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Romonno Washington, an junior from Heidelberg High School, clears the final hurdle on his way to winning the 300- meter low hurdles with a time of 45.94 seconds at a track meet at Ramstein High School on Saturday.
Romonno Washington, an junior from Heidelberg High School, clears the final hurdle on his way to winning the 300- meter low hurdles with a time of 45.94 seconds at a track meet at Ramstein High School on Saturday. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Romonno Washington, an junior from Heidelberg High School, clears the final hurdle on his way to winning the 300- meter low hurdles with a time of 45.94 seconds at a track meet at Ramstein High School on Saturday.
Romonno Washington, an junior from Heidelberg High School, clears the final hurdle on his way to winning the 300- meter low hurdles with a time of 45.94 seconds at a track meet at Ramstein High School on Saturday. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Chris Frazier, a sophomore from Heidelberg High School, sprints to the finish line to win the 100-meter dash in 11.28 seconds during a track meet at Ramstein on Saturday.
Chris Frazier, a sophomore from Heidelberg High School, sprints to the finish line to win the 100-meter dash in 11.28 seconds during a track meet at Ramstein on Saturday. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Deandra Rodgers, a senior from Heidelberg High School, clears 4 feet 10 inches in the high jump during a track meet at Ramstein on Saturday. Rodgers went on to win the event clearing 5 feet. Rodgers also won the girls 100-meter sprint with a time of 12.5 seconds.
Deandra Rodgers, a senior from Heidelberg High School, clears 4 feet 10 inches in the high jump during a track meet at Ramstein on Saturday. Rodgers went on to win the event clearing 5 feet. Rodgers also won the girls 100-meter sprint with a time of 12.5 seconds. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
Amanda Garza, a junior from Ramstein High School, soars over the final hurdle during a track meet at Ramstein Saturday. Garza won the 100-meter girls high hurdles with a time of 17.9 Seconds.
Amanda Garza, a junior from Ramstein High School, soars over the final hurdle during a track meet at Ramstein Saturday. Garza won the 100-meter girls high hurdles with a time of 17.9 Seconds. (Ben Bloker / S&S)
True Davis, center, a senior from Baumholder High School, sprints to victory in the 400-meter dash Saturday at Ramstein. He finished in 54.16 seconds.
True Davis, center, a senior from Baumholder High School, sprints to victory in the 400-meter dash Saturday at Ramstein. He finished in 54.16 seconds. (Ben Bloker / S&S)

High School SoccerBoysInterdivisionalVilseck 4, Hanau 1(Saturday at Grafenwöhr)Halftime—1-1Goals—Hanau: Gerald Baeza; Vilseck: Jake Skells 2, Kyed Najdawi, Hanau own goalAssists—Hanau: David Butler; Vilseck: Erik Budinger, Juan Agosto.Saves—Hanau (Emmanuel Moore) 5; Vilseck (Sean Anderson) 3Noteworthy—According to Vilseck coach Billy Ratcliff, Agosto and Justin Ingram played solid defense for Falcons; Fulgencio Beken led the Hanau defense. Vilseck is 3-0 overall; Hanau, which next plays at Bamberg on Thursday, is 1-2.JV—Hanau 1, Vilseck 0

Division ILakenheath 3, Ramstein 2(Saturday at Lakenheath)Halftime—Ramstein 1, Lakenheath 0Goals—Ramstein: Justin Flood, Dan Whitney; Lakenheath: Carl Snapp 2, Kai Pope.Assists—Ramstein: T.J. Cloma; Lakenheath: Pope, Chris Davis.Saves—Ramstein (Jon Keith) 7; Lakenheath (Eric Gallegos) 5Noteworthy—Lakenheath takes a 2-0 D-I mark into spring break. Ramstein is 1-2 overall, 0-2 in league.Patch 3, Kaiserslautern 2(Saturday at Kaiserslautern)Halftime—1-1Goals—Patch: Kenneth Lile, Flavius Garmacia, Shant Malhaus; Kaiserslautern: C.J. Murray, Ryan NagleAssists—Patch: Ross Paxton 2; Kaiserslautern: Nagle, Taylor AllaireSaves—Patch (Jacob Schoonover) 8; Kaiserslautern (Ishmael Hampton) 15Noteworthy—Patch is 1-0-1 overall and 1-0 in D-I. K-town is 0-2 overall and in the league.JV—Patch 7, Kaiserslautern 0Heidelberg 2, ISB 1(Saturday at Heidelberg)Halftime—Heidelberg 1, International School of Brussels 0Goals—ISB: Unavailable; Heidelberg: Justin Taylor, Blake LangfordAssists—None reportedSaves—UnavailableNoteworthy—Defending European D-I champion Heidelberg takes a 2-0 league mark and 2-0-1 overall record into spring break. ISB is 1-2 in league play.

Division II-NorthBitburg 3, Baumholder 0(Saturday at Baumholder)Halftime—Bitburg 2, Baumholder 0Goals—Sid Banks 2, Brian SchwenneckerAssist—Jordan ThomasSaves—Bitburg: (Robby Hernandez) 4; Bamholder (James Lampe) 4Noteworthy—Bitburg is 1-1-1 overall and in II-North; Baumholder 0-3, 0-3.

Division II-SouthMannheim 6, Würzburg 2(Saturday at Mannheim)Halftime—Mannheim 4, Wuerzburg 0Goals—Würzburg: Nils Jonsson, Matt Clidas; Mannheim: Jeff Hartke 4, Chance Churchell 2Assists—Würzburg: None reported; Mannheim: Hartke, Churchwell, David Spindler, Adam PauleySaves—Würzburg (Brad Hannum) 10; Mannheim (Drew Kostell) 8Noteworthy—Mannheim collected first victory in two years, according to volunteer coach Martin Goering.

Division III-NorthLondon Central 6, Alconbury 0(Saturday at High Wycombe, England)Halftime—London Central 1, Alconbury 0Goals—Omar Yuksel 3, Will Ketchum, John Secules, Mike ReganAssists—Secules 2, Ketchum, Cameron GillSaves—Alconbury (Yul McGrath) 9; London Central (David Harker) 9Noteworty—London Central coach Jeffrey Black praised his “outstanding defense” led by Samantha Beatty, Mike Flores, Jeremy Granison and Damon Dennis in advancing his team’s record to 2-0 in III-North.Brussels 4, Menwith Hill 1(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime—Brussels 2, Menwith Hill 0Goals—Menwith Hill: Eric Whitaker; Brussels: Nick Bottesini 2, Jimmy Russell, Matt OppenheimAssists—Menwith Hill: None reported; Brussels: John Kilroy, Andrew ClayburnSaves—Menwith Hill (Peter Richmond) 13; Brussels (Andrew Moyseowicz) 5Noteworthy—Brussels is 2-0 in II-North, 2-1 overall. Menwhith Hill is 0-2 in III-North.

Division III-SouthHohenfels 5, Bamberg 2(Saturday at Hohenfels)Halftime—Hohenfels 4, Bamberg 1Goals—Bamberg: Thomas Pitts, Jake Dominick; Hohenfels: Anthony Marshall 3, Ian Newell, Kenny OberlinAssists—Bamberg: None reported; Hohenfels: MarshallSaves—Bamberg (Aaron Munford) 22; Hohenfels (Lucas Salerno) 6Noteworthy—Hohenfels (3-0 overall and in III-South) hosts Giessen on Friday before the break. Bamberg (1-1) hosts Hanau on Thursday.

ItalyNaples 6, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Naples)Halftime—Naples 5, Sigonella 0Goals—Chris Campos 3, Tyler White 2, Dan BrewAssists—Samet Yueksegoneuel 2, Ryan KuzmickSaves—Sigonella (Brandon Anderson 6, Patrick Burke 4) 10, Naples (Mitchelle Marzaili 1, J.R. Prejusa 3) 4Noteworthy—Naples is 2-0; Sigonella is 0-2.AOSR 3, Aviano 0(Saturday at Aviano)Halftime—American Overseas School of Rome 1, Aviano 0Goals—David Ananiades, Todd Kopf, Fabrizio MenghiniSaves—AOSR (Alessio Vaswani) 5; Aviano (Justin Bowen) 7Noteworthy—AOSR is 2-0 overall and in ASIL; Aviano is 1-2, 1-2.

TurkeyIncirlik 3, Ankara 2(Friday at Incirlik)Halftime—UnavailableGoals—Ankara: Daniel Ramirez, Ignacio Reparaz; Incirlik: Justin Nalley 2, Najee Vaughn.Other details unavailableAnkara 3, Incirlik 0(Saturday at Incirlik)Details unavailable.Noteworthy—Both teams are 1-1 and are scheduled to play each other again April 27-28 at Ankara.

GirlsDivision IRamstein 3, Lakenheath 0(Saturday at Lakenheath)Halftime—Ramstein 1, Lakenheath 0Goals—Stephanie Silvey, Alana Sciuto, Helen De La RovereAssist—Bridgette DeanSaves—Ramstein (Emily Coard) 3; Lakenheath (Anna Marie Pontis 3, Molly Henage 3) 6Noteworthy—Helping Ramstein improve to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in D-I, according to Lady Royals coach Ricardo Buitrago, were Dean, “who had a phenomenal game at midfield,” and the defense of Jackie Ventrice. Lakenheath is 0-2 in D-II.JV—Ramstein 2, Lakenheath 0Heidelberg 0, ISB 0(Saturday at Heidelberg)Saves—International School of Brussels (Ashley Hartman) 6; Heidelberg (Anamecia Torres) 11.Noteworthy—Defending European D-I champion Heidelberg (1-1-1 overall, 0-1-1 in D-I) next plays at Kaiserslautern on April 21. ISB is 1-0-2 overall and in D-I.

Division II-NorthBitburg 4, Baumholder 0(Saturday at Baumholder)Halftime—Bitburg 3, Baumholder 0Goals—Rachel Poock 2, Megan Pollock, Jade ThrasherAssist—PollockSaves—Bitburg (Courtney Roberson) 6, Baumholder (Chelsea Hall 3, Katrina Alsup 5, Sarah Money 1) 9Noteworthy—According to Baumholder coach Samuel Alsup, Bitburg (1-3 overall and in II-North) took 16 shots in first half and 15 after intermission. Baumholder is 0-3, 0-3.

Division II-SouthMannheim 3, Würzburg 0(Saturday at Mannheim)Goals—Paula Vail 3Assists—Brooke Couch 2Saves—Wuerzburg (Jessica Tavares) 35; Mannheim (Rebecca Mitchell) 1Noteworthy—Mannheim took 51 shots, according to Lady Bison coach John Crockett, in improving to 3-0 overall and in II-South. Würzburg is 0-3, 0-3.

Division III-NorthBrussels 4. Menwith Hill 1(Saturday at Brussels)Halftime—Brussels 1, Menwith Hill 0Goals—Menwith Hill: Theresa Kaaihue; Brussels: Marlena Schlattmann 3, Christine ExnerAssists—Menwith Hill: None; Brussels: Exner, Schlattmann, Lizz McVickerSaves—Menwith Hill (Desiree Moore) 22; Brussels (Jessica Czmowski) 4Noteworthy—Brussels takes a 2-1 overall record and 2-0 III-North record into spring break. Lady Mustangs are 0-1 overall and in III-North.

Division III-SouthGiessen 4, Ansbach 2(Saturday at Ansbach)Halftime—UnavailableGoals—Giessen: Kyla Klenk, Tiana Benjamin, Cynthia Singer, Janet O'Brien; Ansbach: Kate Alegado 2Assists—None reportedSaves—Giessen (Janula Knight) 8; Ansbach unavailableNoteworthy—Giessen (1-1 overall and in III-South) won because of the outstanding midfield play of Benjamin, O'Brien, Taylor Messenger and Melanie Seitz, according to Lady Griffins coach Edwina Smith. Ansbach is 1-2, 1-2.Hohenfels 4, Bamberg 0(Saturday at Hohenfels)Halftime—Hohenfels 3, Bamberg 0Goals—LoisAnn DeLass 3. Sunny PeteryAssists—NoneSaves—Bamberg (Margan Tucker) 8; Hohenfels (Vanessa Turner) 2Noteworthy—Hohenfels, which is scheduled to host Giessen on Friday, is 2-1 overall and in III-South. Bamberg (0-2, 0-2) is to host Hanau on Thursday.JV—Bamberg 2, Hohenfels 1

ItalyNaples 6, Sigonella 0(Saturday at Naples)Halftime—Naples 5, Sigonella 0Goals—Courtnee Wilson 3, Dana Coburn, Allison McKechnie, Joanna FearingAssists—Kelsey Anderson, Dominique Aljabi, Alicia RubiaSaves—Sigonella (goalkeeper's name unavailable) 15; Naples (Lauren Pickford) 5Noteworthy—Naples is 1-1; Sigonella 0-2JV—None

Track and field(Saturday; all race distances in meters)At WürzburgGirlsTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 205, Würzburg 133, Patch 91, Mannheim 65, Bamberg 9, Giessen 4100 meters—1, Brittany Nance (Wzbg) 13.20; 2, Kiele Allen (Wzbg) 13.80; 3, Eshontee Callier (Mann) 14.33; 4, Alyssa Lane (Wies) 14.35200—1, Rebecca Borner (Wies) 28.71; 2, Allen, 29.80; 3, Quin Griffin (Wies) 31.51; 4, Shaina Clark (Mann) 33.69400—1, Alison Ochoa (Wies) 65.00; 2, Brittanie Langford (Wzbg) 66.49; 3, Allen, 68.00; 4, Caroline Beaudette (Pat) 69.09800—1, Kelly McRaven (Pat) 2:50; 2, Beaudette, 2:52; 3, Shaneeca Hill (Wies) 2:54; 4, Sariah Trout (Pat) 3:031,500—1, Susan Grunt (Mann) 5:51; 2, Diana Rosslerova (Wzbg) 5:55; 3, Tamara Oppliger (Pat) 6:23; 4, Amanda Curtsinger (Wies) 6:363,000—1, Grunt, 13:12.30; 2, Rosslerova, 13:14; 3, Curtsinger, 14:52100-meter intermediate hurdles—1, Borner, 18.90; 2, Heather Vroegindewey (Pat) 20.52; 3, Cynde Krause (Wies) 23.02; 4, Missy Lucas (Pat) 23.50300 low hurdles—1, Borner, 52.90; 2, Krause, 64.714x100 relay—1, Würzburg (Adrianna Archie, Nance, Kristin Hickey, Langford) 51.90; 2, Wiesbaden, 55.874x400 relay—1, Würzburg (Nance, Allison McKearn, Hickey, Langford) 4:34; 2, Wiesbaden, 4:59.7; 3, Patch, 5:10.354x800 relay—1, Patch (Sarah Martinez, Oppliger, Alex Starr, Vroegindewey) 12:22.62; 2, Wiesbaden, 13:38.161,600 sprint medley relay—1, Mannheim (Callierm Anaya Cook, Grunt, Jessenia McElroy-Gallardo) 4:54.80; 2, Würzburg, 4:55.64; 3, Patch, 5:16.06; 4, Wiesbaden, 5:50.34High jump—1, Kristin Hickey (Wzbg) 4 feet, 9 inches; 2, (tie) Ochoa, Lane, Melina Reed (Wies) 4-2Long jump—1, Adrianna Archie (Wzbg) 13-9.5; 2, Allen, 13-2.5; 3, Griffin, 12-6; 4, Brittany Robinson (Wies) 11.5Triple jump—1, Neisha Johnson (Wies) 27-3Shot put—1, Althea Johnson (Wies) 33-9; 2, Laura Kelly (Wies) 28-5; 3, Amanda Davis (Wies) 28-4; 4, Belinda Zapata (Bamb) 27-4Discus—1, Davis, 89-0; 2, Kelly, 885-10; 3, Allison McKearn (Wzbg) 82-5; 4, Rosslerova, 78-6

BoysTeam scoring—Wiesbaden 195.5, Würzburg 156, Patch 140, Mannheim 97.5, Giessen 13, Bamberg 6100 meters—1, B.J. Harvey (Wzbg) 11.20; 2, Benji Bowles (Pat) 11.30; 3, Daniel Kennedy (Pat) 11.64; 4, Derrick Brown (Wies) 11.71200—1, Harvey, 22.50; 2, Ahmad Murrah (Wies) 24.29; 3, Michael Walker (Wies) 24.80; 4, Brown, 25.00400—1, James Robinson (Wzbg) 54.40; 2, Korey Workman (Wzbg) 56.40; 3, Brown, 56.60; 4, Shawn Thompson (Wies) 57.48800—1, Nick Rogers (Pat) 2:12; 2, (tie) Tim Spicer (Mann) and Matt Bender (Pat) 2:15; 4, Clark Frederickson (Gies) 2:171,500—1, N. Rogers, 4:31; 2, Matt Spicer (Mann) 4:36; 3, (tie) T. Spicer and Bender, 4:403,000—1, N. Rogers, 9:50; 2, T. Spicer, 10:18; 3, M. Spicer, 10:23; 4, Jeffery Suchil (Wies) 10:26110-meter high hurdles—1, Tanner Thayer (Wies) 17.90; 2, Andrew Vickers (Wies) 21.06; 3, James Ricks (Pat) 22.34; 4, John Lasko (Wies) 39.09300 intermediate hurdles—1, Ronald Peebles (Wies) 44.67; 2, Courtney Edwards (Wzbg) 44.78; 3, Thayer, 46.50; 4, Jamal Caldwell Wzbg) 46.564x100 relay—1, Würzburg (Brandon Bryant, Robinson, Donald Bryant, Harvey) 44.50; 2, Wiesbaden, 46.94; 3, Wiesbaden II, 49.11; 4, Mannheim, 55.124x400 relay—1, Würzburg (B. Bryant, Robinson, D. Bryant, Harvey) 3:47.70; 2, Wiesbaden, 3:51.27; 3, Mannheim, 3:58.90; 4, Wiesbaden II, 4:09.184x800 relay—1, Patch (Michael Adams, Bender, Andrew Bessler, Kyle Rogers) 9:36.11; 2, Würzburg, 9:54.10; 3, Mannheim, 9:56.03; 4, Würzburg II, 11:04.961,600 sprint medley relay—1, Mannheim (Jacob Ward, Tony Harris, Brandon Cowan, M. Spicer) 4:04.90; 2, Wiesbaden, 4:07.71High jump—1, Workman, 5 feet, 10 inches; 2, (tie) Bowles and Thompson, 5-6; 4, (tie) D.J. Germany (Wies) and Austin Alladin, 5-4Long jump—1, Donald Bryant (Wzbg) 19-10.5; 2, Walker, 19-5.5; 3, Peebles, 19-5; 4, Workman, 19-0.5Triple jump—1, D. Bryant, 44-1; 2, Walker, 39-6; 3, Bowles, 35-8; 4, Alladin, 34-8Shot put—1, Sean Hipe (Wzbg) 37-9; 2, Bradd Bergfeld (Pat) 36-10; 3, Brian Taylor (Pat) 33-5; 4, Michael Gonzales (Wies) 32-11Discus—1, Hipe, 111-4; 2, Bergfeld, 93-6; 3, B. Taylor, 92-10; 4, Chris Ellis (Mann) 88-10At Vilseck(No team scoring. Schools participating were Ansbach, Frankfurt International School, Hanau, Hohenfels, Kaiserslautern, Vilseck)

Girls100 meters—1, Christine Holland (Vils) 13.35; 2, Alania McKinnis (Vils) 13.52; 3, Takara Greer (kais) 13.81; 4, Tiffany Heard (Ansb) 13.91200—1, Holland, 28.60; 2, Diana Spratt (Han) 28.92; 3, Joneshia Wright (Ansb) 29.30; 4, Cassaria Collins (Kais) 29.86400—1, Marche Bobbs (Kais) 61.61; 2, Colleen Smith (Kais) 65.84; 3, Tracey Ely (Kais) 66.18; 4, Collins, 68.25800—1, Ely, 2:42.20; 2, Salina Boodingsingh (Ansb) 2:47.17; 3, Symone January (Kais) 2:49.97; 4, Alison Volkert (Kais) 3:00.861,500—1, C. Smith, 5:09; 2, January, 5:42.17; 3, Bobbs, 5:42.97; 4, Katherine Dillon (Ansb) 6:35.593,000—1, Volkert, 13:36.89100-meter intermediate hurdles—1, Stephanie Stinson (Ansb) 16.53; 2, Wright, 16.99; 3, Shalisa Baldwin (kais) 17.98; 4, Janeen Gethers (Ansb) 17.99300 low hurdles—1, Ashley Hicks (Vils) 53.40; 2, Heard, 53.41; 3, Baldwin, 54.37; 4, Melody Morosin (Kais) 55.604x100 relay—1, Vilseck (Jakki Ferrer, Tiffany Griffith, Holland, McKinnis) 53.19; 2, Ansbach, 54.28; 3, Hohenfels, 56.09; 4, Kaiserslautern, 56.784x400 relay—1, Kaiserslautern (Bobbs, Ely, January, C. Smith) 4:29.37; 2, Kaiserslautern II, 5:18.83; 3, Hohenfels, 5:22.774x800 relay—1, Kaiserslautern (Katelyn Bader, Elizabeth Dowling, Olyvia Smith, Volkert) 12:26.84; 2, Hohenfels, 12:47.391,600 sprint medley relay—1, Kaiserslautern (Runners’ name unavailable, Desiree Hillman, Bobbs, C. Smith) 4:43.44; 2, Hanau, 5:23.35; 3, Hohenfels, 5:26.18High jump—1, Olyvia Smith (Kais) 4 feet, 4 inches; 2, Shamona Cunningham (Kais) 4-4; 3, Morosin, 4-4; 4, Yiecha Warren (Kais) 4-2Long jump—1, Stinson, 14-3.5; 2, Simona Womack (Vils) 13-11; 3, McKinnis, 13-6.5; 4, Anastasia Thomas (Ansb) 13-3Triple jump—1, Keiana Allen (Kais) 31-4; 2, Baldwin, 29-8; 3, Deadre Green (Kais) 29-3; 4, Audrey Bartee (Kais) 27-3Shot put—1, Amber Mack (Ansb) 31-11; 2, La'Juann Harper (Kais) 29-6; 3, Hicks, 28-1; 4, Shantel Moore (Ansb) 27-9Discus—1, Moore, 90-7; 2, Mack, 80-7; 3, Maddy Wilson (Kais) 75-0; 4, Harper, 69-3

Boys100 meters—1, Adam Harper (Kais) 11.51; 2, Stephen Tate (Vils) 11.53; 3, Khairi Smith (Kais) 11.69; 4, Rex Ray (Vils) 11.74200—1, D’Shaun Carroll (Han) 23.43; 2, Jamal Grant (Vils) 23.81; 3, Harper, 24.13; 4, Ray, 24.46400—1, Aaron Ellison (Han) 40.55; 2, Grant, 50.90; 3, Harper, 52.92; 4, Matt Burton (Han) 54.24800—1, Ryan Sweeney (FIS) 2:17.21; 2, Arley Morelock (FIS) 2:17.47; 3, Demarco Crum (Kais) 2:20.80; 4, Ryan Berry (Kais) 2:27.831,500—1, Sweeney, 4:49.15; 2, Morelock, 4:50.28; 3, Crun, 4:59.12; 4, Nathan Campbell (Kais) 5:03.603,000—1, Stephen Vandal (Hoh) 11:35.69; 2, Patrick Akuma (Hoh) 11:43.21; 3, Kevin Martin (Han) 12:51.21100-meter high hurdles—1, John Willis (Ansb) 16.49; 2, Xavier Sheppard (Ansb) 17.48; 3, Rod Sherman (Kais) 18.30; 4, Tyrone Moore (Ansb) 18.74300 intermediate hurdles—1, Willis, 43.31; 2, Tate, 43.38; 3, Sherman, 44.65; 4, K. Smith, 45.374x100 relay—1, Vilseck (Angelo Anderson, Rodney Fryel, Grant, Ramon Ramirez) 45.53; 2, Ansbach, 46.17; 3, Hanau, 47.72; 4, Vilseck II, 48.854x400 relay—1, Hohenfels (Colby Baskins, Ray Odem, B.J. Denson, Stevie Jackson) 3:55.49; 2, Ansbach, 4:00.16; 3, FIS, 4:01.01; 4, Kaiserslautern, 4:05.344x800 relay—1, Ansbach (Dominic Barrale, Christian Boodingsingh , Shaun Francis, Jordan Shack) 9:52.34; 2, Kaiserslautern, 10:00.89; 3, Hohenfels, 10:11.901,600 sprint medley relay—1, Kaiserslautern (Berry, Sherman, Braden Smith, Campbell) 4:13.85High jump—1, Colby Baskins (Hoh) 6-2; 2, B.J. Denson (Hoh) 6-0; 3, Sheppard, 5-10; 4, Dextra Johnson (Vils) 5-10Long jump—1, Denson, 19-7; 2, Moore, 19-5; 3, Grant, 19-2; 4, Ray, 18-10Triple jump—1, K. Smith, 42-5; 2, Sheppard, 40-11; 3, Josiah Baldwin (Kais) 39-6.5; 4, Moore, 38-8Shot put—1, Brandon Merriweather (Hoh) 40-6; 2, Micah Williams (Han) 40-2; 3, Terrance Reaves (Kais) 38-10; 4, Kollin Jordin (Vils) 38-0Discus—1, Reaves, 115-5; 2, Sung Byon (Hoh) 112-3; 3, Derron Manning (Kais) 108-6; 4, Merriweather, 97-5

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