Ben Kelley made a clean sweep of the 800, 1600, and 3200 at last weekend's state meet. Even when his Breathe-Rite strip started to lose its grip, he only tightened his own grip on his lead.
2A Boys All-State
Shane Finegan, Senior, Wiggins (state champion - 200, 400, two state champion relays)
Jose Flores-Lauro, Senior, Monte Vista (state champion - triple jump)
Ty Grant, Junior, Cedaredge (3rd place - 200, 5th place - 100, one state champion relay, one state runner-up relay)
Garett Gribble, Senior, Fowler (state champion - shot put, 5th place - discus)
Tyler Hein, Junior, Wiggins (3rd place - 300H, two state champion relays)
Benjamin Jackson, Junior, Resurrection Christian (state champion - 300H, state runner-up 110H)
Ben Kelley, Junior, Soroco (state champion - 800, 1600, 3200)
Levi Kilian, Sophomore, Highland (state runner-up - 1600, 3200)
Brendon Klaseen, Senior, Cedaredge (3rd place - 400, 4th place - 800, one state champion relay, one state runner-up relay)
Casey McDaniel, Senior, Sanford (state runner-up 300H, 4th place - 110H)
Chad Mikelson, Senior, Sedgwick County (state champion - long jump, state runner-up - triple jump, shot put, discus)
Mikie Mikita, Junior, Calhan (state champion - pole vault)
Michael Morgan, Junior, Buena Vista (state runner-up - 100, 5th place - high jump)
Grant Redmond, Sophomore, Soroco (state champion - high jump)
Patrick Scoggins, Junior, Rangely (state runner-up - 400, 800, 4th place - 200)
Isaac Swoffer, Senior, Cedaredge (state runner-up - 200, 3rd place - 100, 4th place - long jump)
Jerald Taylor, Senior, Custer County (3rd place - 3200, 5th place - 800, 1600, season-best 3200 time)
Caleb Urwiller, Senior, Dayspring Christian (state champion - 100, state runner-up - long jump)
Lane Walter, Junior, Crowley County (state champion - discus)
Jacob Yates, Junior, Hoehne (state champion - 110H, season-best 300H time)
I hope to forestall a lot of questions here by letting you folks know a few things about the formula I'm using here to determine the all-state team. State places in individual events up to place 5 count for consideration, first or second-place relays count for consideration, and a season-best mark for the classification without a state championship counts for consideration. All these contribute to a point total, and the top 20 point totals become the all-state team.
To view athlete profile pages of the selected athletes, hover over the "19 more" under tagged athletes and click on the athlete of interest.