Prep track: Monroe Meet

At Monroe H.S.

Boys

Team scores: Snohomish 90, Monroe 55.

110 hurdles—Shanden Mixayphone (M) 15.91 seconds; 100—Josiah Steele (M) 12.14; 1,600—Kyler Sager (S) 4 minutes: 40.61 seconds; 400 relay—Monroe (Tristan Lund, Mixayphone, Mckinley Braa, Max Blais) 46.59; 400—Easton Lemos (S) 55.00; 300 hurdles—Aidan Kutsch (S) 44.35; 800—Ryan Gillings (S) 2:14.91; 200—Joel Tonsgard (S) 25.29; 3,200—Sager (S) 10:17.95; 1,600 relay—Snohomish (Tonsgard, Reilly Responte, Lemos, Sager) 3:45.51; High jump—Taylor Devries (S) 5 feet-8 inches; Long jump—Steele (M) 19-4.5; Triple jump—Steele (M) 41-5.5; Shot put—DJ Jimenez (M) 46-1; Discus—Joshua Sharpe-Nichols (S) 147-7; Javelin—Bridger Buckley (S) 132-2; Pole vault—Gabe Ohlsen (S) 12-0.

Girls

Team scores: Snohomish 98, Monroe 52.

100 hurdles—Emily Bland (M) 16.96; 100—Lauren Wheatley (S) 13.11; 1,600—Kyla Shade (S) 2:26.79; 400 relay—Monroe (Kittra Evenson, Natalie Logan, Jessica Idle, Rachel Ely) 55.04; 400—Wheatley (S) 1:02.03; 300 hurdles—Bland (M) 48.02; 800—Shade (S) 2:26.79; 200—Madison Lichter (S) 27.36; 3,200—Esmeralda Bonilla (S) 12:46.83; 800 relay—Monroe (Idle, Logan, Jadynn Alexander, Bland) 2:00.00; 1,600 relay—Monroe (Zana Burnett, Bland, Idle, Logan) 4:30.82; High jump—Kellianne Calvin (S) 5-0; Long jump—Skylar Benson (S) 15-4.5; Triple jump—Hannah Berntson (S) 33-10.5; Shot put—Tara Harms (S) 30-5.5; Discus—Harms (S) 113-4; Javelin—Harms (S) 71-11; Pole vault—Marissa Bingham (S) 8-6.

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