The North Mason track and field teams topped Bremerton Saturday 68 to 45 on the girls side and the boys’ score was 68 to 30.
Addilyn Varick took the girls’ shot put, discus and javelin.
Amelia Borkenhagen took the girls’ 200 meters and long jump, and placed 2nd in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles.
Noah Hasselblad won the boys’ 1600 meters and the 3200 meters.
Josh Simons won the boys’ shot put and javelin, and was 2nd in the boys’ discus.
Ryan Crookshank won the boys’ high jump and finished 2nd in the boys’ 400 meters.
Freshman Trevan Simons won the boys’ 200 meters.
Freshman Paige Kelly took the girls’ 1600 meters.
Kezlie Thygesen topped the girls’ 3200 meters.
Ethan Fore took the boys’ discus, place 3rd in the discus and javelin.
Aiden Simons placed 2nd in the boys’ shot put.
Conrad Berg was 2nd in the boys’ high jump.
Freshman Aiden Jackson finished 2nd in the boys’ long jump.
Nathan Fjeld placed 2nd in the boys’ 1600 meters.
Cali Dupont took 2nd in the girls’ 400 meters and 3rd in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles.
Dakota Filer was 2nd in the boys’ 200 meters.
Joshua Ford placed 3rd in the boys’ 400 meters.
Averie Dupont won the girls’ 100 meter hurdles and the 300 meter hurdles, and was 3rd in the girls’ 100 meters.
Aaron Kilbury was 3rd in the boys’ 3200 meters.
The Bulldogs’ next meet is Saturday, April 10th at Bainbridge Island.