Squalicum track and field athletes Jerek Jensen, Gina Flint and Kirsten Webber left the 2A-3A-4A Washington State Track and Field Championships as state title winners.
The trio found out where they stood against top competition from Washington, Oregon and Idaho during the Border Dual Track Classic Saturday, June 2, at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore.
The results were impressive.
Jensen finished second in the shot put and fifth in the discus. He made a throw of 52 feet, 5 inches in the shot and a throw of 145-07.00 in the discus.
Flint, who won gold in both the shot put and discus at state, placed fourth in the shot with a throw of 41-10.00 and third in the discus with a mark of 142-11.00.
Webber earned a fourth-place finish in the pole vault, matching her personal record of 11-09.00.
Competition consisted of state champions from all classifications of athletes who compete in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, as well as state leaders in their respective events.
"Just to come down here and get that incredible competition... you know losing to a Washington state leader is nothing to be ashamed of," Squalicum track and field coach Ted Flint said. "It took (state) leaders to beat (Jensen, Flint and Webber),"