Marysville-Pilchuck, Getchell and Lakewood show up at the Tomahawk Classic (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — The Lakewood girls team shined placing third out of eight teams with 92 points. M-P tied for fifth with Snohomish scoring 74 points and MG placed last with 49.

Marysville-Pilchuck's Trina Davis passes the baton.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck, Marysville Getchell and Lakewood track teams came out to compete at the Tomahawk Classic April 30.

The Lakewood girls team shined placing third out of eight teams with 92 points. M-P tied for fifth with Snohomish scoring 74 points and MG placed last with 49.

Lakewood’s top finishers: 3200 meters—Lilly Whitehead, third in 11 minutes, 48.41 seconds; 100 hurdles—Stephanie Smith, third in 16.79; 300 hurdles—Smith, third in 48.91. Discus—Megan Fenton, first throwing 110-09 meters; javelin—Paige Shimkus, throwing 108-07 meters; and Sophia Guinn, third throwing 101-07 meters; pole vault—Shimkus, second clearing 10 meters; and long jump—Yareli Ochoa, third jumping 16-03 meters.

M-P’s top finishers: 100 meters—Trina Davis, first in 12.57; 4×100—Davis, Gabriella Crenshaw, Chloe O’Louhglin and Acuario, first in 50.14; shot put—Yulissa Bautista Zurita, third throwing 33-04 meters; long jump—Acuario, first jumping 18 meters; and Davis second, jumping 16-11 meters; and triple jump—Catrina Wright, third jumping 32-80 meters.

MG’s top finishers: 100 meters—Kiarra Green, second in 12.91; 200 meters—Green, first in 26.36; and 4×200 relay—Green, Piilani Tupou, Sydney Norton and Sabrina Farrell, third in 1:53.49.

The MG boys team placed third out of eight teams with a score of 62 points; M-P, seventh with 59 points; and Lakewood, eighth with 56 points.

MG’s top finishers: 100 meters—Joshua James, second in 11:60; 200 meters—James, first in 22.65; 1600 meters—Gregory Panther, third in 4:43.28; 4×400 relay—Conrad Tatge, Channing Frohlich, Austin Likes and Thomas McCormick, second in 3:55.22; and 4×800 relay—Evan Krautkremer, Frohlich, Likes and Thomas Lindgren, second in 8:36.62.

M-P’s top finishers: 4×100 meters—Ray Pimentel, Josh Bevan, Eian Adock and Galdino Fajardo, second in 45.28; 4×400 relay—Jacob Carr, Robert Nelson, Hunter Leiren and Jaden Wolfington, third in 4:07.25; Shotput—Tyler McDonald, first throwing 42-04 meters; High Jump—Isaiah Valera, third jumping 5-10 meters; and pole vault—Maxwell Schaffler, clearing 11 meters.

Lakewood’s top finishers: 100 meters—Cruz Griffin, first in 11.39; and Tyler Courtney, third in 11.71; 110 hurdles—Kelson Brewer second, in 15.88; and javelin—Brock Schubert, first throwing 152-02 meters.

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