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Girls pace Coupeville at Island Track Jamboree

Freshman Makana Stone takes a breather after winning the 400. - Ron Newberry Photo
Freshman Makana Stone takes a breather after winning the 400.
— image credit: Ron Newberry Photo

Coupeville High School girls turned in a strong performance at the Island Track Jamboree in Oak Harbor Thursday, March 14, at Wildcat Memorial Stadium.

South Whidbey and Lakewood joined Oak Harbor and Coupeville in the season-opening event; no team scores were tallied.

Madison Tisa-McPhee and Makana Stone led the Wolves. Tisa-McPhee took the 100 hurdles (17.03) while Stone grabbed the 400 (1:03.8). The pair joined Jai’Lysa Hoskins and Erin Rosenkranz to win the 4x400 relay (4:31.23). The Wolves also won the 4x100 as Hoskins, Rachel Wenzel, Sylvia Hurlburt and Nicole Becker ran 56.5.

Nick Streubel topped the Coupeville boys with a second in the discus (117-10) and a fifth in the shot put (41-04).

Coupeville competes in its first regular-season meet at 4 p.m. today at Sultan.

Other top 15 finishes for the Coupeville boys at the jamboree:

Fourth, 4x400 relay, Jared Helmstadter, Sam Landau, Brandon Kelley, Stephen Edwards, 3:59.13;  fifth, Landau, 800, 2:18.44; seventh, Caleb Valko, shot, 38; eighth, Valko, discus, 99-11; eighth, Lathom Kelley, 200, 26.46; 11th, Carson Risner, shot, 33-09; 11th, Edwards, long jump, 15-08.5; 12th, Nick Weatherford, shot, 32-10; 14th, Risner, discus, 94-09; 14th, Weatherford, javelin, 91-02; 15th, Manuel Lopez-Santillana, long jump, 14-02.

Other top 15 finishes for the Coupeville girls:

Fourth, Hurlburt, 200, 29.18; sixth, Wenzel, javelin, 70-11; 10th, Marisa Etzell, 200, 30.37; 12th, Emma Sullivan, 100, 14.48; 12th, Rosenkranz, 1,600, 6:17.38; 12th, Becker, discus, 52-01; 13th, Etzell, 100, 14.98; 15th, Sullivan, 200, 31.1


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