The White Pine High girls’ track team won the Ward Coates Invitational meet in Elko on April 15.

Junior Mikinley Prengel won the 800-meter race with a time of two minutes, 38 and one-half seconds. Prengel won the long jump at 15 feet, ten inches, and also won the triple jump at 31 feet, four and one-half inches.

“Mikinley looks like she’ll compete at state in the 800-meters,” assistant coach Darin Stewart said

Freshman Madison Rick won the 400-meter race at 62.34 seconds and finished third in the high jump at four feet, eight inches.

“It looks like Madison’s events at state will be the 200-meter and 400-meter,” Stewart said.

Sophomore Lily Fullmer won the 3200-meter event at 13:53.93, and won the high jump at four feet, ten inches. Senior Lucy Fullmer won the 100-meter hurdles at 17.46 and also won the 300-meter hurdles at 51.31.

Senior Madeline Pickens won the pole vault at eight feet, six inches, and finished second in the triple jump at 29 feet, two inches.

The girls’ 4×200-meter relay team won at 1:54.58, the 4×400-meter team won at 4:53.43 and the 4×800-meter team placed second with a time of 12:30.72.

Sophomore Hannah Barber finished second in the 100-meter race at 13.28 seconds. Junior Samantha Gamberg finished second in the 200-meters at 29.69 seconds and second in the long jump at 15 feet, two inches. Sophomore Emma Boren finished second in the discus at 86 feet, one inch.

“The girls did good on a cold day,” Stewart said. “It’s a credit to their character.”

For the boys, junior Sam Stewart won the 1600-meter race with a time of 5 minutes and half a second and also won the 3200-meters at 10:58.9. Stewart finished third in the 400-meters at 55.84.

Junior Kolton Bilbao won the 110-meter hurdles at 19.42 seconds and won the 300-meter hurdles at 46.96. Junior Gabe Harris finished the 110-meter hurdles at 21.08 and third in the 300-meter hurdles at 52.33.

The boys’ 4×400-meter relay team finished second at 4:00.43. The team also finished third in the 4×100-meter event at 50.84 and third in the 4×200-meters at 1:45.08.

“Our boys throwers have been getting some further marks,” Stewart said.

A split team travels to Eureka High to compete in the Eureka Invitational on April 22 and to Silverado High in Las Vegas for the Skyhawk Invitational on April 23.

“In Eureka, we’ll let some athletes compete that haven’t had some personal bests,” Stewart said. “At Skyhawk, our upper varsity athletes will compete that have met the standard times for the meet.”