Prep track: Cashmere Invitational

At Cashmere H.S.

Top local finishers


Team scores: Meridian 111, Cashmere 104, Quincy 93, Lynden 87, King’s 69, Naches Valley 46, La Conner 45, Sultan 42, Cle Elum/Roslyn 27, LaSalle 16, Cascade (Leavenworth) 15, Okanogan 8.

110 hurdles—6. Zachary Schober (K) 17.0; 100—6. Andrew Mackey (S) 11.9; 1,500—5. Jonathan Yu (K) 4:41.35; 400 relay—5. King’s (Alex Brouwer, Zachary Schober, Matt Hartmann, Ryan Mills) 46.24; 400—5. Deon Freymuth (S) 54.36; 300 hurdles—9. Zachary Schober (K) 44.98; 800—1. Hunter Bryson (K) 2:03.88; 200—4. Deon Freymuth (S) 23.59; 3,000—1. Andrew Ayers (K) 9:41.74; 1,600 relay—3. Sultan (Deon Freymuth, Jaden Reilly, Andrew Mackey, Steven Doubek) 3:51.23; High jump—6. Tyree Jones (K) 5-4; Long jump—1. Steven Doubek (S) 20-4; Triple jump—4. Sam Tomkins (K) 38-3; Shot put—3. Mason Friedline (K) 46-9.25; Discus—5. Mason Friedline (K) 116-10; Javelin—2. Steven Doubek (S) 158-5; Pole vault—4. Caleb Taylor (K) 11-6.


Team scores: Cashmere 130.5, King’s 110.5, Lynden 102.5, Meridian 87, Sultan 57.5, LaSalle 44, Naches Valley 36, La Conner 33, Cascade (Leavenworth) 32, Okanogan 26, Quincy 22, Cle Elum/Roslyn 21.

100 hurdles—3. Kristen Maggs (K) 17.09; 100—1. Ashley Driscoll (K) 13.04; 1,500—3. Kacey Kemper (K) 5:15.24; 400 relay—3. King’s (Emily Cline, Ashley Driscoll, Michaela Hendrix, Miqueala Ishmael) 52.93; 400—4. Savanna Hanson (K) 1:05.01; 300 hurdles—6. Amberly Khamsaly (S) 51.32; 800—2. Kacey Kemper (K) 2:36.36; 200—1. Ashley Driscoll (K) 26.94; 3,000—1. McKenna Smith (K) 11:57.45; 800 relay—4. King’s (Ashley Driscoll, Michaela Hendrix, Maddy Shinn, Savanna Hanson) 1:54.37; 1,600 relay—4. King’s (Grace Diede, Kacey Kempter, Kristen Maggs, Savanna Hanson) 4:36.52; High jump—3. Julia Teitzel (K) 4-8; Long jump—8. Hannah Risenmay (S) 14-5; Triple jump—6. Hannah Risenmay 30-10; Shot put—2. Karly Hibbard (K) 33-7; Discus—2. Madison Stillwell (S) 107-0; Javelin—4. Karly Hibbard (K) 102-9; Pole vault—4. Makenna Dreher (K) 6-6.

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