The final weekend of the 2024 Wyoming High School Indoor Track season features the state championships on Friday and Saturday in Gillette. The Campbell County Recreation Center Fieldhouse is the site for a 14th straight year. Thirty teams are competing in two classifications at this year’s state championships. The top eight in each event of each classification will receive medals. The top four boys’ and girls’ teams in each class will receive trophies.

WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR TRACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

Three state records were set at last year’s championships. For the girls, they were in Class 4A. The Cheyenne Central girls set a new standard at 4:14.11 in the Sprint Medley Relay. Cheyenne East’s Taliah Morris set a new state record in the long jump at 19-02. One state record was set in the boys’ division. Colby Jenks from Pinedale (Big Piney) set a new standard in the 800 meters at 1:53.92.

Class 3A records were last year, as it was the first year of that division.

In 2024, nine finalists will advance in the Triple Jump, Long Jump, and Shot Put. Eight finalists advance in the 55-meter dash, 55-meter hurdles, and 200 meters. For the 200 meters, the fastest eight times will advance to the finals. Two heats of four will be run with the fastest times in the final heat.

Y95 Country logo
Get our free mobile app

4A Participating Teams

Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Natrona County, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Thunder Basin.

Defending Girls Champion = Sheridan (looking to repeat & win the 2nd title in school history)

Defending Boys Champion = Natrona County (seeking a repeat and 3rd title in school history)

Girls Returning Individual Event Champions = Taliah Morris, Cheyenne East – 55 meters, 200 meters, and long jump; Aubry DeWine, Campbell County – high jump.

Girls Relay Champions from 2023 = Kelly Walsh – 4x200; Sheridan – 4x400; Cheyenne East – 4x800; Cheyenne Central – Sprint Medley.

Boys Returning Individual Event Champions = Bradley Ekstrom, Thunder Basin – 400 meters; Kaiden Lee, Natrona County – high jump and triple jump; Kavin Hoff, Natrona County – pole vault; Bridger Anderson, Natrona County – long jump.

Boys Relay Champions from 2023 = Cheyenne East – 4x200; Thunder Basin – 4x400; Natrona County – 4x800; Cheyenne Central – Sprint Medley.

 

3A Participating Teams

Big Horn, Buffalo, Burns/Pine Bluffs, Cody, Douglas, Evanston, Glenrock, Green River, Lander, Lovell, Mountain View, Pinedale, Powell, Rawlins, Riverton, Star Valley, Tongue River, Torrington, Western Heritage Lutheran Academy, Worland.

Defending Girls Champion = Cody (looks to repeat & win the 3rd title in school history)

Defending Boys Champion = Cody (seeks a repeat and 2nd title in school history)

Girls Returning Individual Event Champions = Valerie Jirak, Star Valley – 55 meters, 200 meters, and long jump; Ada Nelson, Cody – 800 meters; Madison Antonino, Pinedale – 3200 meters; Alyssa Slade, Burns/Pine Bluffs – high jump; Kelsy Pomajzl, Cody – pole vault; Harper Boche, Torrington – shot put.

Girls Relay Champions from 2023 = Star Valley – 4x200; Cody – 4x400; Cody – 4x800; Cody – Sprint Medley.

Boys Returning Individual Event Champions = Kaden Clark, Cody – pole vault; Cody Seifert, Natrona County – triple jump; Tyler Bennick, Torrington – shot put.

Boys Relay Champions from 2023 = Evanston – 4x200; Evanston – 4x400; Star Valley – 4x800; Lander – Sprint Medley.

 

Friday, March 1

Schedule:

Field Events start at 10:30 a.m. (and go in this order – finals immediately follow prelims) = Boys’ long jump (3A, 4A), Girls’ triple jump (4A, 3A), Girls’ pole vault (3A, 4A), Boys’ high jump (4A, 3A), Boys’ Shot Put (3A, 4A).

Track Event at 10:30 a.m. = Sprint Medley Relay; Track Events continue at 11:30 a.m. (and go in this order) = 3200-meter finals, 400-meter finals, 55-meter hurdle prelims, 55-meter dash prelims, 4x800 meter relay finals, 200-meter prelims.

 

Saturday, March 2

Schedule:

Field Events start at 8:30 a.m. (and go in this order – finals immediately follow prelims) = Girls’ long jump (4A, 3A), Boys’ Triple jump (3A, 4A), Girls’ high jump (3A, 4A), Boys’ pole vault (4A, 3A), Girls’ Shot Put (3A, 4A).

Track Events start at 9 a.m. (and go in this order & on a schedule) = 4x200 meter relay finals, 800-meter finals at 9:35 a.m., 55-meter hurdle finals at 10:20 a.m., 55-meter dash finals at 10:45 a.m., 200-meter finals at 11:10 a.m., 1600-meter finals at 11:45 a.m., 4x400 meter relay finals at 12:45 p.m.

 

For field events, all prelims will be completed, immediately followed by finals for that class/gender before moving to the next classification. For track events, the order will run 3A girls, 4A girls, 3A boys, and 4A boys in all events.

The 2024 Wyoming High School Outdoor Track and Field season will begin with its first practice on Monday, March 4. The first competition day is on Thursday, March 14.

Casper Indoor Track Meet

Casper Indoor Track Meet

Gallery Credit: Shannon Dutcher, Frank Gambino,

Gillette Indoor Track Meet #2

Gillette Indoor Track Meet #2

Gallery Credit: Frank Gambino

Laramie Indoor Track Meet

Laramie Indoor Track Meet

Gallery Credit: Frank Gambino

Gillette Indoor Track Meet

Gillette Indoor Track Meet

Gallery Credit: Shannon Dutcher, Frank Gambino

More From Y95 Country