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BATTLE GROUND, WA — The Camas High School Track & Field team dominated the competition at Saturday’s Tiger Invite, with the boys scoring 121.15 points, and the girls scoring 112 points overall. It was a large event with 18 schools represented.

“Camas really delivered solid performances,” said Camas Co-Head Coach Alisa Wise. “We’re really proud of how they did at the Tiger Invite.”

 

1600m Run

Girls Events

For the girls, Raegan Nelson, of WF West, won both the 100m an
d 200m events, with a time of 13.30 and 25.95, respectively. Battle Ground’s Andrew Olstead won the 400m with a time of 1:00.50.

Mark Morris won the 400m Relay Split with a time of 65.0.

Alexa Efraimson, of Camas, won the 800m event with a time of 2:13.63.

Fellow Papermaker Alissa Pudlitzke won the 1600m event with a time of 5:14.62 and Maddie Woodson, also of Camas, placed second at 5:17.39.

 

Pudlitzke
Camas long-distance runners Alissa Pudlitzke and Maddie Woodson
in the final moments of the 1600m. Pudlitzke won the event, and Woodson
placed second.

Camille Parsons, of Camas, won the 3200m event at 11:32.40. In the 100m Hurdles (33”) Skyview’s Madison Lanford won the event at 17.03, with Sydney Haynes at 17.22, and Papermaker Tamaki Murata at 17.37. In the 300m Hurdles, Mar’Shay Moore of Fort Vancouver won the event at 46.99, and was followed by Camas’ Jordan Davis at 48.12.

Skyview won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 52.58. The team consisted of Cori Murray, Jessie Horn, Madison Lanford and Rachel Shirley. And Prairie won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 4:14.95. The Prairie team consisted of Nicole Goecke, Lindsay Tompkins, Nicole Tompkins, and Lindsay Asplund.

Camas owned the Distance Medley Relay (12, 4, 8, 16) at 12.11.10. The team consisted of Alissa Pudlitzke, Camille Parsons, Maddie Woodson, and Alexa Efraimson.

Aubrey Ward of Skyview won the Shot Put at 41-07.00, and Heritage’s Guadalupe Mendoza won the Discus at 107-11. Ward also won the Javelin at 126-11.Camas’ Lauren Neff won the High Jump at 5-04.00 and made it look easy. Papermaker Kathryn Johnson placed fifth at 4-08.00.

 

 

High Jump
Camas senior Lauren Neff won the High Jump event on Saturday at
the Tiger Invite in Battle Ground.

Rebekkah Jones, of Mark Morris, won the Pole Vault at 9-00.00 while Jenna Dukovcic, of Mark Morris, handily won the Long Jump at 17-03.00. Battle Ground’s Andrea Olstead won the Triple Jump at 33-08.75.

Boys Events

Papermaker Graysen Anderson won the 100m event with a time of 11.62, and Kevin Washington of Skyview won the 200m with a time of 22.35. Papermaker Cole Zarcone placed fifth in both events.

Prairie’s Garrett Baltazaar won the 400m event with a time of 51.24. Mark Morris won the 400m Relay Split at 52.3.

Camas’ Andrew Kaler won the 800m event at 1:58.75, while fellow Papermaker Jackson Cutler placed fifth in the same event.

Kaler also won the 1600m event with a time of 4:27.65. Sean Eustis of Washougal and WF West’s Danny Robertson placed second and third, respectively. Camas’ Tucker Boyd placed fifth. Papermaker Riley Hein placed ninth.

 

 

Kaler Finishes
Camas senior Andrew Kaler won the 800m and 1600m events.
Here he is in the final moments of the 1600m.

Skyview’s Colby Gilbert handily won the 3200m event with a time of 9:04.30 WF West’s Dallas Snider and Camas’s Andrew Duffy rounded out the top three. Papermaker Zach Hein placed seventh.

Skyview’s Tony Sparrow won the 110m Hurdles with a time of 15.72, and Jared Neiman of Kalama won the 300m Hurdles with a time of 40.90.  Mohamed Conteh and Sparrow rounded out the top three. Papermaker Ryan Gunther placed fourth.

Prairie won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 43.42. Skyview and Battle Ground placed second and third, respectively. WF West won the 4×400 Relay with Prairie and Battle Ground rounded out the top three.

Mark Morris won the Distance Medley Relay (12, 4, 8, 16) with a time of 10:50.72. The Camas DMR team placed a close second at 10:52.67. The Camas team consisted of Albert Plock, Dustine ZImmerly, Tucker Boyd, and Ryan Gunther. Washougal placed third in the event with a time of 10:53.49.

RA Long’s Mitch Moe won Shot Put at 51-05.25. Moe also won the Discus at 157-09.

Jabari Marshall of Skyview won the Javelin at 170-01.

Papermaker Grayson Anderson won the High Jump at 6-04.00, and RA Long’s Richard Clark won Pole Vault at 12-06.00.

Prairie’s James Phillips won Long Jump at 21-11.00, and Papermaker Josh Ryan placed second at 21-09.50. Forest Russell, of Skyview placed third.

Heritage’s Devin Scott won the Triple Jump at 44-05.50, followed by King’s Way Christian’s Ben Nelson and Papermaker Josh Ryan.

Camas Track & Field competes again on Thursday, March 28 at Cardon Field against Union.

 

Camas High School Track & Field hosted Skyview at its first meet of the season in some very adverse weather conditions.

“It was a great meet tonight (minus the swim meet),” said Camas Track Coach Alisa Wise. “Skyview was tough as we expected! Great job to all athletes, thank you to all our parents and volunteers who braved the northwest elements!”

Women’s Events

Papermaker Rachel Gray won the 100m (13.81) and McKenna Jackson (14.00) placed second. In the 200m, Jordan Davis (29.66) placed first and Aubrey Allen (31.37) placed second. In the 400m, Skyview won, and Christina Lopatin, of Camas, placed second. In the 800m, Papermaker Camille Parsons (2:30.40) won the event, followed by Papermaker Alissa Pudlitzke (2:31.06). Alexa Efraimson won the 1600m event (5:02.33), followed by Parsons (5:21.30). Maddie Woodson, of Camas, placed third (5:26.99).

Pudlitzke won the 3200m (11:11.95) while Efraimson placed second (11:12.18).

In the 100m Hurdles, Kimi Knight bested the competition with a time of 16.52, with Tamaki Murata placing second. Knight also won the 300m Hurdles (49.56).

The Lady Papermakers won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 54.46. The team consisted of Knight, Murata, Gray, and Amanda Shi.

Skyview won the 4×200 Relay.

The Lady Papermakers also won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 4:24.78. The team was comprised of Knight, Parson, Pudlitzke and Efraimson.

Skyview won Shot Put, Discus and Javelin.

Papermaker Lauren Neff won the High Jump at 5’ and Kathryn Johnson placed second at 4’8”.

Camas’ Caleigh Lofstead won the Pole Vault at 8’ and Paige Jackson placed second at 7’6”.

Camas’ Caleigh Lofstead won the Long Jump at 14’4”.

Camas also took the top two places for the Triple Jump, with Lauren Neff leading the way, followed by Murata.

 

Kimi Knight
Camas runner Kimi Knight won the 100m Hurdles Tuesday.

Starting Run

 
Alexa Efraimson Runs
Alexa Efraimson and Alissa Pudlitzke compete in the 3200m event.

Boys Events

 
Liam Fitzgerald
Camas Freshman Liam Fitzgerald competes in the High Jump.

Skyview won the 100m event Tuesday night.

Skyview’s Elliot Willis (23.41) won the 200m event, followed by Papermaker Cole Zarcone (23.81).

Willis also won the 400m (51.24) and fellow Skyview runner Gage Stumpf placed second (54.46).

In the 800m, Skyview’s Colby Gilbert was hard to catch, as he won with a time of 2:00. Papermaker Tucker Boyd placed second (2:02.49).

 

Zach Hein
Zach Hein competes in the 1600m. It was freezing!

Gilbert also won the 1600m event with a time of 4:23.81. He was followed by Papermaker Andrew Kaler (4:29.41).

Kaler won the 3200m event (10:05.03). Skyview’s Kaden Harbertson placed second (10:06.31).

 

Kaler and Gilbert
Andrew Kaler, right, won the 3200m event.
 Skyview’s Tony Sparrow won the 110m Hurdles event (15.07), while Papermaker William Ephraim placed second (16.07).

Papermaker Ryan Gunther won the 300m Hurdles with a time of 43.27. Ephraim placed second (43.55).

Skyview won the 4×100 Relay with a time of 44.31. The team consisted of Forrest Russell, Brandon Twitchell, Kalvin Johnson, and Kevin Washington.

Camas won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 3:44.50.

Papermaker Triton Pitassi won the Shot Put competition at 47’3”. And Papermaker Chris Durrett won the Discus at 128’6”.

Skyview won Javelin, and Camas owned Pole Vault with a first place finish by Blaine Behrent.

Papermaker Josh Ryan won the Long Jump at 20’9”, and he also won the Triple Jump (39’7”).

Josh Ryan
Josh Ryan won the High Jump.

 

Mitch Gaylor Skyview
Skyview’s Mitch Gaylor gets
ready to compete in the 100m.

 

Gilbert
Skyview long-distance runner.
 

Andrew Kaler
Camas Track & Field runner Andrew Kaler at a 2012 home meet.

Camas High School’s 2013 Track & Field season kicks off Tuesday, March 19 at 3:30 at Cardon Field and will compete against Skyview. The students have been working hard since late February to prepare, and fans are looking forward to seeing the Papermakers back in action.

Runners Alissa Pudlitzke, Alexa Efraimson and Andrew Kaler recently and others have continued to run and develop during off-season.

Long-distance runner Tucker Boyd is excited about the first meet and is hosting a special Fitness Camp during Spring Break to teach younger kids about the sport.

The Track & Field team continues to grow and Coach Alisa Wise is excited for the season to begin.

Albuquerque, NM –Two divisions (Midget and Youth) of the Evergreen Storm Premier Running Team competed Saturday at the USA Track & Field (USATF) Jr. National Champions Saturday, and ran way with some impressive results.

The nation’s young runners, from all regions, competed in this Cross Country meet to see who was the best of the best. Evergreen’s Youth team (13-14 year-olds) placed 12thoverall out of 17 teams, while the Midget team (11 and 12 year-olds) placed 10thout of 22 teams.

Individually, Emily Wilson, 12, who attends Skyridge Middle School, competed in the 3000m and placed 13thout of 263 runners, with a time of 11 minutes, 33 seconds.  She earned the distinction of being an “All-American.” Impressive. On the Youth team, Marley LeFore placed 32ndoverall out of 260 competitors.

“I felt good afterward, “ said Wilson. “I’m proud of myself for how far I’ve come. It was a good experience.”

 

NM
Emily Wilson, of Camas, earned 13th place out of 263 competitors in the 3000m
race at the USA Track & Field Jr. National Championships.

 

 
Track
Emily Wilson, 12, center, placed 13th in the nation in her age division
in the 3000m race.
 
 
Storm
Members of the Evergreen Storm Youth Team in New Mexico.

Wilson has only been running competitively for 15 months and has played soccer for years.

“It was cool to see who was the best of the best,” Wilson added.

LeFore also had a great time.

“It was an amazing experience because there were so many girls that have the same talent as me,” LeFore said. “And I got to test my talents to see how good I was. From this experience I learned that I should not underestimate myself and to worry about my race and not how others are running.”

LeFore added: “Our team ranked high because we all sacrificed and worked hard! All of the girls are like my second family!”

Evergreen Storm team member, Lauren Mahnke, said, “It was a great weekend and a great experience to run with girls from all over the country!”

The experience has inspired her to keep running. She is already sad there will be no Storm practice on Monday.

“The altitude was tough, but we ran through it,” Mahnke added.

The team practices at the Union High School track, and is coached by Mike McKinney.

The Camas Track & Field team had a successful night at the Jon Ingram Twilight Meet at Columbia River on Friday, taking home two trophies and a new school record to boot.

Camas Track & Field runner Alexa Efraimson finished the 1600m run in 4:57, breaking the Camas High School record for that event.  Camas swept the tops spots in both Boys and Girl’s 1600m runs!

Zack Marshall took first place in the 200m at 22.57 and also placed second in the 100m. Tucker Boyd bested the competition in the 800m run with a time of 2:01.00.

Camas also dominated the Boy’s 1600m run with Andrew Kaler, Tucker Boyd, and John Doyle taking the top three spots.

William Ephraim placed third in the Men 300m Hurdles with a time of 43.81. Camas placed second in the Boy’s 4×100 Relay with a time of 45.28; Columbia River won that event.

 

Alexa
Alexa Efraimson set a new CHS record in the 1600m run at Columbia River.

 

 

Daniel Ryan placed second in the Boy’s High Jump at 5′ 10″.

Efraimson won the Girl’s 800m run with a time of 2:15.32; Austen Reiter placed third in the same event. Efraimson, Reiter and Camille Parsons also dominated the 1600m, taking the top three spots.

Kimi Knight continued her success in the 100m Hurdles, placing second at 16.14. Camas Girls also won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 4:25.21.

Lauren Neff capture third place in the Girl’s High Jump at 5 feet; she got second place in the Triple Jump. And Paige Jackson got the third spot in the Pole Vault event at 9 feet.

The team competes against Prairie and Hudson’s Bay on Monday, and then head off to Oregon Relays in Eugene, OR on Friday.