Spartan boys, Panther girls earn bragging rights

Dreakeanna Adair took first in both shot put and discus.

Bonney Lake’s Dreakeanna Adair, a two-time defending state champion, easily won the shot put event during Thursday’s meet in Sumner. KEVIN HANSON PHOTO

Bonney Lake’s Dreakeanna Adair, a two-time defending state champion, easily won the shot put event during Thursday’s meet in Sumner. KEVIN HANSON PHOTO

Sumner and Bonney Lake shared success stories when they gathered the afternoon of May 3 for track and field honors.

The meet between district rivals ended with the Sumner boys defeating Bonney Lake 101-43, while the Panther girls handled their Spartan opponents 81-67.

The Sumner boys were paced by three-event winner Donovan Clark who was tops in the long jump and captured both hurdle races. Other winners for the Spartans were Tre Weed in the 100 meters; Derek Lee, 200 meters; Nicholas Yochum, 400 meters; Matthew Holme, 800 meters; Adam Sjolund, 3,200 meters; Ethan Talley, high jump; Steven Konwent, pole vault; and David Davydenko, triple jump.

Sumner also won the 4×100 relay race with Deontrae Stoudemire, Clark, Lee and Weed doing the honors.

Among the Bonney Lake boys, Jackson Gibbon won twice, taking both the shot put and discus. Other winners were Cayan Dibble in the 1,600 meters, Jacob Ashley in the javelin and the 3×400 crew of Amitri Allen, Dibble, Oudhom Fulton and Marcus Trent.

The Bonney Lake girls’ winning effort was sparked by three-time winner Tanya Dean, who took top honors in the triple jump, as well as both hurdle races. Winning two events were Dreakeanna Adair, shot put and discus, and Katie Fryberger, high jump and pole vault. Other event winners for the Panther girls were Zoey Daviney, 400 meters; Faith Younce, 3,200 meters; and Gabriella Salinas, javelin.

Bonney Lake also won the 4×200 relay behind Emelia Ballard, Summer Kober, Tyra Lindula and Daviney.

For Sumner, winning on the girls side were Madisen Gustafson in the 100 meters; Madison Blanco, 200 meters; Emma Sjolund, 800 meters; McKenna Wilson, 1,600 meters; and Morgan Devine, long jump.

Sumner also won the 4×100 relay (Blanco, Clark, Gracie Gross and Gustafson) and 4×400 relay (Lanayia Krehbeil-Richardson, Sjolund, Claire LeGallo and Eva Penney).

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