Top Interior athletes strike gold in Palmer for Track and Field Championships

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 2019 ASAA Track and Field championships concluded over the weekend, as numerous Interior athletes took to the podiums after dominant performances.
We start with the Division I events, as West Valley hauled in some gold to bring back to the Interior.​
Kendall Kramer took the 1600 gold by a second, and secured the 3200 by a large margin.​
Camron Herron won the 800 and also broke the school record, while Terrell Johnson won three events in Palmer.​
He won the 300 meter hurdles, the high jump and the long jump.​
The red and gold boys also won the 4x200 and 4x400 relays.​
They also got the silver in the 4x100, while Ellis Alston got second in the triple jump.​
And they got the bronze in the 800 with Naomi Bailey, and Merrick Stacy got third in the shot put.​
The Lathrop Malemutes grabbed silvers in the 110 meter hurdles through Kevin Johnson and the discus with Jace Henry.​
Maya Pelayo took home the bronze for the purple and gold in the women's discus.​
And looking at the North Pole Patriots, Olivia Berg grabbed the silver in the triple jump, and the bronze in the long jump.​
Now looking at the Division II championships, Hailey Williams of the Delta Junction Huskies took off in the Matsu Valley.
Williams struck gold in the 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes as the junior dominated the field.​
The Monroe Catholic Rams grabbed third in many events, starting with Landon Nicholson in the 800.​
Katie Bast also did it in the girls' 800 and in the 3200.​
Garren Nicholson took home the bronze in the 110 meter hurdles, while the relay teams grabbed the boys' 4x200 and the girls' 4x800.​
The Hutchison Hawks girls' program won the 4x400 relay.​
The Eielson Ravens got the silver in the boys' 4x200, while Christian Bolton got the bronze in the high jump.​