Vancouver, WA — In a wet and cold second day of final Track and Field events, Camas clinched both the Boys and Girls GSHL 4A District Championships Thursday night at McKenzie Stadium.
Track Coach Alisa Wise said the dual victories were a combination of “depth, strength, resilience, and consistency.”
Here are the results:
Nkem Aduka won the discus title for Camas with a distance of 115-6. She was the only competitor to throw over 100 feet.
Alexa Dietz won the Long Jump event Thursday, after winning the Triple Jump a day earlier. Her best leap was 16 feet, 4 inches.
Cooper McNatt placed second in the High Jump, clearing 5-10, which qualified him to compete at bi-districts.
Daniel Maton won the 800m run, while Papermaker Cade Greseth took third; both will compete at bi-districts.
Ellie Postma and Rachel Blair placed second and third, respectively, in the 800m run; both will compete at bi-districts.
William Sun won the 300m Hurdles event.
“I thought I was going to be behind Union,” said Will Sun, who won the 300m Hurdles event. “But the Union runner hit a couple of hurdles, and I was right there with him. This win feels really good.”
Cambryn Gulzow bested the 300m Hurdles event, and heads to bi-districts.
For a complete listing of all events and times, go to https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=311961#450