Prep track: Keith Jewitt Invite

At Ellensburg H.S.

Top Monroe finishers only

Boys

Team scores: 1. Chiawana 106.5, 2. Wapato 85, 7. Monroe 41.

110 hurdles—7. Cody Kennedy 17.65; 100—9. Max Blais 11.78; 1,600—12. Chandler Crayton 5:07.01; 400 relay—4. Monroe (Tristan Lund, Blais, Gabriel Moore, Schab) 48.98; 300 hurdles—9. Robbie Schab 48.02; 800—9. Jackson Beaumont 2:18.11; 200—10. Marshall Stiemert 25.56; 3,200—5. Crayton 11:11.85; 1,600 relay—7. Monroe (Beaumont, Moore, Kennedy, Stiemert) 3:54.82; High jump—2. Josiah Steele 5-8; Long jump—6. Steele 18-8; Triple jump—6. Steele 38-8.25; Shot put—4. Tanner Lippincott 44-7.25; Discus—7. DJ Jimenez 116-3; Javelin—4. Dylan Judson 138-8.

Girls

Team scores: 1. Ellensburg 139.5, 2. Chiawana 99, 5. Monroe 75.5.

100 hurdles—3. Emily Bland 16.40; 100—3. Victoria Maue 12.90; 1,600—10. Payton Stringer 6:30.63; 400 relay—4. Monroe (Carrieanne Steele, Maue, Bland, Megan Baermann) 56.06; 400—10. Baermann 1:11.38; 300 hurdles—1. Bland 48.65; 800—6. Kat Busch 2:50.90; 200—2. Maue 27.44; 3,200—13. Tabatha Blevins 14:34.68; 800 relay—4. Monroe (Steele, Maue, Natalie Logan, Baermann) 1:59.12; 1,600 relay—3. Monroe (Baermann, Logan, Katherine Shipman, Bland) 4:46.74; High jump—7. Baermann 4-6; Long jump—3. Steele 16-2.5; Triple jump—16. Samantha Ritzert 27-0.25; Shot put—25. Erika Lippincott 23-10.25; Discus—24. Rachel Latimore 60-7; Javelin—1. Ashley Alexander 130-0; Pole vault—10. Laura Jackson 7-0.

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