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Coupeville snares 4 firsts in 3-team meet | Track
The Coupeville High School track team captured four firsts in at three-team meet at Cedarcrest Thursday, April 10.
Lakewood led both the boys and the girls meets in team scoring. The Cougars defeated Cedarcrest and Coupeville 95-61-21 on the boys side and 96-45-23 on the girls.
Ryan Griggs took part in two wins for the Coupeville boys, taking the high jump (5-06) and teaming with Brandon Kelley, Jared Helmstadter and Lathom Kelley to win the 4x100 relay (46.31).
Makana Stone (100 meters, 13.53) and Sylvia Hurlburt (200, 28.52) won for the Coupeville girls.
Nick Streubel placed second in the shot put (44-08) and the girls 4x200 team of Stone, Carlie Rosenkrance, Lauren Grove and Hurlburt also finished second (1:54.46).
Thursday, April 17, Coupeville, Lakewood and South Whidbey go to King's for a 4 p.m. meet.
Other Coupeville results at Cedarcrest:
Third, boys: Lathom Kelley, 200, 24.31; Matt Shank, javelin, 121-03; 4x100 (Mitchell Losey, Sebastian Davis, Dalton Martin, Alex Prudnikov), 49.77; 4x400 (Jake McCormick, Stephen Edwards, Lathom Kelley, Helmstadter), 3:54.4.
Third, girls: Grove, 200, 29.2; long jump, 14-01.75; Heni Barnes, discus, 79-09.
Fourth, boys: Brandon Kelley, 300 hurdles, 45.79; Martin, discus, 121-03; Edwards, long jump, 17-00.5; Prudnikov, triple jump, 33-03.25.
Fourth, girls: Hurlburt, 100, 14.03; Rosenkrance, 100 hurdles, 19.81.
Fifth, girls: Rosenkrance, 800, 2:48.08; Erin Rosenkranz, 3,200, 13:52.1; Skylar Lawrence, discus, 74-09; javelin, 75-01.
Sixth, boys: Helmstadter, 200, 24.71; Edwards, triple jump, 32-06.5.
Sixth, girls: Mattea Miller, 800, 2:53.38.
Seventh, boys: Helmstadter, 100, 12.03; Streubel, discus, 116-09; Mitchell Carroll, long jump, 15-10.25; Shank, triple jump, 30-07.25.
Seventh, girls: Barnes, shot put, 25-02.5.
Eighth, boys: Lathom Kelley, 100, 12.04; Davis, 200, 25.2; Carroll, 1,600, 6:03.41; Connor Thompson, high jump, 5.