Oak Harbor’s Gabriel Daggett, center, runs to fifth place in the preliminaries of the 110-meter high hurdles.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Gabriel Daggett, center, runs to fifth place in the preliminaries of the 110-meter high hurdles. (Photo by John Fisken)

Wildcats begin quest for division titles / Track

The Oak Harbor High School boys sit fifth and the girls sixth in the team standings after the first day of the Wesco North divisional meet Wednesday, May 8, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.

Finals were held in five girls and four boys events and preliminaries in the shorter running events.

The second and final day of the meet begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 10.

Juan Luna-Elliott paced the Wildcat boys by placing third in the high jump (5-10) and long jump (21-02). Michael Fisken finished sixth in the shot put (46-07).

In the girls finals, Cami Bristow placed second in the javelin (99-10), Jasmine Ford was fourth in the discus (113-07) and Autumn Coker took eighth in the long jump (15-01.25).

Leielle Salinger, Jessica Vester, Morgan Pease and Maria Dailey nabbed third in the 4×200 relay (1:51.1).

Juan Luna-Elliott leaps to third place in the long jump.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Juan Luna-Elliott leaps to third place in the long jump. (Photo by John Fisken)

Cami Bristow finishes second in the javelin. (Photo by John Fisken)

Cami Bristow finishes second in the javelin. (Photo by John Fisken)

Dallas Riddle-Stevens, center (22), and Cooper Billiter, left, compete in the 1,600. Riddle-Stevens finished 11th and Billiter 20th. (Photo by John Fisken)

Dallas Riddle-Stevens, center (22), and Cooper Billiter, left, compete in the 1,600. Riddle-Stevens finished 11th and Billiter 20th. (Photo by John Fisken)

Autumn Coker flies to eighth place in the long jump.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Autumn Coker flies to eighth place in the long jump. (Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken puts the shot to sixth place.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken puts the shot to sixth place. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jasmine Ford tosses the discus; she placed fourth in the event.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Jasmine Ford tosses the discus; she placed fourth in the event. (Photo by John Fisken)

Alex Smith, left, and Evelyn Osburn run the 1,600 meters for the Wildcats. Osburn placed 15th and Smith 17th.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Alex Smith, left, and Evelyn Osburn run the 1,600 meters for the Wildcats. Osburn placed 15th and Smith 17th. (Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Jessica Vester, center, receives the baton from Maria Dailey in the 4x200 relay. They teamed with Leielle Salinger and Morgan Pease to place third in the event.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Jessica Vester, center, receives the baton from Maria Dailey in the 4×200 relay. They teamed with Leielle Salinger and Morgan Pease to place third in the event. (Photo by John Fisken)

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