Not knowing when the season would resume, the South Whidbey High School track team took advantage of its final practice before the required coronavirus break to hold an intrasquad meet Saturday, March 14.
The Falcons were supposed to begin competition this week at the Island Jamboree in Oak Harbor Thursday. Now, the earliest they can return to competition is April 27.
The mini-meet Saturday featured six boys and eight girls events.
Dylan Davis led the boys by winning both the shot put (34-10) and discus (103-01).
Morgan Batchelor paced the girls by winning the shot put (25-02) and taking second in the discus (67-07) to Mya Pratt (78-09).
Cody Eager won the boys 100 (12.38) and finished third in the 110 hurdles (16.57), Kole Nelson won the hurdle event (16.01) and took fourth in the 100 (13.31) and Bodie Hezel was second in the 100 (12.41) and 110 hurdles (16.05).
Billy Rankin (19.91) and Jacob Ng (14.06) finished third and fifth respectively in the 100.
Michael Harwell captured the 1,600 (4:53.68), edging Cooper Ullmann (4:53.95). They were followed by Sam Baesler (5:37.02), Luc Gandarias (5:53.07) and Liam Dolde (6:09.43).
Drew Larson finished first in the 800 (2:33.04).
Simon Uhl (25-06.25; 54-10), Joey Mattson (21-07.5; 46-02) and Brody Nelson (17-10; 42-01) went 2-3-4 in both the shot put and discus behind Davis.
Mattason Straub won the girls 100 (13.17). She was followed by Simone White (13.84), Adeline McCleary (14.58), Hadley Eager (14.78), Mallory Drye (14.93) and Ruby Bond (15.06).
Lila McCleary took the 100 hurdles (19.46). Trailing McCleary were Serena McLain (21.03), Trinity Krouse (21.7), Grace Halstead (23.5) and Bond (24.76).
Leneice Gonzales won the 400 (1:12.9), Parker Forsyth took the 800 (2:49.16), Grace Huffman captured the 1,600 (6:04.65) and Kaia Swegler Richmond won the 3,200 (11:54.53).