Prep track: Lake Stevens Meet

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Lake Stevens 102, Monroe 43.

110 hurdles—Shanden Mixayphone (M) 15.88 seconds; 100—Josiah Steele (M) 11.99; 1,600—Trevor Allen (LS) 4 minutes:41.65 seconds; 400 relay—Lake Stevens (Austin Otis, Damon Terry II, Jhaneil Reyes, Evan Hubbard) 45.50; 400—Hubbard (LS) 55.51; 300 hurdles—Collin Cassady (LS) 44.23; 800—Noah Wallace (LS) 1:58.93; 200—Reyes (LS) 24.41; 3,200—Isaiah Britt (LS) 10:19.05; 1,600 relay—Lake Stevens (Ian Schneider, Cassady, Terry II, Hunter Eckstrom) 3:49.51; High jump—Steele (M) 6 feet-0 inches; Long jump—Steele (M) 20-5.5; Triple jump—Steele (M) 42-3.75; Shot put—Tevin Gray (LS) 49-9; Discus—Gray (LS) 116-2; Javelin—Gray (LS) 143-0; Pole vault—Chase Reid (LS) 12-6.

Girls

Team scores: Lake Stevens 101.83, Monroe 48.16.

100 hurdles—Emily Bland (M) 16.84; 100—Kristina Belarde (LS) 13.56; 1,600—Emily Haegeland (LS) 5:07.40; 400 relay—Lake Stevens (Belarde, Brittany Evanger, Adama Sanoh, Essence Foster) 53.45; 400—Natalie Logan (M) 1:05.36; 300 hurdles—Bland (M) 16.84; 800—Emma Horn (LS) 2:34.58; 200—Belarde (LS) 28.30; 3,200—Dandelion Kinison (LS) 12:28.49; 800 relay—Lake Stevens (Belarde, Evanger, Sanoh, Foster) 1:50.90; 1,600 relay—Monroe (Jessica Idle, Logan, Zana Burnett, Bland) 4:29.00; High jump—Anna Dominick (LS) 4-10; Long jump—Carrieanne Steele (M) 16-3.25; Triple jump—Kylee Billings (M) 31-6.75; Shot put—Courtney Curdy (LS) 31-10; Discus—Rachel McDaniel (LS) 98-7; Javelin—Paityn Kaiser (LS) 118-6; Pole vault—Katrina Mueller (LS) 7-6.

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