Prep track: Keith Jewitt Invite

At Ellensburg H.S.

Top Monroe finisher only

Boys

Team scores: 1. Ellensburg 183, 2. Sunnyside 84, 3. Monroe 63.5, 4. Wenatchee 63, 5. Eisenhower 62, 6. Davis 61, 7. West Valley-Yakima 55, T-8. Prosser 22, T-8. Grandview 22, 10. Cle Elum/Roslyn 19, 11. Quincy 13.5, 12. Thorp 2.

110 hurdles—5. Riley Kennedy 17.82; 100—17. Jace Steele 12.75; 1,600—8. Joshawa Blevins 5:05.15; 400—7. Ryan Wallace 55.72; 300 hurdles—6. Gunnar Schultz 46.41; 800—6. Jake Seigler 2:14.96; 200—9. Marshall Stiemert 25.39; 3,200—11. Ivan Valdovinos 11:50.95; 1,600 relay—5. Monroe (Alexander McCreary, Wallace, Stiemert, Jace Steele) 3:48.32; Long jump—2. Josiah Steele 20-0.75; Triple jump—1. Josiah Steele 41-10; Shot put—2. DJ Jimenez 45-9; Discus—4. Jimenez 125-1; Javelin—8. Brennan Brown 117-4; Pole vault—3. McKinley Braa 11-6.

Girls

Team scores: 1. Ellensburg 162.5, 2. Wenatchee 86.75, 3. Eisenhower 76.33, 4. Monroe 75, 5. West Valley-Yakima 71, 6. Sunnyside 63, 7. Davis 35.75, 8. Grandview 30, 9. Cle Elum/Roslyn 26, 10. Prosser 22.33, 11. Easton 20, 12. Quincy .33.

100 hurdles—1. Emily Bland 15.74; 100—13. Samantha Peterson 14.37; 1,600—4. Payton Stringer 6:02.92; 400 relay—5. Monroe (Rachel Ely, Kittra Evenson, Natalie Logan, Jessica Idle) 54.60; 400—2. Logan 1:01.81; 300 hurdles—1. Bland 46.91; 800—11. Stringer 2:48.93; 200—7. Idle 28.16; 3,200—10. Kaleena Olson 13:52.14; 1,600 relay—1. Monroe (Bland, Zana Burnett, Logan, Idle) 4:20.43; High jump—Ely 4-8; Long jump—5. Carrieanne Steele 16-4; Triple jump—4. Steele 32-7; Shot put—8. Karen Vasatka 28-4.25; Discus—7. Vasatka 88-11; Javelin—14. Emily Laskowski 60-7; Pole vault—2. Laura Jackson 8-6.

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