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Wildcats, Wolves open with jamboree | Track

The Oak Harbor High School boys track team flexed its muscles at the five-team Whidbey Jamboree, which included Coupeville, Thursday, March 15, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.

The Wildcats boys won 10 of the 14 events, and went 1-2 in five; the Oak Harbor girls grabbed four firsts; and Madison Tisa-McPhee snared Coupeville's only win in the girls 100-meter hurdles (16.5).

Josiah Miller (100, 10.9; 200, 22.6) and Joshua Schrum (800, 2:02.6; 1,600, 4:50.9) each won two events for the Oak Harbor boys.

Oak Harbor's Dominique Jackson (shot put, 31-01; discus, 95-05) won twice for the girls.

Mitch Pelroy (second, 100, 11.5; third, 400, 53.3) led the Coupeville boys. Tisa-McPhee joined Anna Bailey, Marissa Etzell and Katherine Smith to get second in the 4x400 relay (4:33.4); and Jai'Lysa Hoskins was second in the 100 (13.3) and third in at the high jump (4-08).

Other Oak Harbor firsts came from Chris Opdyke (400, 52.2), Jeremy Foster (shot, 45-05), Keon Crumpton (discus, 123-09), Chris Hailer (high jump, 6), DeJon Devroe (long jump, 19), Cody Hernkind (triple jump, 39), Christina Wicker (1,600, 5:22,7) and Chylan Bass (triple jump, 29-10).

Stanwood, Lakewood and South Whidbey also took part in the meet; no team scores were kept.

Coupeville goes to Port Angeles 10 a.m. Saturday, March 17, and Oak Harbor travels to Everett Memorial Stadium 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22, to meet Jackson and Shorewood.

Other Oak Harbor and Coupeville results:

OH second: tie, Hernkind, 100, 11.5; tie, Robert Miller-Hubbel, 100, 11.5; Devroe, 200, 23.5; Connor Meyer, 800, 2:03.9; John Rodeheffer, 1,600, 4:54.8; Dayne Herron, shot, 44-08.5; 4x400, Matt Reith, Meyer, Joshua Crebbin, Opdyke, 3:48.7;  Hollins, 200, 27.6; Heather Dale, 800, 2:36.5; Raeanna Wynne, 100 hurdles, 17.1; Elizabeth Adkins, discus, 85-11; Ciera Wiser, javelin, 96.

OH third: Carlton Johnson, 200, 23.7; Jackson Constant, discus, 107-10; Sam Schultz, high jump, 5-04; Jayden Davilla, triple jump, 35-09.5; tie, Jessia Hollins, 100, 13.5; tie, Dejsha Lollar, 100, 13.5; tie, Christina Alexander, 100, 13.5, 200, 28; Wiser, triple jump, 28-04.5; 4x400 relay, Rachel Crowther, Nikki Blanchard, Dale, Wicker, 4:39.2.

CV third: Grace LaPoint, javelin, 86-01.

OH fourth: Reith, 800, 2:07.2; Clayton Richardson, 1,600, 5:05; tie, Cody Sanders, 110 hurdles, 19; tie, David Payne, 110 hurdles, 19; Jacob Olson, high jump, 5-02; Alexandra Laiblin, 800, 2:38.8, 1,600, 5:45.4; Nalani Gabbert, 100 hurdles, 18.6, long jump, 13-06; Haileigh Baier, shot, 21-08; Sierra Seabolt, high jump, 4-06; Olivia Hunt, triple jump, 27-10.5.

OH fifth: Constant, shot, 39; tie, Josh McVey, pole vault, 9-06; tie, James Harrison, pole vault, 9-06; Allen Hills, long jump, 17-07.5; Crowther, 400, 1:10.9.

OH sixth: tie, Sheyenne Sams, 100, 11.6, 200, 24.3; tie, Johnson, 100, 11.6; Richardson, 400, 59.9; Payne, long jump, 17-03; Wynne, 200, 28.9; Jonalynn Horn, 1,600, 5:52.8; Kaylee Lamb, shot, 20-04; Ashley Everett, long jump, 12-08.5.

CV sixth: Bailey, javelin, 66-01.

OH seventh: Crebbin, 800, 2:15; Patrick Meyer, 110 hurdles, 19.4; Lollar, 200, 29; Megan Knott, 400, 1:26.3; Hannah Bressler, 800, 2:42.7; Marisa Sligh, 1,600, 5:56; Jackie Dejesus, 100 hurdles, 19.3.

CV seventh: Nick Streubel, shot, 36-07.5; Shawn Kump, high jump, 4-10; LaPoint, discus, 55-07.

OH eighth: Jayden Davilla, 100, 11.7; tie, Peter Franssen, long jump, 16-08; tie, Julian Faralan, long jump, 16-08; Ella Brooks, 400, 1:28.2; Bressler, 1,600, 5:57.2; Amelia Berner, long jump, 12-06.5.

CV eighth: Streubel, discus, 56-02; Larry Hurlburt, 800, 2:15.7; Austin Nichols, shot, 34-10.

 

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