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BOYS TRACK & FIELD White River 80, Orting 63 GIRLS TRACK & FIELD White River 87, Orting 53

  • Friday, May 6, 2016 3:06pm
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BOYS TRACK & FIELD

White River 80, Orting 63

May 5 at White River

White River event winners: Lucas Selby 100 meters, 400 meters; Caleb Cochran 1,600 meters; Micah Armendariz 110 hurdles; Spencer Hall 300 hurdles, high jump, long jump; 4×100 relay (Selby, Alex Flynn, Ethan Clay, Hunter Heriot); 4×400 relay (Luke Krenning, Flynn, Jadon Flanders, Clay); Chase Weingard javelin; David Wright pole vault.

White River record: 1-4 league.

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

White River 87, Orting 53

May 5 at White River

White River event winners: Chloe Anastasi 100 meters, 200 meters; Kiana Harris 400 meters; Maddie Moser 3,200 meters; 4×100 relay (Anastasi, Hannah McGinnes, Chloe Mitchell, Kate Mauldin); 4×200 relay (McGinnes, Harris, Mitchell, Annabelle Hall); 4×400 relay (Mitchell, Anastasi, Kaitlan Larsen, Harris); Kelsey Bunker javelin; Mauldin pole vault; Brianne Wiens long jump; Francisca Smith triple jump.

White River record: 3-2 league.

 

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