Coach Brian McGee
“What a night. The Blazer boys showed true grit and would not be denied back-to-back regional team titles winning the meet by 22 points,” according to Brian McGee, coach.
At the end of the meet, 15 Blazer boys would become state-qualifying athletes including:

Dayton Williams, high jump, 6’4″
Trenton Cochran, 3200m, 9:46.22
Liam Sutton, pole vault, 13’6″

Silver Medalists
Colton Goodman, pole vault, 13’0″
Sae Alcorn, 200m, 22.39
Teven McKelvey, triple jump, 44’4 1/2″
4x100m relay:  Jakob Renaud, Matt Beyer, Tae Alcorn, Sae Alcorn 42.60
4x400m relay:  Parker Tenove, Tae Alcorn, Lance Hunter, Matt Beyer 3:20.20
• Both relays are school records

Bronze Medalists
Koby Money, javelin, 155’2″
Parker Tenove, 400m, 50.26
Tyler Chaffee, shot put, 46’8″
Trent Bilhimer, pole vault, 12’6″

Other State Qualifiers
Jakob Renaud, 100m, 11.22, 4th place
Rodolfo Berrum, alternate 4x400m relay

By the numbers the boys and girls did work:
• 32 Blazers are state qualifiers
• 43 Regional medals earned
• 5 individual Regional champions
• 1 relay champion
• 3 school records shattered
• 5 out of 6 relays are state-bound
“The athletes, boys and girls, were sensational and our coaching staff could not be prouder of them,” McGee said.

Final Boys Team Standings
1. Gardner Edgerton 105
2. BV West 83
3. OEast 77
4. OSouth 76