Camas boys, girls sweep Ingram Twilight
Camas freshman Alexa Efraimson ran a state-best time in the 1,600 meters Friday, helping Camas sweep the team titles at the John Ingram Twilight Invitational at Columbia River High School.
The Camas girls scored 140 points to beat out Kelso (118.5), Columbia River (114.25) and Skyview (105.75).
The Papermaker boys scored 135.75 to beat Columbia River (117.25), Skyview (91) and Prairie (84.50).
Efraimson posted a 19-second win in the 1,600 meters, winning in a state-best 4 minutes, 57.20 seconds as Camas swept the event. She also won the 800 meters in 2:15.32, the second-best mark in the state this season.
Other events-winners who posted marks that were among the state’s best this season included Emily Morgan of Columbia River in the 100 meters (12.53), Kelly Nigro of Woodland in the 100-meter hurdles (15.74), Skyview’s Madison Lanford in the 300-meter hurdles (46.49), Columbia River’s Jennifer DeBellis in the pole vault (11-6), and Prairie’s Johna McEllrath in the shot put (41-4).
Other local winners in girls events Friday included Skyview’s Rachel Shirley (200), Columbia River’s Ana Delgadillo (3,200), Treneisha Doyle of Hudson’s Bay (discus) and McEllrath (javelin).
On the boys side, Skyview’s Jameson Shirley won the pole vault with a mark of 14-6 to beat Columbia River’s Kevin Sandison (14-0). Both marks were among the state’s best this season. Peter Zalk of Prairie also put up a solid time of 15.16 to win the 110-meter hurdles.
Other local winners included Columbia River’s Darius Raiford (100), Heath Meler (300 hurdles), Marcus Ekeya (triple jump) and Thomas Jacobson (high jump), Camas’ Zack Marshall (200), Tucker Boyd (800) and Andrew Kaler (1,600), Skyview’s Elliot Willis (400) and Colby Gilbert (3,200), Prairie’s Colton Prestwich (long jump) and Ridgefield’s Alex Olson (javelin).