The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Track and Field

 


The Wahkiakum Mules Track and Field team traveled to Napavine on April 1 to compete against four other teams. The Mules took third place in both boys’ and girls’ competition, with 62 and 36 points respectively.

Boys’ results:

200 meters—6. Jacob Johnson 27.26; 800 meters—4. Daniel Spisla-Hongel 3:02.41, 6. Biel Galve 3:16.46; 1600 meters—6. Jacob Johnson 6:04.48; 3200 meters—3. Nathan Garrett 13:21.88, 4. Tomme Rossi 14:00.71; 4x100 meter relay 3. Jacob Johnson, Jerimyah Johnson, Rossi, Landon Nielsen 53.16; Shot put—2. Eli Moon 36-04; Discus—1. Moon 103-05, 5. Cayden Mendez 74-08; High jump—1. Nielsen 5-04, 5. (tie) Galve and Rossi 4-06.

Girls’ results:

200 meters—5. Megan Leitz 32.11; 400 meters—3. Leitz 1:12.45; 100 meter hurdles—5. Lilian Hale 22.05; 4x200 meter relay—3. Jansi Merz, Lilian Hale, Teylor Sauer, Leitz 2:08.71; Shot put—1. Kamryn Watkins 34-04, 2. Nalani Schultz 29-06.5, 3. Merz 29-03.5, 4. Hale 25-01, 5. Reigha Niemeyer 24-03; Discus—1. Merz 123-08, 2. Schultz 92-03, 3. Kimberlee Watkins 75-03; Javelin—1. Kamryn Watkins 89-07, 4. Schultz 77’, 5. Niemeyer 74-05, 6. Kimberlee Watkins 72-08; High Jump—5. Sauer 4’; Long jump 5. Sauer 13’.

 

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