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Spartans win big at Wagner Relays

The Spartan boys finished eighth overall, and the Spartan girls tied for sixth with Port Townsend, at the Kurt Wagner Relays at South Kitsap High.

Host South Kitsap was the overall winner in the boys competition, with 103.91 points, followed by Tahoma (101.97) and Lincoln (89.92). Bainbridge finished with 18.98 points.

Tahoma claimed first place overall in the girls races with 159.95 points, followed by Auburn Mountainview (83.92) and Peninsula (71.93). Bainbridge tallied 29 points.

In the boys 3000-meter, Sean Simonsen took 15th place for Bainbridge with a time of 10:17.31.

The Spartans’ Jay Terry finished in seventh in the 110-meter hurdles (19.01).

The Bainbridge 4x200 relay team of Joseph Misenti, David Kimmerlein, Noah Strevell and Morgan Leader placed fifth in 1:45.45.

The Spartans claimed sixth place in the 4x400 relay with Austin Harper, Ford Eimon, Noah Strevell and Tyler Cox running 3:46.28.

BHS was eighth in the sprint medley finals, with Morgan Leader, David Kimmerlein, Gordon Shelton-Jenck and Joseph Misenti turning in a time of 2:59.92.

In the distance medley, the team of Tyler Cox, Ford Eimon, Austin Harper and Gordon Shelton-Jenck placed fifth for Bainbridge in 11:37.78.

Taylor Wilson won the javelin for BHS with a throw of 157-01.

Wilson also placed 13th in the discus for Bainbridge with a throw of 97-04.

The Spartans had three top finishers in the high jump. Jay Terry tied for third by clearing 5-06.00, and Jack Odell and Connor Evans tied for fifth with 5-04.00.

Joseph Misenti claimed fifth place for Bainbridge in the pole vault by clearing 10-06.00.

In girls action, Katelyn Shephard was fifth in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.89.

The Spartans’ 4x200 relay team of Serena Canner, Bailey List, Lindsay Wienkers and Aerin Amore placed second in 1:53.43.

Bainbridge was also second in the 4x400 relay. Ivy Terry, Alison Wise, Madison Bolejack and Cristen McCann finished in 4:27.49.

BHS also earned a fourth-place finish in the sprint medley. Bailey List, Lindsay Wienkers, Aerin Amore and Serena Canner clocked in at 3:17.13.

BHS was fourth in the distance medley as well, with Alison Wise, Ivy Terry, Madison Bolejack and Elizabeth von Ruden running to a time of 14:13.00.

Katelyn Shephard tied for fifth in the high jump after clearing 4-06.00.

Isa Todd claimed fifth place for BHS in the shot put with a distance of 30-01.50.

She was also 11th in the discus (77-01).

Madison Bolejack tied for ninth place in the pole vault by clearing 6-00.00.

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