Prep track: Chuck Randall Invite

ARLINGTON —Arlington came away victorious in both the mens and womens meets at the Chuck Randall Invite in Arlington. Arlington’s Lyndsey Leatherman led the Eagles on the women’s side, placing first in three events.

At Arlington H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Arlington 146, Lakewood 86, Glacier Peak 77, Burlington-Edison 66, Cascade 56, Sedro Woolley 51, Mount Vernon 34, Marysville Getchell 32.

110 hurdles—Andrew Stich (LW) 14.98 seconds; 100—Anthony Dill (A) 11.49; 1,600—Nate Beamer (A) 4 minutes, 37.90 seconds; 400 relay—Sedro-Woolley (Braden Blouin, Billy Hornbeck, Damian McDougle, Tanner Newton) 43.78; 1,600 relay—Arlington (Jon Rabourn, Shay King, Kaleb Bryson, Max Gray) 3:33.92; High jump—Jared Alskog (A) 6 feet-0 inches; Long jump—Alec Albrecht (GP) 20-2.5; Triple jump—Michael Foster (A) 41-11; Shot put—Randin Crecelius (C) 47-11; Discus—Brennan Hamidou (BE) 153-7; Javelin—George Spady (A) 151-2; Pole vault—Austin Cartwright (SW) 13-0;

Girls

Team scores: Arlington 129, Glacier Peak 123, Burlington-Edison 61.5, Cascade 55, Lakewood 44.5, Marysville Getchell 41, Sedro-Woolley 30, Mount Vernon 27.

100 hurdles—Maya McFadden (GP) 16.82; 100—Jessica Miller (GP) 13.25; 1,600—Heidi Smith (GP) 5:36.14; 400 relay—Marysville Getchell 51.61; 800 relay—Glacier Peak (McFadden, Maddi Kuligoski, Sydney Mendenhall, Jessica Miller) 1:57.78; 1,600 relay—Glacier Peak (Kuligoski, Baylee Barnes, Mendenhall, Kathryn Nicholson) 4:13.77; High jump—Kaitlyn McCormick (MG) 5-0; Long jump—Jessica Ludwig (A) 16-3.50; Triple jump—Ludwig (A) 33-9.5; Shot put—Lyndsay Leatherman (A) 37-10; Discus—Leatherman (A) 125-2; Javelin—Leatherman (A) 129-4; Pole vault—Annika Dayton (GP) 9-0;

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