Track and field: River View dominates at league meet

April 29, 2014 

SCAC East meet at Wahluke: River View’s Ainhoa Portos Iglesias was a four-time winner at a league duals meet Tuesday in Mattawa.

Portos Iglesias was on the winning 4x100 relay team, while also grabbing individual titles in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles, and the triple jump.

On the boys side, River View’s Eric Trapp won the javelin and high jump, while Cody Hand won the 200 and 400.


Team scores: Unavailable. 100—Alonso Mendoza, River View, 11.28. 200—Cody Hand, River View, 23.13. 400—Cody Hand, River View, 55.22. 800—Gary McGaughey, River View, 2:13.7. 1,600—Saul Ramos, Wahluke, 5:07.2. 3,200—Alex Jaramillo, Mabton, 11:31.04. 110H—Chance Simpson, River View, 17.87. 300H—Chance Simpson, River View, 46.62. Shot—Alex Sagrero, Mabton, 35-9. Discus—Jack Yorgeson, Wahluke, 113-5. Jav—Eric Trapp, River View, 132-11. HJ—Eric Trapp, River View, 5-8. PV—Jack Yorgeson, Wahluke, 9-6. LJ—Arturo Salazar, Wahluke, 19-8. TJ—Arturo Salazar, Wahluke, 39-3.


Team scores: Unavailable. 100—Breanna Munson, River View, 13.8. 200—Matilda Bunch, River View, 29.59. 800—Caitlin Rojas, Mabton, 3:01.8. 1,600—Cassandra Moreno, Mabton, 6:56.01. 3,200—Stephanie Juarez, Wahluke, 14:40.8. 100H—Ainhoa Portos Iglesias, River View, 18.5. 300H—Ainhoa Portos Iglesias, River View, 50.89. 4x100 relay—River View (Sarah Cooper, Breanna Munson, Matilda Bunch, Ainhoa Portos Iglesias), 54.94. 4x200 relay—River View (Sam Williamson, Natalie Henze, Alicia Dickinson, MJakayla White), 2:08.44.Shot—Morgan Peterson, Wahluke, 26-9. Discus—Morgan Peterson, Wahluke, 81-10. Jav—Elizabeth Rodriguez, Wahluke, 92-5. HJ—Sarah Cooper, River View, 4-2; and Sam Williamson, River View, 4-2. PV—Zayra Hernandez, Wahluke, 6-2. LJ—Rosa Rangel, Wahluke, 12-10. TJ—Ainhoa Portos Iglesias, River View, 32-5.

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