Prep track: Lake Stevens Meet

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Lake Stevens 96, Snohomish 49.

110 hurdles—Robert Lund (LS) 16.73; 100—Christian Linder (S) 11.54; 1,600—Scott Schmitt (LS) 4:33.40; 400 relay—Snohomish (Aidan Kutsch, Kodiak Landis, Joel Tonsgard, Christian Linder) 44.86; 400—Beau Klick (LS) 52.39; 300 hurdles—Keenan Thomas (LS) 43.30; 800—Scott Schmitt (LS) 2:02.80; 200—Christian Linder (S) 22.50; 3,200—Ryan Fairhurst (S) 10:08.67; 1,600 relay—Lake Stevens (Jacob Baughman, Scott Schmitt, Beau Klick, Moussa Sanoh) 3:32.86; High jump—Blake Minor (LS) 6-0; Long jump—Kodiak Landis (S) 20-3.5; Triple jump—Damon Terry II (LS) 38-8; Shot put—Carey Campbell (LS) 56-4.5; Discus—Carey Campbell (LS) 139-2; Javelin—Blake Minor (LS) 148-11; Pole vault—Kodiak Landis (S) 13-9.

Girls

Team scores: Lake Stevens 84, Snohomish 66.

100 hurdles—Samantha McGee (LS) 16.70; 100—Madison Lichter (S) 13.43; 1,600—Emma Horn (LS) 5:40.31; 400 relay—Snohomish (Eyonna Mason, Lauren Wheatley, Danielle Sass, Madison Lichter) 51.01; 400—Jniyah Williams (LS) 1:03.59; 300 hurdles—Jordan McGruder (LS) 53.39; 800—Ashley Perry (LS) 2:26.18; 200—Danielle Sass (S) 26.81; 3,200—Dandelion Kinison (LS) 12:31.28; 800 relay—Lake Stevens (Kristina Belarde, Ashley Perry, Samantha McGee, Jniyah Williams) 1:49.90; 1,600 relay—Lake Stevens (not reported) 4:24.24; High jump—Kellianne Cavin (S) 5-4; Long jump—Kellianne Cavin (S) 15-11.75; Triple jump—Kellianne Cavin (S) 37-7.75; Shot put—Sarah Grassl (LS) 31-11.25; Discus—Rachel McDaniel (LS) 100-0; Javelin—Makaylin Askevold (LS) 100-4; Pole vault—Elizabeth Johnson (S) 8-0.

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