Prep girls track: Lake Washington Invitational

At Lake Washington H.S.

Team scores: 1. Kamiakin 113, 12. Glacier Peak 22, 15. Mountlake Terrace 18, 19. Shorecrest 11, 23. Kamiak 9, 29. Lynnwood 7, 33. South Whidbey 5, 33. Mariner 5, 39. Edmonds-Woodway 4, 47. Shorewood 1, Coupeville, Archbishop Murphy.

Top local finishers only

1,500—2. Amy-Eloise Neale (GP) 4:26.52; 400 relay—16. Glacier Peak (Sydney Mendenhall, Baylee Barnes, Jessica Miller, Maddi Kuligoski) 51.70; 400—26. Makana Stone (C) 1:02.11; 300 hurdles—13. Madison Tisa-McPhee (C) 48.24; 800—5. Mikayla Pivec (L) 2:16.58; 200—5. Djenne Dickens (EW) 26.15; 3,000—1. Neale 10:02.17; 800 relay—20. Lynnwood (Hannah Lemm, Grace Douglas, Melody Berezyuk, Isabell Guajardo) 1:52.22; 1,600 relay—6. Glacier Peak (Kuligoski, Miller, Barnes, Mendenhall) 4:08.68; 3,200 relay—3. Kamiak (Myesa Legendre-Fixx, Molly McEachern, Heather Pearson, Anne Ferguson) 10:03.31; High jump—11. Kristi Bartz (AM) 4-10; Triple jump—1. Chinne Okoronkwo (MT) 39-6.75; Shot put—8. Danielle Openiano (Mar) 35-0; Discus—5. Openiano 116-5; Javelin—2. Aiko Mizumori-Canfield (Shc) 124-11; Pole vault—2. Okoronkwo 11-3.

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