Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale compete at Edmonds meet | Prep track and field

By Megan Managan | Mar 21, 2014

The Edmonds-Woodway track and field team hosted its first meet of the season on Thursday, March 20 against Lake Stevens and non-league Meadowdale.

In the boys results, Margaryonta Kilcup won the boys 100 meter race in 10.90 seconds, followed by Edmonds-Woodway's Tanner Berndahl in 11.64 seconds. Warriors Sterling Mahan was third in 11.87 and Meadowdale's Jason Yim was fourth in 12.15, while Warrior Nate Gonzales was fifth in 12.32 seconds.

In the 200 meter boys race, Berndahl won in 24.55 seconds, with Mahan in second in 24.60 seconds. Meadowdale's Kameron Smith was third in 24.96 seconds.

In the 400 meter event, Meadowdale's Trevor White was first in 53.28 seconds, followed by Edmonds-Woodway's Ethan Bahr in third in 56.12 seconds.

Edmonds-Woodway's Grady Okeson was fourth in the 800 meter race in 2:11.97, while Meadowdale's Zach Plummer was fifth in 2:12.42.

Miler Haller was first overall in the boys 1,600 meter race for Edmonds-Woodway with a time of 4:38.01, with Dominic Giordano of Meadowdale in third in 4:54.23. Okeson was fourth in 4:56.43.

Haller also won the 3,200 race in 10:07.58 for the Warriors, with teammate Benjamin Yang in fourth in 11:00.75 and Noushyar Eslami in fifth in 11:15.19.

Meadowdale's Chris Grant won the 110 meter boys hurdle race in 16.64 seconds, with Edmonds-Woodway's Justin Funn in second in 16.79. Harry White was third for Meadowdale in 16.88.

Grant also won the 300 meter hurdles race in 41.37, followed by Gunn in fourth in 45.13 seconds.

In the boys relay races, the Mavericks 4x100 team of Erik Hamburg, Kristofer Subcleff, Dennis Khaperman and Jason Yim finished in first place in 45.57. Edmonds-Woodway's team of Berndahl, Jared Yu, Mahan and Gonzales finished in third place in 47 seconds even.

In the 4x400 relay event, the Mavericks team of Harry White, Josh Verzola, Chikodi Ezeokeke and Trevor White took first in 3:42.28. The Warriors team of Jonah Cortezzo, Kyle Aitken, Anindo Khan and Okeson was fourth in 3:50.87 seconds.

In the boys field events, Theo Lebesis was second overall for the Warriors in the shot put with a throw of 42 feet and 7 inches. Meadowdale's Crayson Wallace was third at 41-04.25.

In the discus event, Lebesis won with a toss of 125-09, and Wallace was fourth at 100-02. Aaron Yared threw 96-10 for fifth place.

In the javelin competition, Lebesis won with a throw of 155-6, Ethan Gahr was third for the Warriors with a throw of 128-04 and Meadowdale's Thomas Newburg was fourth with a throw of 126-08, followed by teammate Trevor White in fifth at 108-04.

Kilcup won the high jump competition for the Mavericks with a jump of 5-10, while Grant Whitcutt was second for the Warriors with the same jump. Meadowdale's Kamerson Smith was fourth at 5-08.

In the pole vault, Meadowdale's Rory Kirkpatrick was third overall with a jump of 10 feet, while teammate Trevor White was fourth at 9-06.

In the long jump, Whitcutt won the event for Edmonds-Woodway with a jump of 18-10, while Smith was second for Meadowdale at 18-5.

In the triple jump, Meadowdale's Malik Braxton was first with a leap of 42-09, while Chukwuma Okereke was second for Edmonds-Woodway at 39-05.5. Ezeokeke was third for the Mavericks with a jump of 39-05.

In the girls events, in the 100 meter race, Edmonds-Woodway's Djenne Dickens was first in 13.07 seconds, while teammate Claire Popke was second in 13.19. Meadowdale's Megan Hoppe was fifth overall at 14.10.

In the 200 race, Dickens was first in 26.09 for the Warriors, again followed by Popke in second at 27.56. Ngozi Ezeokeke was fourth for the Mavericks in 29.81, while Diana VanHoosier was fifth for Edmonds-Woodway in 30.01.

In the 400 meter race, Edmonds-Woodway's Ella Spillane was first in 1:07.87, with Meadowdale's Emma Lunsford in second in 1:09.53. Alex Oylear was fourth for the Mavericks in 1:13.94.

Alexandria Chang was second overall for Meadowdale in the girls 800 meter race in 2:36.85, while Kathryn Haldeman was third for the Warriors in 2:36.89. Ellie Shull was fourth in 2:37.50.

In the 1,600 meter race, Hailey Kettel won for the Warriors with a time of 5:38.54, followed by Haldeman in second in 5:44.68. Meadowdale's Brooke Hoppe was fourth in 5:58.27.

In the 3,200 meter race, Kettel was first in 11:41.56, followed by teammate Megan Kelly in third at 13:13.63. Svetlana Alabeva was fourth for the Warriors in 13:15.71 and Isabel Callen was fifth in 13:59.87.

In the girls 100 meter hurdles event, Rachel Stone won in 17.36 for the Warriors, with Angela Nguyen in second in 17.82 for the Mavericks.

Stone also won the 300 meter hurdles race in 50.03, with Kia Mackey, a Warrior freshman, in third at 52.68 seconds. Nguyen finished the race in fourth place in 53.48 seconds.

In the girls 4x100 meter relay, Edmonds-Woodway's team of Hannah Thuesen, Dickens, VanHoosier and Popke won in 51.58 seconds. The Mavericks team of Hoppe, Jasmine Parsley, Ngozi Ezeokeke and Kristin Yim were third in 55.11.

Edmonds-Woodway's 4x400 relay team of VanHoosier, Dickens, Thuesen and Kettel were first in 4:16.03, with the Mavericks in third place in 4:39.63.

In the girls field events, Meadowdale's Keely Hayes was fourth overall in the discus with a throw of 79-07.

In the shot put, Meadowdale freshman DeeDee Free was first with a throw of 32-0.5.

In the javelin, Victoria Lebesis was first for the Warriors with a throw of 99-08, while Kayal Pruitt was fourth for the Mavericks with a throw of 87-03.

Edmonds-Woodway senior Rachel Alexander finished the high jump in second place with a jump of 4-06, while teammate Gloria Evstatieva was third at 4-04.

Warrior Sydney Boland was second overall in the pole vault with a jump of 5-06.

In the long jump, Alexander won with a leap of 16-03, with Nguyen in second at 15-06. Megan Zollars was fourth for the Mavericks at 15-05 and Yim was fifth at 14-02.

Alexander also won the girls triple jump event with a leap of 32-01, while Zollars was second at 30-01. Donoh Adama was third for the Warriors at 30 feet event.

The Warriors will next compete on Thursday, March 27 at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville against Marysville-Getchell and Cascade.

The Mavericks will take on Arlington and Monroe at Arlington High School on Thursday, March 27 at 3:30 p.m.

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