Prep track: Cashmere Invite

At Cashmere H.S.

Top local finisher only

Boys

Team scores: 1. Zillah 87, 2. King’s 71.25, 3. Liberty Bell 50.25, 4. Meridian 43, 5. Quincy 39, 6. Lynden 36.25, 7. Cascade-Leavenworth 34, 8. Cashmere 29.75, 9. South Whidbey 27.5, 10. Sultan 22, 11. Mansfield 20, 12. La Conner 19, 13. LaSalle 16, 14. Naches Valley 12, 15. Oroville 6, 16. Connell 4, 16. Wahluke 4, 16. Okanogan 4, 19. Omak 2.

110 hurdles—7. Tyler Force (Sul) 17.60; 100—2. Jackson Hand (K) 11.52; 1,500—13. Matt Jackson (K) 4:39.96; 400 relay—King’s 45.21; 400—4. Mills 52.53; 300 hurdles—11. Force 45.75; 800—4. Cole Zink (SW) 2:04.80; 200—2. Ryan Mills (K) 23.30; 3,000—2. Aaron Heidlage (S) 9:55.12; 1,600 relay—5. South Whidbey (Zink, Evan Mellish, Kale Reichersamer, Nick French) 3:42.64; High jump—2. Giovonni Williams (Sul) 6-2; Long jump—7. Reichersamer 18-10.75; Triple jump—1. Reichersamer 39-11; Shot put—2. Zach Jacobson (K) 49-6; Discus—1. Jacobson 150-2; Javelin—1. French 171-5; Pole vault—4. Austin Hays (K) 11-0.

Girls

Team scores: 1. King’s 109.5, 2. Lynden 55.5, 3. Meridian 54, 4. Cascade-Leavenworth 45, 4. Zillah 45, 6. Quincy 30, 7. South Whidbey 29, 7. Naches Valley 29, 9. University Prep 28, 10. Cashmere 27, 11. Tonasket 25, 12. Oroville 18, 13. Cle Elum/Roslyn 14, 14. Okanogan 12, 15. Sultan 11, 16. LaSalle 10, 17. Omak 9, 18. La Conner 6, 19. Liberty Bell 2.

100 hurdles—7. Amberly Khamsaly 18.43; 100—2. Ashley Driscoll (K) 13.33; 1,500—1. Kacey Kemper (SW) 4:50.88; 400 relay—King’s 53.98; 400—9. Valorie Meishke (Sul) 1:07.29; 300 hurdles—6. Allie Vanbenschoten (SW) 51.68; 800—1. Kemper 2:23.48; 200—5. Anna Leski (SW) 27.94; 3,000—7. Mallorie Mitchem (SW) 12:15.30; 800 relay—2. King’s 1:51.95; 1,600 relay—1. South Whidbey (Jaime Rodden, Leski, Megan Drake, Mackenzie Hezel) 4:19.39; High jump—1. Madi Hauck (K) 5-0; Long jump—3. Maia Sparkman (SW) 15-7.75; Triple jump—3. Maddy Scherrer (K) 33-1; Shot put—1. Karly Hibbard (K) 39-8.5; Discus—1. Sierra Decker (K) 104-6; Javelin—3. Hibbard 120-1; Pole vault—3. Katie Street (Sul) 8-0.

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