Prep Track: Meadowdale Meet

At Edmonds Stadium


Team scores: Lake Stevens 130.5, Meadowdale 50.5; Lake Stevens 106.5, Edmonds-Woodway 73.5; Edmonds-Woodway 111, Meadowdale 63.

110 hurdles—Robert Lund (LS) 100—Margaryonta Kilcup (M) 10.88; 1,600—Mason Nicol (LS) 4:35.49; 400 relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Jacob Roling, Obioha Okereke, Tanner Berndahl, Kort Kamacho) 44.49; 400—Beau Klick (LS) 53.43; 300 hurdles—Robert Lund (LS) 43.34; 800—Scott Schmitt (LS) 2:07.24; 200—Kamacho (EW) 22.55; 3,200—Jack Griffing (EW) 10:14.13; 1,600 relay—Lake Stevens (no names reported) 3:38.02; High jump—Kilcup (M) 6-02;Long jump—Moussa Sanoh (LS) 20-01.75; Triple jump—Sanoh (LS) 39-05; Shot put—Carey Campbell (LS) 55-11; Discus—Wyatt Meyring (EW) 147-03; Javelin—Tevin Grey (LS) 153-06; Pole vault—Grant Reimers (LS) 9-06.


Team scores: Edmonds-Woodway 128, Meadowdale 44; Edmonds-Woodway 94.5, Lake Stevens 82.5; Lake Stevens 117, Meadowdale 46.

100 hurdles—Samantha McGee (LS) 15.76; 100—Djenne Dickens (EW) 12.42; 1,600—Hailey Kettel (EW) 5:27.78; 400 relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Dickens, Fatou Jatta, Jenny Park, Claire Popke) 53.06; 400—Alexandria Chang (M) 1:07.91; 300 hurdles—Rachel Stone (EW) 50.06;

800—Kettel (EW) 2:31.19; 200—Dickens (EW) 25.48; 3,200—Haley Suarez (M) 11:14.26; 800 relay—Lake Stevens (no names reported) 1:53.30; 1,600 relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Stone, Dickens, Cameron McCarthy, Kettel) 4:27.52; High jump—McGee (LS) 5-02; Long jump—McGee (LS) 14-08;

Triple jump—Rachel Alexander (EW) 30-10; Shot put—Brittany Delaney (LS) 29-00.50; Discus—Rachel McDaniel (LS) 87-01; Javelin—Victoria Lebesis (EW) 97-02; Pole vault—Lisa Hartwell (LS) 7-06.

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