Prep track: Don Holder Relays.

At Zaepfel Stadium

Boys

Local team scores: 1.Jackson 73.97, 5.Glacier Peak 42.97, 8.Cedarcrest 18 11.Sultan 10.

Top local linishers

110 hurdles—1.Dylan Roy (J) 16.36 seconds, 4.Silas Vega-Harris (J) 17.77; 100—1.Gavin Basuel (J) 11.65, 2.Alex Mandzyuk (GP) 11.76, 8.Austin St Paul U Ren (S) 11.88; 1,600—3.Logan Orndorf (C) 4 minutes: 38.73 seconds, 8.Tristan Taylor (J) 4:45.17, 9.Quinn Radbourne (C) 4:45.99; 400 relay—2.Jackson (Love, Basuel, Nick White, Cordell Johnson) 44.58, 9.Glacier Peak (Dexter Carter, McKenzie King, Marcus McAuliffe, Mandzyuk) 46.99; 400—2.Wesley Love (J) 51.29, 4.Will DeMaris (GP) 52.09, 13.Radbourne (C) 54.69; 300 hurdles—1.John-Robert Woolley (J) 41.54, 5.Logan Coleman (GP) 42.82, 6.Roy (J) 43.27, 10.Alec Albrecht (GP) 44.05, 11.Alex Zuvich (C) 44.60, 12.Elliot Dick (C) 45.27, 13.Tyler Force (S) 45.55; 800—8.Chris Bianchini (GP) 2:15.41, 10.Garren Arnold (GP) 2:16.62, 14.Matthew Watkins (J) 2:23.29, 15.Efren Chavez (J) 2:23.89; 3,200—7,Issac Ripley (GP) 10:19.06, 12.Brandon Yee (J) 10:36.45, 13. Nathanael Ramos (J) 10:36.95, 14.Max Ingalls (GP) 10:41.77; 1,600 relay—1.Jackson (Love, White, Johnson, Woolley) 3:25.30, 7.Glacier Peak (Albrecht, Coleman, King, Demaris) 3:35.45; High jump—1.Giovanni Williams (S) 6 feet-4 inches, 3.Ryder Withrow (C) 6-0, 11.Antonio Rivas (S) 5-6; Long jump—3.Albrecht (GP) 20-9.25, 8.Basuel (J) 20-2, 11.Mandzyuk (GP) 19-3.5; Triple jump—4.Albrecht (GP) 40-9, 14.Kelton Green (J) 37-6; Discus—4.Mason Braun (GP) 126-2, 7.Ruben Robles (J) 122-2, 9.Zuvich (C) 120-8, 11.Josh Robison (J) 120-2, 12. Josh Quartararo (GP) 116-8; Javelin—8.Robison (J) 160-4, 11.Joel Dethlefsen (GP) 153-5, 15.Ethan Jones (GP) 134-5; Pole vault—2.Matthew Hineline (C) 10-6, 9.Alexander Phung (J) 8-6, 9.Alexander Peli (J) 8-6, 12.Daniel Prendergast (J) 8-0;

Girls

Local team scores: 2.Glacier Peak 65, 5.Jackson 48.98, 11.Cedarcrest 11.98, 18.Sultan 6.99.

Top local finishers

100 hurdles—2.Anna Smith (GP) 18.42, 13.Christine Schull (J) 20.33, 14.Jamielyn Florendo (J) 20.70; 100—6.Mackenzie Hanson (J) 13.09, 8.Jessica Miller (GP) 13.38, 10.Mackenzie Monten (J) 13.58; 1,600—2.Jessica Rawlins (J) 5:22.39, 4.Brooke Kingma (J) 5:29.71, 5.Heidi Smith (GP) 5:34.95, 9.Megan Davis (GP) 5:41.91, 13.Haley Longstreth (GP) 5:49.43; 400 relay—3.Jackson (Hanson, Michal Jones, Olivia Miller, Monten) 51.88, 6.Sultan (Chrishelle Sentman, Valorie Meishke, Sarah Swift, Emilee Buzzell) 55.26, 9.Glacier Peak (Miller, Maddi Kuligoski, Sydney Mendenhall, Baylee Barnes) 55.57; 400—2.Kuligoski (GP) 1:03.76, 3.Barnes (GP) 1:04.36, 5.Sentman (S) 1:05.78, 9.Kathryn Nicholson (GP) 1:06.46; 300 hurdles—3.Anna Pischer (J) 47.26, 9.Jones (J) 50.85, 14.Macy Matheson (J) 52.94, 15.Carolyn Yip (GP) 53.14; 800—5.Erin Boyle (GP) 2:38.80, 9.Katie Gaffney (GP) 2:43.63, 11.Emily Townsend (GP) 2:44.33, 14.Katrina Rawlins (J) 2:56.26; 3,200—6.Samantha Northrop (GP) 12:29.45, 7.Katherine Dittmann (GP) 12:51.65, 8.Sarah Todd (J) 12:57.99, 10. Maiti Hunter (GP) 13:03.83; 1,600 relay—1.Glacier Peak (Kuligoski, Miller, Mendenhall, Nicholson) 4:13.84, 3.Jackson (Miller, Monten, Matheson, Pischer) 4:18.35, 9.Sultan (Sentman, Meishke, Mikayla Shuler, Alayna Spencer) 4:36.56; High jump—9.Olivia Lytle (GP) 4-8, 10.Mikayla Ingram (GP) 4-8, 14.Annika Dayton (GP) 4-6; Long jump—6.Ingram (GP) 14-11, 13.Anna Biddle (S) 13-11.5; Triple jump—1.Pischer (J) 33-6.5, 4.Ingram (GP) 32-10.5, 10.Lytle (GP) 29-11.25, 13.Biddle (S) 29-5.75; Shot put—13.Clara Kapustka (J) 30-0; Javelin—7.Karen Blackmer (J) 97-0, 13.Nicole Fausey (GP) 85-3; Pole vault—4.Dayton (GP) 9-6;

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