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Enumclaw boys put bite on Gators | EHS TRACK AND FIELD
With an icy wind whipping across the Enumclaw High campus Thursday afternoon, the Hornet boys track and field team managed a decisive 98-47 victory over the visiting Decatur Gators.
Things didn’t go as well for the EHS girls, who fell to the visitors from Federal Way 82-67.
Hornet boys placing first were Bryson Grant in the 100 meters; Jacob Eilertson, 400 meters; Jeff Dahlquist, 800 meters; Alec Rhome, 1,600 meters; Tyler Bogh, 3,200 meters; Brandon Streeper, shot put; Harjot Bassi, discus; Markus Fornelius, javelin; Erik Van Hulse, high jump; Victor Haberland, pole vault; Trey Rodarte, triple jump; and the 4x400-meter relay team of Van Hulse, Kai Collingwood, Rodarte and Rob Tuttle.
The Enumclaw girls were paced by a trio of two-time winners. K.C. Moulden took top honors in both the shot put and discus; Aleea Gwerder won the 200 and 400 meters; and Maria Blad captured both the 100- and 300-meter hurdles.
Other EHS girls with first-place finishes were Hannah Calvert, 1,600 meters; Tallie Carlson, javelin; Olivia Bannerot, high jump; and the 4x200-meter relay team of Katie Christensen, Bannerot, Katie Holland and Victoria Hernandez.