Prep track: Eastmont Invitational

At Eastmont H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Wenatchee 120, Walla Walla 95, Central Valley 87, Bellevue 79, Eastmont 72, North Central 60, West Valley-Spokane 53, Skyline 50, Snohomish 44.

Highest Snohomish finisher only

110 hurdles—15. Joel Tonsgard 21.00; 100—17. Reilly Responte 12.78; 1,600—8. Brad Hodkinson 4:36.77; 400—5. Ben King 52.65; 300 hurdles—7. Kodiak Landis 44.45; 800—5. Kyler Sager 2:01.66; 200—2. Christian Linder 22.24; 3,200—6. Ryan Fairhurst 10:00.09; 1,600 relay—7. Snohomish (Sager, King, Linder, Joshua Sharpe) 3:34.69; High jump—5. Mateusz Wladysiak (S) 5-8; Long jump—7. Landis 20-5; Triple jump—14. Joshua Bauska 33-8; Shot put—2. Beau Huffer 53-2; Discus—Sharpe 140-3; Javelin—14. Danny West 134-9; Pole vault—11. Gabe Ohlsen 9-6.

Girls

Team scores: Central Valley 134, Walla Walla 123, Skyline 96.5, Eastmont 84.5, Wenatchee 65, Snohomish 63, Bellevue 63, North Central 40, West Valley-Spokane 33.

Highest Snohomish finisher only

100 hurdles—13. Courtney Rogers 20.67; 100—3. Madison Lichter 13.15; 1,600—4. Hannah Berntson 5:31.73; 400 relay—3. Snohomish (Eyonna Mason, Lauren Wheatley, Kayla Sargent, Lichter) 52.14; 300 hurdles—12. Rogers 57.05; 800—7. Alexandra Dreher 2:34.20; 200—14. Eyonna Mason 28.39; 3,200—4. Bri Gibson 11:56.08; 800 relay—7. Snohomish (Sargent, Rogers, Alexa Simons, Brooke Smith) 1:56.22; 1,600 relay—5. Snohomish (Lichter, Kellianne Cavin, Wheatley, Mason) 4:13.96; High jump—2. Cavin 5-4; Long jump—8. Simons 14-6.25; Triple jump—19, Simons 29-6; Shot put—8. Tara Harms 29-11; Discus—4. Harms 101-2; Javelin—6, Erica Sayachack 94-2; Pole vault—4. Elizabeth Johnson 8-0.

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