Camas, Skyview shine at Twilight
Megan Kelley of Camas won three events Friday night and was named the top female athlete of the John Ingram Invitational Twilight at Columbia River High School.
Kelley rolled to victories in the 200 and 400 meters and also claimed first in the long jump. Her 25.58-second finish in the 200 is the best in the 4A, 3A, and 2A Greater St. Helens leagues this season, according to athletic.net.
Her performance led Camas to the girls team title. The Papermakers scored 136 points to top Skyview at 128.
Skyview’s Brad Michael won the 100 and the 400, and Skyview relay teams also won. He was named the male athlete of the meet.
Michael, who already owns the state’s best time this year in the 400 at 49.44 seconds, won the 400 Friday at 49.69.
The Storm also scored early and often to win the boys team title with 148.5 points. Host Columbia River was second with 100.
Priscilla Timmons and Rachel McQuivey each won two events for the Skyview girls. Timmons won the 1,600 and the 3,200, while McQuivey aced the two hurdles races.
Timmons ran her fastest time of the season in the 3,200, coming in at 11:15.93 — tops in the region.
Tori Dixson of Battle Ground won the shot put and the discus.
Jon Lawson of Prairie won the shot put and the discus.
Brendan Casey of Washougal was the best on the pole vault and the javelin. His 14-3 finish on the pole vault is the best in the region this season.