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Central Kitsap athletes qualify for state tournament

Athletes from all around the state are competing this week for the Washington Track and Field Championships.

Runners, jumpers and throwers from 4A schools will compete Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The 4A meet will take place at Mt. Tahoma High School at 4634 S 74th St in Tacoma.

Athletes from the Narrows League qualified for the state meet at the district meet last week. Those who finished in the top eight for each event at the district meet typically qualify.

A number of athletes from Central Kitsap High School will be at the event. The following Cougars finished in the top eight in their events at the district meet:

Girls

100 Meter

Fourth place: Keyera Gaulden, 12.66.

Sixth place: Jasmine Leaptrot, 12.69.

800 Meter

Second place: Rose Christen, 2:10.24.

1600 Meter

Fourth place: Rose Christen, 5:04.19.

4x100 Relay

Fifth place: Destiny Dunbar, Keyera Gaulden, Kendra Fields, Jasmine Leaptrot, 49.70.

4x200 Relay

Second place: Destiny Dunbar, Jasmine Leaptrot, Kendra Fields, Keyera Gaulden, 1:44.16.

4x400 Relay

Sixth place: Keyera Gaulden, Jasmine Leaptrot, Sophie Carroll, Rose Christen, 4:08.98.

 

Boys

400 Meter

First place: Michael Thomas, 48.16

800 Meter

Fifth place: Austin Anderson, 1:58.08.

4x100 Relay

Third place: Nick Zawadzki, Hudson Keffer, Greg Cleveland, Michael Thomas, 43.05.

4x400 Relay

Eighth place: Nick Zawadzki, Austin Anderson, Greg Cleveland, Michael Thomas, 3:34.71.

Javelin

First place: Hudson Keffer, 187-06.

Fifth place: Spencer Claeys, 168-06.

 

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