Helena junior Trey Tintinger won the invitational high jump at the Arcadia Invitational with a clearance of 6 feet, 11 inches Saturday.

Nine athletes from Montana made the trip to Arcadia, California to try to establish good marks and fast times against competitors from around the Western U.S.

In Friday's 3200-meter races, three Montana runners set new personal bests. Bozeman junior Alex Moore placed ninth in the seeded 3200 in 10 minutes, 49.68 seconds. Hellgate senior Ember Stratton was 12th (10:50.12). In the rated 3200, Bozeman sophomore Natalie McCormick was 19th (11:00.33)

Huntley Project senior Bradley Graves competed in both the 300-meter hurdles and 110-meter hurdles on Saturday. He finished sixth in the 110 hurdles (14.82) and 25th in the 300 hurdles (41.08).

Missoula Sentinel's Lauren Heggen placed eighth in the long jump (17-11 3/4) and ninth in the triple jump (38-7).

Missoula Hellgate junior Katie Munro competed in the open mile where she ran 5:16.86 and finished 38th.

Bozeman senior Bridget Boyle was 34th in the open 800-meters where she ran 2:20.67. Her Hawks teammate Terra Trom was 27th in the 3200 invitational in 10:47.92, a new personal best.

Laurel’s Levi Taylor took 22nd in the mile run with a time of 4:25.18. Taylor also finished 18th in the 3,200 with 9:20.54.

Hellgate’s Elise Stearns took 14th in the seeded one mile with a time of 5:24.56.

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