Prep track: Ray Cockrum Relays

WENATCHEE —

At Wenatchee H.S.

Boys

Local Team scores: Lake Stevens, Snohomish Not Reported.

Top Local Finishers

100— 8.Ben King (S) 12.01 seconds, 12.Ian House (S) 12.88; 1,600—1.Noah Wallace (LS) 4 minutes, 28.42 seconds, 4.Trevor Allen (LS) 4:40.17; 400 relay—4.Lake Stevens (Thomas Nguyen, Ian Schneider, Hunter Eckstrom, Damon Terry II) 46.72, 6.Snohomish (Gabe Williams, Joel Tonsgard, Ian House, Ben King) 47.09; 1,600 relay—3.Snohomish (Kyler Sager, Benjamin Johnston, Reilly Responte, King) 3:38.52, 5.Snohomish (Nguyen, Terry II, Noah Wallace, Schneider) 3:41.60; High jump—6.Terry II (LS) 5 feet-8 inches, 8.Siddha Reed (LS) 5-6, 8.Edward Vodlenshchuk (LS) 5-6, 12.Taylor Devries (S) 5-4; Long jump—6.Andrew Grimes (LS) 19-7, 9.Gabe Williams (S) 18-0.25, 10.Schneider (LS) 17-11.5, 13.Johnston (S) 17-5; Triple jump—5.Terry II (LS) 37-11.5, 6.Vodlenshchuk (LS) 37-7.5, 7.Johnston (S) 37-2. 14.Williams (S) 34-11, 15.Austin Demary (LS) 34-3.5; Shot put—6.Connor Browne (S) 40-1, 13.Eric Collins (LS) 36-8, 14.Ty Carlson (S) 36-7.5, 15.Chris Lasater (LS) 36-5; Discus—1.Joshua Sharpe-Nichols (S) 149-8, 7.Alexander Fairhurst (S) 123-10, 10.Browne (S) 114-3, 12.Corbin Schueller (LS) 107-3; Javelin—6.Danny West (S) 133-4, 9.Corey Rodgers (S) 132-2, 12.Bridger Buckley (S) 129-7; Pole vault—1.Chase Reid (LS) 13-6, 3.Gabe Ohlsen (S) 12-0, 11,Tonsgard (LS) 9-0, 13.Aidan Kutsch (S) 8-6, 13.Kevin Call (LS) 8-6;

Girls

Local Team scores: Lake Stevens, Snohomish Not Reported.

Top Local Finishers

100—2.Lauren Wheatley (S) 12.97, 3.Madison Lichter 12.98, 6.Kristina Belarde (LS) 13.36; 1,600—5.Emma Horn (LS) 5:47.03, 7.Dandelion Kinison (LS) 5:51.09, 12. Elita Tippett (S) 6:12.34; 400 relay—1.Snohomish (Kayla Sargent, Wheatley, Eyonna Mason, Lichter) 51.56, 2.Lake Stevens (Essence Foster, Brittany Evanger, Adama Sanoh, Malea Munoz) 52.69; 800 relay—1.Snohomish (Sargent, Mason, Prigmore, Kellianne Calvin) 1:52.16, 3.Lake Stevens (Belarde, Anna Dominick, Foster, Sanoh) 1:53.94; 1,600 relay—1.Snohomish (Lichter, Madelyn Prigmore, Hannah Berntson, Wheatley) 4:13.92, 3.Lake Stevens (Horn, Lacey Main, Rachel Schackman, Emily Haegeland) 4:32.63; High jump—1.Calvin (S) 5 feet-0 inches, 4.Brooke Smith (S) 4-10, 6.Marisa Khounphixay (LS) 4-8, 11.Dominick (LS) 4-6, 13.Rachel McDaniel (LS) 4-4, 13.Emily Ball (LS) 4-4; Long jump—1.Berntson (S) 16-9.25, 5.Khounphixay (LS) 15-2.5, 8.Carley Washburn (LS) 13-11.5, 10.Bailey Armbruster (S) 13-10.25, 12.Katrina Mueller (LS) 13-9; Triple jump—3.Alexa Simons (S) 32-5, 4.Berntson (S) 32-4.25, 7.Khounphixay (LS) 31-2.25, 8.Armbruster (S) 30-7, 14.Jordan McGruder 28-6.5; Shot put—1.Tara Harms (S) 33-7.5, 6.Brittany Delaney (LS) 31-3, 8.Paityn Kaiser (LS) 29-6, 13.McDaniel (LS) 25-10, 14. Alia Galindo 25-6.5; Discus—1.Harms (S) 117-8, 3.Allison Hoeth (S) 97-5, 7.Peyton DeLuc (LS) 86-0; Javelin—4.Delaney (LS) 96-4, 5. Makaylin Askevold (LS) 93-1, 8. Kaiser (LS) 87-5; Pole vault—1.Berntson (S) 16-9.25, 5.Khounphixay (LS) 15-2.5, 8. Washburn (LS) 13-11.5, 10.Armbruster (S) 13-10.25

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