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Middle school track: Oak Harbor/North Whidbey finishes second at Burlington meet

The Wildcat United track team, a combination of athletes from Oak Harbor and North Whidbey middle schools, finished second in a three-team meet at Burlington Wednesday, April 21.

Host Burlington-Edison won the meet with 93 points over Wildcat United with 57 and Mount Vernon with 27.

Following are the top-three finishes by Wildcat United members:

Seventh-grade girls:

100: 1, Sierra Sebold, 14.52; 3, Sonia Demarsh, 15.03.

1,600: 1, Marisa Sligh, 6:29.

400: 1, Katie Hourigan, 1:24.16.

800: 2, Hayley Lundstrom, 2:58.

200: 2, Jonalyn Horn, 32.1.

Discus: 3, Kayla Nagel, 33-07.

Javelin: 1, Nalani Gabbert, 63-04.

Long jump: 1, Gabbert, 12-09.

High jump: 2, Sebolt, 3-08.

Hurdles: 2, Megan Gronbach, 20.49; 3, Amelia Berner, 20.87.

Seventh-grade boys:

100: 2, Jaymen Davis, 13.6; 3, Zach Norton, 13.87.

1,600: 1, Dakota Powers, 5:30.66.

400: 1, Powers, 1:09.8.

200: 2, Norton, 29.11; 3, Orion Welch, 30.76.

Discus: 1, Marcus Wondele, 69-04; 3, Nate Bennett, 41-02.

Javelin: 2, Blaine Coleman, 73-04.

Shot: 1, Coleman, 22-09.

High jump: 1, Welch, 4-04; 2, Davis, 4-02; 3, Powers, 4-02.

Hurdles: 2, Powers, 21.

Eighth-grade girls:

100: 3, Irysh Concepcion, 15.11.

1,600: 1, Olivia Meyer, 5:44.24; 2, Alex Laiblin, 5:52.93.

800: 1, Meyer, 2:38.76; 2, Laiblin, 2:42.23.

Discus: 2, Kristina Windfield, 53-11; 3, Cat Amsler, 50-10.

Javelin: 1, Jamie Estrella, 58-0; 2, Mckenzi Schulle, 58-04.

High jump: 1, Faith Frannsen, 4-04.

Hurdles: 1, Olson, 16.48; 3, Chelsea Atkinson, 18.76.

Eighth-grade boys:

100: 1, Carlton Johnson, 11.87.

1,600: 1, Caley Powers, 4:58.08; 2, Andrae Gray, 5:57.93.

400: 1, Powers, 1:00.81; 2, Andrew Mitchell, 1:03.51; 3, Nate Stanford, 1:04.79.

800: 1, Mitchell, 2:28.08.

200: 1, Johnson, 25.54; 3, Julian Faralan, 27.15.

Discus: 3, Anthony Alexander, 79-01.

Long jump: 1, Gray, 13-08; 2, Casiano Atienza, 13-08.

High jump: 2, Powers, 4-08.

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