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M-P hosts 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic


Andrew Hines

Marysville-Pilchuck's Trina Davis comes around the corner in the 200-meter at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on April 28.

The Marysville-Pilchuck track and field team welcomed eight teams to the 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic, including the Marysville Getchell Chargers on April 28.

The Tomahawks earned a second-place finish for the boys with a score of 112, while the girls finished fourth with 104 points.

The Chargers boys came in third with 101 points, and the girls finished narrowly ahead of Marysville-Pilchuck with a score of 105.

"It was a good day, the rain held off, the kids competed hard and it seems like everyone had some good marks. With the season ending, we are starting to taper a little bit to rest injuries and hopefully push them into the postseason as far as they will go," said Marysville-Pilchuck Head Coach Mike Cull.

The Tomahawk boys were led by their field events as Jeffrey Roullier, Alex Bevan and Josiah Gould all had big days. Roullier earned a first-place finish in the discus, 140' 7", third in the shot put, 40' 10.5", and a fourth-place finish in the javelin with a distance of 130' 8". Bevan performed well in both the long jump, 18' 10.5", and triple jump, 39' 4.25", with third- and second-place finishes, respectively. Gould competed on a couple of relay teams, but made his mark tying for the first-place finish in the high jump, 5' 8".

Marysville-Pilchuck's girls team was led by Trina Davis, Summer Sanden and Hannah Wagner. Davis destroyed the sprints as she earned first place in the 100-meters, 12.99, a first-place finish in the 200-meters, 26.68, and contributed in the first place 4x100-meter relay, 53.01. Sanden earned a second-place finish in the pole vault, 10' 6", and was also a contributor in the 4x100-meter relay. Wagner competed well in both the 100-meter hurdles, third place with 17.25 seconds, and the high jump with a third-place finish, 4'10".

"Most of the time the focus is on training the kids rather than placing high in the meet, but it was good to see our athletes hard work show up in the standings. This meet is really fun because we are able to compete with Pilchuck, and a lot of these kids have grown up together," said Marysville Getchell Head Coach Kim Edens.

Andrew Hines

Chargers' Evan Krautkremer comes around the final lap in the 800-meters on April 28.

Marysville Getchell's boys team was led by Gregory Panther, Evan Krautkremer and Thomas McCormick. Panther dominated every event he touched as he earned a first-place finish in the 3,200-meters, 10:06.23, second place in the 1,600-meters, 4:26.81, and contributed on the first-place 4x400-meter relay team. Krautkremer narrowly lost the 800-meters as he placed second with a time of 2:07.23, and placed third in the 1,600-meters, 4:30.9. McCormick compete in a couple of events, but dominated in the 400-meters with a first-place finish and a time of 52.98.

The Charger girls were led by Kiarra Green, Julia Rea and Sydney Norton. Green performed strong in the sprints as she earned two second-place finishes in the 100-meters, 13.15, and the 200-meters, 26.9. Rea earned third-place in the 1,600-meters, 5:32.64, fourth in the 800-meters, 2:34.48, and contributed in the first-place 4x400-meter relay team, 4:32.2. Norton was also part of the 4x400-meter team as well as earning second in the 800-meters, 2:32.47.

If you want to come out and support both Marysville teams, they will be competing against each other on Friday, May 4, at 3:30 p.m. for the Marysville City Champs Meet at Marysville Pilchuck High School..


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