NASELLE - The Naselle Comets hosted their first track meet of the season last Thursday, with the girls finishing fourth and the boys fifth in the seven team meet.

The girls scored 68 team points for their fourth place while the boys tallied 27 for fifth in the meet dominated by both the South Bend girls and boys teams.

Girls team scores: South Bend 104, Winlock 99, Vancouver Christian 93, Naselle 68, Oakville 48, North River 36, Taholah 34.

Boys team scores: South Bend 184, Winlock 104, Vancouver Christian 95, Oakville 39, Naselle 27, North River 26 and Taholah 19.

The Comets girls won four first place ribbons while the Naselle boys had one.

Finishing first for the girls were Jenny Klinger in the 3200 in a personal record (PR) time of 13:47.7, Katherine Herrold in the 1600 at 6:30.8, the 4x400 relay team (Erin Saari, Herrold, Katie Klinger, Kelsey Fletcher) in 5:06.0. Saari also took first in pole vault, at a height of 6-feet-6. Carl Fredrickson took first in pole vault, at a height of 7-feet-6.

Other Naselle girls winners included Jamie Hines and Kelli Revis taking second and third respectively in the high jump with matching heights of 4-feet-4. Jamie Bighill took fourth in the 100-meter hurdles, with a time of 15.4.

Saari took fifth in high jump, 4-feet-2 and triple jump, 31-feet-4 3/4. Klinger took fifth in the 400, with a time of 1:15.1. Rodriguez also took a fifth in the 300 hurdles, 60.3, as did the 4x100 relay team, 1:59.8. Bighill also took sixth in the high jump, 4-feet-2. Fletcher took sixth in the 400, with a time of 1:16.1.

Other Naselle boys results: third: Nate Moore, 400, 58.8; Tony Mendoza, javelin, 114-feet-1; fourth: Mendoza, shot put, 36-feet-9; sixth: Johnson, high jump, 5-feet-6.

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