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Track: White River coasts past Bonney Lake

The White River High boys had an easy time Thursday, defeating visiting Bonney Lake and the Lakes Lancers in South Puget Sound League 3A track and field action. The Hornet boys downed Bonney Lake 98-47 and whipped Lakes 96-49.

Things were a bit tougher for the Hornet girls, who took a slim 71-70 victory over Lakes and tied Bonney Lake at 75 apiece.

Kramer Green was a two-time winner on the day, taking first in both hurdle races. He won the 110-meter race in 16.24 seconds and took the 300-meter hurdles in 40.38.

Other first-place performances were turned in by Collin Green, who ran the 400 meters in 50.64; Marcus Dickson, who finished the 1,600 meters in 4:31.75; Kody Gould, 3,200 meters, 110:30.20; Blake Halvorson, discus, 113 feet, 2 inches; Todd Paine-Walsh, javelin, 152-06; Austin Shirey, pole vault, 12-06; and the 1,600-meter relay team of Kramer Green Marcus Dickson, Mat Dickson and Colln Green, 3:29.69.

Earning second-place honors were Collin Green in both the 100 and 200 meters; Mat Dickson, 800 meters; Sterling Frye, 3,200 meters; Halvorson, shot put and javelin; Scott Smith, discus; and Evan Mays-Scriven, pole vault.

Placing third for the Hornet boys were Nate Lenhart in the 800 meters; Michael Madden in the 300-meter hurdles; Caleb Murphy in the shot put and discus; Doug Mays Scriven, javelin; Aaron Toman, pole vault; Evan Mays-Scriven, long jump; and Hunter Chadwick, triple jump.

The White River girls were sparked by Carley McCutchen, who won both hurdle races, setting a school record in the process. She established a new Hornet standard in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.22 and won the 300-meter event in 45.41.

Also turning a pair of first-place performances was Alysa Aasheim, who won the 100-meter dash in 13.37 and captured the javelin with a throw of 111-01.

The Hornets also received winning efforts from Cassidy France, who took the 200 meters in 27.12, and the 800-meter relay team of Aasheim, Jessica Lindner, France and McCutchen, who clocked a 1:48.44.

Placing second for the Hornet girls were France in the 100 meters; Antoinette Scholes, javelin; McCutchen, high jump; Kelly Coyle, pole vault; Jessica Tidwell, long jump; and the 400- and 1,600-meter relay teams. Finishing third for White River were Lauryn Wate in the 1,600 meters; Scholes in the discus; and Sierra Gulla, javelin.

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