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Rodeo workday coming


Andy McFall recently placed 7th at the high school Sub-District golf tournament and will participate in the District tournament at Pasco on Monday, May 13. He has a very full schedule as he competes in both golf and track and field this spring. Congratulations, Andy, on progressing to post season play.

Glenwood High School hosted two track meets at Tom Eldred Field last week. The Mt. Adams Invitational was held on Wednesday, May 8 and The Greater Columbia Gorge 1B League Championship meet took place on Friday, May 10. Our track team may be one of the smallest in the league, but we have awesome athletes. This column would be too lengthy to include all the results, so we’ll only include the results of the League Championship meet last Friday.

Brooklyn Emerson received first places in the 100m, 200, pole vault, and long jump, achieving new personal records in both the 200m and pole vault. Way to go, Brooklyn. Nahaleigh Schuster placed 2nd in the 100m hurdles, 6th in the javelin, and 1st in the high jump. Kinley Troh, participating in her last high school meet on Eldred Field, placed 4th in the shot put, 3rd in the discus, and 5th in the javelin. Emma Odom placed 7th in the shot put and discus.

On the boys’ side, Kevan Bren placed 2nd in the 100m and 1st in the 200m. Duly Morris placed 10th in the 100m and 8th in the pole vault. Derek Gimlin placed 12th in the shot put and 1st in the javelin. Preston Bartek placed 6th in the shot put and 8th in the javelin. Andy McFall placed 7th in the shot put, 4th in the discus, with a new personal record, and 5th in the javelin, also setting a new personal record.

Next up for the Glenwood Eagles track team is the Regional meet in Moses Lake on May 16, followed by the State meet at Eastern Washington University in Cheney on May 24 and 25. We wish them all great success. Go, Eagles.

There will be a Glenwood Rodeo workday on Sunday, May 19. There is still much work to be done in preparation for the upcoming Ketchum Kalf rodeo on Fathers’ Day weekend in June. All help is welcome. Burgers and hotdogs will be provided for the workday lunch. Please bring a salad or dessert to share.

Would you, or do you know of anyone who would like to be the next Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen? Columbia Gorge area girls 14-19 years of age as of Jan. 1, 2019 are welcome to try out. Tryouts will be held at the Glenwood rodeo grounds on June 15 and 16. Please contact the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo queen coordinator Roxie Clemmer by June 5 at (509) 364-3539 or email to

On Saturday, May 11, the Backwoods 4-H club hosted their fourth annual equine trail ride fundraiser at the Glenwood rodeo grounds. A very large turnout of riders enjoyed a beautiful day of trail riding through the woods. Many nice prizes were awarded at the end of the day.

This is a good opportunity to remind the public that the Glenwood Rodeo Association is a non-profit group and the rodeo grounds and hall are a great location for large gatherings. If you would like to rent the grounds, hall, or both for your event, please contact Chris Miller at (509) 364-3427.

Glenwood school is hosting a blood drive on May 21 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Contact Aaron Oldenburg at the school for more information.


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