Camas Dominates Evergreen at Track and Field Meet

Camas Track & Field team dominated Thursday’s home meet against Evergreen, as the boys won with 109 points to Evergreen’s 36, and the girls won 114 to 36.

It was a warm, clear and sunny day, and quite the contrast from a week earlier for the season opener meet.

Girls Events

The Evergreen girls dominated the 100m event, earning the best three times, as Jamilah Harper won the event with 12.97; Emma Hill (13.15) earned second, and Anh Thi (13.34) earned third place.

In the 200m event, Papermaker Jordan Davis earned first place with a time of 27.64, and Anh Thi (27.81) earned second, and Ali Nuce (28.02) placed third.

In the 400m event, Papermaker Alexa Efraimson placed first with a time of 58.27. She was followed by McKenzie Good at 1:03.24, and Evergreen’s Anh Thi (1:03.5). Ali Nuce clocked in a 1:03.68. It was a really close race for second position.

Camas’ Camille Parsons won the 800m event at 2:37.06. She was followed by Sarah Garner (2:36.65) and Evergreen’s Victoria Duong (2:38.49).

Parsons would do it again with a victory in the 1600m, earning a time of 5:26.28. Teammates Maddie Woodson (5:32.46) and Sarah Garner (5:47.21) rounded out the top three.

Alissa Pudlitzke won the 3200m event, earning a time of 11:14.62. Woodson (11:44.15) and Alexa Jones (12:25.85) rounded out the top three.

In the 100m Hurdles, Jordan Davis won with a time of 16.15, with very close finishes by Tamaki Murata (16.5) and Amanda Shi (16.9).

The 300m Hurdles was razor thin as Kimi Knight and Jordan Davis were even throughout the intense race. Knight won with 47.24 to Davis’s 47.47. It was THAT close. Tamaki Murata placed third at 49.82.


Camas runner Adam Peterson receives the baton during the boys 4×400
relay event on Thursday at Cardon Field.


Kimi Knight Runs
Kimi Knight and Jordan Davis locked in a super-tight 300m Hurdles
race at Thursday’s Track & Field meet. Knight won with 47.24; Davis earned
at time of 47.47. Super close race!
Evergreen won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 52.26. Their team consisted of Mikila Horsely, Anh Thi, Jamilah Harper and Emma Hill.
The baton hand off during the 4×400 Relay.
Camas won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 4:14.94.
Alexa Efraimson finishes the 4×400 Relay.

In the field events, Amber Corbett won Shot Put at 34’7”. Nicole Corbett palced second at 32’9” with Alaysia Atkins placing third at 28’5”.

Nicole Corbett won Discus with 102’8”. Amber Corbett placed second at 88’6.5”. And Brenna Vargo placed third at 73’1.5”.

Amber Corbett also won the Javelin at 116’7”. McKenna Jackson placed third at 108’10.5” and Jenna-Rae Wilson placed third at100’7”.

Evergreen’s Danielle Duvall won the High Jump at 5 feet, with Lauren Neff placing a close second and Kathryn Johnson earning third place at 4’8”.

Papermaker Caleigh Lofstead won the Pole Vault event at 9” with Paige Jackson placing second at 8’6”. Evergreen’s Veda Newton was third at 7’6”.

Evergreen’s Emma Hill won the Long Jump contest at 16’0, with Lofstead at second (15’1.5”) and Jamilah Harper (15’1”).

Hill also won the Triple Jump at 33’1”. Tamaki Murta placed second (32’4.5”) and Lauren Neff at 30’9”.

Boys Events

Camas dominated the 100m event as Grayson Anderson won (10.89) with Cole Zarcone (11.23) and Ryan Gunther (11.58) winning second and third place, respectively.

Zarcone won the 200m event (23.23), Evergreen’s Te’Kwon Wallace (24.05) and Papermaker Michael Johnson (24.30) placed second and third, respectively.

Jackson Cutler was out front in the 400m and kept it there to win the event at 52.86. Evergreen’s Te’Kwon Wallace (53.27) placed second, and Michael Johnson (53.64) placed third.


Jackson Cutler won the 400m Event.

Ryan Gunther moved past Andrew Duffy to win the 800m event with a time of 2:06.27. Duffy placed second at 2:08.42 while Taryk Boyd placed third at 2:09.05.

Papermaker Riley Hein won the 1600m event with a time of 4:35.53. Duffy (4:37.25) placed second, and Taryk Boyd (4:41.44) earned a third place finish.

Andrew Kaler was out in front during the entire 3200m event and won earning a time of 9:43.88. Tucker Boyd (9:46.32) placed second and Daniel Osterhage (10:37) was third.


Andrew Kaler won the 3200m event, followed by Tucker Boyd.

William Ephraim dominated the 110m Hurdles clocking in at 16.18, with Evergreen’s Rees Alferd (18.87) at second, and Alex Maszak (44.61) at third.

Ephraim also won the 300m Hudles with a time of 42.30. Evergreen’s Anthony Thomas (44.2) was second, and Maszak placed third.

Evergreen won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 45.55, and Camas won the top spots in the 4×400 Relay, with the best team earning a time of 3:39.12. They were pretty excited about the results.

Papermaker Brody Bagnall won Discus at 142’6” with Chris Durrett at 131’1” and Jake Yraceburu at 122’7”.

Evergreen’s Reed Alferd won the Javelin at 137’. Nick Napier placed second at 135’7.5”. Evegreen’s Brody Bagnall was third at 133’1.

Grayson Anderson was the clear winner in the High Jump at 6’6”. David Neff and Josh Ryan placed second and third, respectively.

Josh Ryan placed third in the High Jump event.
Blane Behrent won the Pole Vault event at 13’6” with Alex Bull (10’) and Jackson Toole (10’) rounding out the top three.

Josh Ryan won the Long Jump at 21’2”. Evergreen’s Ramon Ortiz placed second at 19’2” and Jordan Karlous in third place at 18’9.5”.

Ryan also won the Triple Jump at 42’4.5”. Karlous placed second at 38’4.5”. Ephraim was third at 37’11”.

The next track meet John Ingraham Twilight Meet on April 12.

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