Toledo boys come out on top in Naselle


Victories in thirteen different events helped the Toledo boys take first and the Toledo girls take third at a league meet in Naselle on Thursday.

The boys scored 159 points across 17 events, clearing the next-closest team by 53 points. The girls finished with 92 points, 21 points behind second place Elma and 61 points back of Naselle, the winner on the girls side.

Trevin Gale came away with a victory in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.19 seconds, more than half a second in front of teammate Bryson Trosper, who took second with a time of 12.70 seconds. Gale also won the 200-meter race with a time of 24.32 seconds.

Freshman Onica Chase set a personal record and won the girls 200-meter run, clocking a time of 29.31 seconds, and she also won the 400-meter race with a time of 1:05.85.

Haylee Wolfe clocked a time of 6:03.15 to win the girls’ 1,600-meter race, and Jordan Mckenzie finished the 400-meter race in 54.42 seconds to finish first.

Treyton Marty was the lone boy to finish the 1,600-meter run in less than five minutes, finishing in 4:56.97 to beat the second-place runner by more than 20 seconds.

The boys 4x100 team of Gale, Mckenzie, Adam Kruger, and Philip Smiley finished in 48.12 seconds to win that race, and Gale, Marty, Mckenzie, and Trosper won the 4x400 with a time of 3:47.25.

Lyndize Filla finished on top in the girls’ javelin, hitting 77 feet, 1 inch and besting the next best by more than seven feet.

Cooper Fallon came away with wins in the discus and javelin, posting marks of 102 feet, 11 inches and 117 feet, 7 inches, respectively. The latter marked a new personal best and topped Ilwaco’s Caleb Brundage by just 4.25 inches.