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Juanita girls finish seventh at state | Track and field

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Juanita's Alanna Coker sprints to the finish line during the preliminary race of the 100 meter dash. She finished second overall in the finals at the 3A state meet last weekend with a time of 12.28. The winning time was 12.25.
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As a team during the girls 3A state competition at Mt. Tahoma High School last weekend, the Juanita Rebels finished in seventh place with a team score of 29 points.

Alanna Coker finished her junior season with a second place finish overall in the girls 100 meter dash. She finished in 12.28 seconds, while the winner, Chantel Jaeger from West Valley took first in a time of 12.25 seconds.

Coker also finished fifth overall in the 200 meter race with a time of 25.60. Coker also finished fifth in the girls long jump competition with a 17 feet even jump. In the triple jump competition she was first with a leap of 39 feet and half an inch, while teammate Molly Grager was ninth overall with a jump of 34 feet and 11 inches. Rachel Richardson was 13th in the triple jump at 34 feet and 6.25 inches.

In the 4x200 meter relay race for the Juanita girls, the Rebels took eighth overall with a time of 1:46.45.

In the girls shot put competition, Kate Cryderman was eighth overall with a throw of 38'00.75. In the discus she earned another eighth place finish with a throw of 110'06.

In the boys competition Travis Marshall finished his preliminary heat in the 100 meter race in 10th place with a time of 11.45. The top eight qualified for the finals. Teammate Alex Wallin earned a 13th place finish in the 110 meter hurdles preliminary race, while Vincent Ly was 15th in the same event.

Wallin placed 10th overall in the 300 meter hurdles prelim race with a time of 40.28. The boys 4x100 meter relay team was 14th overall with a time of 44.44 in the preliminaries.

In the triple jump competition Wallin took 12th overall. His finishing jump was totaled at 41'07.5. Marshall finished 14th in the triple jump with a final leap of 40'09.25.

 

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