The lone 2B squad competing in a meet with higher-classified schools, the Toledo track and field team finished with three event winners, including two boys relay squads.
Showcasing their overall team speed, the Riverhawk 4x100-meter relay team of Tyler Harris, Jordan Mckenzie, Wyatt Nef and Conner Olmstead took first with a time of 47.26 against the likes of R.A. Long, Ridgefield, and Columbia River, all of the 2A GSHL.
The Riverhawks doubled down in the 4x400-meter boys relay, with Harris, Mckenzie and brothers Conner and Carson Olmstead getting the win with a time of 3:42.11. The last winner of the day for Toledo was Conner Olmstead in the high jump, anchoring a strong day for the junior. Olmstead cleared a personal-best 5 feet, 8 inches.
The Riverhawks 4x400-meter time is currently second-best in the Washington 2B ranks.
Though they weren’t winners, Conner Olmstead (55.46) and Mckenzie (56.44) finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 400 meters. In the 1600 meters, freshman Treyton Marty finished fifth with a time of 4:56.04 and third in the 3200 meters with a 11:03.07. Zack Smith had a third place finish in the 110-meter hurdles (17.28), and Carson Olmstead finished second in the 300-meter hurdles in 44.69.
Smith also jumped a personal-best, 18 feet, 6 inches for second in the long jump.
On the girls side, Jasmine Kemmerer finished fifth in the 200 meters in 30.27 and sixth in the 300-meter hurdles in 56.15, both PRs, Paige Hill finished sixth in the 800 meters in 2:56.70, and Lyndzie Filla (89 feet, 8 inches) and Hope Gould (85 feet, 3 inches) finished second and third in the javelin.
Full results can be found on athletic.net.