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South Whidbey girls track takes second, sweeps 200 meter

South Whidbey’s track and field athletes finished with several top places in their first Cascade Conference meet of the season last week at King’s.

The Falcon girls placed second at the four-team meet; the boys were fourth.

South Whidbey girls top-three finishers: 100-meter — 3, Maia Sparkman, 13.58; 200-meter — 1, Madi Boyd, 28.11; 2, Anna Leski, 28.94; 3, Bailey Forsyth, 29.20; 800 — 2, Jaime Rodden, 2:29.07; 3, Terra Wildon, 2:32.96; mile — 3, Leah Rostov, 6:03.03; 3,200 — 2, Emma Lungren, 13:10.61; 100-meter hurdles — 1, Tera Applegate, 17.76; 3, Allie Vanbenschoten, 19.60; 300-meter hurdles — 3, Vanbenschoten, 53.89; 400-meter relay — 1, Sparkman, Boyd, Applegate, Forsyth, 52.10; 1,600-meter relay — 1, Mackenzie Hezel, Boyd, Rodden, Leski, 4:23.56; discus — 3, Hailey Simchuk, 88-11; high jump — 2, Leski, 4-04; 3, Zoe Tapert, 4-02; long jump — 2, Sparkman, 15-07 1/2.

South Whidbey boys top-three finishers: 100 — 3, Kale Reichersamer, 11.80; 200 — 3, Reichersamer, 24.77; mile — 3, Cole Zink, 4:47.95; 110-meter hurdles — 1, Jordan Parrick, 17.80; 3, Jack Nielsen, 18.90; 300-meter hurdles — 3, Parrick, 47.19; 400-meter relay — 2, Reichersamer, Parrick, Brandon Asay, Nick French, 46.82; 1,600-meter relay — 3, Brandon Chapman, Asay, Parrick, French, 3:53.53; javelin — 1, French, 177-06; triple jump — 3, Asay, 34-10.

 

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