Spartan girls track takes second at West Central District III tournament

The Spartans finished with 82 points. First-place team North Kitsap finished with 88 and third-place team Renton finished with 65.

Kimi Nakayama leapt 10 vertical feet in the West Central District III pole vault finals.

Sumner High School’s girls track and field team took second place at the West Central District III 2A tournament, held on the Sumner campus Saturday. The Spartans finished with 82 points. First-place team North Kitsap finished with 88 and third-place team Renton finished with 65.

Results following are from the tournament finals.

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On the 800-meter dash, senior Natasha Wilson finished in second place, in 2 minutes, 21.79 seconds.

On the 1600-meter dash, sophomore Alyssa Murray finished second in 5:17.37.

On the 3200-meter dash, junior Abi Hensler finished third in 11:36.12.

On the 300-meter hurdle race, senior McKenna Woodworth finished third in 47.35 seconds.

On the 4-by-100 meter relay, the Spartans finished second in 52.12 seconds. The team consisted of McKenna Woodworth, Alexa Daninger, Kaitlyn Shearer and Amanda Riley.

On the 4-by-400 relay, the Spartans finished third in 4:10.91. The team consisted of Wilson, Hensler, Rachel Stowell, and Murray.

On the javelin throw, sophomore Alexandra Espinda finished second, throwing 109 feet, 2 inches.

On the pole vault, junior Kimi Nakayama finished second, jumping 10 vertical feet.

Sumner’s boys track and field team finished in 12th place in the men’s tournament.

In the 3A West Central District III tournament, Bonney Lake’s girls team finished in 16th place with 10 points. The boys team finished in 21st place with 5 points.

 

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