Regional Track and Field Championships (copy)

West Valley’s Kendall Kramer is shown in the Region VI Track and Field Regional Championships on May 17 at West Valley High School. Kramer won Saturday in the Division I girls 1,600 meter race at the state track meet at Palmer High School. She also won Friday in the 3,200 run. Eric Engman/News-Miner File Photo

The West Valley Wolfpack placed second in the Division I boys team standings of the Alaska School Activities Association/First National Bank Alaska Track and Field State Championships on Saturday at Palmer High School.

The results were unofficial and posted on athletic.net. The official results on asaa.org were not posted before press time.

West Valley, last year’s Division I boys state champion, compiled 100 points. The Chugiak Mustangs won overall with 123.

The Lathrop Malemutes tied the Service Cougars, of Anchorage, for seventh place with 30 points.

The West Valley girls team finished fourth with 46.33 in the Division I standings.

The South Anchorage Wolverines won with 88 points. The North Pole Patriots finished with 18.33 points and the Lathrop Malemutes were 17th with six points.

Standings for the Division II teams were not available at press time on asaa.org or athletic.net.

An article about the Division II results will be published Tuesday. The News-Miner will not be published Monday because of Memorial Day.

Division I

individual results

(unofficial)

West Valley senior Camron Herron repeated as the boys 800-meter champion, finishing in 1 minute, 55.48 seconds Saturday.

Herron also finished fourth in the 1,600 in 4:20.06.

West Valley’s Kendall Kramer won the girls 1,600 for the second year in a row, completing the four-lap race in 4:56.15.

Kramer repeated Friday as the 3,200 girls state champion.

Terrell Johnson won the 300-meter hurdles for West Valley in 40.28.

The Wolfpack senior won Friday in the high jump and long jump.

Lathrop’s Kevin Johnson was fourth in the 300 hurdles in 42.12.

West Valley’s Naomi Bailey placed third Saturday in the girls 800-meter run in 2:20.20.

West Valley’s 4x100 relay of Ellis Alston, Zack Arnold, Jomar Perez and Justin Cummings placed second in 44.13.

Lathrop was seventh in 46.80.

West Valley took first in the 4x200, as Avery Weston, Terrell Jonson, Perez and Cummings combined for a 1:30.79 effort.

Lathrop’s Griffen Roder, Kevin Johnson, Ian Thomas and Jhon Rones were fourth in 1:33.66.

West Valley was seventh in the girls 4x100 in 53.62.

West Valley’s quartet of Weston, Jesse Scannable, Ari Endestad and Herron won in 3:28.88 in the boys 4x400.

West Valley placed fifth in the girls 4x400 in 4:22.90.

The Wolfpack were seventh in the boys 4x800 (8:47.55) and sixth in the girls 4x800 (10:23.99).

Lathrop’s Maya Pelayo placed third in the girls discus with a throw of 114 feet, 3 inches. West Valley’s Sheridan Blasey was sixth at 106-11.

West Valley’s Ellis Alston and North Pole’s Olivia Berg each placed second in the triple jump. Alston went 41 feet, 8.75 inches and Berg had an effort of 33-.50

Cummings placed fifth (11.43) for West Valley in the 100 dash, while Roder was sixth for Lathrop (11.55).

Roder also was eighth in the 200 dash (24.84).

Lathrop’s Laura Alanna was eighth (2:26.22) in the girls 800.

Bailey also placed seventh for West Valley in 5:11.95 in the girls 1,600. Wolfpack teammate Balsey was fifth in 17.18 in the girls 100 hurdles and seventh (49.54) in the girls 300 hurdles.

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