Auburn Mountainview’s Talan Alfrey doubled in his specialties at the 4A North Puget Sound League track and field meet last week at French Field.
Alfrey, a junior, captured the long jump with a personal-best 21 feet, 11½ inches and delivered a season-best 44-2 in settling for second in the triple jump behind Tahoma’s Bobby Say (46-1¼).
Tahoma dominated the team race, winning the boys division with 119½ points to Kentwood’s 76, and topping the girls standings, amassing 152½ points to Kentwood’s 68½ over two days of competition, May 10, 12.
Top finishers and qualifiers move on to this week’s West Central District showdown, also at French Field. Field events begin at 3 p.m. Thursday, running events at 5. The meet concludes Saturday.
For Auburn Riverside, Jaden Robinson was second in the 100 meters (11.04 seconds) and 200 (22.24) – both personal bests.
Auburn Mountainview’s Carson Porter-Keese too third in the 800 (1:57.85), and high jumper Benjamin Mose climbed a season-best 6-4 to finish second to state-leading Tyler Cronk of Kentridge, who went 6-8.
Porter-Kersee joined Bill Benjamin, Jadon Smith and De’Andre Washington on the 1,600 relay that finished fourth (3:29.64).
Sophomore Kacey Provo went 12-6, fourth in the pole vault for Auburn Mountainview.
For Auburn, Zachary Stueck was fifth in the 400 (51.53). Omar Young finished fourth in the discus (131-8).
The Ravens’ Lyubov Migdal cleared 9-6 to finish third in the pole vault.
For the Lions, Lily Lavine was fourth in the 400 in 1:01.36, and Clara Ramsdell was fourth in the 800 (2:27.10). The 1,600 relay took third (4:10.36).