Ridgefield High sophomore Trey Knight won the boys shot put and weight throw on Saturday at the 2018 Simplot Games indoor track and field meet in Pocatello, Idaho.
His mark in the shot was 62 feet, 11 inches.
“I was pretty nervous,” Knight said. “I had a good throw this time, and it was a little better than I had been averaging this season.”
Knight was one of two sophomores in the finals, and was the youngest competitor to place in the top six.
“My goal for next season is to be consistently over 65 feet,” Knight said.
Knight’s weight throw mark of 80-5 1/2 was a Simplot Games sophomore-class record. The second place thrower went 62-1 1/4.
This was the 40th annual Simplot Games, billed as the nation’s premier high school indoor track and field event. It is held at Idaho State University’s Holt Arena.
Vancouver Lake Half Marathon is Sunday
It may be forecasted to be cold and wet Sunday, but the Vancouver Lake Half Marathon is still a go.
The race begins at 10 a.m. on Reiger Road in front of Vancouver Lake Regional Park.
Packet pick-up is 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. on Sunday. Packets can also be picked up from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Vancouver Lake.
All of the proceeds from the race go to the Clark County Running Club scholarship fund and the CCRC.
Deadline for doubles tennis tourney nears
Monday is the deadline to register for the Vancouver Tennis Center Winter Doubles tournament.
The tournament open to all USTA members is scheduled for March 2-4.
Divisions include men’s and women’s doubles (open), mixed doubles (open), NTRP men’s and NTRP women’s doubles (3.0-4.5), and NTRP combined mixed doubles (6.0 to 9.0).
Entry fee is $27 per player.
To register online or for more information, visit http://tennislink.usta.com/Tournaments/TournamentHome/Tournament.aspx?T=214561.
Adult baseball league seeks players
The Southwest Washington Adult Baseball League (SWABL) is seeking players for its upcoming season. Age groups are 35-and-over and 50-and-over.
Teams are forming now for the Sunday league that plays April through August.
Visit www.swabl.com for more information or to signup.
Pro lacrosse team partners with Camas
The Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse has agreed to a five-year partnership with Camas Lacrosse.
This will allow Camas Lacrosse to field a club lacrosse team called the Columbia Cannons, which will be based in Clark County.
Camas Lacrosse is part of the Washington Boys High School Lacrosse Association.
With the partnership, the Boston Cannons will host two special events for the Columbia Cannons in either Washington or Oregon later in the year. Cannons players and coaches will travel to the West Coast for these events to promote the new club and to allow the club to learn from professional coaches and athletes.
For more information, visit www.camaslacrosse.com.