Prep track: Terrace Relays

At Edmonds Stadium

Boys

Team scores: not reported.

Top local finishers

400 relay—1. Mountlake Terrace (Joshua Kim, Mason Stone, Quinnell Mason, Duane Dahl) 43.75; 300 hurdles—2. Jose Irizarry (Mariner) 42.21; 1500—2. Omar Abdulla (Shorewood) 4:20.50; 3,000 meters—2. Jack Pearce (Mountlake Terrace) 9:11.54; 1,200 relay—1. Shorewood (Chris Diaz, Jonah Hoverson, Jerren Johnson, Kant Xu) 2:41.34; 1,600 relay—1. Marysville Getchell (Daniel McNabb, Jesse jr Pavilando, Antonio Larson, Eugene Marcus) 3:40.13; Sprint medley 200—1. Archbishop Murphy (James Bieda, Isaac Westlund, Taylor Gipson, Prieur Pretorius) 2:38.98; Sprint medley 400—2. Mariner (Glenn Hunt, Earl Jones, Josh Williamson, Greg Whitaker) 2:42.20 Sprint medley 800—2. Shorewood (Michael Sutherland, Nathan Tipyasothi, Jason Edwards, Omar Abdulla) 5:13.51; Middle medley—5. Shorewood (AC Christianson, Aaron Miller, Shane Peterson, Keenan Stephens) 6:32.65; High jump—3. Zander Seymer (Marysville Getchell) 5-08; Long jump—Seymer (MG) 20-04.75; Triple jump—1. Gifton Okoronkwo (Mountlake Terrace) 43-04.75; Shot put—2. Alfredo Diaz-Rodriguez (Marysville Getchell) 42-10.50; Discus—2. Hector Ruiz (Mariner) 139-03; Javelin—2. Taz Frazier (Shorewood) 157-06; Pole vault—1. Malcolm Manson (Mariner) 13-06.

Girls

Team scores: not reported.

Top local finishers

100 hurdles—1. McKenna Hunt (Mountlake Terrace) 16.93; 1,500—4. Katherine Walter (Mountlake Terrace) 5:33.07; 2,400 relay—4. Marysville Getchell (Rachael Lefstad, Hannah Fink, Briaunna Heacock, Alina Lutz) 7:48.49; 3,000—1. Haley Suarez (Meadowdale) 10:37.08; 400 relay—1. Marysville Getchell (Bailie Weikel, Makenzie Terrell, Kelsee Crenshaw, Kyrin Jarvis) 51.42; 300 hurdles—1. Megan Ransom (Shorewood) 48.81; 1,200 relay—1. Shorewood (Ransom, Britt Blomso, Christina Garrison, Salyna McDonald) 3:06.11; 1,600 relay—5. Mountlake Terrace (Marie Auch-Schwelk, Hunt, Courtney Hammer, Barbara Biney) 4:40.53; Sprint medley 200—4. Shorewood (Garrison, Blomso, McDonald, Ransom) 3:04.21; Sprint medley 800—2. Marysville Getchell (Lutz, Taylor Cannal, Kaitlyn McCormick, Lefstad) 6:19.01; High jump—2. Alaina Olson (Shorewood) 4-10; Long jump—Chinne Okoronkwo (Mountlake Terrace 16-01.50; Triple jump—Okoronkwo (MLT) 37-01.50; Shot put—3. Danielle Openiano (Mariner) 32-02; Discus—1. Openiano (MA) 116-04; Javelin—2. Jordyn Kirchgessner (Archbishop Murphy) 104-08; Pole vault—1. Okoronkwo (MLT) 9-00.

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