Prep track: Arlington Meet

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Boys

Team scores: Arlington 120, Mount Vernon 24.

110 hurdles—Jared Alskog (A) 15.57; 100—Anthony Dill (A) 11.64; 1,600—Jameson Wren (A) 4:48.50; 400 relay—Arlington (Albert Abes, Max Gray, Anthony Parra, Anthony Dill) 45.08; 400—Jon Rabourn (A) 55.34; 300 hurdles—Alskog 39.56; 800—Kaleb Bryson (A) 2:06.51; 200—Max Gray (A) 23.17; 3,200—Michael Giles (MV) 10:44.14; 1,600 relay—Arlington (Tyler Wells, Rabourn, Wren, Bryson) 3:48.25; High jump—Trent Sarver (A) 5-6; Long jump—Alskog 19-0.5; Triple jump—Noah Andal (A) 38-0; Shot put—Dan Boyden (A) 53-7.25; Discus—Boyden 177-9; Javelin—AJ Passalacqua (A) 157-4; Pole vault—Dominick Tompkins (MV) 12-0.

Girls

Team scores: Arlington 110, Mount Vernon 36.

100 hurdles—Nyla Lee (MV) 19.39; 100—Diamond Martin (A) 12.85; 1,600—Emma Janousek (A) 5:28.42; 400 relay—Arlington (Darby Winterer, Shanelle Shirey, Janousek, CJ Taylor) 52.33; 400—Winterer 1:04.35; 300 hurdles—Sheltyn Rose (A) 51.93; 800—Janousek 2:30.96; 200—Martin 26.76; 3,200—Gracie Casteneda (A) 12:15.76; 800 relay—Arlington (McKenzie Corpron, Rose, Danielle Baker, Martin) 1:51.73; 1,600 relay—Arlington (Winterer, Shirey, Janousek, Taylor) 4:23.32; High jump—Mckenna Landry (A) 4-4; Long jump—Shay Siplin (A) 13-7; Triple jump—Anjella Alejo (MV) 31-0.5; Shot put—Lyndsay Leatherman (A) 38-9.25; Discus—Marissa Swegle (A) 116-10; Javelin—Leatherman 129-9; Pole vault—Cynthia Mensch-Lopez (MV) 7-0.

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