Track and field athletes from Naselle and Wahkiakum High Schools won district meet championships last Friday at Raymond.
Naselle Comet Rob Baker won two; he claimed the long jump title with a mark of 20'4" and the 110m hurdle race in 15.61. Team mate Chandler Chapman cleared 6'2" to win the high jump title.
For the Wahkiakum Mules, Blaine Land won the discus, 110-5, and the shot put, 37-0. Brett Chaput won the boys discus, 150', and placed fourth in the javelin142-6.
They'll all head to Cheney for the state Class 2B meet Friday and Saturday.
Also for Naselle, Katie Green placed third in the 3200m, 12:41.42, and earned a trip to the state meet. She placed sixth in the 1600m, 6:20.43, earning team points but not advancing to state in that event.
On the boys side, Cramer Smith will compete in the state 1600m; he placed fourth at district in 4:47.
Smith also placed fifth in the 3200m, 11:09.7, but didn't qualify for state. Baker placed fifth in the high jump, 5-10, and Kyler Wulf was seventh in the pole vault, 9-6.
Earning team points at district but not advancing to state for the Mules were Collan Riley, sixth in the 1600m, 4:58.8; Lars Blix, sixth in the discus, 121-6; Chaput, seventh in the shot put, 42-4.5, and the 4x400m relay team of Collan Riley, Nathan Cothren, Connar Riley and Adam Vasion, seventh in 3:47.28.
Note: An early version of this story incorrectly listed Blaine Land's throw in the shot put preliminaries as her final throw; in the finals, she beat that mark by 2'1".