Prep track: 1A Tri-District Championships

SHORELINE — King’s Reid Jones and Julia Teitzel swept the boys and girls high jump, respectively, as the Knights won both boys and girls team competitions at the 1A Tri-District Championships on Saturday. Jones leaped 6 feet, 2 inches and Teitzel’s best jump was 5-3.

Other local winners included the King’s 1,600-meter relay team of Ryan Mills, Hunter Bryson, Andrew Ayers and Alex Brouwer and South Whidbey’s Angelina Berger in the discus (119-11).

At King’s H.S.

Boys

Local team scores: 1. King’s 112, 14. South Whidbey 14, 20. Coupeville 2.

Local state qualifiers

110 hurdles—2. Reid Jones (K) 15.98; 100—2. Alex Brouwer (K) 11.53; 400 relay—3. King’s (Ryan Mills, Daniel Fouty, Caleb Taylor, Brouwer) 44.73; 400—5. Hunter Bryson (K) 52.45; 300 hurdles—6. Jones (K) 42.86; 800—2. Andrew Ayers (K) 1:57.98; 200—3. Brouwer (K) 22.81; 1,600 relay—1. King’s (Mills, Bryson, Ayers, Brouwer) 3:28.19; High jump—1. Jones (K) 6-2; Long jump—5. Jones (K) 20-0.50; Shot put—4. Mason Friedline (K) 49-5.50; Pole vault—4. Caleb Taylor (K) 13-0.

Girls

Local team scores: 1. King’s 97, 4. South Whidbey 51, 12. Coupeville 26.

Local state qualifiers

100 hurdles—2. Madison Tisa-McPhee (C) 16.13; 100—4. Ashley Driscoll (K) 13.17; 1,600—3. Kacey Kemper (K); 400 relay—4. Coupeville (Jai’Lysa Hoskins, Marisa Etzell, Sylvia Hurlburt, Makana Stone) 51.31; 300 hurdles—4. Tisa-McPhee (C) 48.01; 800—4. Kemper (K) 2:20.78; 200—5. Anna Parker (K) 26.69; 800 relay—2. King’s (Michaela Hendrix, Driscoll, Mikayla Bryant, Parker) 1:47.26; 1,600 relay—2. King’s (Kemper, Parker, Whitney Naber, Grace Diede) 4:07.51; High jump—1. Julia Teitzel (K) 5-3; Triple jump—3. Hendrix (K) 33-4.50; Discus—1. Angelina Berger (SW) 119-11.

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