State Tournament information
State Track info
Above is the bracket for the State Softball Tournament which starts Friday, May 21 at Caldwell. All times are Mountain Time.
This is the bracket for the State Baseball Tournament which starts Friday, May 21 at Orofino. All times are Pacific Time. tickets are available at the gate.
Prairie has several athletes that qualified for the State Track Meet (see story on page 4) which will be held at Middleton High School on Friday and Saturday, May 21-22.
The first Prairie athletes to see action will be the 3 boys discus qualifiers. Matt Coppernoll, T.J. Hibbard and Shane Hanson will start competing at about 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 21. Jesse Cronan in the long jump will also compete at this time.
The next athlete to see action will be Ellea Uhlenkott in the 100 meter hurdle prelims which are set to start at 3:30 p.m. The 1A girls will be the second set of heats.
Next on the track would be Kristin Wemhoff in the 400 meter dash prelims which start after the boys 110 meter hurdles prelims and the 100 meter dash prelims.
After a break Uhlenkott will be back on the track in the 300 meter hurdle prelims.
Wemhoff will then compete in the 200 meter dash prelims.
The top 8 finishers in the prelims will advance to finals on Saturday.
On Saturday, Coppernoll will compete in the shot put which starts at 9 a.m.
The lineup for the Parade of Athletes will be at 11:15 followed by the Parade at 11:30.
At 12:30 p.m. the running finals start with the girls 100 meter hurdles.
After the boys 110 meter hurdles are completed the 4x200 relays will be held with the 1A girls as the third race and the 1A boys the fourth.
After the 100 meter dash and 800 meter run finals the 4x100 meter relay finals will be held. Again the 1A girls race is the third race to be run followed by the 1A boys.
After the 4x100 relays will be the 400 meter dash finals.
There will be a 20 minute break then the 300 meter hurdles finals will be held followed by the 200 meter dash finals. That would be the last possible event for a Prairie athlete.