Sam Wah leaps over the hurdles en route to winning his race. Ben Ray / The Mirror
Sam Wah leaps over the hurdles en route to winning his race. Ben Ray / The Mirror

Sam Wah leaps over the hurdles en route to winning his race. Ben Ray / The Mirror Sam Wah leaps over the hurdles en route to winning his race. Ben Ray / The Mirror

Track and field in action at French Field

Kent-Meridian and Kentridge host Federal Way and Thomas Jefferson.

On March 28, four different schools competed at French Field in Kent for a pair of duels with Federal Way and Thomas Jefferson high schools running with Kentridge and Kent-Meridian. Here are the top three placers in every event.

100 Meters

Boys

1. Jr. Jordan Miller, 11.03, Kentridge

2. Sr. Jayden Saelee, 11.31, Kent-Meridian

3. So. Zamaire Tellez, 11.33, Federal Way

Girls

1. Jr. Journey Cole, 12.14, Kent Meridian

2. So. Jaliyah Merriweather, 13.03, Kent Meridian

3. Sr. Amber Freeman, 13.14, Kent-Meridian

200 meters

Boys

1. Jr. Jordan Miller, 23.79, Kentridge

2. So. Jaylen Sinclair, 24.00, Federal Way

3. Sr. Luhiso Abdi, 24.47, Thomas Jefferson

Girls

1. Sr. Asia Star, 28.74, Thomas Jefferson

2. Jr. Nayimah Harris, 28.99, Kent-Meridian

3. So. Tionnie Pines, 29.95, Kent-Meridian

400 meters

Boys

1. Sr. Theo Carter, 53.23, Kent-Meridian

2. So. Zamaire Tellez, 56.58, Federal Way

3. So. Jason Iraheta, 57.72, Thomas Jefferson

Girls

1. Sr. Britanni Duarte, 1:03.73, Kent-Meridian

2. Sr. Helayna Bonilla, 1:05.70, Federal Way

3. Sr. Jayddan Davis, 1:05.72, Thomas Jefferson

800 meters

Boys

1. Jr. Riley Tricas, 2:00.87, Kentridge,

2. Jr. Mikah Leary, 2:03.21, Federal Way

3. So. Alex Thach, 2:09.91, Federal Way

Girls

1. So. Abigail Collier, 2:24.10, Federal Way

2. Fr. Sasha Delgado, 2:48.91, Thomas Jefferson

3. So. Jimena Zepeda, 2:50.29, Federal Way

1,600 meters

Boys

1. Sr. Dylan Irey, 4:47.74, Kentridge

2. Jr. Riley Tricas, 4:56.31, Kentridge

3. Jr. Paulo Carag Jr., 5:00.48, Kentridge

Girls

1. Sr. Meghan Schuyleman, 6:09.09, Thomas Jefferson

2. Jr. Addison Coates, 6:18.93, Kentridge

3. So. Marley Ballew, 6:55.39, Thomas Jefferson

3,200 meters

Boys

1. Jr. Carter Croft, 12:01.10, Kentridge

2. Fr. Jacob Trejo, 12:26.82, Thomas Jefferson

3. Jr. Paxton Knasiak, 12:36.22, Kentridge

Girls

1. Sr. Mila Tsai, 12:11.28, Kentridge

2. Sr. Emily Schmitke, 12:59.05, Kentridge

3. Sr. Sarah Dickson, 13:05.58, Kentridge

Hurdles

100 meters (girls)

1. Jr. Shiney Mayanja, 16.23, Kentridge

2. Jr. Ayla Johnson, 16.89, Kentridge

3. Sr. Nia Bickham, 17.02, Kent-Meridian

110 meters (Boys)

1. Sr. Sam Wah, 15.27, Federal Way

2. So. Braylen Lyons, 15.47, Federal Way

3. Sr. Brendan Geyer, 17.27, Kentridge

300 meters

Boys

1. So. Braylen Lyons, 42.89, Federal Way

2. Sr. Brendan Geyer, 45.36, Kentridge

3. Jr. Cam’Ron Taylor, 47.15, Federal Way

Girls

1. Jr. Ayla Johnson, 49.60, Kentridge

2. Jr. Elia Baker, 49.81, Federal Way

3. So. Londyn Williams-Connerly, 52.88, Thomas Jefferson

4×100 meter relay

Boys

Thomas Jefferson

Kentridge

Kent-Meridian

Girls

Federal Way

Kentridge

Kent-Meridian

4×200

Federal Way

Kentridge

Kent-Meridian

4×400

Boys

Federal Way

Kentridge

Kentridge

Girls

Federal Way

Thomas Jefferson

Kentridge

Shot Put

Boys

1. Sr. Zoe Emery, 46-08.75, Kent-Meridian

2. Jr. Jason Page, 37-08.50, Federal Way

3. Jr. Lono Leaana, 37-06.50, Kentridge

Girls

1. Sr. Nashayla Fellows, 33-00.00, Kent-Meridian

2. Jr. Lillian Morlan, 29-08.75, Federal Way

3. So. Ashley Aguilar, 29-01.75, Federal Way

Discus

Boys

1. Jr. Jason Page, 118-09, Federal Way

2. Sr. Owen Wren, 94-10, Federal Way

3. Jr. Sadrack Jean-Pierre, 93-09, Federal Way

Girls

1. Sr. Nashayla Fellows, 112.-06, Kent-Meridian

2. Jr. Fotu O Samoa Apelu, 83-10, Kent-Meridian

3. Jr. Damea Hightower, 80-08, Thomas Jefferson

Javelin

Boys

1. So. Shane Kang, 133-01PR, Thomas Jefferson

2. Jr. Jason Page, 120-04, Federal Way

3. Sr. D’Angelo Brown, 113-08PR, Kent-Meridian

Girls

1. Sr. Lianna Saucedo, 91-11.Thomas Jefferson

2. So. Samantha Thomas, 78-03, Kentridge

3. Sr. Joy Karanja, 78-01, Federal Way

High jump

Boys

1. Jr. Geron White, 6-00.00, Federal Way

2. Jr. Adam Thomas, 5-04.00, Thomas Jefferson

3. So. Jaydon Teets, 5-02.00, Federal Way

Girls

1. Jr. Ayla Johnson, 4-06.00, Kentridge

2. Sr. Jessie Zakhary, 4-02.00, Kentridge

3. Jr. Olivia Ault, 4-00.00, Federal Way

Pole vault

Boys

1. Fr. Caden Barclay, 9-06.00, Thomas Jefferson

2. So. Samuel Thome, 9-06.00, Kent-Meridian

3. Jr. Vin Archie Magno, 9-00.00, Federal Way

Girls

1. Jr. Yahzmeen Corney, 7-00.00, Federal Way

2. Jr. Sophia Lamb, 6-06.00, Thomas Jefferson

2. Jr. Coral Reyes, 6-06.00, Thomas Jefferson

4. Jr. Ava Springer, 6-00.00, Kentridge

Long jump

Boys

1. Sr. Sam Wah, 20-11.00, Federal Way

2. Sr. Johnson Nguyen,19-05.00, Kent-Meridian

3. Jr. Chanz Davidson, 19-04.50, Thomas Jefferson

Girls

1. Jr. Journey Cole, 16-11.75, Kent-Meridian

2. Sr. Felicity Sibounheuang, 16-00.75, Kentridge

3. So. LaJaya Brown, 15-08.75, Kentridge

Triple jump

Boys

1. Jr. Christian Mortimer, 39-11.00, Kent-Meridian

2. Jr. Adam Thomas, 39-03.50, Thomas Jefferson

3. So. Braylen Lyons, 39-02.00, Federal Way

Girls

1. Sr. Nia Bickham, 33-01.50, Kent-Meridian

2. Sr. Jayddan Davis, 29-08.50, Thomas Jefferson

3. Sr. Abigail Wanjiru, 28-03.50, Thomas Jefferson


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Kentridge and Kent-Meridian runners leaping over hurdles in the first heat. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Kentridge and Kent-Meridian runners leaping over hurdles in the first heat. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Two Charger runners try and outlast a late push from Thomas Jefferson down the inside line. Ben Ray / The Mirror

Two Charger runners try and outlast a late push from Thomas Jefferson down the inside line. Ben Ray / The Mirror

Thomas Jefferson shot putter throws at Kent-Meridian. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Thomas Jefferson shot putter throws at Kent-Meridian. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Kent-Meridian javelin thrower gives it a go at French Field. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Kent-Meridian javelin thrower gives it a go at French Field. Ben Ray / The Reporter

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