Prep track: Cashmere Invite

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Local team scores: 1. King’s 89, 8. Sultan 30, 11. South Whidbey 12.

top local finishers

110 hurdles—5. Reid Jones (King’s) 16.18; 100—3. Alex Brouwer (King’s) 11.30; 1,500—1. Andrew Ayers (King’s) 4:28.70; 400 relay—2. King’s (Brouwer, Daniel Fouty, Caleb Taylor, Ryan Mills) 45.34; 400—5. Hunter Bryson (King’s) 54.67; 300 hurdles—4. Jones (King’s) 43.07; 800—1. Ayers (King’s) 2:06.46; 200—1, Brouwer (King’s) 22.96; 3,000—3. Chris Anderson (South Whidbey) 9:56.95; 1,600 relay—3. King’s (Brouwer, Duncan Cull, Ayers, Mills) 3:47.77; High jump—1. Jones (King’s) 6-02.00; Long jump—2. Steven Doubek (Sultan) 21-01.50; Triple jump—1. Doubek (Sultan) 40-11.25; Shot put—3. Andrew Boivin (King’s) 46-00.75; Discus—7. Angus Jones (South Whidbey) 109-02; Javelin—6. Karl Sather (King’s) 147-03;

Pole vault—3. Taylor (King’s) 13-00.


Local team scores: 3. King’s 64, 4. South Whidbey 53.5, 12. Sultan 9.

top local finishers

100 hurdles—3. Daphne Kieling (King’s) 17.30; 100—5. Anna Parker (King’s) 13.33; 1,500—5. Jewelia Meischke (Sultan) 5:25.25; 400 relay—3. South Whidbey (Anna Hood, Madi Boyd, Paige Farmer, Maia Sparkman) 53.86; 400—5. Whitney Naber (King’s) 1:04.78; 300 hurdles—3. Kieling (King’s) 49.77;

800—5. Meischke (Sultan) 2:37.49; 200—8. Chrishelle Sentman (Sultan) 28.80; 3,000—5. Lily Kleven (King’s) 11:54.20; 800 relay—3. King’s (Morgan Grimm, Parker, Naber, Hope Hollinrake) 1:55.48; 1,600 relay—4, South Whidbey (Hood, Nora Felt, Sparkman, Boyd) 4:28.13; High jump—2. Julia Teitzel (King’s) 5-01; Long jump—5. Morgan Grimm (King’s) 14-01.00; Triple jump—6. Hannah Risenmay (Sultan) 29-08; Shot put—2. Karly Hibbard (King’s) 32-08.50; Discus—3. Kristen Schuster (South Whidbey) 100-03; Javelin—2, Hibbard (King’s) 121-04; Pole vault—9. Rachel Mills (King’s) 7-00.

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