SoHi boys, Kenai girls track teams dominate Tri Meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Friday, May 12, 2017 12:12am
  • Sports

The Soldotna boys and Kenai Central girls dominated the SoHi Tri Meet held Tuesday afternoon at Justin Maile Field in Soldotna.

Soldotna won five of the nine boys events, led by junior Brenner Furlong’s individual wins in the 100 and 200 meters, while Kenai won five of the nine girls events, all with different individual winners.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough championship meet will be held Friday and Saturday at Justin Maile Field.

SoHi Tri Meet results

BOYS

100 — Brenner Furlong, Sol, 11.54; 2. Logan Schrader, Sol, 11.64; 3. Koby Vinson, Sol, 11.74; 4. Andrew West, Sol, 12.14; 5. Elias Machen-Gray, Ken, 12.14; 6. Jarett Wilson, Ken, 12.14.

400 — 1. Brenner Furlong, Sol, 54.44; 2. Koby Vinson, Sol, 55.44; 3. Abraham Van Hout, Sol, 55.94; 4. Jarett Wilson, Ken, 57.34; 5. Gideon Collver, Ken, 57.34; 6. Andrew West, Sol, 58.34.

1600 — 1. Josh Shuler, Sol, 4:58.64; 2. Lance Chilton, Sol, 5:01.94; 3. Sean Vergin, Sol, 5:07.34; 4. Bradley Walters, Sol, 5:14.94; 5. Cy Dull, Ken, 5:17.34; 6. Chance Reynolds, Sol, 5:19.64.

110 hurdles — 1. Abraham Van Hout, Sol, 15.94; 2. Jarett Wilson, Ken, 16.04; 3. Haiden Tryon, Sol, 19.24; 4. Corbin Wirz, Sol, 20.14.

800 relay — 1. Kenai (Debnam, Kruse, Machen-Gray, Easling), 1:42.44; 2. Soldotna, 1:43.44; 3. Soldotna, 1:47.94; 4. Soldotna, 1:53.94.

Shot put — 1. Seth Kruse, Ken, 40-01; 2. Galen Brantley, Sol, 39-09; 3. Kyle Marcuson, Sol, 38-09; 4. Ian Johnson, Nik, 38-08; 5. Cody Nye, Sol, 36-10 1/2; 6. Chance Turvin, Sol, 36-02 1/2.

Discus — 1. Ian Johnson, Nik, 132-04; 2. John Grossl, Ken, 131-04; 3. Galen Brantley, 114-04; 4. Levi Benner, Sol, 108-03; 5. Jiabao Leaf, CIA, 100-02; 6. Cody Nye, Sol, 97-03.

LJ — 1. Josh Jackman, Ken, 21-01 1/2; 2. Jack Sullenger, Nik, 18-02 3/4; 3. Ross Hanson, Ken, 18-01 3/4; 4. Dominik Efta, Ken, 18-01 1/4; 5. Aaron McCollum, Nik, 17-05 3/4; 6. Garrett Ellis, Nik, 16-01.

TJ — 1. Logan Schrader, Sol, 37-10; 2. Bechler Metcalf, Sol, 37-04; 3. Dominik Efta, Ken, 35-10; 4. Bryan Whitaker, Sol, 34-11; 5. Jersey Truesdell, Sol, 34-05; 6. Tyler Morrison, Sol, 34-02.

GIRLS

100 — 1. Hayley Maw, Ken, 13.14; 2. Alyssa Bucho, Ken, 13.24; 3. Tovia Bremond-Hilton, Sol, 13.34; 4. Brittany Taylor, Sol, 13.34; 5. Tekaiya Rich, Ken, 13.34; 6. Lizz Siemion, Sol, 13.84.

400 — 1. Addison Gibson, Ken, 1:02.74; 2. Brittany Taylor, Sol, 1:08.44; 3. Kellie Arthur, Sol, 1:11.34; 4. Holleigh Jaime, Sol, 1:12.34; 5. Denali Wurst, Sol, 1:13.44; 6. Aliann Schmidt, Sol, 1:14.84.

1600 — 1. Brooke Satathite, Ken, 5:39.24; 2. Riana Boonstra, Ken, 5:41.24; 3. Kellie Arthur, Sol, 5:55.44; 4. Ithaca Bergholtz, Ken, 6:04.44; 5. Breanna McConnell, Ken, 6:32.54; 6. Dareena Doyle, Ken, 6:33.14.

100 hurdles — 1. Katie Kilfoyle, Ken, 17.24; 2. Sophie Thomas, Sol, 17.74; 3. Kylie Ness, Sol, 17.74; 4. Holleigh Jaime, Sol, 18.44; 5. Savanna Wilson, Ken, 18.44; 6. Sarah Hollers, CIA, 19.44.

800 relay — 1. Kenai (Bucho, Rich, Wilson, Maw), 1:51.54; 2. Soldotna, 1:55.44; 3. Soldotna, 2:06.54.

Shot put — 1. Annie Quinn, Sol, 32-11; 2. Emily Pieh, 30-08; 3. Savannah McDonald, Sol, 29-11; 4. Bailey Leach, Sol, 29-06; 5. Rachel Spence, Sol, 25-04 1/2; 6. Kaycee Bostic, Nik, 22-08.

Discus — 1. Emily Pieh, Sol, 119-09; 2. Kaitlyn Johnson, Nik, 94-00; 3. Annie Quinn, Sol, 93-09; 4. Rachel Spence, Sol, 85-09; 5. Bailey Leach, Sol, 84-04; 6. Savannah McDonald, Sol, 77-07.

LJ — 1. Crystal Epperheimer, Nik, 11-08 1/2.

TJ — 1. Denali Wurst, Sol, 28-05; 2. Aliann Schmidt, Sol, 27-07; 3. Crystal Epperheimer, Nik, 25-11.

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