Kentridges Solomon Hines dashes to victory in the 100 meters at 10.87 seconds. RACHEL CIAMPI, Kent Reporter

Kentridges Solomon Hines dashes to victory in the 100 meters at 10.87 seconds. RACHEL CIAMPI, Kent Reporter

Tahoma boys, girls win league

Top qualifiers compete at districts May 17 and May 19 at French Field

The Tahoma Bears boys and girls track and field teams won the North Puget Sound League titles May 11 at French Field.

The boys won scoring 116.5 points, 37.5 points ahead of the second place team Auburn Mountainview.

The girls scored 158.5 points as a team. The Bears finished 85 points ahead of the No. 2 Enumclaw.

Coming in third place for the girls was Kentwood with a team score of 52.

The Falcons finished the meet in 11th place with 32 points.

Kentwood boys came in 11th place with 26.5 points and the Falcons placed 14th scoring eight points.

The top qualifiers advanced and prepare to compete in the 4A West Central District track championships.

The meet opened Thursday and concludes Saturday, with field events beginning at 10 a.m. The top seven finishers in each event qualify for the state meet May 24-26 at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.

Below are the top three finishers from Tahoma, Kentwood and Kentlake from the NPSL 4A league meet:

Girls

100 meters:

• 1st: Tahoma junior Aliya Wilson with a season record 11.60 seconds

• 2nd: Tahoma freshman Adaji Osaro-Igwe with a personal record 12.00

200 meters:

• 1st: Aliya Wilson in 24.78

• 2nd: Osaro-Igwe in 24.82

800 meters:

• 1st: Tahoma senior Breanna Glover in 2:21.33

• 3rd: Tahoma junior Melinda Day in 2:25.25

1600 meters:

• 2nd: Glover in 5:13.92

100 meter hurdles:

• 1st: Tahoma sophomore Alaina Brady in a personal record of 14.29

300 meter hurdles:

• 1st: Brady in a personal record of 44.59

• 3rd: Kentwood freshman Emma Pollak with a personal record of 45.42

4×100 relay:

• 1st: Tahoma in 48.14 — Brady, Alisha Wilson, Osaro-Igwe and Aliya Wilson

• 3rd: Kentwood in 49.31 — Alyssa Gonzalez, Jessica Robinson, Faith Marshall and Hailey Suit

4×200 relay:

• 1st: Tahoma in 1:42.14 — Kylee Swartz, Ashley Hollenbeck, Osaro-Igwe and Aliya Wilson

Shot Put:

•1st: Kentlake senior Jordan Fong with a season record of 40-08.00

Discus:

• 1st: Fong with 135-10

• 3rd: Kentwood senior Destiny Capers with 115-08

Javelin:

• 1st: Fong with a season record of 120-07

• 3rd: Capers with a personal record of 119-00

Pole Vault:

• 1st: Tahoma junior Laena Tieng with 10-00.00

Long jump:

• 2nd: Tahoma junior Bryana Rogers with a personal record of 18-02.25

• 3rd: Tahoma sophomore Alaina Brady with 18-00.75

Triple jump:

• 1st: Tieng with a personal record of 36-02.75

Boys

400 meters:

• 1st: Kentwood sophomore Daniel Gaik with a personal record of 50.03

800 meters:

• 1st: Tahoma sophomore Brian Martinez with a personal record of 1:55.73

• 3rd: Tahoma sophomore Matthew Bruneel with a personal record of 1:58.29

1600 meters:

• 1st: Martinez in 4:22.01

• 3rd: Tahoma senior Dawson Besst in 4:26.02

3200 meters:

• 2nd: Besst in 9:25.53

Javelin:

• 2nd: Tahoma sophomore Gabriel Shouman with 168-11

Pole Vault:

• 2nd: Tahoma junior Zachary Klobutcher with 13-06.00

• 3rd: Kentwood senior Zackary Allen and Tahoma junior Colter Papritz tied with 13-00.00

Long Jump:

• 2nd: Tahoma senior Robert Say with a personal record of 22-08.00

Triple Jump:

• 1st: Say with 46-01.25


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Kentridge’s Alexis Mallory takes second in the pole vault, clearing 9 feet, 9 inches. RACHEL CIAMPI, Kent Reporter

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