Enumclaw track and field starts warming up | 2015 spring sports previews

The Enumclaw girls and boys track and field team is showing the speed and strength the Hornets were known for in the previous seasons. The team features multiple state champion KC Moulden, winner of the 2013 3A girls shot put title. She is also a three time state wrestling champion.

The Enumclaw girls and boys track and field team is showing the speed and strength the Hornets were known for in the previous seasons.

The team features multiple state champion KC Moulden, winner of the 2013 3A girls shot put title. She is also a three time state wrestling champion.

The girls team has a group of speeders in track events including senior Katie Christensen, sophomore Nikole Schroeder, and freshman Emmie Neu.

Also returning are Jillian Salkind, Tallie Carlson in field events and Emily Berte running hurdles.

The boys and girls competed in the South Puget Sound League 2A/3A jamboree Saturday at Sunset Stadium in Sumner. Murrell said, “The athletes could put on their uniform and get any early jitters out of the way. We had some positive results.”

For the girls, Schroeder ran third in the 100 meter in 13.65 seconds. Christensen was second in the 400 1:05.15.

Neu was third in the 800 in 2:34.10.

Moulden won the shot put reaching 41 feet, 11.75 inches. She was second in the discus hitting 118-09.

On the boys side in running events junior Jacob Eilertson and Hunter Storm, a freshman, posted some impressive times Saturday.

Storm won the 3,200 in 12:52.59 and Eilertson ran the 400 in 54.73 taking third.

In the field events sophomore Brandon Barnett took third in the high jump with 5-08.

Also returning for the boys are Jake Eilertson, Cameron Collingwood, Bryce Johnson, Trey Rodarte, Jason Ridenour and Tarik Hagen in running events.

Adam Rhodes, Jeremy Watts and Daniel Morrow return in field events.

Enumclaw hosts Bonney Lake 3:30 p.m. Thursday.

 

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