Rapid City Central's Dylan Hay cleared 6 feet, 6 inches on the high jump and won the pole vault to complete a big day at the Sturgis Last Chance Qualifier Tuesday at Woodle Field.
Hay cleared 13-3 on the pole vault.
Central's Hannah Young won the 100 meter dash in 12.54 seconds, the 200 in 25.39 and the 400 in 1:00.72.
Also for the Cobblers, on the boys side, Sage Hagen won the 100 (11.15) and 200 (22.72). He was also a member of the winning 4x100 relay team along with Hay, Ryder Gary and Kailleb Walton-Blanden in 42.78.
Gavin West from Sturgis also won two events, taking first in the 300 hurdles (40.99), 110 hurdles (15.41).
Other girls winners included: 800: Kylee Bennett, Sturgis, 2:24.32; 1,600: Alissa Wieman, Douglas, 5:20.46; 3,200: Alyssa Franke, Rapid City Stevens, 13:12.01; 100 hurdles: Jersi Dadah, Rapid City Stevens, 15.69; 300 hurdles: Elizabeth Schaefer, Rapid City Stevens, 44.70; 4x100 relay: Rapid City Central, 49.30; 4x200: Rapid City Stevens, 1:45.74; 4x400: Rapid City Central 4:15.57; 4x800: Sturgis, 10:00.66; sprint medley: Rapid City Stevens, 4:45.13; high jump: Halle Rogers, Spearfish, 5-2; pole vault: Madisyn Trupe, Rapid City Stevens, 10-3; long jump: Sarah Keen, Rapid City Stevens, 16-10 3/4; triple jump: Makayla Keffeler, Sturgis, 33-10 3/4, shot put: Cora Torbin, Spearfish 34-11; discus: Savannah Perez, Rapid City Stevens, 118-8.
Other boys results: 400: Tavian Ashurst, Spearfish, 50.87; 800: Ethan Brenneman, Sturgis, 1:57.71; 1,600: Jackson Wilson, Douglas, 4:37.87; 3,200: Anders Enevoldsen, Rapid City Stevens, 11:01.40; 4x200: Rapid City Central 1:29.94; 4x400: Rapid City Central, 3:27.23; sprint medley: Spearfish 3:51.29; long jump: Kailleb Walton-Blanden, Rapid City Central, 21-5; triple jump: Carter Nesland, Rapid City Stevens, 43-3; shot put: Jacob Lindenberg, Rapid City Central, 44-10 1/2; discus: Jacob Lindenberg, Rapid City Central, 137-2.
STURGIS 8, RAPID CITY STEVENS 1: A late surge pushed the Scoopers over the Raiders Tuesday night at McKeague Field.
What was a 2-1 Sturgis lead going into the sixth inning got bigger when it brought two runs across the plate and then four more in the seventh.
The Scoopers also scored a run in the first and the third while Rapid City Stevens scored in the third.
Gage Murphey and Josh West recorded multiple hits for Sturgis, while Tristan Walter, Brian Duran and Alec Keffeler recorded an RBI each.
Sturgis, 10-6, will face Douglas today at Strong Field while Stevens, 6-14, ends the regular season
LEAD-DEADWOOD 9, TODD COUNTY 3: A big second inning led the Goldiggers over the Falcons Tuesday at home in a 4B West Regional playoff game.
Lead-Deadwood scored seven second inning runs after scoring one in the first. It would score one more in the bottom of the fourth before Todd County scored two in the sixth and one in the seventh.
Jack Egemo had four hits for the Golddiggers and Dawson Janke drove in two runs. Cody Rakow finished with nine strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings. Todd County committed five errors while Lead-Deadwood committed two.
The Golddiggers will play the winner of tonight's Hot Springs-St. Thomas More game. The next round of the playoffs will be Tuesday at Winner.