Zachary Wyant, shown here practicing hurdles during a spring practice, took 12th in the 300-meter hurdles event at the Cardinal Relays in Orting. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

Zachary Wyant, shown here practicing hurdles during a spring practice, took 12th in the 300-meter hurdles event at the Cardinal Relays in Orting. (Jacob Moore/Kitsap News Group)

Olympic’s Darelle White wins triple jump at Cardinal Relays

ORTING — Darelle White, the reigning state prep 2A triple jump champion, is officially on the road to defending his crown with a win in the event at the Cardinal Relays.

White’s jump of 43-11 was more than one foot better than Mykel Campbell of Lincoln, and just two feet shy of his 2A state-winning mark (45-11 3/4) from a year ago.

In the girls triple jump event, Hanna Troy took second with a distance of 32-03. Troy also finished third in the long jump and was part of the sixth-place 4×200 relay.

Bremerton standout Tyiesha McWhorter finished second in the long jump with a distance of 15-11 1/2. McWhorter also tossed the javelin, finishing eighth (100-11) and the shot put for the Knights (11th, 27-08). But she was bested by her teammate Cy’Nari Green in the javelin. Green finished sixth with a distance of 105-10.

Full individual results:

Boys

300-meter hurdles — 12. Zachary Wyant, Olympic, 47.33; 25. August Beller, Bremerton, 51.80.

4×100 relay — 13. Olympic (Malcom Dewalt, Adam Johnson, Darelle White, Evan Ross), 51.28; 14. Bremerton (Carl Francis Reyes, August Beller, Garrett Kline, Gabriel Brown), 51.92.

4×200 relay — 12. Bremerton (Ethan Miraflor, Kline, Azia Hassan, Michael Goodwin), 1:50.43.

4×400 relay — 11. Bremerton (James Reed, Cedric Curtis, Spencer Anderson, Noah Johnson), 3:53.55.

Sprint medley relay — 2. Olympic (Johnson, Dewalt, White, Scott Ashcraft), 1:41.51; 12. Bremerton (Trent Lewis, Reyes, Goodwin, Reed), 1:56.94.

Distance medley relay — 10. Olympic (Matthew Fox, Ashcraft, Bruce Turnquest, Joshua Coombs), 11:58; 14. Bremerton (Dakota Stroud, Alejandro Williams, Larry Green, Chris Shelley), 13:58.

4×110 shuttle hurdles — 6. Olympic (White, Kyle Schweizer, Omaurian Allison-Jackson, Jet Feliciano), 1:18.08.

Shot put — 22. Arnes Aguon, Olympic 34-09; 26. Chandler Blakely, Olympic, 32-09; 32. Mason Quitevis, Olympic, 30-10; 33. Sema’J Cook, Bremerton, 29-02; 35. Enrique Lopez, Bremerton, 27-06; 36. Maxwell Michaels, Bremerton, 27-03; 38. Marcus Wilkerson, Bremerton, 27-03.

Discus — 14. Chandler Blakely, Olympic, 109-02; 22. Mason Quitevis, Olympic, 95-06 1/2; 25. Marcus Wilkerson, Bremerton, 93-01; 27. Sema’J Cook, Bremerton, 91-05; 28. Arnes Aguon, Olympic, 90-09; 41. Maxwell Michaels, Bremerton, 69-03.

Javelin — 23. Thomas Hoskins, Olympic, 111-02; 24. Mason Quitevis, Olympic, 107-05; 25. Arnes Aguon, Olympic, 105-06; 33. Chandler Blakely, Olympic, 98-05 1/2; 36. Chris Shelley, Bremerton, 90-08.

Pole vault — 5. Jesse Smith, Bremerton, 12-00; 9. Enrique Lopez, Bremerton, 10-06.

Long jump — 16. Malcom Dewalt, Olympic, 18-02; 20. Gabe Johnson, Olympic, 17-08; 22. Sema’J Cook, Bremerton, 17-02 1/2.

Triple jump — 1. Darelle White, Olympic, 43-11; 19. Cedric Curtis, Bremerton, 37-01; 29. Noah Johnson, Bremerton, 33-08; 30. Darien Tancinco, Bremerton, 30-09.

Girls

4×100 relay — 9. Bremerton (Aubrianna Mahon, Trisha Mae Mabini, T’caela Wilcher, Leseantai Booker), 56.32.

4×200 relay — 6. Olympic (Victory Thomas, Hanna Troy, Mariah Shanae Malland, Maliah McNeil-Littreal), 2:00.64.

Shot put — 11. Tyishea McWhorter, Bremerton, 27-08; 14. Summer Blackwell, Olympic, 26-07; 17. Cy’Nari Green, Bremerton, 25-11; 18. Natalee Esquivel, Olympic, 25-08; 21. Dayonna Hall, Bremerton, 25-05; 33. Emilee Steele, Olympic, 22-09; 36. Leseantai Booker, Bremerton, 21-10.

Discus — 12. Emilee Steele, Olympic, 76-11 1/2; 20. Natalee Esquivel, Olympic, 71-03; 23. Cy’Nari Green, Bremerton, 68-05; 24. Leseantai Booker, Bremerton, 67-10; 30. Gema Bass, Olympic, 56-09 1/2; 33. Abby Dubeau, Bremerton, 51-01; 37. Dayonna Hall, Bremerton, 33-05.

Javelin — 6. Cy’Nari Green, Bremerton, 105-10; 8. Tyishea McWhorter, 100-11; 23. Adryann Gent, Bremerton, 71-04; 24. Gema Bass, Bremerton, 70-09 1/2; 27. Summer Blackwell, Olympic, 61-07 1/2; 33. Emilee Steele, Olympic, 45-10; 36. Natalee Esquivel, Olympic, 40-05 1/2.

High jump — 21. T’caela Wilcher, Bremerton, 4-02.

Pole vault — 6. Abby Dubeau, Bremerton, 7-00.

Long jump — 2. Tyishea McWhorter, Bremerton, 15-11 1/2; 3. Hanna Troy, Olympic, 15-10 1/2; 5. Felicity Martell, Olympic, 15-00.

Triple jump — 2. Hanna Troy, Olympic, 32-03.

— Mark Krulish is a reporter for Kitsap News Group. He can be reached at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com.

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