Prep track: Bellevue Track & Field Open Meet

At Bellevue H.S.

Top local finisher only

Boys

Team scores: 1. Bellevue 116, 2. Jackson 92.5, 3. Eastlake 79.83, 9. Kamiak 22, 10. Lynnwood 20.2, 12. Mariner 18, 22. Stanwood 10.33, 26. Archbishop Murphy 8.

110 hurdles—2. Jose Irizarry (M) 15.37; 100—10. Jacob Kraus (K) 11.35; 1,600—3. Tristan Taylor (J) 4:19.47; 400 relay—5. Kamiak (Sam Cha, Kraus, Tom Batie, Moreton) 44.52; 400—3. Chris Moreton (K) 50.17; 300 hurdles—John-Robert Woolley (J) 39.68; 800—4. Tyler McArthur (L) 1:57.94; 200—5. Cordell Johnson (J) 22.52; 3,200—1. Aaron Roe (J) 9:08.06; 800 relay—3. Jackson (Gavin Basuel, Andrew Ang, Johnson, Wesley Love) 1:34.18; 1,600 relay—Jackson (Johnson, Woolley, Nick White, Love) 3:23.15; SMR 600-200-400-800—2. Lynnwood (Richard Truong, Melquisedec Lombera, Spencer Stewart, Gage Benner) 4:54.83; High jump—6. McArthur 5-10; Long jump—5. Basuel 20-5.75; Triple jump—14. Kelton Green (J) 38-1.5; Shot put—6. Owen Reinecke (S) 44-10.5; Discus—2. Tim Beard (K) 150-7; Javelin—1. Josh Robison (J) 168-3; Pole vault—2. Henry Garman (S) 14-0.

Girls

Team scores: 1. Jackson 82.5, 2. Eastlake 81, 3. Bellevue 46.5, 9. Stanwood 34.5, 19. Archbishop Murphy 13, 20. Kamiak 12.5, 21. Lynnwood 10, 24. Mariner 7.

100 hurdles—2. Anna Pischer (J) 15.89; 100—10. Mackenzie Hanson (J) 12.84; 1,600—4. Jessica Rawlins (J) 5:11.74; 400 relay—3. Jackson (Chioma Acholonu, Hanson, Michal Jones, Mackenzie Monten) 50.48; 400—5. Ali Anderson (S) 59.77; 300 hurdles—2. Pischer 46.01; 800—2. Kristi Bartz (AM) 2:19.55; 200—10. Anderson 27.11; 3,200—2. Brooke Kingma (J) 11:11.01; 800 relay—3. Jackson (Acholonu, Monten, Hanson, Jones) 1:47.89; 1,600 relay—1. Jackson (Acholonu, Pischer, Macy Matheson, Monten) 4:14.37; SMR 600-200-400-800—4. Jackson 6:05.97; High jump—2. Madison Yerigan (S) 5-2; Long jump—2. Anderson 17-5; Triple jump—1. Pischer 5-4.25; Shot put—13. Clara Kapustka (J) 30-7.75; Discus—8. Teri Almaw (L) 91-8; Javelin—3. Haley Strowbridge (S) 114-6; Pole vault—1. Chardalise Madrigal (K) 10-6.

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