Eatonville boys track captures league title

Girls team finishes sixth

The Eatonville Cruiser track & field teams finished up their 2021 season  Friday evening at the SPSL 2A League Championships at Franklin Pierce High School.

The boys team captured the league title, while the girls finished mid pack with a sixth-place finish.

For the boys, senior Cameron Hatler continued his dominant ways as he won both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races.

Also capturing wins for the Cruisers were Adam Jensen in the javelin, Jager Roulst in the high jump and long jump, and Bryce Thirtyacre in the pole vault.

Roulst’s 20-feet,11.5 inches in the long jump was enough to put him in fourth place in the school record books, and Jensen’s 172 feet, 10 inches in the javelin now puts him sixth all time in school history.

Finishing a mere four one hundredths of a second from victory was the Cruiser 4-by-100-meter relay team of Antonio Accarino, Nic Bond, Job Kralik and Austin Wicker. They finished with a time of 44.54 to Steilacoom’s 44.50. The relay team's time would be a mere 1.04 seconds off the school record set by Ray Springer, Josiah Hotz, Zarak Scruggs and Logan Moose in 2016.

Kralik finished a close second in the 100-meter race with a time of 11.74 seconds. That time puts him in fifth place in the Cruiser record books and only .46 seconds behind the record holder Scruggs (10.89).

For the girls, Sadie Schier fell six inches short of picking up first place in the javelin with a throw of 90 feet, 6 inches.

Alex Lambert wrapped up second place by jumping 7 feet, 6 inches in the pole vault.

Alexia Price picked up third-place finishes in both the 1,600 and 3,200 meter races. Her 1,600 time of 5:40.84 earned her fourth place in school history. Her time of 12:41 in the 3,200, earned her eighth all time in the school record books.

The 4-by-100-meter relay team of Emily Bennet, Schier, Alivia Bertram and Kennedy Noble recorded a best time of the season at 54.33 seconds to nail down third place and cement their names in eighth place in the school record books.


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