Prep Track: Shoreline Meet

At Shoreline Stadium


Team scores: Team scores were not recorded.

110 hurdles—Reid Jones (K) 16.31; 100—David Fan (SW) 11.64; 1,600—Carter Osbourne (SC) 4:34.51; 800 relay—Shorewood (Spencer Tu, Chris Namba, Samuel Smith, David Fan) 1:33.55; 400—Aaron Kelly (SC) 51.81; 1,600 relay—Shorecrest (Matt Brennan, Keegan Lockler, David Ahern, Aaron Kelly) 3:42.02; 3,200 relay—Shorecrest (Kelly McCaffrey, Joseph Loiseau, C, Osbourne, David Brzovic) 8:47.80; High jump—Jones (K) 5-10; Long jump—Tu (SW) 19-06.50; Shot put—Mason Friedline (K) 46-09; Discus—Friedline (K) 108-08; Javelin—Joe Dexter (SC) 157-11.


Team scores: Team scores were not recorded.

100 hurdles—Alex Murphy (SC) 16.94; 100—Anna Parker (K) 13.83; 1,600—Lily Klevin (K) 6:04.16; 800 relay—Shorecrest (Sarah Beland, Onyie Chibuogwu, Amanda Banks, Waurrie Njadoe) 1:52.53; 400—Elise Froebe (SC) 1:09.80; 1,600 relay—Shorewood (Megan Ransom, Salyna McDonald, Nora Alexander, Christina Garrison) 4:26.04; 3,200 relay—King’s (Jubilee Zevenbergen, Grace Diede, Amelia Culp, L. Klevin) 11:39.15; High jump—Julia Teitzel (K) 4-08; Long jump—Banks (SC) 14-06; Shot put—Karly Hibbard (K) 33-05.50; Discus—Madeline Bell-Knight (SW) 87-04; Javelin—Aiko Mizumori-Canfield (SC) 114-00; Pole vault—Ransom (SW) 8-06.

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