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“Yes, it feels good,” said the senior. “And it’s bittersweet now that it’s over.”
Zimmer won on her third attempt. She was in third place after the first two rounds.
“I had to get going,” she said. “I had to focus and get it done.
“I wanted to end with rewards. I accomplished my goals.”
Zimmer will go after the discus title on Saturday.
The Hamilton boys, who had Colter Kirkland and Lane Cole go 1-2 in the 800 meters, lead the team standings with 45 points. Billings Central is second with 32 points while Frenchtown has 21.
Cole also won the 3,200 for the Broncs.
Laurel used a 1-3-4 finish in the girls 800 to lead the girls race with 54 points. Whitefish has 24.5 and Glendive 23.
Mikenna Ells of Whitefish won her second straight 400 title, going 57.96 seconds.
Other girls state champions were: Carly Lock, Laurel, 800, 2:19.28; Lara Erickson, Columbia Falls, 3,200, 11:28.30; Rileigh McGree, Butte Central, long jump, 17-8.25; Lindsay Brooks, Ronan, high jump 5-2; Madison Wahl, Glendive, pole vault, 10-6; Ella Moodry, Butte Central, javelin, 125-10.
Boys state champions were: Jay Beagle, Libby, 400, 49.38; Jakob Webinger, Laurel, long jump, 20-9.25; Derek Damjanovich, Billings Central, high jump, 6-2; Carter Bartz, Livingston, pole vault, 13-6; Talon Holmquist Whitefish, shot put 52-3.5.
Only 3.5 inches separated the top six finishers in the boys’ long jump.