Prep track: Pasco Invite

At Edgar Brown Stadium

Boys

Team scores: 1.Hanford 50, 9.Lakewood 24, 30.Lake Stevens 8.33.

110 hurdles—1.Zion Stuffle (Lewiston) 14.69 seconds, 2.Andrew Stich (Lakewood) 14.75, 24.Conner Winkler (Lake Stevens) 16.19; 100—1.Zachary Smith (Olympic) 10.67, 8.Josh Dickey 11.15; 1,600—1.Sam Levora (Sandpoint) 4 minutes:17.86 seconds; 400 relay—1.Kentwood (Derrick Bell, Bailey Paladin, Ivan Semerenko, Brandon Stribling) 42.78, 8.Lakewood (Cruz Griffin, Tyler Courtney, Brett Bustad, Dickey) 43.25; 400—1.Jaleel Elmore (Olympic) 49.66, 30.Evan Hubbard (Lake Stevens) 53.90; 300 hurdles—1.Stuffle (Lewiston) 38.25, 3.Stich (Lakewood) 39.23; 800—1.Jake Finney (Lake City) 1:55.42, 7.Noah Wallace (Lake Stevens) 1:58.30; 200—1.Jonathan Green (Ephrata) 21.87; 3,200—1.Tanner Anderson (North Central) 9:05.86, 27.Mitchell Darrah (Lakewood) 10:04.08; 1,600 relay—1,Nathan Hale (Max Leach, Aedan Roberts, Francis Britschgi, Dawit Tesfetsion) 3:27.59; High jump—1Nick Johnson (Gonzaga Prep) 6 feet-4 inches; Long jump—1.Brian Burt (Eastmont) 23-2; Triple jump—1.Isaiah Troutt (Ferris) 45-1; Shot put—1.Mitch Moe (RA Long) 55-5.75; Discus—1.Dallon Grinder (Hanford) 165-9, 23.Tristan Nelson (Lakewood) 129-5; Javelin—1.Carlos Riojas (Mt. Spokane) 190-9, 7.Stich (Lakewood) 166-6; Pole vault—1.Braden Barranco (Mead) 14-6, 23.Drake Mosteller (Lakewood) 12-0;

Girls

Team scores: 1.Kamiakin 109.2, Local teams not reported.

100 hurdles—1.Kaitlyn Gunnerson (Coeur D’Alene) 15.25; 100—1.Sarah Stavig (Bothell) 12.46; 1,600—1.Shevaun Ames (Lewiston) 5:12.42, 21.Keely Hall (Lakewood) 5:34.05; 400 relay—1.Bothell (Maya Harewood, Sophie Bowles, Stavig, Katie Bellusci) 48.36, 20.Lake Stevens, (Kristina Belarde, Brittany Evanger, Adama Sanoh, Essence Foster) 52.28, 25.Lakewood (Bethany Fisher, Kendal O’Kinsella, Taylor Storms, Courtney Ball) 52.96; 400—1.Ellie Heiden (Kamiakin) 57.97; 300 hurdles—1.Alysha Overland (Moses Lake) 44.97; 800—1.Sophie Cantine (Lakeside) 2:12.83, 10.Britney Albro (Lakewood) 2:23.21; 200—1.Heiden (Kamiakin) 25.46; 3,200—1.Lauren Dunnell (Shadle Park) 11:22.03, 31.Rachel Sowards (Lakewood) 12:56.53; 1,600 relay—1.Kamiakin (Danielle Brandon, Megan Beauchene, Emily Moon, Heiden) 4:03.86, 16.Lakewood (Morgan Shimkus, Hunter Clark, Bethany Fisher, Britney Albro) 4:16.06; High jump—1.Tierra White (Rogers-Spokane) 5-4; Long jump—1.Amanda Konynenbelt (Shadle Park) 17-8.5, 24.Marisa Khounphixay (Lake Stevens) 15-4.25, 28.Taylor Storms (Lakewood) 14-11.25; Triple jump—1.Megan Murphy (North Central) 37-3.5, 31.Khounphixay (Lake Stevens) 30-10.75; Shot put—1.Nike McClure (WF West) 43-9, 13.Reille Jones (Lakewood) 34-11.5; Discus—1.Elisa Grandemange (Kamiakin) 142-6, 15.Larisa Block (Lakewood) 106-4; Javelin—1.Karen Bulger (NW Christian) 146-5, 16.Paityn Kaiser (Lake Stevens) 111-3; Pole vault—1.Abby Weiler (RA Long) 12-0, 15.Morgan Shimkus (Lakewood) 9-0;

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