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5/20 Track & Field  2A Boys State Track and Field Awards Team of the Year: Quarterfinal Matchup (McCall-Donnelly Boys Track and Field vs. Coeur d'Alene Boys Cross Country)
Which team will advance in our Team of the Year competition?
Published: 6/9/2024 5:39:30 PM






1st Round

Defeated Boise Boys Swimming (76% to 24%)


Head Coach

Freddy Hernandez, 1st Season


Key Athletes

Caleb Beaman, 12, Relays

Matthew Daniels, 12, Sprints

George Speirs, 12, Distance

Van Vinson, 12, Relays/Pole Vault

Ben Walker, 11, Sprints/Hurdles


McCall-Donnelly captured its first boys track and field championship in school history by blowing away the rest of the field at the State 3A Meet in Middleton.  The Vandals piled up 98 total points, nearly 40 points better than second place Kimberly’s total of 59.

The Vandals’ day was highlighted by Van Vinson’s first place finish in the pole vault.  His mark of 15 feet, 3 inches established a new Class 3A record, and Vinson also contributed to McCall-Donnelly’s 1st place Sprint Medley Relay team, along with Caleb Beaman, George Speirs and Matthew Daniels. 

Daniels added a 1st place finish in the 400 Meter Dash, while Speirs got progressively better in the distance races, taking 3rd in the 800 Meter Run, 2nd in the 1600 Meter Run, and 1st in the 3200 Meter Run.




1st Round

Defeated Wood River Boys Soccer (68% to 32%)


Head Coach

Cathy Compton, 24th Season


Key Athletes

Max Cervi-Skinner, 11

Zack Cervi-Skinner, 11

Jacob King, 12

Lachlan May, 12

Mitchell Rietze, 10


Coeur d’Alene enjoyed a season for the ages, winning its first cross country championship since 2011.  But that was just the tip of the iceberg for one of the most dominant teams in Idaho history. 

There was the undefeated regular season, which included wins at prestigious meets like the Mountain West Classic in Missoula, Montana and the Nike Hole in the Wall Invitational in Arlington, Washington.

There was the perfect score of 15 points at the district competition, where the Vikings swept the top seven spots, led by Kyle Rohlinger’s 1st place finish.

And there was the toppling of powerful Rocky Mountain at the state meet in Pocatello.  Coeur d’Alene finished with 45 points in the win, and had their top seven runners all finish 24th or higher.

After vanquishing every Idaho foe in sight, the Vikings headed to Eagle Island State Park in Boise for the Nike Northwest Regional competition.  Led by Max Cervi-Skinner (10th overall) and Jacob King (11th), the Vikings became the first boys team in Idaho history to win regionals with a score of

Even at the Nike Cross National competition in Portland, Oregon, Coeur d’Alene represented Idaho well, finishing 11th overall.  Max Cervi-Skinner finished 63rd overall, while King was next at 77th.


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