Prep track: Chuck Randall Relays

At Arlington H.S.


Team scores: Arlington 125.93, Burlington-Edison 80.57, Mount Si 74.89, Cascade 68.27, Lakewood 65.97, Glacier Peak 55.96, Sedro-Woolley 54.97, Mt. Vernon 39.92.

Top local finishers

110 hurdles—1. Jared Alskog (A) 15.96; 100—1. Skylor Elgarico (A) 11:59; 1,600—1. Jameson Wren (A) 4:46.74; 400 relay—2. Arlington (Skylor Elgarico, Jayden Jira, Albert Abes, Max Gray) 45.28; 400 relay (throwers)—2. Arlington (Blake Beacham, Jay Moore, Brandon Pless, Dustin Watts) 51.00; 800 sprint medley—3. Arlington (Jon Rabourn, Sean Patnode, Noah Andal, Alex Hayward) 1:44.77; Distance medley—2. Lakewood (Preston Davis, Drew Cabales, Alex Cooper, Douglas Davis) 11:20.52; 1,600 relay—2. Arlington (Anthony Dill, Jared Alskog, Nicholas Taylor, Max Gray) 3:35.93; 3,200 relay—1. Arlington (Ivan Baez, AJ Passalacqua, Pieter Andrews, Jameson Wren) 8:58.31; High jump—1. Justin Peterson (L) 6-0; Long jump—1. Kaleb Dobson (C) 20-3; Triple jump—1. Kaleb Dobson (C) 41-1.5; Shot put—1. Dan Boyden (A) 51-2.25; Discus—1. Dan Boyden (A) 166-1; Javelin—1. Steven Gallardo (C) 152-6; Pole vault—3. Dominick Tompkins 10-6.


Team scores: Arlington 94.94, Mount Si 75.96, Burlington-Edison 74.95, Glacier Peak 69.97, Lakewood 63.92, Mt. Vernon 62.93, Sedro-Woolley 36.99, Cascade 15.98.

Top local finishers

100 hurdles—1. Jessica Ludwig (A) 17.30; 100—1. Diamond Martin (A) 13.58; 1,600—1. Katie Bianchini (GP) 5:02.70; 400 relay—1. Arlington (McKenzie Corpron, Diamond Martin, Sheltyn Rose, Darby Winterer) 52.32; 400 relay (throwers)—1. Mt. Vernon (Josie DeCoursey, Nyla Lee, Brandi Mclean, Shanayla Yantis) 1:00.75; 800 sprint medley—1. Mt. Vernon (Kylie Terwilliger, Anjella Alejo, Shanayla Yantis) 2:00.48; Distance medley—1. Glacier Peak (Megan Davis, Katie Bianchini, Katherine Dittman, Sydney Mendenhall) 13:15.32; 1,600 relay—2. Arlington (Karlie Hurley, Jesse Guyer, Madeleine Hutchison, Mackenzie Hutchison) 4:19.39; 3,200 relay—2. Arlington (Olivia Capron, Alana Handy, Kim Rabenstein, Katie Studebaker) 10:44.38; High jump—1. Mikayla Ingram (GP) 4-10; Long jump—1. India Smith (GP) 15-11; Triple jump—1. India Smith (GP) 34-2; Shot put—1. Lyndsay Leatherman (A) 37-4; Discus—1. Marissa Swegle (A) 105-3; Javelin—1. Lyndsay Leatherman (A) 131-2; Pole vault—2. Jenna Hess (GP) 9-6.

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