Prep track: 2A Sub-District Championships

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Lakewood 155, Cedarcrest 136.5, Lake Washington 108, Archbishop Murphy 69, Granite Falls 64.5, Sultan 63, Sammamish 58.

110 hurdles—Andrew Stich (LW) 15.57; 100—Justin Tundrea (Sam.) 11.09; 1,600—Devon Grove (LWa) 4:21.16; 400 relay—Lake Washington (Blake Owen, Jeffrey Lin, Sean Whaley, Kenyon Butler) 44.57; 400—Luke Driscoll (C) 50.15; 300 hurdles—Stich (LW) 41.14; 800—Kenyon Butler (LWa) 1:56.61; 200—Driscoll (C) 22.33; 3,200—Grove (LWa) 9:27.32; 1,600 relay—Cedarcrest (Josh Zimmerman, Quinn Radbourne, Alex Zuvich, Driscoll) 3:30.73; High jump—Aaron Flegel (GF) 6-0; Long jump—Steven Doubek (S) 21-3.50; Triple jump—Doubek (S) 41-8.75; Shot put—David Otte (LW) 46-4.25; Discus—Tristan Nelson (LW) 134-10; Javelin—Hans VanderWel (AM) 169-8; Pole vault—Anden Lewis (LWa) 13-6.

Girls

Team scores: Lake Washington 171.5, Lakewood 121, Archbishop Murphy 110, Sultan 108.5, Sammamish 84, Cedarcrest 77, Granite Falls 7.

100 hurdles—Sara Wilson (LWa) 15.54; 100—Lis Larsen (AM) 13.07; 1,600—Pascale De Sa E Silva (Sam.) 5:19.10; 400 relay—Archbishop Murphy (Kianna Garmanian, Lis Larsen, Katie Kelleher, Melissa Rivera) 52.28; 400—Allison Wells (LWa) 1:03.18; 300 hurdles—Wilson (LWa) 47.78; 800—Kristi Bartz (AM) 2:22.74; 200—Marissa Therriault (Sam.) 27.11; 3,200— De Sa E Silva (Sam.) 11:32.20; 800 relay—Sammamish (Taegan Whiteley, Rachel Rock, Ale Flores, Marissa Therriault) 1:50.81; 1,600 relay—Lake Washington (Shelby Bergen, Jillian Nordness, Allison Wells, Megan McLaughlin) 4:13.07; High jump—Bartz (AM) 5-0; Long jump—Lauren Curlanis (LWa) 16-6.50; Triple jump—Curlanis (LWa) 35-1.75; Shot put—Jordyn Kirchgessner (Archbishop Murphy) 33-3; Discus—Makayla McNaughton (S) 108-6; Javelin—Skylar Cannon (LW) 121-0; Pole vault—Bailey Parish (C) 10-6.

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