Izaiah Fields was just off his personal bests in the 100- and 200-meter sprints, but still took first in both Thursday as the Curtis High School boys track and field team cruised to a 104-40 victory over Rogers.
Fields, a freshman, beat Rogers senior Kyler Ooley in the 100 with a time of 10.92 seconds. Ooley finished in 11.09. Both have fourth-best-in-the-state personal bests of 10.82 in the 100 this season.
Fields and Ooley were also both the anchor legs on their respective schools’ 4x100 relay teams on Thursday. Curtis’ Jalen Davis, Armani Yearwood, Sabian Bryant and Fields took first by almost four seconds with a time of 44.58 seconds.
Graham-Kapowsin 71, Puyallup 65: The Eagles' Kevin Dudley took first in the 100 (10.99) and 200 (22.62).
Graham-Kapowsin’s Foster Sarell placed first in shot put with a throw of 52 feet, 11.5 inches. He also took the discus title at 127-04.
Puyallup’s Brendan Bloom won the 1,600 (4:36.78) and the 3,200 (10:17.67).
Kentwood 109, Kent-Meridian 36: Brandon Stribling went 21 feet, 8.5 inches in the long jump to take first place and lift the Conquerors.
Stribling entered Thursday with the state’s season-best mark in that event at 23-1.75.
Franklin Pierce 95, Clover Park 50: Zachary Lam of Franklin Pierce won the 800 (2:15.60), and the 1,600 (5:17.90) races.
Clover Park’s Dominique Woodley won the 100 (11.00) and the 200 (24.02).
Fife 84, Washington 61: Jonah Mathews won the 100, 200 and 400 to lift the Trojans.
Mathews, who entered Thursday with the second-best 100 and 200 times in the state, was off his season-best times but still ran 10.83 in the 100 and 23.68 in the 200. He took first in 51.27 seconds in the 400.
Franklin Pierce 95, Clover Park 50: Zykera Rice won the high jump, long jump and triple jump, but it wasn’t enough.
Rice went 15 feet, 1 inch in the long jump, 32-5 in the triple jump and 4-6 in the high jump.