Prep track: Viking Invite

At Inglemoor H.S.

South Whidbey top finisher only

Boys

Teams: Inglemoor, South Whidbey.

110 hurdles—5. Caleb Hellinger 19.05; 100—3. Hunter Parrick 12.06; 1,600—1. Cole Zink 4:43.27; 400 relay—South Whidbey (Nick French, Parrick, Steven Casey, Kale Reichersamer) 46.89; 300 hurdles—6. Hellinger 51.45; 800—2. Zink 2:09.05; 200—7. Parrick 24.97; 3,200—1. Chris Anderson 10:59.99; 1,600 relay—3. South Whidbey (Anderson, French, Parrick, Zink) 3:46.38; Long jump—2. Reichersamer 19-0.25; Triple jump—3. Brandon Asay 36-6.25; Shot put—2. Angus Jones 39-9.5; Discus—4. Hellinger 96-9; Javelin—1, French 154-0; Pole vault—2. Andy Madsen 11-6.

Girls

Team: Inglemoor, South Whidbey, Roosevelt.

100—5. Maia Sparkman 13.95; 1,600—1. Lillianna Stelling 5:18.28; 400 relay—3. South Whidbey (Paige Farmer, Sparkman, Anna Hood, Madi Boyd) 53.64; 400—5. Hood 1:11.50; 800—4. Nora Felt 2:29.17; 200—6. Farmer 29.69; 3,200—7. Bonnie Klamm 13:16.47; 1,600 relay—2. South Whidbey (Boyd, Jaime Rodden, Stelling, Felt) 4:26.54; High jump—2. Zoe Tapert 4-4; Shot put—1. Angelina Berger 36-9; Discus—3. Berger 93-2; Javelin—7. Kristen Schuster 58-9.

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