MMK’s Sowle & Fries, Shelton Girls shine in Chehalis while NM baseball falls at home
Mary M. Knight’s Kaylee Sowle won four events and Austin Fries won two events at the Chehalis Activators Classic. Sowle won the girls’ 100 meters (with a season record time of 12.91 seconds), the high jump, the long jump and the triple jump (with a personal record distance of 36 feet, 3 inches). The Fries won the boys’ high jump with a personal record height of 5-foot-8 and took the triple jump with a season record distance of 39 feet, 3 inches. Fries also placed 2nd in the long jump with a person record distance of 19-feet 2.5 inches.
Also placing for the Owls were was Zack Thompson who finished 4th in the boys’ javelin and Isaiah Compton who was 7th in the discus.
The Shelton girls’ track and field team finished at the top of the Chehalis Invitational while the Highclimber boys were 12th.
The Lady-‘Climbers were led by Victoria Silverman who won the 300-meter hurdles, was 2nd in the 100-meter hudles and part of the relay team (with Austyne Cralle, Trinity Payment & Kamdan Nicklaus) that won the 4×100 and the relay team (with Cralle, Miracle Horne & Nicklaus) that was 2nd in the 4×200.
Alauna Carstens won the girls’ 1600 meters and place 3rd in the triple jump.
Trinity Payment finished 2nd in the girls’ long jump.
Kaman Nicklaus was 5th in the girls’ high jump.
Leading the Shelton boys were Brock Knowles who finished 2nd in the 800 meters, William Johnson who placed 2nd in the 1600 meters, and Ethan Bursch who took 4th in the 1600 meters.
North Mason’s Miller Campbell took 3rd in the hammer at the Nike Eason Invitational at Snohomish High School. Campbell had a toss of 141 feet, 3 inches.
The North Mason baseball team lost a non-league game to Napavine Saturday 9 to 3. Brenden Kimball led the Bulldogs in the loss going 2 for 3 at the plate with a double and an RBI. Jakob Stark was 1 for 3 with an RBI. Gabe Navarro had an RBI sacrifice fly in the 6th inning. Preston Macomber was 1 for 3 with a triple. Troy McCormick and Mason Fisher were both 1 for 3 and each scored a run. The boys from Belfair are now 8-and-8 on the season. They return to Olympic League play Monday at Kingston.