Auburn Mountainview’s Talan Alfrey lands in the sand after stretching a personal-best 21 feet, 11½ inches to take the long jump event at the 4A North Puget Sound League track and field meet last week at French Field. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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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).

Girls highlights

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).

Auburn Riverside’s Jaden Robinson takes second in the 200 meters (22.24 seconds) and 100 (11.04), both won by Decatur’s Kemuel Santana, right. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Auburn Riverside’s Lyubov Migdal clears 9-6 to take third in the pole vault. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

The Lions’ Benjamin Mose climbs a season-best 6-4 to finish second in the high jump. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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