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Schreiner leads Enumclaw track again with three dominant victories

Thursday brought one win and one loss for both the Enumclaw High boys and girls track teams.

Competing in Purdy against the host Peninsula High Seahawks, the EHS girls defeated Bonney Lake 88-68 but fell to Peninsula 93-57. The EHS boys whipped Bonney Lake 82-59 but lost 111-34 to the talented Seahawks.

The Enumclaw girls had a three-time winner in Stephanie Schreiner. She was tops in the triple jump with an effort of 33 feet, 5 inches, won the 100-meter dash in a time of 12.66 seconds and took the 800 meters with a clocking of 2:33.41.

Other first-place finishers for the EHS girls were Carissa Gwerder, who won the 1,600 meters in 5:35.50; AnnaMarie Forza, who won the javelin with a throw of 113-8; and Hailey Olafson, pole vault, 8-0. EHS also took first in the 800-meter relay, as the team of Angela Lindsey, Jillian Koontz, Alysa Bailey and Forza combined for a time of 1:52.24.

Taking second-place honors for the EHS girls were Emily Eilertson in the 800 meters and Koontz in the pole vault.

The Enumclaw High boys had first-place finishes from Darek Goch, 100 meters, 11.78; Joe Cerne, javelin, 178-11; and David Brazier, pole vault, 13-0. Also first across the line was the EHS 400-meter relay team of Goch, Robby Johnson, Derek Forza and Zack Mason with a time of 45.38.

Placing second for EHS were Jordan Grant, discus, 136-9; Logan Ross, pole vault, 11-5; and the 1,600-meter relay team of Johnson, Larry Calvert, Branden Russell and Braden Timpe, 3:31.87.

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