Prep track: Granite Falls Meet

At Granite Falls H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Archbishop Murphy 120, Coupeville 62, South Whidbey 57, Granite Falls 14.

110 hurdles—Rhys Gadbois (GF) 18.12; 100—Brandon Byme (AM) 11.57; 1,600—Dante Gadbois (GF) 5:10.98; 400 relay—Archbishop Murphy (no names reported) 45.08; 400—Matthew Hamilton (GF) 54.75; 300 hurdles—Gadbois (GF) 45.92; 800—Peter Smith (AM) 2:04.07; 200—James Bieda (AM) 24.79; 3,200—Cole Zink (SW) 10:55.32; 1,600 relay—South Whidbey (no names reported) 3:53.56; High jump—Ryan Chabot (GF) 6-04;Long jump—Brandon Byrne (AM) 21-01; Triple jump—Ryan Chabot (GF) 37-07; Shot put—Kyle Daviscourt (AM) 43-09; Discus—Nick Streubel (C) 115-00.Javelin—Hans VanderWel (AM) 163-02; Pole vault—Rory Krueger (AM) 12-00.

Girls

Team scores: Granite Falls 89, Archbishop Murphy 76, South Whidbey 51, Coupeville 38.

100 hurdles—Madison Tisa-McPhee (C) 17.77; 100—Makana Stone (C) 13.45; 1,600—Lindsay Dorney (AM) 5:37.03; 400 relay—Coupeville (no names reported) 53.63; 400—Stone (C) 1:04.78; 300 hurdles—Tisa-McPhee (C) 50.79; 800—Kristi Bartz (AM) 2:26.10; 200—Stone (C) 27.68; 3,200—Lillianna Stelling (SW) 13:02.80; 1,600 relay—South Whidbey (no names reported) 4:26.96; High jump—Bartz (AM) 5-00; Long jump—Lis Larsen (AM) 14-03; Triple jump—Tara Wilson (AM) 28-04.50; Shot put—Angelina Berger (SW) 38-03; Discus—Kristen Schuster (SW) 99-10; Javelin—Jordyn Kirchgessner (AM) 99-06; Pole vault—Reilly Krueger (AM) 8-00.

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