Prep track: Sultan Meet

At Sultan H.S.

Boys

Team scores: not reported.

110 hurdles—Tyler Force (Sultan) 19.00; 100—Matthew Hamilton (Granite Falls) 11.80; 1,600—Dante Gadbois (GF) 5:07.40; 400 relay—Coupeville (Brandon Kelley, Stephen Edwards, Jared Helmstadter, Josiah Campbell) 48.80; 400—Matthew Hamilton (GF) 57.00; 300 hurdles—Rhys Gadbois (GF) 46.30; 800—Matthew Hampton (Coupeville) 2:13.10; 200—Matthew Hamilton (GF) 34.10; 3,200—Aaron Heidlage (S) 11:16.40; 1,600 relay—Coupeville (Stephen Edwards, Jared Helmstadter, Sam Landau, Matthew Hampton) 4:05.60; High jump—Aaron Flegel (GF) 6-01; Long jump—Steven Doubek (S) 21-04.5; Triple jump—Steven Doubek (S) 39-05.5; Shot put—Nick Streubel (C) 41-00.5; Discus—Nick Streubel (C) 120-01; Javelin—Michael Poyner (GF) 150-10; Pole vault—Tysen Campbell (GF) 11-00.

Girls

Team scores: not reported.

100 hurdles—Ruth Tess (S) 18.20; 100—Makana Stone (C) 13.60; 1,600—Jewelia Meischke (S) 5:57.60; 400 relay—Sultan (Zoei Wallace, Marissa Manoske, Jewelia Meischke, Sarah Swift) 55.70; 400—Makana Stone (C) 1:03.90; 300 hurdles—Madison Tisa-McPhee (C) 51.20; 800—Jewelia Meischke (S) 2:45.40; 200—Makana Stone (C) 27.80; 800 relay—Coupeville (Madison Tisa-McPhee, Sylvia Hurlburt, Makana Stone, Marisa Etzell) 1:53.90; High jump—Chloe Tutor (S) 4-09; Long jump—Hannah Risenmay (S) 13-10; Triple jump—Anna Biddle (S) 30-11.5; Shot put—Makayla McNaughton (S) 29-06; Discus—Makayla McNaughton (S) 107-07; Javelin—Makayla McNaughton (S) 89-06; Pole vault—Katie Street (S) 7-00.

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