Kellogg leads boys; Jones tops for Lady Hornets Hornets keep on rolling

Thursday brought great success for the Enumclaw High track and field program, as both the boys’ and girls’ teams secured double-dual victories over Franklin Pierce and Clover Park.

Thursday brought great success for the Enumclaw High track and field program, as both the boys’ and girls’ teams secured double-dual victories over Franklin Pierce and Clover Park.

The Hornet boys scored a 91-54 decision over Franklin Pierce and a 98-46 victory over the Warriors. The EHS girls handled the Cardinals 107-42 and rolled to a 132-12 victory over the outmatched Clover Park squad.

The boys had plenty of successes, including a trio of two-time winners. Abe Kellogg won both the hurdle races, clocking times of 40.57 seconds in the 300 meters and 15.91 in the 110; Joe Berger ran a 4:44.3 in the 1,600 meters and 10:40.1 in the 3,200; and Chance Olson won the shot put with an effort of 43 feet, 7 inches and threw the javelin 162-2. Also a winner on the day was Braden Timpe, who finished the 800 meters in 1:58.2.

The Hornet girls were headed by triple-winner Stephanie Jones, who won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.05; took the 300 hurdles in 47.43 and captured the high jump by clearing 4-10.

Other Hornet girls notching victories were Carissa Gwerder, who covered the 3,200 meters in 12:19 and 800 meters in 2:28; Emily Eilertson, who clocked a 5:56.3 in the 1,600 meters; Stephanie Schreiner, 1:00.30 in the 400 meters and 17-9 in the long jump; Jillian Koontz, 8-0 in the pole vault; and Anna Forza, 98-9 in the javelin.

Reach Kevin Hanson at khanson@courierherald.com or 360-802-8205.

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