In related news, Enumclaw High freshman Jack Morse took first in the high jump April 4, helping the Hornets to a 91-53 victory over visiting Kentridge. Photo by Kevin Hanson

In related news, Enumclaw High freshman Jack Morse took first in the high jump April 4, helping the Hornets to a 91-53 victory over visiting Kentridge. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Relay teams take Arnie Young title

The team is composed of Ricky Portillo, Foster Barnhart, Anthony Russell and Royal Snyder.

Enumclaw High’s 4×400 relay teams, both boys and girls, took top honors Saturday at the Arnie Young Invitational track and field meet.

The big, annual affair is hosted by Renton High and this year brought together 24 schools on the boys’ side and 23 for the girls. When all was completed, the EHS boys had claimed fifth place and the Hornet girls were seventh.

Making up the winning boys’ relay team were Ricky Portillo, Foster Barnhart, Anthony Russell and Royal Snyder. The girls relay squad consisted of Gracie Neu, Johanna Brown, Mia Ammons and Kayla Carlson.

Notching impressive individual placings were Brown, second at 400 meters; Kale Engebretsen, second in the 300-meter hurdles; Snyder, third at 400 meters; and Bryson Engebretsen, third in the 110-meter hurdles.


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