Sequim riders take home 6 state medals

Fighting 100 degree-plus weather during the meet,

Sequim High School Equestrian Team riders came back from Wenatchee with six event medals after solid showings at the state meet May 15-18.

Katie Adolphsen earned a gold medal in Steer Daubing while Ady Crosby took home silver medals in Keyhole and Figure Eight.

Crosby added a silver medal with teammate Clara Duncan in Team Sorting while Cody Chase earned silver in In-Hand Trail.

Overall, Sequim riders earned 18 top-10 finishes in 18 events.

“We didn’t do as well as I had hoped; the weather was a factor,” coach Terri Winters said, noting the 102-degree Wenatchee heat on Sunday’s rides. “That really was hard on the kids.”

Crosby received the Washington High School Equestrian Teams scholarship for 2008, a $500 award.

State meet results for Sequim riders are listed below:

Barrels — 12. Jessica Holmberg, 16. Rebecca Dunne

Breakaway Roping — 5. Katie Adolphsen

Driving-Minis — 8. Cody Chase, 10. Sophia Carter

Figure Eight — 2. Ady Crosby, 16. Ashley Priddy, 17. Kelsie Wilson

Hunt Seat Over Fences —

4. Adolphsen

In-Hand Obstacle Relay —

5. Tori Cantelow/Chase/Ryan Birdsall/Shannon Robbins

In-Hand Trail-minis —

2. Chase, 10. Birdsall

Individual Flags — 10. Crosby, 13. Mishel Arthur

Keyhole — 2. Crosby

Pole-Bending — 15. Priddy,

22. Holmberg

Reining — 6. Arianna Gallo

Steer Daubing — 1. Adolphsen, 9. Crosby, 18. Holmberg

Team Canadian Flags — 7.

Sequim A (Arthur/Dunne/Priddy/Crosby), 9. Sequim B (Cantelow/Holmberg/Adolphsen/Wilson)

Trail — 16. Shannon Robbins

Team Sorting — 2. Crosby/Duncan

Two-man Birangle — 10. Arthur/Crosby, 11. Priddy/Wilson

Working Fours — 6. Cantelow/Dunne/Holmberg/Adolphsen/Priddy (alternate)

Working Rancher — 15. Robbins
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