Ilwaco had one boys’ winner and nine girls’ champions in the six-team track meet on Thursday. No team scores were reported.
Ilwaco’s Daniel Whiting topped the 3200 (11:38.34) and Alayna Marsh in the 400 (1:07.4), Carli Kemmer in the 3200 (13:44.49), Elizabeth McMullen in the 100 hurdles (17.00) and javelin (100-5), Chandelle Thomas in the discus (81-7) and Abby Knopski in the long jump (13-11). All three of the Fishermen’s girls’ relay teams won as well.
Nisa Mendoza, Elle Personius, Tiana Ramsey and Sophia Marsh competed in the 4x100 (55.36); McMullen, Kaytlenn Whelden, Alayna Marsh and Eliza Bannister competed in the 4x200 (1:54.88); and Alayna Marsh, Estella Sheldon, Ramsey and Bannister competed in the 4x400 (4:41.8).
Kalama’s Jacob Herz placed first in the 100 meters (11.00), while teammate Isreal Jones topped the 200 (24.36).
Toutle’s Henry Foultner was first in the 400 (54.18), and Kalama’s 4x100 relay team of Tucker Wetmore, Colby Tucker, Jones and Herz finished first (46.02).
Kalama had several top finishers, Isaac Lozier topped the 800 (2:04.07), Addison Smee in the 1600 (4:50.58), Quentin Crews in the shot put (41-01.00), KC Larrangaga in the discus (132-02), and Nathan Anderson in the javelin (136-07)
Winlock’s Bryce Cline finished first in the high jump (5-08.00) and Ilwaco’s Parker Kaech topped the triple jump (35-10.00).
On the girls’ side, Toutle Lake’s winner included Maija Reinbold in the 100 (13.91 seconds), Meleah Kandoll in the 1600 (6:02.22) and Marissa Smith in the high jump (4 feet, 6 inches).
Kalama had three girls’ winners, as Melanie Martinez won the 200 (27.64), Bri Abbott won the 800 (2:49.72) and Ruby Jackson won the triple jump (29-11).
Lewis and Clark League Meet at Portland Christian: Clatskanie’s Cooper Blodgett and Ryan Watson won an event apiece and each helped two relays to victory in a four-team meet on Thursday in Portland.
Clatskanie won the boys’ meet with 94.5 points, followed by Portland Christian with 59.5.
Blodgett won the 100 (11.51 seconds), and Watson took the 110 hurdles (15.48). The duo also teamed with Crew Blodgett and Kees Tjaarda to win the 4x100 (45.34) and 4x400 (3:47.04).
Nathaniel Strong won the shot put (44 feet 4) and discus (130-5), Jakob Harris won the pole vault (10-6), and Justice Osborn was tops in the 300 hurdles (49.18).
Portland Christian slipped past Warrenton 67-64 for the girls’ team title, with Clatskanie finishing fourth with 50. Gina Limon won the 1500 (5:29.3) and 3000 (11:45.52), Victoria Griffith took the 100 hurdles (17.54) and 300 hurdles (51.34), and Natalie Katon won the javelin (94-3).
Lewis and Clark League meet at Oregon Episcopal: Rusti Gates helped two girls’ relays to victory and won a hurdling event in a five-team meet held on Thursday in Portland.
Riverdale outdueled Rainier 132-108 to win the girls’ meet. Gates won the 300 hurdles in 54.07 seconds, joined Maria Alberto, Hannah Ferrell and Alexandra Charlier on the top 4x100 relay in 56.83, and teamed with Alberto, Hailey Lane and Lilianna Flores on the winning 4x400 relay in 4:55.85. Breana Edwards won the high jump at 4 feet 10.
Rainier won the boys’ meet with 182 points, followed by Oregon Episcopal with 148. Jacob Bruce sprinted to victory in the 100 (11.77) and 200 (23.85), Peyton Reed won the 110 (17.51) and 300 hurdles (44.1), Easton Crape took the shot put (45-1) and discus (113-4), and Spencer Lentini took the pole vault at 11-6.
Castle Rock Meet: Nate Myklebust and Auna Dolan each won an event and assisted a top relay in a three-team Trico 1A League meet held at Rocket Stadium on Thursday.
Stevenson won the boys’ meet with 89 points, followed by Castle Rock with 66.5, and King’s Way with 8.5.
Myklebust sprinted to victory in the 200-meters (23.44 seconds), and teamed with Wyatt Partridge, Ryan Hurley and Connor Burton to win the 4x100 relay in 45.9. Jeran Keogh won the 2300 (12:13.94), Dylan House took the javelin (133-0), and Ethan Soyars, Kaden Johnson, Burton and Howard Beer won the 4x400 rekay in 4:01.12.
King’s Way won the girls’ meet with 59.5, followed Stevenson with 53.5, and Castle Rock with 45. Dolan won the javelin with a toss of 117-11, and joined Eva Sten, Kiana Reagor and Evyn Bell on the top 4x400 relay in 5:23.97. Nakayla Ehrhorn won the long jump at 14-4, and Amy Blodgett was tops in the 800 in 3:01.34.
Mossyrock Meet: Wahkiakum won two girls’ and one boys’ event in a four-team Central 2B League meet on Thursday.
Mossyrock won the girls’ meet with 88.5 points, followed by Wahkiakum with 52. Ellie Leitz won the 800 in 2:42.14, and Mckenzi Fluckiger won the long jump at 14-8.
Pe Ell won the boys’ meet with 96.5, with Wahkiakum placing fourth with 15. Braxton Johns won the 800 in 2:31.77.
Napavine Meet: Toledo’s Nicholas Marty and Abigail Rowe were each double-winners in a five-team Central 2B League meet held on Thursday.
Adna won the boys’ title with 135, with Toledo placing third with 86. Marty won the 1600 (5:01.37), and took the 3200 (11:13.57).
Rainier, Wash. took the girls’ meet with 101 points, followed by Toledo with 73. Rowe sprinted to victory in the 100 (13.66) and 200 (28.65). Ally Bacon won the javelin with a toss of 112-6, and Emily Tyner won the long jump at 4-8.
Toledo/Winlock United 4, Seton Catholic 0: Andreas Malunat netted goals in each half as United rolled to a Trico 1A League victory on Thursday in Vancouver.
Malunat opened the scoring in the 18th minute off a feed from Gustavo Barragan. He assisted a goal from Isaac Garibay in the 36th minute, and converted a shot in the 52nd minute. Barragan also scored off a Leandro Belmok assist in the 38th minute.
Allen Contreras had three saves, and Ethan Smith had a save.
Kelso at Chieftain invite: Liz Dolan took second place out of 68 golfers after shooting an 83 at Tri-Mountain on Thursday afternoon. Dolan was one stroke behind the leader, Ashley Clark of Camas. Payton Merrill shot a 113, and the team finished fifth with a 432. Camas took first with a 336.
Wahkiakum, Ilwaco at Astoria Invitational: Wahkiakum’s Zach Johnston scored a 22 and Ilwaco’s Blake Kukula placed second with a 32 using Stableford scoring on Thursday. Tyler St. Onge scored a 21 for Wahkiakum, which finished second as a team. Tillamook’s Carter Lee was medalist with 35 points.