Prep track: Tomahawk Classic

At Quil Ceda Stadium

Top local finisher only


Team scores: Tahoma 162, Lakewood 159, Marysville Pilchuck 89. Issaquah 58, King’s 53, Snohomish 42, Oak Harbor 41, Squalicum 36, Ballard 34, Stanwood 13.

110 hurdles—1. Andrew Stich (L) 15.17; 100—1. Josh Dickey (L) 11.22; 1,600—3. John Rodeheffer (OH) 4:28.48; 400 relay—1. Marysville Pilchuck (Deion Stell, Dante Fields, Clifford Paulk, Austin Joyner) 43.44; 400—4. Dejon Devroe (OH) 52.27; 300 hurdles—1. Stich 39.55; 800—1. Kyler Sager (Sno) 1:56.30; 200—1. Dickey 23.20; 3,200—1. Rodeheffer 9:36.80; 1,600 relay—2. Lakewood (Ryan Whitehead, Drew Cabales, Connor Smith, Stich) 3:36.20; 3,200 relay—1. Lakewood (Alex Cooper, Douglas Davis, Preston Davis, Cabales) 8:04.90; High jump—2. Jared Hoidal (L) 5-6; Long jump—1. Chris Jones (MP) 21-6.25; Triple jump—1. Brett Bustad (L) 42-7.5; Shot put—2. Zach Jacobson (K) 51-5; Discus—1. Jacobson 150-3; Javelin—2. Stich 168-11; Pole vault—3. Zach Verge (MP) 11-6.


Team scores: Tahoma 137.5, Issaquah 117, King’s 105, Lakewood 83, Ballard 65, Oak Harbor 54.5, Squalicum 48, Marysville Pilchuck 40, Snohomish 33, Stanwood 30.

100 hurdles—4. Stephanie Smith (L) 17.68; 100—3. Ashley Driscoll (K) 13.38; 1,600—1. Kacey Kemper (K) 5:09.45; 400 relay—2. King’s (Driscoll, Miqueala Ishmael, Sarah Taylor, Anna Parker) 51.10; 400—2. Bethany Fisher (L) 1:00.12; 300 hurdles—1. Smith 49.33; 800—1. Britney Albro (L) 2:22.70; 200—2. Parker 28.00; 3,200—2. Jonalynn Horn (OH) 11:28.80; 800 relay—2. King’s (Driscoll, Taylor, Parker, Carlee Thiel) 1:51.40; 1,600 relay—3. Lakewood (Smith, Albro, Hunter Clark, Fisher) 4:13.60; 3,200 relay—2. Lakewood (Abigail Graf, Autumn Jensen, Darby Throndsen, Chloe McCann) 12:19.06; High jump—6. Marilyn Jones (K) 4-4; Long jump—1. Ali Anderson (Stan) 17-5.5; Triple jump—2. Skylar Benson (Sno) 33-5.25; Shot put—1. Karly Hibbard (K) 40-3; Discus—2. Sierra Decker (K) 110-6; Javelin—1. Hibbard 120-2; Pole vault—3. Morgan Shimkus (L) 9-0.

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