Marysville-Pilchuck and Getchell finish with some high placers at Clash of Counties meet (slide show)

LA CONNER — The Marysville Getchell girls track team placed fifth out of eight teams with 80.5 points and the boys team placed last with 54 points at the La Conner Clash of Conferences meet April 2.

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LA CONNER — The Marysville Getchell girls track team placed fifth out of eight teams with 80.5 points and the boys team placed last with 54 points at the La Conner Clash of Conferences meet April 2.

The girls top finishers were: 200 meters—Kiarra Green, first in 27.25 seconds; 400 meters—Sabrina Farrell, second in one minute, 5.95 seconds; 300 hurdles—Dina Chernichenko, third in 53.92; and 4×400 relay—Chloe Bishop, Oshinaye Taylor, Sierra Upchurch and Farrell, third in 4:42.17

The boys top finishers were: 400 meters—Joshua James, first in 55.88; 1600 meters—Evan Krautkremer, second in 4:48.79 seconds; 3200—Zachery Arcaro-Frazier, third in 10:27.32; and 200-200-400-800 sprint medley relay—Jeremy Pinca, Ryan Hascall, Channing Frolich and Manuel Flores, second in 4:02.14.

LA CONNER — The Marysville-Pilchuk boys and girls track teams showed depth at the Clash of Conferences meet at La Conner April 2. The boys team placed sixth out of eight teams with 75.5 points and girls team was last with 56 points.

Top boys finishers were: 200 meters—Keshawn King, second in 24.57 seconds; 4×100 relay—Ray Pimentel, Keshawn Kings, Eian Adock and Galdino Fajardo, first in 45.69; Discus—Tyler McDonald, third throwing 114-10 meters; high jump—Isaiah Valera, second jumping 5-10 meters.

The girls top finishers were: 100 meter—Gabrielle Crenshaw, second in 13.23; 100 hurdles—Chloe O’Loughlin, third in 18.12; 4×100 relay—Bianca Acuario, Trina Davis, O’Loughlin and Crenshaw, first in 50.94; High Jump—Lauren Staback, first jumping 4-10 meters; and Long Jump—Acuario, second jumping 15-11 meters.

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