms River, NJ) set a season’s best to by the narrowest of margins: one centimeter. Molly Leppelmeier (McComb, OH) added seven feet to her personal best to finish third overall, and the second best high school thrower. Shelby Moran (Sherwood, OR) also improved her best and came within inches of the Oregon state record in fourth place. Read more

California High School Hammer Championships Results

After breaking 200 feet for the first time last weekend, Silas Hurst (Santiago Corona, Corona, CA) improved his personal best again last weekend at the California High School Hammer Championships. His best mark of 206’1″ won him his first title. In the girl’s competition Miranda Zinola (Homestead, Cupertino, CA) added six feet to her best to secure the win. Read more