Area high school track and field athletes place at state championships


Four area athletes from north Clark County high schools landed high on the podium, and other area athletes finished well in their respective track and field event finals from May 23 through May 25.

Prairie High School’s Will Foster was crowned the 3A state champion in shot put, while La Center’s Shaela Bradley earned two second-place finishes in events at the 1A finals. In the 2A division, Hockinson’s Celia Racanelli finished in third, and Woodland’s Addy Sieme finished in second place.

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3A, Prairie


Will Foster — state champion, shot put; second place, discus

Wyatt Galipeau — fourth place, shot put

Solomon Ogbeama — eighth place, 200 meters


2A, Hockinson


Celia Racanelli, third place,
pole vault




Michael King, eighth place,
100 meters

Davis Sullivan, eighth place,
800 meters

Bretton Moore, Talon Sosky, Brandon Nguyen, Michael King, 4x100 meters relay, fifth place


McKenna Calkins, fifth place, 100 meters

Danica Allen, fifth place, 1,600 meters

Britney Ketels, Marlee Buffham, Madison Ruddy, McKenna Calkins, 4x100 meters relay, sixth place

Layla Enneberg, Madison Ruddy, Britney Ketels, McKenna Calkins, 4x200 meters relay, fourth place

Allie Draper, eighth place, javelin

Addyson Bowyer, sixth place, high jump

Sarah Proctor, 10th place, pole vault

Madison Ruddy, seventh place, triple jump




Hayden Clark, sixth place, javelin


Addy Siemer, second place,
high jump

Collett MacDonald, eighth place, shot put


1A, La Center


Carter Sherry, fifth place,
800 meters


Shaela Bradley, eighth place, 100 meters; second place, 400 meters; second place, long jump

Olivia Bankhead, Paige Sherry, Mikaela Bright, Shaela Bradley, 4x200 meters relay, fifth place

Sophia Johnson, eighth place, discus