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4A, 3A, 2A Track Results

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TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Eight Washington state prep track and field
championship records were broken Saturday in the final day of
competition at the Class 2A-3A-4A competition in Tacoma.
      Senior Nelson Westlin of Sehome broke the 2A discus record with
a throw of 172-11 feet. The previous record of 171-00 was set in
2007 by Steven Ayers of Sehome.
      Also in 2A, Brett Blanshan of Selah broke his own 100-meter dash
record, which he set in Fridays preliminaries. His time of 10.60
replaced his previous time of 10.67.
      The Lynden boys' relay team also made the 2A record book by
breaking South Whidbeys 2001 4x400 meter time of 3:22.44. Lynden's
time was 3:21.12.
      Germe Poston of Franklin Pierce broke a 100-meter dash record in
class 3A. She ran the distance in 11.63, beating Janae Young of
River Ridges 2001 time of 11.79.
      Poston also broke her own 200-meter dash record, which she set
the previous day during preliminaries. Her time of 24.05 beat her
previous best of 24.27.
      The girls' 4x200 meter relay team from Rainier Beach broke its
own class 3A state meet record set Thursday in the preliminaries.
The team's time of 1:39.49 replaced the time of 1:40.95.
      In class 4A, Kayla Stueckle of Emerald Ridge set a new 300-meter
hurdles record. Stueckles time of 42.13 beat that of 1994 Walla
Walla runner Seville Broussard. The former record was 42.17.
      The final record was in Class 4A boys' javelin. Joe Zimmerman of
Lewis and Clark threw for a distance of 208-04 feet, overtaking
Jacob Wilson of Heritages 2008 throw of 207-10.
      Mead won the 4A team competition with 49 points; Bellarmine Prep
won the girls with 56. North Central, with 53 points, won the 3A
boys; Rainier Beach won the girls with 65 points. Lynden took the
2A boys with 45 points; Blaine took the girls with 56 points.