Six Title Haul at BSU Challenge
Feb. 11, 2017

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NAMPA, Idaho – The Broncos performed extremely well on Saturday at the Boise State Challenge, winning six event titles in what was the team’s final home indoor meet of the season. Noah Horsburgh won two events – 800m and mile – to lead the Blue and Orange at the Jacksons Indoor Track.

Horsburgh’s best race came in the mile after he clocked a 4:15.70 for a 10-second personal best time. The freshman then followed it up with a victory in the 800m thanks to a 1:54.14.

The most exciting race of the day was arguably the men’s 200m, as Alexandru Terpezan and Fernando Martinez squared off against Bronco alum and 2016 Olympian, Jordin Andrade. Terpezan (21.73) nipped Andrade (21.81) at the line for first, and Martinez was close behind in third (22.06).

Sadi Henderson continued her assault on the Bronco record book and ripped off a 54.82 to win the 400m, making her the third-fastest indoor 400m runner in school history.

Despite the two month gap between now and his last race, Dusty Fisher managed to pick up where he left off and captured the 400m win on the men’s side with a 48.22.

The last Bronco first-place finish was also a middle distance victory, as Amy Pfaff (2:12.54) held off a late charge from Nevada’s Eliza McCall (2:13.91).

Drew Lindsley was sensational in the weight throw after recording a 50-2.50 (15.30m) for a career-best mark to give him fourth place in the event. Kevin Ketterling fared well in the shot put and notched a mark of 42-3.50 (12.89m) for sixth place.

The women’s weight throw saw Kendra Noneman post a 49-8.50 (15.15m) for third place. The mark was also a career best for the freshman from Eagle, Idaho. Baylee Dodd was tops for Boise State in the women’s shot put thanks to career-best mark of 38-7.75 (11.78m) to take seventh place.

Pole vault was a strong event for the Broncos with both Camden Stoddard (16-4.75 / 5.00m) and Justin Stattner (15-5 / 4.70m) either tying or setting new PR’s on the men’s side for third and eighth place. Allison Jeffries was the top finisher for the women yet again, clearing 12-5.50 (3.80m) for fourth place.

Taj Dorsett PR’d, as well, taking third in the women’s long jump with a 17-10.75 (5.45m)

 

BOISE STATE CHALLENGE

MEN
Weight Throw
| 4. Drew Lindsley – 50-2.50 (15.30m) and 8. Kevin Ketterling – 46-9 (14.25m)
Pole Vault | 3. Camden Stoddard – 16-4.75 (5.00m) and 8. Justin Stattner – 15-5 (4.70m)|
Shot Put | 6. Kevin Ketterling – 42-3.50 (12.89m)
5,000m | 4. Keegan McCormick – 15:34.65
Mile | 1. Noah Horsburgh – 4:15.70 and 2. Ty Jordan – 4:22.97
800m | 1. Noah Horsburgh – 1:54.14 and 3. Melika Ghali – 1:54.27
400m | 1. Dusty Fisher – 48.22
200m | 1. Alexandru Terpezan – 21.73, 3. Fernando Martinez – 22.06 and 6. Cameron Wrout – 23.17

WOMEN
Pole Vault
| 4. Allison Jeffries – 12-5.50 (3.80m), 9. Amber Mallet – 10-6 (3.20m), 12. Destiny Begin – 10-0 (3.05m), 13. Alyssa Adams – 10-0 (3.05m) and 14. Ashley Caffrey – 10-0 (3.05m)
Weight Throw | 3. Kendra Noneman – 49-8.50 (15.15m) and 17. Paige Williams – 36-0.75 (10.99m)
Shot Put | 7. Baylee Dodd – 38-7.75 (11.78m) and 14. Paige Inman – 35-11.25 (10.95m) and
Long Jump | 3. Taj Dorsett – 17-10.75 (5.45m)
3,000m | 2. Emily DeMarco – 10:32.94, 4. Maddie Hall – 10:35.33, 6. Emma Hyyppa – 10:40.70 and 12. Anna Hartwick – 11:13.69
800m | 1. Amy Pfaff – 2:12.54 and 5. Morgan Diefendorf – 2:21.15
400m | 1. Sadi Henderson – 54.82

Italics denotes a PR


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