In sports news, the Cutthroat Track & Field team is having an excellent season so far with multiple wins as well as many top five and ten results. The athletes have been running hard and their efforts seem to be paying off with Seniors, Jake Lunn taking home the men's 100-meter win in Gooding, and Sophia Mazzoni taking home the gold medal in the women's 1600-meter race. Other top finishers included Ted Yewer ‘19, who posted a second-place time of 2:15.40 in the men’s 800-meter, a fifth place in the women’s 100-meter by Christine Estep ‘21 with a time of 14.10, and Cash Dart ‘20 with an impressive fifth position in the men’s 400-meter. Our Cutthroat relay teams have also done well so far into the season with a second place finish by the men’s 1600-meter sprint medley relay team made up by: Jake Lunn ‘19, Huck Dirksmeier ‘21, Cash Dart, and Ted Yewer; as well as a solid third-place finish by the women’s 4x200-meter relay team made up by runners: Alli Rathfon ‘20, Christine Estep, Caroline Estep ‘21, and Katherine Estep ‘19.
The Track & Field team has numerous upcoming meets in the next few weeks an encourages all of their avid CS Cutthroat fans to come out, support, and cheer them on. What better time than today, May 3 at 3:30 pm at the Wood River High School track in Hailey for the Bob Shay Invitational? It is guaranteed to be a day full of excitement and some fast running and jumping. Go throats!
Link below for the rest of the results from the Gooding Meet:
Article written by Marit Kaiser ‘22