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Thursday’s Track & Field: Cline, Patching, Nelson All Win at Kalama

By The Chronicle

KALAMA — Winlock’s Bryce Cline and Noah Patching and Mossyrock’s Andee Nelson were both winners here Thursday in a Central 2B League track meet.

Cline won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 10 inches, and added a third-place finish in the 200 meters, helping the Cardinals’ boys team to a third-place finish in the eight-team meet, behind host Kalama and runner-up Rainier. Patching added a win in the 800, crossing the finish line in 2 minutes, 10.49 seconds, more than six seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.

Sam Howsden was second in the 1600 and Logan Hall was third in the discus for the Cardinals.

Mossyrock’s Matthew Panuska was second in the discus, and teammate James Cushman was third in the 400.

Nelson, meanwhile, won the javelin at 109-09 and took third in the triple jump. Mossyrock’s girls’ squad finish third, behind Rainier and Kalama.

Sarah Lovan was second in the 800, in a personal-record 2:37.72, and Faith Mulligan was third in the same race for the Vikings. Teaguen Weise took third in the 200, and Heather Edgar was second in the shot put (33-03) for Mossyrock.

Michaela Wagoner was third in the 3200, and Jasmine Gilliland was third in the pole vault, for Onalaska’s girls team.

Mossyrock hosts a C2BL meet on April 11 with Toledo, Kalama, Wahkiakum, Onalaska and Tacoma Baptist in attendance.

Centralia’s Nowicki Wins at EvCo Dual

Centralia’s Lucy Nowicki earned the lone win for the Tigers at an Evergreen 2A Conference dual track & field meet at Tiger Stadium in Centralia on Thursday.

Nowicki won the 400 in a time of 1 minute, 3 seconds.

Centralia’s Makayla Erickson earned second in the 800 (2:42.62) and the 1600 (5:53.79). Kacey Emery placed second in the shot put (31-05) and Satine Sas was second in the discus (73-07) and the javelin (77-09.50).

On the boys side, Sha’Ron Settles finished second in the 200 (24.54) and the 400 (53.85). Rudy Voetberg took second in the 1600 (4:45.83).

Centralia is back in action on Wednesday at the Spring Break Runner’s Classic.

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