Sullivan leads Bulldogs on Day 2 in Kalispell

Sullivan leads Bulldogs on Day 2 in Kalispell
Butte High's Quinn Sullivan runs to first place in the 110-meter hurdles April 13 at Memorial Stadium in Great Falls. (Butte Sports file photo)

KALISPELL — Butte High junior Quinn Sullivan found the podium for All-State three times Saturday on the second day of the Class AA State track meet. (Results)

Sullivan ran a leg of Butte High’s second-place 1,600-meter relay team along with classmates Tucker Winston and Tommy Mellott and senior Jake Vetter.

The Bulldogs finished the mile in 3 minutes, 25.43 seconds. Billings West won with a time of 3:22.91.

Sullivan also posted a pair of personal records in the hurdles. He placed third in the 110-meter hurdles in 15.28 seconds. He took fourth in the 300-meter hurdles in 40.51.

All-State honors go to the top six places in each event.

Mellott placed eight in the 200 and ninth in the 100 Saturday, and sophomore Tanner Huff placed 12th in the javelin.

The Bulldog boys also took ninth in the 400-meter relay. Josh Neil, Zach Merrifield, Mellott and Sullivan each ran a leg.

The Bulldogs placed seventh in team standings with 30 points. Missoula Sentinel won with 109. West was second at 86, followed by Kalispell Flathead at 70.

Bozeman won the girls’ title with 112 points. West was second at 86, and Sentinel placed third with 71. Butte High tied with Missoula Big Sky for 10th place with 14 points.

Sophomore Anna Trudnowski, who took second in the high jump on Friday, placed fifth in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 46.49. She also jumped to 18th in the triple jump.

Senior Ally Cleverly took 14th in the 100, and sophomore Hailey Nelson took 19th in the 3,200.

The Bulldogs took 10th in the 400 relay and 11th in the 1,600 relay.

Senior Gabbie Parini, freshman Mollee Conlan and sophomore Braleigh Garrett ran a leg along with Cleverly in the short relay. Parini, Cleverly, Nielson and Trudnowski ran the long relay.

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