Prep track: Tomahawk Classic

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Boys

Team scores: 1. Tahoma 153, 2. Lakewood 88, 3. Issaquah 73.5, 4. King’s 70, 5. Squalicum 58, 5. Marysville Pilchuck 58, 7. Graham-Kapowsin 48, 8. Stanwood 39, 9. Mountlake Terrace 34.5, 10. Oak Harbor 31, 11. Snohomish 29, 12. Anacortes 14.

Top local finishers

110 hurdles—1. Andrew Stich (L) 16.17; 100—1. Austin Joyner (MP) 11.73; 1,600—2. John Rodeheffer (OH) 4:30.07; 400 relay—1. Marysville Pilchuck (Joyner, Clifford Paulk, Chris Jones, Deion Stell) 44.06; 400—2. Ben King (Sno) 52.56; 300 hurdles—2. Stich 41.30; 800—6. Conrad Bratz (MT) 2:09.17; 200—Stell 23.05; 3,200—1. Rodeheffer 9:44.64; 1,600 relay—4. Marysville Pilchuck (Nicholas Alonso, Stell, Paulk, David Gloyd) 3:40.16;

3,200 relay—1. Lakewood (Drew Cabales, Alex Cooper, Peter Espinoza, Jake Ryan) 8:46.58; High jump—1. Justin Peterson (L) 6-0; Long jump—1. Trevor Shaw (Stan) 20-0; Triple jump—1. Blake Fernandez (MT) 41-4.5; Shot put—2. Mason Friedline (K) 50-1.5; Discus—4. Tristan Nelson (L) 135-11; Javelin—1. Beau Kennedy (MT) 171-3; Pole vault—2. Caleb Taylor (K) 13-6.

Girls

Team scores: 1. Tahoma 156, 2. Issaquah 135, 3. Marysville Pilchuck 79, 4. King’s 76, 5. Snohomish 69, 6. Oak Harbor 58, 7. Squalicum 50, 8. Lakewood 33, 9. Graham-Kapowsin 32, 10. Stanwood 28, 11. Mountlake Terrace 11, 12. Anacortes 1.

Top local finishers

100 hurdles—3, Daphne Kieling (K) 17.66; 100—2. Amanda Klep (MP) 13.24; 1,600—2. Kacey Kemper (K) 2:25.00; 400 relay—2. Marysville Pilchuck (Bianca Acuario, Klep, Mackenzie Nolte, Lacey McLean) 50.92; 400—2. Lauren Wheatley (Sno) 1:00.08; 300 hurdles—McLean 48.37; 800—1. Ariel Jensen (L) 2:24.59; 200—2. Klep 26.35; 3,200—1. Alex Laiblin (OH) 11:34.31; 800 relay—1. King’s (Sonja Barreto, Hope Hollinrake, Miqueala Ishmael, Michaela Hendrix) 1:50.03; 1,600 relay—2. Marysville Pilchuck (Bri King, Wesley Bradley, Klep, Nolte) 4:11.70; 3,200 relay—1. Oak Harbor (Laurgen Vagt, Hayley Lundstrom, Marisa Sligh, Ashley Everett) 10:14.14; High jump—1. Kellianne Cavin (Sno) 5-0; Long jump—3. Ali Anderson (Stan) 16-7; Triple jump—3. Julia Heichel (Stan) 33-3; Shot put—1. Karly Hibbard (K) 36-9.5; Discus—3. Anglica Cleveland (K) 100-7; Javelin—1. Skylar Cannon (L) 117-11; Pole vault—4. McLean 10-6.

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