Lakes senior Andre Winston Jr. scored a team-high 24 points, leading Washington to a 116-109 win over Oregon in the Northwest Shootout at Portland, Ore. Chelan’s Joe Harris chipped in 21 points as Washington beat Oregon for the fourth year in a row.
Washington girls also recorded their fourth straight victory, beating Oregon 86-73. Four Washington players scored in double-figures, led by Mead’s Jazmine Redmon’s 18 points.
Federal Way’s 4×100 relay team recorded the fastest time in the state at the Eason Invite at Snohomish. The quartet of Ezekiel McNeal, Maurice McNeal, Robert Shelby and Trenton Pinson finished in 42.49 seconds and also won the 4×400 in 3:23.00. Both times were meet records. Pinson also was first in the 100 and Shelby won the 300 hurdles.
Emerald Ridge’s Cory Okazaki claimed the 110 hurdles title and Elma’s Todd Jackson won the 800 and 1,600.
Franklin Pierce sprinter Germe Poston and Emerald Ridge hurdler Kayla Stueckle were each double-winners at the Easton Invitational. Poston blazed to times of 12.32 in the 100 and 25.16 in the 200. Stueckle clocked the state’s fastest time in the 100 hurdles (14.84) and won the 300 hurdles in 44.30.
Olympia won the team title, getting first-place finishes by Tayler Fettig in the high jump, Emily Waters in the long jump and the 4×100 relay.
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Sprinter Holly DeHart won two events, leading Kentwood to the girls team title at the Pasco Invite, one of the state’s most competitive regular season track and field meets. The Conquerors scored 56 points and second-place Jesuit of Portland, Ore., had 41. DeHart won the 100-meter sprint in 12.25 seconds and her time of 24.90 in the 200 is the fastest time in the state this season. She also placed second in the long jump. Kentwood thrower Alyx Toeaina was second in the shot put with a toss of 40 feet, 7 1/2 inches. Kentlake’s Madelayne Varela was first in the 400, finishing in 57.94 seconds, and Kentridge’s Katie Lake won the long jump with a leap of 17-8 1/2.
Tahoma’s Derek Eager won the discus and javelin at the Pasco Invite and Kent-Meridian’s boys showed they will be a force in the postseason with their second-place finish in the team standings. Eager’s winning mark of 229 feet, 5 inches in the javelin is the tops in the state and he recorded a throw of 177-4 to win the discus. Kent-Meridian placed first in the 4×100 and 4×400 relays and B.J. Arceneaux finished second in the 100 and 200, and Louis Garmon was second in the triple jump. The Royals totaled 54 points and Mead won with 60.
Auburn Riverside’s Kenny Krotzer won the 800, turning in the state’s fastest time in the event this season with a mark of 1:52.58. Central Kitsap’s Shane Moskowitz did the same when he won the 1,600 with a time of 4:13.81.
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River Ridge senior Aleah Cox threw a no-hitter, leading the Hawks to a 5-0 win against Timerline. Cox struck out nine, walked none and also went 2-for-3 with three RBI.
Emerald Ridge’s Jakob Smith scored in the 76th minute to tie Beamer as the Jaguars and Titans played to a 1-1 final. Michael Manolides scored for Beamer.