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Shot putters raise competition level at Wyoming Track and Field Classic
Defending champ Garrett Lynch of Powell was the man to beat, but he had been limited to "just a few throws" during the week because of illness. With Lynch at less than 100 percent, that opened the door for a number of large school competitors as well as a dark horse from a 2A school.
Friday, the 5 foot 7 junior from Niobrara County in Lusk, was leading the competition with a throw of 53 5.75 until Lynch surpassed him on the final throw.
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"I just try to throw big and get noticed."
But Lynch came into the WTC not knowing what to expect after battling "a nasty cold" all week.
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HE SAID IT: "Garrett always does a really nice job of stepping up and meeting a challenge. And he usually wins." Powell throwing coach Nevin Jacobs.
"It helped knowing what I had to hit," Lynch said.
Lynch has made a habit of winning. He is also the defending state champ in the discus an event he also won Friday and was a key member of the Panthers' three time state champion football team, earning all state and Super 25 honors this past season.
only gives him added confidence for the rest of this season as well as next year.
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The senior was in a similar position at the Simplot Games, and produced a similar result, winning the event on his next to last attempt.
"This was really the first time I'd thrown all week, so I was just trying to get back in the groove," Lynch said.
Lynch is the two time defending Class 3A state champ. In addition, Lynch won the Simplot Games, one of the nation's premier indoor track and field events, in mid February with a throw of 58 feet, 11 inches. He added another title in March at the state indoor championships, breaking the state record with a mark of 59 6.5.
In an event filled with behemoths, Martin Fitzwater is easy to overlook. That is, until he competes.
Friday's Wyoming Track and Field Classic at Kelly Walsh's Harry Geldien Stadium brought the best athletes in the state, regardless of classification, together to compete on one stage.
"Right now I'm not even close to being where I want to be in the shot," he said. "I know I've got 60 feet in me. That's been my goal since freshman year.
Lynch admits to wanting to win a third consecutive state title in the shot put, and he wants to do so convincingly.
It took awhile, but Lynch finally got there, unleashing the winning throw of 55 2 on his final attempt.
That should change. The defending 2A state shot put champ now knows he can compete with the best in the state, Nike Sportswear Shorts
"He didn't have a lot of energy in the ring [Friday], but he showed what kind of a competitor he is by winning it on his last throw," Jacobs said. "Garrett always does a really nice job of stepping up and meeting a challenge. And he usually wins."
"My first goal is to break the school record," Fitzwater said. "Then my long term goal is to get the state record. After that, I can hopefully get some scholarship offers."
"For a little guy, it is kind of intimidating to be with all these 6 3, 220 pound guys," Fitzwater said, "but I try to make up for it by being bold. I make up for my [lack of] height with my bulk and my speed across the ring.
LATE WINNER: Lynch defended his WTC title by throwing 55 feet, 2 inches on his final attempt to beat Fitzwater, who threw a personal best 53 5.75. Stringer also set a personal record in the event.
ON THE HORIZON: Wyoming State High School Track and Field Championships, May 22 24, Casper.
TAKE A SHOT: Garrett Lynch (Powell), Martin Fitzwater (Lusk) and Riley Stringer (Powell) finished first, second and third, respectively, at the Wyoming Track and Field Classic on Friday.
The muscular Fitzwater definitely caught the attention of his competitors Friday. Because he competes in Class 2A, it's understandable that Fitzwater might not get the same attention as those kids from the larger schools.
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Powell throwing coach Nevin Jacobs wasn't surprised that Lynch, even though he was under the weather, won the competition Friday.
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