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Enumclaw track and field take a break from SPSL
Taking a break from SPSL 3A action, the Enumclaw High track and field crew competed in two recent invitation meets.
First came the 50th annual Bill Harris Invitational, staged April 17 at Federal Way Memorial Stadium.
Leading the way for the EHS boys were Matt Wisisco, who took first place in the javelin, and Logan Ross, who won the pole vault competition.
Other posting top-five finishes were Cory Johnson, second, 1,600 meters; Kolton Carlson, third, discus; Adrian Monstad-Rios, third, pole vault; Peter Berger, fifth, 800 meters; and Alec Rhome, fourth, 3,200 meters.
The Enumclaw girls also posted a pair of individual champions. AnnaMarie Forza easily outdistanced the field in the javelin and Jillian Salkind had the day’s best effort in the high jump.
Other EHS girls finishing in the invitational’s top five were Maria Blad, second, 100-meter hurdles; Chandler Weiman, third, 1,600 meters; Taryn Schreiner, third 3,200 meters; Sierra Carlson, third, discus; Tallie Carlson, third, javelin; Anna Holdener, fourth, discus; Sherry Baer, fourth, pole vault; Olivia Bannerot, fourth, long jump; Mackenzie Bull, fifth, 3,200 meters; Diane Lindsey, fifth, 200 meters; and Katie Christensen, fifth, 400 meters. Placing third were the 4x200 relay team of Katie Holland, Christensen, Lindsey and Bannerot and the 4x400 relay team of Weiman, Reilly Desmul, Christensen and Bannerot.
Saturday, the Enumclaw High girls placed third and the Hornet boys were fifth at the Terrace Invitational track and field meet at Edmonds Stadium.
The EHS girls posted a trio of individual event champions. Bannerot was tops in the 200-meter race, Forza won the javelin and Baer bested the field in the pole vault.
Other Enumclaw High girls with impressive showings Saturday were Katie Christensen, second in the 400 meters; Sierra Carlson, second in both the shot put and discus; Bannerot, second in the long jump; Lindsey, third in the 200 meters; Tallie Carlson, second in the javelin; and Salkind, third in the high jump.
The Enumclaw High boys also had three winners on the day. Johnson captured the 1,600-meter race, Carlson won the discus and Monstad-Rios was tops in the pole vault.
Also placing high for EHS were Zack Mason, third in both the 100 and 400 meters, and Bryson Grant, third in the 200 meters.