Grayson Anderson of Mountain View was one of several high jumpers to clear 6-6 which ties his PR.
Andrew Gardner of Mead drove at the line to pull off a win in the 1600. He was clocked at 4:09.71.
Tatum Taylor of O'Dea won the 100 with the fastest time of the day--10.68.
Freshman Alexa Efraimson was the runner-up in the 800 but still was below the previous meet record.
In the tightest race, Jordan McPhee of Mount Rainier was only .01 seconds behind Chandler Olson of Woodinville.
Amy-Eloise Neale of Glacier Peak added the 800 record to the records she captured last year (1600 and 3200). Her time was 2:10.32.
Jennifer DeBellis of Columbia River vaulted 12-6 breaking her own record and placing first in her division.
Katie Knight of North Central added the 1600 to her list of championships for 2011-2012.
Audrey Ketchum of Wenatchee captured her 3rd state title in the HJ with a leap of 5-7.
Andrew Gardner of Mead ran a different race strategy than last year and a different end result--a win which eluded him last year.
Marcus Dickson of White River led a group of 6 runners who all were under the meet time. His winning time was 4:10.79.
Conor McCandless of Gonzaga Prep was the runner-up by .01 seconds in the 1600 while Korey Krotzer was the earlier leader of that race.
Derby won the 4A title in the 400 Meters
Andrew Brown of Tumwater won the 400 in 48.35 and broke the division record.
Jameson Shirley of Skyview won the PV with a height of 15-6.
Molly Grager of Juanita won the 3A girls HJ title on a windy day.
Nick Boersma of Wenatchee posted the fastest 800 time of the day and broke the meet record with 1:49.87.
Ellie Heiden of Kamiakin won the 400 with the best time of the day--55.15.
Katie Knight of North Central went to the head of the field from the start and in the process won the 3A Girls 3200 title in 10:27.49.
Freshman Alexis Fuller of Union won the 800 with a time of 2:13.69.
Izaic Yorks of Lakes ran a 3A meet record 1:50.56 in the 800.
Nathan Weitz of Shadle Park ran 4:05.60 which was lower than the meet record. He also broke his school record.
Marcus Dickson of White River got his final day off to a bang with a win in the 800.
Nathan Weitz of Shadle Park and Joe Hardy of Seattle Prep waged a battle in the 3A boys 3200. Nathan took out the pace while Joe caught Nathan in the final 100 meters.
Patrick Gibson of Sehome held ff a challenge by Marcus Dickson of White River.
Izaic Yorks of Lakes followed up his 800 win with a record breaking 1600 in 4:04.77.
Sean Keller of Heritage won the javelin with a throw of 227-11 and broke the meet record.
Jordan McPhee of Mt. Rainier took over the race midway and won the 1600.
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