State 110-meter hurdles champion Adrian Thomas of Pullman was named League MVP as the Great Northern League released its all-league track and field selections on Monday.

Area all-leaguers by event are listed below.


MVP — Adrian Thomas, Pullman.

1600 — Eliason Kabasenche, Pullman.

3200 — Eliason Kabasenche, Pullman.

110 hurdles — Tyrus Thomas, Pullman; Cody Teevens, Pullman.

300 hurdles — Cody Teevens, Pullman; Tyrus Thomas, Pullman.

High jump — Brennan Tracy, Pullman.

Pole vault — Wesley McKee, Pullman; Levi Lathrop, Clarkston.

Long jump — Dylan Hodge, Pullman.


100 — Chiara Allen-Feathermen, Pullman.

800 — Megan Varnum, Pullman; Nicole Jones, Pullman.

1600 — Ryan Hiatt, Pullman.

3200 — Kylie Franklin, Pullman.

100 hurdles — Peyton Teevens, Pullman; Karalyn Volant, Pullman.

300 hurdles — Peyton Teevens, Pullman.

Shot put — Eva Miller, Clarkston.

Discus — Erika Pickett, Clarkston.

Javelin — Marielena Ronquillo, Clarkston.

High jump — Peyton Teevens, Pullman.

Pole vault — Jenna Herzog, Pullman.

Long jump — Asha Campbell, Pullman; Sarah Campbell, Pullman.

Triple jump — Asha Campbell, Pullman; Taylor Bogle, Clarkston.


L-C adds three transfers

Head men’s basketball coach Austin Johnson announced the signing of three transfer student-athletes for the 2019-20 season on Monday.

Khalil Stevenson, Hodges Bailey and Dedrick Pakootas will all join the Warriors for the upcoming season.

Stevenson, a 6-foot-2 guard from Whittier, Calif., comes to L-C from Fullerton College, where he averaged 10.2 points per game, 4.0 rebounds per game and shot 48 percent from the floor.

Bailey transfers in from The Master’s University and will have two years of eligibility remaining. During his two season at The Master’s, the 6-foot-2 guard from Centralia, Wash. averaged 7.1 points per game and 1.7 rebounds per game. He shot 37 percent from 3-point range with 56 makes overall.

Pakootas, a 6-foot guard from Spokane, helped Spokane Community College to a 44-19 record during his two seasons as a Sasquatch. He averaged 14.7 points per game and made an outstanding 163 3-pointers while shooting 40.2 percent from beyond the arc.


Testa joins Warriors

The Lewis-Clark State track and field team added another speed boost to the 2020 squad in Chelsie Testa.

Testa comes to LC from Council High School and specializes in short sprints and the long jump. She has personal best of 13.34 in the 100-meter dash, 27.84 in the 200 dash and 16 feet, 1.5 inches in the long jump. She qualified for the Idaho state meet all four years of high school, finishing runner-up in the long jump as a junior and fourth as a senior.

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