Heather Donais won four events to lead the Kamiakin girls to an 86-64 victory over Hanford in their Mid-Columbia Conference dual meet Thursday in Kennewick.
Donais won the 100 meters (12.47 seconds), 200 (26.16), 100 hurdles (15.12) and 300 hurdles (43.73). Teammate Lindsey Lowe won the 800 (2:25.86) and the 1,600 (5:26.47).
Hanford’s Kara Shibley won the shot put (37-6) and the discus (98-7), while Morgan Rasmussen won the high jump (5-2).
In the boys meet, Hanford’s Joseph Gauthier won the 100 (11.03) and 200 (22.62), Porter McMichael won the 1,600 (4:23.87), and the Falcons beat the Braves 83-57.
Kamiakin’s Wyatt Musser broke his school record in the discus with a winning throw of 168-6, which ranks fourth in the state among all divisions. He also won the shot put at 47-8.
At Kamiakin High School
Team scores: Hanford 83, Kamiakin 57.
100: Joseph Gauthier, Hanford, 11.03; 200: Joseph Gauthier, Hanford, 22.62; 400: Nicolas Fraga, Hanford, 53.63; 800: Braxton Gutierrez, Kamiakin, 1:57.97; 1,600: Porter McMichael, Hanford, 4:23.87; 3,200: Ryan Child, Kamiakin, 10:13.7; 110H: Reilly Smith, Hanford, 15.7; 300H: Reilly Smith, Hanford, 39.87; 4x100 relay: No winner; 4x400 relay: Hanford (Reilly Smith, Brendan Mitchell, Porter McMichael, Nicolas Fraga) 3:30.83; Shot: Wyatt Musser, Kamiakin, 47-8; Discus: Wyatt Musser, Kamiakin, 168-6; Jav: Vincent Walsh, Hanford, 147-11; HJ: Hunter Grimes, Kamiakin, 5-8; PV: Jonathan Fickle, Hanford, 12-6; LJ: Darreon Moore, Kamiakin, 21-0.25; TJ: Talmage Jacobson, Kamiakin, 37-11.25.
Team scores: Kamiakin 86, Hanford 64.
100: Heather Donais, Kamiakin, 12.47; 200: Heather Donais, Kamiakin, 26.16; 400: Mirannda Shulman, Kamiakin, 59.54; 800: Lindsey Lowe, Kamiakin, 2:25.86; 1,600: Lindsey Lowe, Kamiakin, 5:26.47; 3,200: McKinzi Teeples, Kamiakin, 11:58.56; 100H: Heather Donais, Kamiakin, 15.12; 300H: Heather Donais, Kamiakin, 43.73; 4x100 relay: Hanford (Taylor Matheny, Brittany Vander Top, Mikal Sanchez, Lele Williams) 49.89; 4x200 relay: Hanford (Alyssa Elder, Brittany Vander Top, Mikal Sanchez, Taylor Matheny) 1:47.13; 4x400 relay: Hanford (Nyenuchi Okemgbo, Jennifer Lentz, Rachel Schmidt, Lele Williams) 4:15.0; Shot: Kara Shibley, Hanford, 37-6; Discus: Kara Shibley, Hanford, 98-7; Jav: Sam Westermeyer, Kamiakin, 114-0; HJ: Morgan Rasmussen, Hanford, 5-2; PV: Amanda Andersen, Hanford, 10-0; LJ: Mikal Sanchez, Hanford, 17-5; TJ: Allison Stapleton, Kamiakin, 35-11.
RICHLAND, SOUTHRIDGE AT KENNEWICK: The Richland boys and girls dominated MCC rivals Southridge and Kennewick at Lampson Stadium.
Richland senior Jonah Sandoval beat fast-rising Kennewick freshman Johan Correa in the 800 meters and anchored a win in the 4x400 relay for the Bombers, who beat the Lions 118-27 and defeated Southridge 91-54.
The Gonzaga-bound Sandoval finished the 800 in 1 minute, 57.47 seconds, while Correa was timed in a personal-best 1:58.67.
Matthew Christensen recorded a personal-best mark of 50 feet, 7 1/2 inches to win the shot put for the Bombers, who took six of seven field events. William Harshaw-McDonald was first in the high and triple jumps.
Kennewick’s Keyshawn Owens won the long jump and sprinted to first place in the 200.
Hurdlers Felix Trevino (110) and Brycen Kelly (300) were among the winners for Southridge, which beat Kennewick in the boys and girls team standings.
On the girls side, Katie Andrus (1,600, 3,200) and McCall Redden (high and long jump) were individual double winners for Richland, who cruised past Southridge (112-37) and Kennewick (131-13).
Southridge’s Mertece Hatchett won the 100 dash and 100 hurdles, and she anchored the Suns to a victory in the 4x100 relay.
At Lampson Stadium
Team scores: Richland 91, Southridge 54; Southridge 82.5, Kennewick 62.5; Richland 118, Kennewick 27.
100: Benjamin Stanfield, Richland, 11.53; 200: Keyshawn Owens, Kennewick, 23.75; 400: Antonio Garcilazo, Southridge, 50.98; 800: Jonah Sandoval, Richland, 1:57.47; 1,600: Riley Moore, Richland, 4:32.33; 3,200: Jesse Todd, Richland, 10:21.64; 110H: Felix Trevino, Southridge, 16.27; 300H: Brycen Kelly, Southridge, 42.43; 4x100 relay: Southridge (Ricardo Anaya, Eric Stayrook, Quintyn Steele, Alek Gardner) 44.27; 4x400 relay: Richland (Tyler Kurtz, Benjamin Stanfield, Tsega Macduff, Jonah Sandoval) 3:29.81; Shot: Matthew Christensen, Richland, 50-7.5; Discus: John Hardy, Richland, 155-11; Jav: Jax Lee, Richland, 154-7; HJ: William Harshaw-McDonald, Richland, 6-0; PV: Walker Seely, Richland, 13-0; LJ: Keyshawn Owens, Kennewick, 20-8.5; TJ: William Harshaw-McDonald, Richland, 40-7.
Team scores: Richland 112, Southridge 37; Southridge 107, Kennewick 32; Richland 131, Kennewick 13.
100: Mertece Hatchett, Southridge, 12.84; 200: Katarina Heck, Richland, 27.53; 400: Breezy Horne, Richland, 1:02.00; 800: Brooke Hansen, Southridge, 2:21.99; 1,600: Katie Andrus, Richland, 5:45.16; 3,200: Katie Andrus, Richland, 12:26.46; 100H: Mertece Hatchett, Southridge, 15.88; 300H: Allicia Chalmers, Richland, 47.75; 4x100 relay: Southridge (Sarah Tucker, Brinley Palmer, Makenna Behrens, Mertece Hatchett) 50.62; 4x200 relay: Richland (Devyn Dittmer, Breezy Horne, Katarina Heck, Claire Aurand) 1:47.50; 4x400 relay: Richland (Bailee Carr, Allicia Chalmers, Alexandra Andrew, Logan Jackson) 4:23.31; Shot: Brianne Turner, Richland, 33-11.5; Discus: Maddie Mauia, Richland, 98-2; Jav: Nicole Gall, Richland, 107-8; HJ: McCall Redden, Richland, 5-0; PV: Amanda Lu, Richland, 9-0; LJ: McCall Redden, Richland, 16-6.75; TJ: Madison Rhoten, Richland, 34-9.
PASCO, CHIAWANA AT WA-HI: Mitchell Jacobson won the high, long and triple jumps as the Walla Walla boys soared to MCC wins over Pasco and Chiawana.
Roman Ruiz was first in the 300-meter hurdles, shot put and pole vault for Chiawana, which beat Pasco.
On the girls side, Emma Wenzel won the 300 hurdles, anchored the winning 4x400 relay and took the javelin as Wa-Hi defeated Pasco and Chiawana.
Pasco’s Angela Cardon took first in the 100 and triple jump, but the Bulldogs lost to Chiawana.
At Walla Walla High School
Team scores: Walla Walla 117, Pasco 28; Walla Walla 94, Chiawana 45; Chiawana 75, Pasco 65.
100: Joshua Wilson, Chiawana, 11.34; 200: Joshua Wilson, Chiawana, 22.75; 400: Fernando Ortiz, Walla Walla, 50.80; 800: Justin Mebes, Walla Walla, 2:06.06; 1,600: Andrew Feistner, Walla Walla, 4:47.67; 3,200: John Peters, Walla Walla, 10:44.92; 110H: Germain Barnes, Chiawana, 15.67; 300H: Roman Ruiz, Chiawana, 39.90; 4x100 relay: Walla Walla (Bryar Jensen, Fernando Ortiz, Justin Evans, Tyler Kinney) 44.87; 4x400 relay: Pasco (Andres Uribe, Ryan Calveard, Tayden Jenkins, Jake Covington) 3:42.44; Shot: Roman Ruiz, Chiawana, 49-5; Discus: Kurt Blackman, Walla Walla, 132-6; Jav: Andrew Granchukoff, Walla Walla, 169-1; HJ: Mitchell Jacobson, Walla Walla, 6-2; PV: Roman Ruiz, Chiawana, 15-0; LJ: Mitchell Jacobson, Walla Walla, 21-6.75; TJ: Mitchell Jacobson, Walla Walla, 42-0.5.
Team scores: Walla Walla 121, Pasco 24; Walla Walla 101, Chiawana 44; Chiawana 95, Pasco 36.
100: Angela Cardon, Pasco, 12.23; 200: Andraya Conger, Chiawana, 27.72; 400: Paige Gardner, Walla Walla, 1:02.51; 800: Makena Rietz, Walla Walla, 2:29.49; 1,600: Krystal Roberts, Walla Walla, 5:41.34; 3,200: Emily Lux, Walla Walla, 13:56.88; 100H: Kiana Newcomb, Walla Walla, 16.74; 300H: Emma Wenzel, Walla Walla, 48.75; 4x100 relay: Walla Walla (Camryn Holbrook, Madelyn Knight, Paige Gardner, Abigail Snyder) 51.15; 4x400 relay: Walla Walla (Hannah Gardner, Makena Rietz, Noelani Helm, Emma Wenzel) 4:21.51; Shot: Tasha Seymour, Walla Walla, 34-7.5; Discus: Skylar Druffel, Walla Walla, 119-7; Jav: Emma Wenzel, Walla Walla, 121-11; HJ: Catelyn Linke, Pasco, 5-0; PV: Hally Ruff, Walla Walla, 9-0; LJ: Kiana Newcomb, Walla Walla, 15-0.5; TJ: Angela Cardon, Pasco, 36-2.75.
CWAC MEET IN PROSSER: Prosser claimed the boys and girls team titles, beating Grandview, East Valley and Othello at Art Fiker Stadium.
Prosser’s Corby Lowry swept the boys hurdles events, while Kyla Norell ran on two winning girls relays for the Huskies and won the long and triple jumps.
Prosser’s Logan Hamlin and Grandview’s Eric Medina tied for first place in the 100, both running 11.67.
Grandview’s Gunner Chronis was first in all three boys jumps.
At Art Fiker Stadium
Team scores: 1, Prosser 140; 2, Grandview 65; 3, East Valley 25; 4, Othello 20.
100: (T) Eric Medina, Grandview, and Logan Hamlin, Prosser, 11.67; 200: Eric Medina, Grandview, 23.47; 400: Logan Hamlin, Prosser, 52.86; 800: Tito Torres, Prosser, 2:09.69; 1,600: Davis Pearson, EV, 4:49.80; 3,200: Ethan Besherse, Othello, 10:48.46; 110H: Corby Lowry, Prosser, 17.56; 300H: Corby Lowry, Prosser, 42.93; 4x100 relay: Grandview (Ricardo Abarca, Christian Gomez, Sergio Gomez, Eric Medina) 45.00; 4x400 relay: Grandview (Sergio Gomez, David Barajas, Ricardo Abarca, Eric Medina) 3:39.99; Shot: Scott Blakney, Prosser, 44-8; Discus: Anthony Wiley, Prosser, 142-7; Jav: Tanner Bolt, Prosser, 151-3; HJ: Gunner Chronis, Grandview, 5-10; PV: Ricardo Abarca, Grandview, 11-6; LJ: Gunner Chronis, Grandview, 20-7.75; TJ: Gunner Chronis, Grandview, 43-0.25.
Team scores: 1, Prosser 128.85; 2, East Valley 92.25; 3, Othello 29; 4, Grandview 16.
100: Chizaram Mgbechi-Ezeri, Prosser, 13.44; 200: Becky Wildman, Prosser, 27.54; 400: Brooke Wheeler, Prosser, 1:01.36; 800: Hana VerMulm, Prosser, 2:31.59; 1,600: Ashley Arreola, EV, 5:37.23; 3,200: Natalie Andreas, EV, 12:21.32; 100H: Eliza Buttars, Prosser, 17.79; 300H: Hali VerMulm, Prosser, 49.47; 4x100 relay: Prosser (Kyla Norell, Chizaram Mgbechi-Ezeri, Jennifer Inions, Becky Wildman) 51.90; 4x200 relay: Prosser (Brooke Wheeler, Kyla Norell, Hana VerMulm, Becky Wildman) 1:49.28; 4x400 relay: Prosser (Emily Moon, Cheyann Douglas, Justice Newhouse, Natalie Norell) 4:26.78; Shot: Sarah Ulmer, EV, 33-11; Discus: Kianna Zimmer, EV, 108-11; Jav: Kiora Steinbock, Prosser, 111-1; HJ: Trinda Ackley, EV, 4-6; PV: Kassandra Suarez, Othello, 8-6; LJ: Kyla Norell, Prosser, 16-8.75; TJ: Kyla Norell, Prosser, 34-11.5.
At Hermiston High School
Team scores (top 5 and local): 1, Hermiston 439.5; 2, Irrigon 119.5; 3, Griswold 65; 4, Heppner 63; 5, Ione 45; T6, Umatilla 14; 8, Echo 8.
100: Kaden Clark, Heppner, 11.72; 150: Alexis Mercado, Hermiston, 16.77; 200: Bradey Cope, Griswold, 24.40; 300: Alexis Mercado, Hermiston, 38.00; 400: Bradey Cope, Griswold, 54.44; 800: Hayden Earl, Hermiston, 2:03.31; 1,500: Donell Rome, Hermiston, 4:28.50; 3,000: Donell Rome, Hermiston, 9:42.08; 110H: Tyler Rohrman, Hermiston, 15.92; 300H: Tyler Rohrman, 44.08; 4x100 relay: Hermiston (Hiram Maciel, Derek McBride, Alexis Morales, Leonel Rivera) 46.51; 4x200 relay: Hermiston (Andrew Horn, Jonathan Hinkle, Jacob McCabe, Tyler Rohrman) 1:35.28; 4x400 relay: Irrigon (Jose Romero, Manny Gutierrez, Kevin Villarreal, Carlos Zacarias) 3:40.97; Shot: Tre Neal, Hermiston, 54-1.5; Discus: Tre Neal, Hermiston, 159-10; Jav: Nathan Hunsaker, Hermiston, 150-6; HJ: Hiram Maciel, Hermiston, 5-10; PV: Will Sharkey, Hermiston, 11-0; LJ: Kaden Clark, Heppner, 20-9; TJ: Vaemu Ena, Hermiston, 41-0.
Team scores (top 5 and local): 1, Hermiston 389; 2, Griswold 109; 3, Irrigon 44; 4, Echo 37; 5, Ione 36; 6, Umatilla 32.
100: Ashlyn Cason, Hermiston, 13.55; 150: Elsa Torres, Hermiston, 18.89; 200: Taylor Swaggert, Echo, 27.99; 300: Sara Ortiz, Hermiston, 44.24; 400: Emma Fehrenbacker, Griswold, 1:05.22; 800: Jennifer Fuentes, Hermiston, 2:40.73; 1,500: Melany Solorio, Hermiston, 5:24.86; 3,000: Sidney Tovey, Hermiston, 12:53.81; 100H: Madison Wilson, Hermiston, 16.79; 300H: Macey Foley, Hermiston, 49.06; 4x100 relay: Hermiston (Lillie Wheeler, Ashlyn Cason, Keyla Gonzalez-Garay, Lesley Risueno) 53.80; 4x200 relay: Hermiston (Ashlyn Cason, Macey Foley, Sara Ortiz, Elsa Torres) 1:50.16; 4x400 relay: Hermiston (Hannah Earl, Elizabeth Herrera, Cheyenne Smith, Madison Wilson) 4:37.49; Shot: Madelyn Juul, Hermiston, 36-2; Discus: MaKenzie Mize, Griswold, 107-10; Jav: Bianca Garcia, Mac-Hi, 111-2; HJ: Hayden Meyers, Hermiston, 4-4; PV: Taylor Tremblay, Hermiston, 7-0; LJ: Jessie Flynn, Ione, 16-3.5; TJ: Jessie Flynn, Ione, 33-0.
Carl Underwood shot a 2-under-par 70 — the only golfer to break par at Columbia Point Golf Club — and led the Richland boys to their third consecutive MCC pod win.
Underwood, who earned medalist honors for the second time in this MCC season, finished three strokes ahead of Kamiakin’s McGwire Hanson and four in front of Richland teammate Evan Hattori.
The Bombers won the team title with a score of 302, six strokes better than Kamiakin. Walla Walla was third with 312.
The girls pod team standings were even tighter, as Kamiakin defeated Southridge for the title by three strokes. Richland was third at 341, four strokes behind the Braves, who earned their second victory in four MCC pods this spring.
Kamiakin’s Alexa Clark was the girls medalist with a 73. Southridge’s Samantha Hui (74) was second. Pasco’s Jalayne Martinez and Richland’s Danika Palm each shot a 75 to tie for third.
At Columbia Point Golf Club
Team scores: 1, Richland 302; 2, Kamiakin 308; 3, Walla Walla 312; 4, Chiawana 325; 5, Kennewick 343; 6, Hanford 346; 7, Southridge 349; 8, Pasco 382.
Top 5: 1, Carl Underwood (R) 70; 2, McGwire Hanson (Kam) 73; 3, Evan Hattori (R) 74; 4, Bolton Dauenhauer (Kam) 75; 5, Clayton Whitby (C) 76.
Richland: Underwood, Hattori, Shane Amidan 78, Rhett Levin 80.
Kamiakin: Hanson, Dauenhauer, Parker Morgan 77, Dillon Ecclestone 83.
Walla Walla: Alex Johanson 77, Parker Dressler 78, Nate Towner 78, Tyler Morrison 79.
Chiawana: Whitby, Declan Beaton 81, Quentin Mattson 84, Hunter Harris 84 (also David Manthei 84).
Kennewick: Andrew Fridley 81, Riley Deatherage 85, Sam Szendre 85, Nick Ryther 92.
Hanford: Gabe Cach 81, Max LaViolette 82, Dallas Burt 91, Sam Brendel 92.
Southridge: Riley White 85, Christian Brown 85, Dylan Espinoza 87, Tanner Davis 92.
Pasco: Nate Chavez 89, Jaden Perdue 95, Kael Stueckle 98, Kyle McDonald 100.
Team scores: 1, Kamiakin 337; 2, Southridge 340; 3, Richland 341; 4, Pasco 357; 5, Walla Walla 367; 6, Chiawana 412; 7, Hanford 419; 8, Kennewick inc.
Top 5: 1, Alexa Clark (Kam) 73; 2, Samantha Hui (S) 74; T3, Jalayne Martinez (P) and Danika Palm (R) 75; T5, Ashley Fullmer (Kam), Macy Robertson (R) and Meredith Hibbard (S) 82.
Kamiakin: Clark, Fullmer, Brianna Esvelt 85, Shavon Madder 97.
Southridge: Hui, Hibbard, Therese Warner 85, Brenna Frantti 99 (also Amanda Brunson 99).
Richland: Palm, Robertson, Breanna Watts 85, Hannah Oldson 99.
Pasco: J.Martinez, Elizabeth Greenaway 89, Maylie Martinez 92, Daisy DeJesus 101.
Walla Walla: Allison Wanichek 84, Brooke Cramer 85, Michaela Morris 94, Madison Darnold 104.
Chiawana: Lelia Rettig 99, Kali Saueressig 102, Iva Tebay 105, McKenna Kaelber 106.
Hanford: Sophia Gourley 96, Melodie Jones 101, Hannah Bort 103, Bianca Nicasio 119.
Kennewick: Makenna Fridley 118, Lexi Helms 134, Alicia Oatis 137.
GRANDVIEW 5, ELLENSBURG 0: Alvaro Flores found the net twice, Israel Gonzalez scored one goal and assisted on three others, and Antonio Garcia made three saves as the host Greyhounds shut out the Bulldogs in CWAC action.
Highlights: Johnny Mata (G) G; Alexis Correa (G) A; Israel Aguilar (G) G; Israel Gonzalez (G) G, 3A; Alvaro Flores (G) 2G. Shots: Ellensburg 3, Grandview 11. Saves: Oscar Munguia (E) 3; Antonio Garcia (G) 3.
WAHLUKE 6, KIONA-BENTON 0: Emmanuel Hidalgo, Eduardo Valdenea and Josh Gatica each scored two goals for the Warriors, and Ulysses Gonzalez and Jose Garcia combined to record a shutout against the Bears at home in SCAC East play.
Sebastian Soto stopped eight shots for Ki-Be.
Highlights: Emmanuel Hidalgo (W) 2G; Eduardo Valdenea (W) 2G; Josh Gatica (W) 2G. Shots: Wahluke 17, Kiona-Benton 1. Saves: Sebastian Soto (KB) 8; Ulysses Gonzalez (W) 0, Jose Garcia (W) 1.
CONNELL 9, NACHES VALLEY 1: Adrian Mendiola found the net four times for the Eagles, leading them to a nonleague win at home against the Rangers.
Highlights: Jarek Barbee (NV) G; Gerardo Reyes (C) 2G; Adrian Mendiola (C) 4G; Alexis Ayuso (C) G; Jose Fraga (C) G, 3A; Christian Quezada (C) G; Lenin Guzman (C) A; Edgar Reyes (C) A. Shots: Naches Valley 3, Connell 30. Saves: Nick Berge (NV) 12, Hector Tapia (NV) 8; Josue Vargas (C) 2.
The annual Three Rivers Shootout will take place Saturday and Sunday at Columbia Park in Kennewick.
The tournament is for boys teams in three grade divisions: 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. Forty-eight Northwest teams are entered, including squads from Three Rivers Lacrosse Club, Tri-Cities Youth Lacrosse and Hermiston Youth Lacrosse. More than 1,000 players are expected.
Games will start at 8 a.m. Saturday, and pool play will continue until 8 p.m. Playoff brackets begin at 8 a.m. Sunday, with championship games scheduled for 2, 3 and 4 p.m.
Also, three teams of first- and second-graders will play exhibition games starting at 1 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is free, and food vendors will be on site.
For the tournament schedule, go to http://bit.ly/1NR1FPe.
The Tri-City Rage, who play in the Pacific Football League, will hold a team scrimmage at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lampson Stadium.
Admission is $5, or free for season-ticket holders. Season tickets are $20.
The Rage will open their season May 7, hosting the Yakima Mavericks at 6 p.m. at Lampson Stadium.