Spartans track and field ready to take on state meet | Slideshow

The Spartans track and field team continued a long tradition of excellence at the West Central District meet Friday and Saturday at Sunset Stadium in Sumner.

Sumner High will be sending a large group of athletes to state.

The Spartans track and field team continued a long tradition of excellence at the West Central District meet Friday and Saturday at Sunset Stadium in Sumner.

The girls team took second with 83 points and the boys sixth with 45.

The next stop is the Class 2A state track and field championship set for Thursday through Saturday at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.

For both the boys and girls, the top five in each event earned a state berth

Girls to state

The 1,600 relay team took first at districts in 4 minutes, 6.69 seconds with Emma Bakke, Rachel Stowell, Kinsey Saiz and Alyssa Murray running.

The 800 relay team of Bakke, Kelsie Colman, Murray and Janelle Purser took fifth 1:50.18.

Murray was second in the 800 meters in 2:20.72.

Sierra Tinsley was third in the 100 hurdles in 16.04 and Amanda Riley was second in the 300 hurdles in 47.47.

In the field freshman Rhaven Dean    hit 121 feet, 6 inches for first in the javelin. Alexandra Espinda was third in the javelin hitting 117-05.

Kimi Nakayama took first in the pole vault clearing 10-03.

Khenya Dean was fourth in the discus throw marking 104-06.

Boys to state

In the field events Andrew Andrada was first in the pole vault clearing 14-6 inches.

Kolby Nikolaisen took fifth reaching 12-00.

Montana Galias hit 160-00 in the javelin, taking third.

In running events, Josh Riley took fourth in the 300-meters hurdles in 40.37 seconds and fifth in the 110 hurdles in 15.70.

The 400 meters relay team of Andrew Andrada, Brandon Tuilaepa, Kolby Nikolaisen and Dejon Lynch took fourth in 44.54.

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