Kohr, Webber take wins for Storm girls

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMay 3, 2014 

The Squalicum girls' track and field team finished eighth at the Tomahawk Track and Field Classic on Saturday, May 3, at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.

Allie Kohr took home a win in the 100 hurdles after posting a time of 15.67 seconds. Likewise, Kirsten Webber won the pole vault with a mark of 13 feet, followed by teammate Madi Krussow, who also posted a mark of 13 feet.

Ilea Dibble had a strong finish in the high jump for Squalicum, coming in second with a mark of 4-10.

TOMAHAWK TRACK AND FIELD CLASSIC

At Marysville Pilchuck High School

Team scores: 1. Tahoma 137.5, 2. Issaquah 117, 3. King's 105, 4. Lakewood 83, 5. Ballard 65, 7. Squalicum 48

100: Gabrielle Gevers (Issaquah) time: 12.96; 200: Bella Foos (Issaquah) time: 26.30; 400: Carolyn Birkenfeld (Ballard) time: 57.83; 800: Britney Albro (Lakewood) time: 2:22.70; 1,600: Kacey Kemper (King's) time: 5:09.45; 3,200: Delaney Tiernan (Tahoma) time: 11:25.40; 100 hurdles: Allie Kohr (Squalicum) time: 15.67; 300 hurdles: Stephanie Smith (Lakewood) time: 49.33; 4x100 relay: Ballard, time: 50.53; 4x200 relay: Issaquah, time: 1:49.17; 4x400 relay: Issaquah, time: 4:06.10; High jump: Mack Wieburg (Issaquah) mark: 5-00.00; Long jump: Ali Anderson (Stanwood) mark: 17-05.50; Triple jump: Danielle Agoh (Tahoma) mark: 35-10.00; Shot put: Karly Hibbard (King's) mark: 40-03.00; Discus: Christa Jaeger (Ballard) mark: 112-03; Javelin: Karly Hibbard (King's) mark: 120-02; Pole vault: Kirsten Webber (Squalicum) mark: 13-00.00.

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