Arlington won the boys division and Snohomish captured the girls in the Wesco North divisional track meet hosted by Oak Harbor Wednesday and Friday, May 8 and 10.
Arlington easily won the boys meet with 238.5 points; Snohomish was a distant second with 115. Oak Harbor scored 38 to take seventh in the seven-team meet.
Snohomish tallied 180.67 points in the girls meet, topping second-place Arlington with 159.33. The Wildcats were fifth with 69.
Oak Harbor’s only first place came in the meet’s final track event, the girls 4×400 relay. Brenna Rothman, Morgan Pease, Natalie French and Courtney VanGiesen won in 4:17.1. The win was not surprising after French, Pease and VanGiesen finished 2-3-4 in the 400 meters.
French also placed second in the 800 (2:29.27).
Cami Bristow was second in the javelin (99-10), and the 4×100 relay team of Jessica Vester, Brooke Treichel, Karmyn McKee and Maria Dailey also finished second (51.81).
The Oak Harbor boys best showing also came in the 4×400. Joseph Ralston, Josh Stone, Bennett Andersen and Caden Leckelt took second in 3:37.39.
Juan Luna-Elliott was third in both the high jump (5-10) and long jump (21-02), and Michael Fisken was third in the discus (148-04).
Oak Harbor will compete in the district meet Wednesday and Friday, May 15 and 17, at Shoreline Stadium.
Other Oak Harbor results at the Wesco North meet
Third, girls: 4×200 (Leielle Salinger, Vester, Pease, Dailey), 1:51.1.
Fourth, girls: Jasmine Ford, discus, 113-07.
Fifth, girls: Dailey, 100, 13.23.
Fifth, boys: Michael Gomez, javelin, 151-11.
Sixth, boys: Fisken, shot put, 46-07.
Seventh, boys: Ralston, 400, 53.48; 4×100 (Gabriel Daggett, Kekoa Alejandro, Riley Hoover, Jake Mitten), 48.23.
Eighth, girls: Autumn Coker, long jump, 15-01.25.