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Stone leads the way for Wolves | Track

Makana Stone had a hand (or foot) in three of Coupeville's four wins at a four-team track meet at Sultan Thursday, April 11.

King's won the boys meet with 102 points. Sultan scored 67, Cedarcrest 65 and Coupeville 21.

The Knights also took the girls meet, edging Sultan 89-86. Cedarcrest scored 43 and Coupeville 37.

Stone, a freshman, won two individual events (100, 13.63; 400, 1:03.72) and joined Marisa Etzell, Anna Bailey and Kirsten Pelroy to win the 4x400 relay (4:30.69).

Fellow freshman Sylvia Hurlburt took the 200 (28.72).

The boys grabbed two seconds, both by junior Nick Streubel (shot put, 43-09.75; discus, 125-07).

The Wolves host their only home meet of the spring at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 18, when South Whidbey comes to Mickey Clark Field.

Other results:

Third, girls: Hurlburt, 100, 13.96; 4x200, Hurlburt, Rachel Wenzel, Nicole Becker, Jai'Lysa Hoskins, 55.59.

Third, boys: Jake McCormick, 3,200, 12:42.33; Josiah Campbell, triple jump, 35-02; 4x400 relay, Brandon Kelley, Stephen Edwards, Jared Helmstadter, Sam Landau, 3:58.54.

Fourth, girls: Erin Rosenkranz, 1,600, 6:30.39; Heni Barnes, shot, 28-01.5.

Fourth, boys: Kelley, 300 hurdles, 48.17; 4x100, Kelley, Landau, Helmstadter, Campbell, 47.76.

Fifth, girls: Emma Sullivan, 100 hurdles, 19.38; Barnes, discus, 73-05.

Fifth, boys: Campbell, 100, 12.19; Landau, 400, 58.66; Matthew Hampton, 800, 2:24.81; Konrad Borden, triple jump, 29-10.

Sixth, girls: Sullivan, 300 hurdles, 54.81; Barnes, javelin, 80.

Sixth, boys: Helmstadter, 400, 58.94; Carson Risner, discus, 110-04.

Seventh, girls: Etzell, 100, 14.23; Pelroy, 300 hurdles, 56.45; Wenzel, javelin, 74-04; Hoskins, long jump, 13-06.5.

Seventh, boys: Helmstadter, 200, 25.47; Manuel Lopez-Santillana, 800, 2:40.9; Caleb Valko, shot, 38-04.75; Dalton Martin, discus, 107-02; Campbell, high jump, 5.

 

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