W.F. West’s Kyla McCallum and Kambriah Simper finished third and fourth in the girls javelin, respectively, on Thursday in the 2A state track and field championships.
The three-day event at Mt. Tahoma High School features the top 2A, 3A and 4A athletes in the state and concludes on Saturday.
Tumwater’s Natalie Sumrok won the girls javelin with a toss of 126 feet, 2 inches. McCallum’s best toss came in at 115-01, while Simper’s top throw measured 113-10. North Mason’s Addilyn Varick was second, moving up the board from fifth place with a 116-04 mark on her sixth and final throw.
W.F. West’s Seth Hoff was eighth in the boys long jump at 20-4.25. Lynden’s Troy Petz won the event at 22-02.
Tumwater’s Alyssa Duncan had the fastest time in the preliminary races in the girls 100-meter hurdles at 15.04 seconds. Black Hills’ Olivia Hisaw had the fifth-best preliminary time at 16.07.
W.F. West’s girls 4x400 relay team qualified for Saturday’s finals with a 4:12.92 time. The team (Elaina Koenig, Savanna Bolivar, Emily Mallonee and Amelia Etue) had the seventh-best preliminary mark. Tumwater (Mariah Jett, Annabelle Clapp, Ava Jones and Reese Heryford) had the fourth-best qualifying time in 4:07.74.
The Bearcat girls’ 4x200 relay team — Hodaya Starr, Amanda Bennett, Bolivar and Etue — just missed qualifying for the finals with the ninth-best preliminary time (1:49.29). Tumwater (Jett, Clapp, Jones and Heryford) had the best qualifying time at 1:45.74.
Tumwater’s John Hoffer finished seventh in the state in the boys 1600 with a time of 4:20.21. Selah’s Cooper Quigley set a meet record to finish first in 4:08.89.
Black Hills’ Austin Imsland was 12th in the boys shot put at 44-9.25.
Tumwater’s Seth Weller had the fourth-best preliminary time in the 110 hurdles at 15.4.