Camas High Track & Field Girls Team Wins Jesuit Twilight Meet
The Camas Girls Track and Field team won the Jesuit Twilight Meet Friday night, edging out Jesuit on their home turf. The Girls earned 73.5 points. Jesuit placed second with 70.66 points.
The Camas Boys placed fourth with 48 points.
Papermaker Alexa Efraimson won the 1500m (4:22.33) Friday night, which culminated in her third consecutive winning weekend. Incredible!
Alissa Pudlitzke placed second in the 3000m (10:27.50). Jordan Davis placed sixth in the 100m Hurdles (15.82).
The Camas Girls 4 x 400 Relay placed second in that event, earning a time of 3:59.23. The relay team consisted of McKenzie Good, Ali Nuce, Jordan Davis and Alexa Efraimson.
Camas also won the Distance Medley Relay (DMR) with a time of 12:40.67. The team consisted of Maddie Woodson, Kimi Knight, Camille Parsons, and Alissa Pudlitzke.
The Girls also took the top two spots in Javelin. Amber Corbett placed first (129-10) and McKenna Jackson second (123-11).
Co-Head Track Coach Alisa Wise was ecstatic about the results. She said Camas came from behind several times, chasing down a Jesuit runner and changing the overall outcome.
“They were amazing!” she said.
The Papermaker boys worked hard, as well.
Andrew Kaler placed second in the 3000m (9:00.37).
Grayson Anderson won the High Jump (6-06.00).
Blane Behrent placed third in Pole Vault (12-06.00).
Camas Track and Field will compete in Districts this coming week. Details to come.
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