Prep track: Arlington meet

At Arlington H.S.

Boys

Team scores — Oak Harbor def. Marysville Getchell 100-36; Arlington def. Oak Harbor 88-53; Arlington def. Marysville Getchell 118-29.

110 hurdles—Jared Gray (OH) 15.78; 100—Anthony Dill (A) 11.16; 1,600—Pieter Andrews (A) 4:33.06; 400 relay—Oak Harbor (Gray, Daniel Guerrero, Andrew Miller, Jordan Washington) 46.0; 400—Mac Nuanez (OH) 52.97; 300 hurdles—Cordell Cummings (A) 40.39; 800—Nathan Beamer (A) 1:56.47; 200—Joshua James (MG) 22.86; 3,200—Noah Loftis (A) 10:18.24; 1,600 relay—Arlington (Andrew Roundy, Tallen Williams, Cummings, Beamer) 3:36.04; High jump—Kyle Nickols (OH) 5-10; Long jump—Ryley Nelson (A) 20-10.5; Triple jump—Ozelle Jackson (OH) 39-8.5; Shot put—Joseph Noland (OH) 45-1.25; Discus—Gabriel Green (A) 133-0; Javelin—Green (A) 160-10; Pole vault—Wyatt Hawthorne (A) 13-0.

Girls

Team scores — Oak Harbor def. Marysville Getchell 103-47; Arlington def. Oak Harbor 86.5-63.5; Arlington def. Marysville Getchell 120-29.

100 hurdles—Kaitlyn Chelberg (OH) 16.34; 100—Juliette Williams (A) 12.66; 1,600—Emma Janousek (A) 5:37.83; 400 relay—Oak Harbor (Jenna Cooley, Matti Miesle, Janae Payne, Amaya Rittierodt) 51.31; 400—Kelsey Mutton (A) 1:03.18; 300 hurdles—Chelberg (OH) 49.64; 800—Marie Gaudin (A) 2:22.15; 200—Kiarra Green (MG) 26.29; 3,200—Alexis Smith (OH) 12:43.83; 800 relay—Oak Harbor (Alana Austin, Miesle, Payne, Rittierodt) 1:47.04; 1,600 relay—Arlington (Janousek, Mary Andrews, Mutton, Katherine Taylor) 4:31.88; High jump—Claire Anderson (OH) 4-8; Long jump—Cooley (OH) 15-1.75; Triple jump—Anderson (OH) 31-1; Shot put—Jayla Russ (A) 39-10.5; Discus—Russ (A) 104-1; Javelin—Russ (A) 105-9; Pole vault—Chloe Bishop (MG) 8-0.

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