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Track: Enumclaw wrangles past Capital
Both the Enumclaw High boys and girls track and field teams were successful Thursday, picking up nonleague victories against the Capital Cougars.
The nonleague meet at Olympia’s Ingersoll Stadium saw the Hornet boys win a close one, 76-69. The EHS girls had an easier time, taking an 88-61 decision.
The Enumclaw High girls were paced the three-time winner Stephanie Schreiner. She was tops in the 100 meters with a time of 13.49 seconds, took the 200 meters in 27.3 and won the 400 meters in 58.65.
Other first-place winners for the EHS girls were Emily Eilertson, who won the 800-meter race in 2:34.30; Miki Barry, first in the 100-meter hurdles, 19.13; AnnaMarie Forza, who won the javelin with a throw of 109 feet, 3 inches; Jillian Koontz, pole vault; 8-0; and Molly Calyer, triple jump, 26-5.5.
Enumclaw girls also took the 400-meter and 800-meter relay races. Competing in the shorter distance were Alysa Bailey, Angela Lindsey, Koontz and Kelsey Hopkins. The winning 800 team consisted of Bailey, Forza, Lindsey and Hopkins.
Claiming second place for EHS were Lindsey, 200 meters; Carissa Gwerder, 800 meters; Sheridan Lewis, 10-meter hurdles; Barry, 300-meter hurdles and long jump; Kayla Rodarte, shot put; Colyer, javelin; Hailey Olafson, pole vault; Kara Swenson, triple jump; and the 1,600-meter relay team of Amber Cox, Caitlin Harris, Gwerder and Eilertson.
A pair of Enumclaw boys were double winners on the afternoon. Abe Kellogg won both hurdle races, capturing the 110 meters with a time of 16.6 and the 300 intermediate hurdles in 42.99, and Trulan Rockwood dominated the jumps, sailing 18-10 inches to win the long jump and going 39-6.5 in the triple jump.
Also taking first-place honors for the boys were Braden Timpe, who won the 400 meters in 53.35, and both the 400- and 1,600-meter relay teams. The 400-meter crew consisted of Derek Forza, Zack Mason, Darek Goch and Robby Johnson, while the 1,600-meter team was made up of Johnson, Kellogg, Timpe and Larry Calvert.
Placing second for the EHS boys were Goch in both the 100 and 200 meters; Branden Russell, 400 meters; Ryan Weller, 1,600 meters; Jason Greer, 110-meter hurdles; Jordan Grant, discus; Joe Cerne, javelin; Rockwood, high jump; and David Brazier, both the pole vault and long jump.