Sequim equestrians win District 4 title

  • Friday, March 21, 2014 4:06pm
  • Sports

The trophy case is getting full and figures to get more crowded in May.

Sequim High School’s equestrian team captured 43 medals and the District 4 team trophy at the district awards ceremony in Adna on April 26.

Sequim sends all 15 team members to the state championship, scheduled for May 15-18 in Wenatchee.

Below are results from the district meet. Gold medals are first-place finishes, silver is second, bronze is third and SQ denotes a state qualifying mark:

Barrels – Jessica Holmberg, gold; Rebecca Dunne, SQ

Breakaway roping – Holmberg, gold; Katie Adolphsen, gold

Driving minis – Cody Chase, gold; Sophia Carter, SQ

Figure eight – Kelsie Wilson, gold; Ady Crosby, silver; Ashley Priddy, bronze

Hunt seat over fences – Adolphsen, gold

In-hand obstacle relay – Chase, Tori Cantelow, Ryan Birdsall, Connor Ackley, Shannon Robbins, gold

In-hand trail minis – Chase, gold; Birdsall, bronze

Individual flags – Crosby, silver; Mishel Arthur, bronze

Keyhole – Cantelow, gold; Crosby, silver

Pole-bending – Priddy, gold; Holmberg, SQ

Reining – Ariana Gallo, SQ

Steer-daubing – Crosby, gold; Adolphsen, silver; Holmberg, SQ

Team Canadian flags – Arthur, Priddy, Crosby, Carter, Dunne, gold; Cantelow, Holmberg, Adolphsen, Wilson, Gallo, silver

Trail – Robbins, SQ

Team sorting – Crosby, Clara Duncan, bronze

Two-man birangle – Arthur, Crosby, bronze; Priddy, Wilson, SQ

Working fours – Cantelow, Dunne, Holmberg, Priddy, Adolphsen, Crosby, silver

Working rancher – Robbins, bronze.

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