ONALASKA - Mossyrock's Dustin Brooks and Mikel Elliott from White Pass were double winners in a seven-team track meet here Thursday.
Kalama won the boys and girls sides of the meet.
On the boys side, Wahkiakum edged Toledo for second place by one point and the Indians were one point ahead of Tenino, which placed fourth. White Pass was fifth, Onalaska was sixth and Mossyrock seventh.
Brooks won the triple jump (38-9) and the high jump (6-0). He also took fourth in the javelin for Mossyrock while teammate Isaac Morales was second in the javelin.
Tenino had four winners including Mike Jensen in the shotput (42-1), Rhys Rasmussen in the 800 meters (2:08.6), Travis Wright in the 300 hurdles (50.62) and Reece Baumann in the discus (134-10).
Onalaska's Spencer Hunt won the 1,600 meters in 4:43 and Nathan Perry from White Pass took the tape in the 3,200 meters in 10:43.
Second-place finishers included Toledo's Ryan Smith (110 hurdles), Tony Zamorano (triple jump) and David Wallace (high jump), Tenino's Jensen (discus) and White Pass's Perry (1,600) and Blaine Murphy (2:09.7).
Toledo's John Beaman took first in the long jump (17-2) and was third in the shotput while teammates Mike White took third in the long jump and Cody Scholerman placed third in the 300 hurdles.
On the girls side, Toledo was third, Onalaska placed fourth, Mossyrock took fifth, White Pass was sixth and Tenino was a distant seventh.
Elliott won the 1,600 meters (5:40.1) and the 800 meters (2:37.2) for the Panthers. Darcy Davis tied for second in the high jump for White Pass.
Lexi Belcher won the discus (105-6) and took second in the shot while Elena Belcher was third in the discus for Mossy. Loni Kaech won the 3,200 meters in a time of 13.18.
Toledo's Ashlee Coffey placed first in the shotput and was third in the javelin while Kimmi Steidel won the 300 hurdles in 53.0.
Also for Toledo, Hilary Luhn was third in the 200 meters and Chelsea Melberg was third in the 100.
Onalaska's Brittany Charneski was second in the 400, Lucy Randall was third in the 100 hurdles and Megan Wrzesinski took second in the 3,200.
Trojan sets record
NASELLE - Kaytie Bateman has been flirting with the Pe Ell school record in the 200 for quite a while, but she finally grabbed it here Thursday.
Bateman, who had twice ran a 27.8 to tie the record, ran a 27.7 Thursday to set the new mark. She was second in the race and also finished second in the long jump, third in the high jump and was part of the third-place 1,600-relay team.
"She finally got it," said Pe Ell coach Ron Dorothy.
Pe Ell's boys were third in the team competition as Brad Nelson had a pair of victories. Nelson won the long jump (19-0 ) and the 300 hurdles (44.9). He was also third in the high jump (5-10), which was won by the Trojans' Marion McCoy (6-0). Tyler Frazier was second in the 110 hurdles (18.1) while Tucker Morgan (800) and Kyle Muir (javelin) were third.
"I was pleased with how we came back after the layoff (spring break)," Dorothy said. "We had the school record and a number of PRs."
Kayla Brannon was second in the 100 hurdles (19.9) and 300 hurdles (58.3). Kayla Reynolds also picked up a third in the 1,600. Brannon, Reynolds and Andie Dillon combined with Bateman in the 1,600-relay.
Pe Ell is at Wahkiakum Thursday.
Adna boys win at
ROCHESTER - Adna's Zach Stanfield, Jaymie Burdick and Jeremy Hubbell all placed first in two events to lead the Pirates to a win for the boys at a meet here Thursday.
Stanfield won the 100 (11.59) and the 200 (23.66) while Burdick was first in the 1,600 (4:58) and the 800 (2:12). Hubbell won the discus (100-11) and the shot.
The Adna boys won with 93 points, Stevenson was second, Forks third, Rochester fourth and Napavine fifth.
Adna's 400 and 1,600 relay teams also placed first.
Rochester's Allen Palmerson was first in the triple jump.
For Napavine, Travis Hilley won the 3,200 and was fourth in the 1,600. Paul Anderson took second in the 400 and Julio Santana was third in the 300 hurdles.
On the girls side, Rochester's Christian Cabrera won three events, including the javelin (78-9), discus (99-8) and shotput (35-5).
Napavine's Amy Goettelman won the triple jump, the 400, was second in the 3,200 and third in the 200. Molly Erven placed first in the 100 hurdles and Kelsey Williams was second in the 1,600.
Morton at Rainier
RAINIER - The Morton girls placed second in a four-team track meet here Thursday.
First-place finishers included Marissa Nyman in the triple jump and the long jump, Annie Schinnell in the 400 (1:06.14), Whitney Self in the high jump (5-2) and the Morton 800-relay team of Schinnell, Whitney Self, Toni Bertucci and Nyman with a time of 1:55.57.
Nyman set a school record in the triple jump with a leap of 33-10 in her first ever attempt at the event. She beat the old record by a foot.
Also placing for the Morton girls were Etta Morris (second, 3,200), Bertucci (third, 300 hurdles), Amanda McKenzie (third, javelin), Frannie Morrison (third, high jump), Nyman (second, 200) and Schinnell (third, 200).
Winlock's Hailey Bryant was first in the shotput (33-0) and javelin (93-4) and third in the 400.