POULSBO — Central Kitsap’s boys and Port Angeles’ girls claimed Lil’ Norway Invitational team titles Saturday at Viking Stadium.
Central Kitsap finished with 117 points. North Kitsap was second at 106.5 points and Sequim was third with 78 points. Port Angeles finished with 118.5 points to 103 for host North Kitsap. Central Kitsap girls were third with 94.5 points.
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Olympic’s Malcom DeWalt and Adam Johnson each won sprint events. DeWalt won the 200-meter in 23.27 and Johnson in the 100 meter in 11.26.
Bainbridge snagged the top two spots in the 800 meters as Carlo Ruggiero and Carter Hall both hit personal records and were 1-2 in 1:58.09 and 1:59.22, respectively.
Central Kitsap boys, Zion Archer, Alexander Refilong, Dominic Telemaque and David Wright, won the 4×100 relay in 44.67. The Cougars, Archer, Louis Gannon, Zachary Green, Seth Tower, also snagged the 4×200 relay in 3:36.32.
CK’s Ezekiel Sousou was a double winner. He won the shot put with a throw of 45 feet, .5 inches, and the discus in 139-08, a PR.
Jesse Smith of Bremerton retained his top ranking in the Olympic League with a win in the pole vault in 13-06 just four inches off his PR of 14-0.
Olympic’s Hanna Troy won the 100 meters in a season-best 12.50 seconds. Troy was second in the long jump with a distance of 15-11.5. Bainbridge’s Emma Brundige won the event in 17-02.5. In her third event, Troy was second in the triple jump with a distance of 33-0.5.
Bainbridge, Hannah Tonsmann, McKenzie Korican, Josephine Meier and Elizabeth Messinger, won the distance medley relay in 13 minutes, 20.10 seconds.
Central Kitsap’s Olivia Krog topped the field in the javelin with a throw of 115-05.
In the hammer, Alexandra Payne of North Kitsap set a PR in 122-8.5, outdistancing Tacoma Baptist’s Meagan Smallbeck by more than 10 feet, 111-03.50.
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