Nate Stadtlander Voted Performer of the Week for Idaho

With 44% of the Fan Vote the week one Performer of the Week Powered by @fanpowersports on the boys side is Meridian High Schools Nate Stadtlander.

The Sophomore Distance runner competed in the 1600 Meter, 800 meter and anchored the 4x400 relay. Stadtlander had an impressive indoor season and it seems he is carried that momentum with him for the outdoor season with a time of 2:02.16 in the 800 meter he settles into the top three spot in the state for this race. In the 1600 meter Nate ran a time of 4:32.14 putting him forth best in Idaho. His Meridian Relay team ran a opening time of 3:41.69 with Stadtlander as the anchor he helped run a top three state time for the relay event.

With these early season mark look for Stadlander to continue have a successful Sophomore season.Congratulations to Nate and thank you all who voted in our Fan Vote make sure to follow and send in your week 2 performers of the week for a chance to be featured.


VOTE : Idaho Boys Track & Field Performer for Week 1

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Cooper Smith From Boise High School took 1st in the 100 meter and 200 meter dash he is currently ranked number one in the state for the 100 meter and number three in the 200 meter.

Kolton Osborn From Centennial High School won his 100 meter race and came in 2nd in the 200 meter currently he is ranked number two in both the 100 and 200 meter.

Jacob Webster from Centennial High School won the 200 meter , and Long Jump he is the current state leader in both of those events.

Mckoy Richardson from Melba high School won all four of the events he entered winning the 110/300 hurdles , 400 meters and the High Jump he is the state leader in all four events for all classifications.

Victor Byaundaombe from Capital High School won the long jump and triple jump he is the state leader in the triple jump and 2nd in the long jump.

Nate Stadtlander from Meridian High School won the 1600 finished 2nd in the 800 and anchored his 4x400 team to a 2nd place finish. He is currently top 4 in the state in all three events he competed in this week.