Boys, girls each get win for Wolves | Track

The Coupeville High School boys and girls track teams each picked up a win in a four-team meet at Cedarcrest Thursday, April 24.

Ryan Griggs, Brandon Kelley, Jared Helmstadter and Lathom Kelley won the boys 4x100 relay (58.17), while Carlie Rosenkrance (2:50) and Mattea Miller (2:52.78) went 1-2 in the girls 800 meters.

The girls also received seconds from Lauren Grove in the triple jump (26-05.5) and the 4x100 relay of Grove, Sylvia Hurlburt, Marisa Etzell and Ashlyn Miller.

Griggs (high jump, 5-06), Dalton Martin (discus, 127-01), and Helmstadter (200, 25.14) finished second for the boys.

In team scoring, Cedarcrest won the boys meet with 101 points, followed by Granite Falls (56), South Whidbey (52) and Coupeville (43).

The Coupeville girls finished third with 36 points, topping Granite Falls (30). South Whidbey took first with 87 points, 10 more than Cedarcrest.

Two of Coupeville's top performers for the season, Makana Stone and Nick Streubel, missed the meet.

Stone is out with a slight knee injury and should return soon, coach Randy King said, and Streubel may be out for the season with an illness.

Coupeville competes at the Mountlake Terrace Invitational at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 26.

Other Coupeville results from Cedarcrest:

Third, girls: Hurlburt, 100, 13.96; Heni Barnes, discus, 79.

Third, boys: Lathom Kelley, 100, 12.22; Brandon Kelley, 300 hurdles, 45.65; Matt Shank, shot put, 36-08; high jump, 5-02; Griggs, triple jump, 35-10; 4x400 (Brandon Kelley, Lathom Kelley, Helmstadter, Sebastian Davis), 3:46.87.

Fourth, girls: Etzell, 100, 14.48; Hurlburt, 200, 28.83; Skylar Lawrence, discus, 77-02; Grove, long jump, 13-08.75.

Fourth, boys: Martin, shot put, 36-07.

Fifth, girls: Ashlyn Miller, 100, 14.63; Etzell, 200, 29.41; Barnes, shot put, 27-02; Sophia Jebrail, long jump, 12-07.5.

Fifth, boys: Griggs, 100, 12.37; Shank, javelin, 122-07; Stephen Edwards, long jump, 16-10.75; Mitchell Carroll, triple jump, 32-11.5.

Sixth, girls: Etzell, 400, 1:06.73.

Sixth, boys: Brandon Kelley, (tie) 100, 12.38; Helmstadter, (tie) 100, 12:38; Shank, triple jump, 32-11.

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