Carpenter, Marino lead Trojans to 8 event wins

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMay 3, 2013 

Trinell Carpenter and Leyla Marino each won an event and were part of the winning 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams to lead the Meridian girls' track and field team to eight event wins.

Lynden Christian won seven events and Sedro-Woolley won three.

Carpenter won the 300 hurdles in 50.75 seconds and Marino won the long jump with a mark of 16 feet, 2.25 inches. The 4x100 team won in 51.9 seconds and included Taylor Lunde and Janessa Murphy and the 4x200 team won in 1:51.07 and included Murphy and Jayna Edmonds.

The Lyncs were led by Hannah Wynstra, who won the discus with a mark of 101-11 and the javelin with a mark of 102-06. Madison Weg won the high jump with a mark of 5-02 and was part of the winning 4x400 relay team that had a time of 4:12.6 with Emily Sytsma, Brandy Bruneau and Brianna Bruneau.

Lynden Christian and Meridian will begin the postseason Wednesday, May 8.

Lynden Christian

100: Fabianne Jahnel (Sedro-Woolley) 13.39; 200: Jayna Edmonds (Meridian) 28.58; 400: Sabrina Wilk (Sedro-Woolley) 1:03.88; 800: Kara Veldman (Lynden Christian) 2:35.23; 1,600: Mimi Meggison (Meridian) 5:50.59; 3,200: McKenzie Young (Lynden Christian) 13:01.2; 100 hurdles: Sabrina Wilk (Sedro-Woolley) 16.92; 300 hurdles: Trinell Carpenter (Meridian) 50.75; 4x100 relay: Meridian (Taylor Lunde, Trinell Carpenter, Leyla Marino, Janessa Murphy) 51.90; 4x200 relay: Meridian (Jayna Edmonds, Leyla Marino, Trinell Carpenter, Janessa Murphy) 1:51.07; 4x400 relay: Lynden Christian (Emily Sytsma, Madison Weg, Brandy Bruneau, Brianna Bruneau) 4:12.6; High jump: Madison Weg (Lynden Christian) 5-02; Long jump: Leyla Marino (Meridian) 16-02.25; Triple jump: Taylor Lunde (Meridian) 32-04; Shot put: Morgan Van Kooten (Lynden Christian) 35-00; Discus: Hannah Wynstra (Lynden Christian) 101-11; Javelin: Hannah Wynstra (Lynden Christian) 102-06; Pole vault: Kelsea Clark (Meridian) 9-03.

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