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A busy early morning on the Mount Tahoma track

May 25th, 2013 by nathan joyce

UPDATE: Central Kitsap’s Michael Thomas won the Class 4A boys 400 in a West Sound record time off 47.84 (unofficial).
Another West Sound record fell as South Kitsap boys won the 4×400 relay in 3:18.39. An SK relay team had the record since 1988 at 3:30.05.

We’ve seen state titles and state records broken from West Sound track and field athletes. Let’s get you caught up:
In the 2A girls 300 hurdles, North Kitsap’s Reagan Colyer broke the 2A state meet record, but ended up in second place. Colyer, the defending state champ in the event, ran in 43.44. Sehome’s Hanna Tarleton won in 43.20. The old record was 43.80.
North Mason’s CJ Allen broke the meet record in his 300 hurdle race and got the state title. Allen, who broke the record in the prelims on Friday, ran a 37.33. The record before the weekend was 37.79.
Another record that fell was the girls 800 as Camas’ Alexa Efraimson, who broke the overall state meet record in the 1,600 on Thursday, did the same in 2:08.17. Central Kitsap’s Rose Christen was second in 2:10.35.
South Kitsap’s LaForrest Church won the 4A boys 800 title in 1:51.82. That’s the top time in the state this season.
Olympic’s Zach Smith was second in the 2A boys 100.
Central Kitsap’s Hudson Keffer took second in the 4A boys javelin.
I’ll be back with more later.
If you want to watch the goings-on at the state track and field meet, click here.

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