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Wildcats double-team Edmonds-Woodway

"^The Oak Harbor track program had one of its best days of the spring Thursday at Edmonds-Woodway High as both boys and girls teams finished first.^In the the girls' meet, Oak Harbor won 13 of 19 events to post a 92-58 victory.^The boys' meet was much closer as Oak Harbor edged Edmonds-Woodway 78-67.^Nikki Gamble got the Oak Harbor girls off to a fast start. Gamble captured the first event, the 3,200-meter run, with a winning time of 11:41.38. Then Oak Harbor girls swept the next event, the 100 high hurdles. Jaime Diaz won the hurdles with a season best time of 17.90. Yuki Norton and Carmen Haslom finished second and third respectively.^Oak Harbor also swept the 400. Bethany Veach was first in 60.38 with Lesley TePaske second in a personal best of 62.65, and Chauntelle Johnson third with a season best of 63.99.^Sheena Darling, Maile Venable, Molly Bull, Lauren Lombardo, Johnson and TePaske all finished first in individual events. Darling won the 300 intermediate hurdles with a personal best time of 48.10. Venable was first in the 1,600 with a personal best time of 5:39.27.^In the field events, Johnson won the triple jump with her best effort of the season, 33 feet, 5-1/2 inches. Tepaske captured the pole vault at 8-0, her personal best and a new school record. Bull won the long jump at 15-10 1/2, and Lombardo took the shot put at 30-11.^Oak Harbor won all three relays. Felicia McClary, Christina Cooper, Veach and Bull comprised the victorious 400 relay. McClary, Iesha Reaves, Carmen Haslom and Diaz were on the winning 800 relay. Gamble, Kim Gabler, Alicia Lancaster and Venable ran on the winning 1,600 relay.^In the boys' meet, Oak Harbor swept the 400. Adam Shelly was first in 52 seconds, followed by Jared Jenkins and Jaston Cavitt. The sweep put Oak Harbor in the lead for good. However, the Wildcats insured their victory by winning the 1,600 relay and taking first and third in the pole vault.^Jeremy Morgan was a double winner for the Wildcats. He won the 100 in 11.47 and the 200 in 23.15. Both were personal bests on automatic timing.^Brothers Kevin and Thomas McMickle posted victories in the field events. Kevin won the shot put with a personal best of 41-8. Thomas won the discus with a personal best of 117-11. Jon Garcia won the pole vault at 11-0 and Ezrael Comicho was third at 10-6.^Brandon Hill, Shelly, Jenkins and Cavitt comprised the winning 1,600 relay. Hill, James Richie, Lucas Lycksell, and Chris Vrbas ran on the victorious 400 relay.^Scott Sebens took the 3,200 in 10:01.80.^Today, Oak Harbor and Coupeville compete at the South Whidbey Invitational, which begins at noon.^^^^^"

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