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Coupeville takes part in Island Jamboree | Track

Makana Stone races to first in the 400 meters at the Whidbey Island Jamboree Thursday. Stone also won the 200. - Jim Waller / Whidbey Examiner
Makana Stone races to first in the 400 meters at the Whidbey Island Jamboree Thursday. Stone also won the 200.
— image credit: Jim Waller / Whidbey Examiner

The Coupeville High School track team warmed up for the regular season by competing in the Whidbey Island Jamboree at Oak Harbor's Wildcat Memorial Stadium Thursday, March 20.

Oak Harbor, South Whidbey and Lakewood also took part in the season-opening contest that featured an abbreviated events list. Athletes were limited to only two events each.

Coupeville captured two events, both by Makana Stone (200, 27.22; 400, 1:02.3).

Lauren Burrow nabbed third in the long jump (13-03.25) and fifth in the 200 (29.24).

Sylvia Hurlburt ran to fourth in the 200 (28.42) and fifth in the 100 (13.6).

The Coupeville boys were led by Nick Streubel, who finished second in the shot put (42-11) and fourth in the discus (113). Lathom Kelley was third in the 200 (23.85) and fifth in the 100 (11.8), while Mitchell Carroll placed fourth in the triple jump (16-05).

Coupeville competes at the Seattle Academy Relays at 10:15 a.m. Saturday, March 22, at Shoreline Stadium.

 

Other top-10 finishes by Coupeville girls:

Fifth: Skyler Lawrence, shot put, 27-03.

Sixth: Carlie Rosenkrance, 100 hurdles, 19.24.

Ninth: Marisa Etzell, 100, 13.97; Mattea Miller, 800, 2:54.85.

10th: Lawrence, discus, 63-09.

 

Other top-10 finishes by Coupeville boys:

Fifth: Matt Shank, javelin, 120-10.

Sixth: Dalton Martin, discus, 106-10.

Eighth: Jared Helmstadter, 100, 12.24; Matthew Hampton, 400, 57.73; Stephen Edwards, long jump, 15-07.

Ninth: Grey Rische, 800, 2:41.65.

10th: Brandon Kelley, 110 hurdles, 19.91.

 

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