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Published: Thursday, April 19, 2012, 9:04 p.m.

Prep girls track: Edmonds-Woodway 78, Kamiak 63

At Goddard Stadium
100 hurdles--Rachel Stone (EW) 17.48; 100--Claire Popke (EW) 13.49; 1,600--Margaret Slack (K) 5:51.50; 400 relay--Edmonds-Woodway (Djenne Dickens, Hannah Thuesen, Fatou Jatta, Popke) 54.02;
400--Heather Pearson (K) 1:04.29; 300 hurdles--Dickens (EW) 50.40; 800--Hailey Kettel (EW) 2:26.50; 200--Popke (EW) 29.68; 3,200--Molly McEachern (K) 12:55.10; 800 relay-- Edmonds-Woodway (Jenny Park, Reimi Pieters, Madison Hansen, Jatta) 1:58.99; 1,600 relay--Kamiak (Slack, Tera Beyerlein, Ngaio Lace, Tiana Roe) 4:27.20; High jump--Gloria Evstatueva (EW) 4-06; Long jump--Rachel Alexander (EW) 15-00.50; Triple jump--Ashley Salatino (K) 29-03; Shot put--Marisa Gonzalez (K) 37-03.75; Discus--Rachel Mulvanny (K) 86-10;
Javelin--Gonzalez (K) 86-07.

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