Prep track: Cascade Conference Championships

At King’s H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Lakewood 159, King’s 137, Cedarcrest 136, Archbishop Murphy 97, Sultan 48, Granite Falls 42, South Whidbey 28, Coupeville 14.

110 hurdles—Andrew Stich (L) 15.89; 100—Brandon Byrne (AM) 11.36; 1,600—Quinn Radbourne (Ced) 4:25.84; 400 relay—Archbishop Murphy (Taylor Gipson, James Bieda, Hans VanderWel, Byrne) 44.45; 400—Luke Driscoll (Ced) 50.14; 300 hurdles—Stich 40.79; 800—Radbourne 1:58.85; 200—Byrne 22.60; 3,200—Logan Orndorf (Ced) 10:03.67; 1,600 relay—King’s (Andrew Ayres, Alex Brouwer, Hunter Bryson, Caleb Taylor) 3:33.67; High jump—Justin Peterson (L) 6-3; Long jump—Byrne 22-1.5; Triple jump—Steven Doubek (S) 42-4.5; Shot put—Mason Friedline (K) 49-10.25; Discus—Tristan Nelson (L) 142-7; Javelin—Nick French (SW) 182-6; Pole vault—Bennett Minnie (Ced) 13-6.

Girls

Team scores: King’s 178, Lakewood 110, Sultan 86, Archbishop Murphy 84, South Whidbey 79, Coupeville 75, Cedarcrest 72, Granite Falls 5.

100 hurdles—Madison Tisa-McPhee (Cou) 16.45; 100—Makana Stone (Cou) 13.22; 1,600—Kacey Kemper (K) 5:24.49; 400 relay—King’s (Michaela Hendrix, Anna Parker, Ashley Driscoll, Mikayla Bryant) 52.06; 400—Whitney Naber (K) 1:04.43; 300 hurdles—Tisa-McPhee 48.45; 800—Ariel Jensen (L) 2:18.79; 200—Stone 26.74; 3,200—Lillianna Stelling (SW) 11:12.71; 800 relay—Coupeville (Tisa-McPhee, Sylvia Hurlburt, Stone, Jai’Lysa Hoskins) 1:47.51; 1,600 relay—Coupeville (Hoskins, Kirsten Pelroy, Marisa Etzell, Stone) 4:15.92; High jump—Julia Teitzel (K) 5-1; Long jump—Bailey Parish (Ced) 15-11; Triple jump—Allison Bawden (Ced) 32-10; Shot put—Angelina Berger (SW) 38-1.75; Discus—Berger 106-10; Javelin—Skylar Cannon (L) 121-8l; Pole vault—Bailey Parish (Ced) 10-0.

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