Prep track: Tacoma Invite

TACOMA — A number of strong finishes in the track events helped the Jackson boys and girls track and field teams to a sweep of the team results at the Tacoma Invitational on Saturday.

On the boys side, Aaron Roe won the 3,200-meter run and was fourth in the 1,600, and Wesley Love won the 800. John-Robert Woolley finished second in the 300 hurdles and Cordell Johnson took fourth in the 200. Love, Woolley, Johnson and Nick White teamed up to win the 1,600 relay by more than a second.

Mackenzie Hanson (100) and Jessica Rawlins (3,200) both won events and Anna Pischer took fourth in the 100 hurdles and the third in the 300 hurdles. She also took second in the triple jump. Brooke Kingma was third in the 800.

Mountlake Terrace’s Chinne Okoronkwo swept the pole vault and long jump events. The sophomore set a personal best with her jump of 12 feet, 6 inches in the pole vault.

At Stadium H.S.

Boys

Team results: 1. Jackson 87, 19. Mountlake Terrace 12, 27. King’s 6.

110 hurdles—15. Riley Morrin (MT) 17.48; 100—22. Stefan Pazevic (J) 12.31; 1,600—4. Aaron Roe (J) 4:22.82; 400 relay—5. Jackson (Andrew Ang, Stefan Pazevic, Cordell Johnson, John-Robert Woolley) 44.44; 400—16. Greg Bowman (MT) 54-0; 300 hurdles—2. Woolley 40.66; 800—1. Wesley Love (J) 1:59.73; 200—4. Cordell Johnson (J) 23.11; 3,200—1. Roe 9:25.90; 1,600 relay—1. Jackson (Nick White, Love, Woolley, Johnson) 3:30.14; High jump—15. Jordan Stow (J) 5-4; Long jump—11. Michael Liddell (MT) 19-3; Triple jump—13. Kelton Green (J) 37-3; Shot put—6. Brett Potter (MT) 45-8.75; Discus—5. Potter 131-3; Javelin—2. Josh Robison (J) 157-0; Pole vault—2. Robison 11-9.

Girls

Team results: 1. Jackson 82, 9. Mountlake Terrace 36, 26. Shoreline Christian 5.

100 hurdles—4. Anna Pischer (J) 16.23; 100—1. Mackenzie Hanson (J) 13.23; 1,600—8. Katherine Walter (MT) 5:30.56; 400 relay—2. Jackson (Chioma Acholonu, Mackenzie Hanson, Michal Jones, Mackenzie Monten) 51.22; 400—4. Natalie McPherson (SC) 1:02.01; 300 hurdles—3. Pischer 46.73; 800—3. Brooke Kingma (J) 2:27.00; 200—13. Hanson (J) 28.33; 3,200—1. Jessica Rawlins (J) 11:16.38; 800 relay—4. Jackson (Acholonu, Hanson, Monten, Jones) 1:50.11; 1,600 relay—4. Jackson (Jones, Monten, Acholonu, Pischer) 4:17.76; High jump—9. Kimberly Larson (J) 4-6; Long jump—1. Chinne Okoronkwo (MT) 17-3.5; Triple jump—2. Pischer 34-9.5; Shot put—5. Hailee Malins (MT) 34-9; Discus—6. Malins 104-3; Javelin—6. Karen Blackmer (J) 97-1; Pole vault—1. Okoronkwo 12-6.

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