Sports roundup: Tahoma girls win Pasco Invitational

The Tahoma girls and boys track teams competed in the Pasco Invitational at Edgar Brown Stadium

By Dennis Box


The Tahoma girls and boys track teams competed in the Pasco Invitational at Edgar Brown Stadium on Saturday.

The girls team won the invitational with 68 points. The boys came in 11th scoring 21 points.

Twins Aliya and Alisha Wilson won at Pasco in both running and field events.

In the 100 meters Aliya Wilson won the sprint in 11.91 seconds. Olivia Ribera took third in 12.28.

Aliya Wilson won the 200 meters in 25.14.

Tahoma took the top medal in the 400 relay with Ribera, Aliya Wilson, Tierra Wilson, the third Wilson sister, and Alisha Wilson running in 46.64.

In the field events Alisha Wilson took second in the triple jump in 39 feet, 4.25, a personal record, and third in the long jump reaching 17-09.

Ginny Mehl brought home a silver in the shot put pegging 42-00.

Breanna Glover won the 1-mile in 5:18.28.

On the boys side for the Bears, junior Bobby Say took second reaching 45-05.50 in the triple jump.


The Conquerors made the trip to the Oregon relays competing at Hayward Field in Eugene.

The combined girls and boys team score was nine with the Conks taking 40th.

For the boys senior Harsimran Singh ran eighth in 1:58.39, a personal record.

Keetaan DeWitz, a senior, ran seventh in the 300 meter hurdles in 40.79.

Alexia “Bebe” Thomas, Jessica Robinson,Kyara Stribling and Hailey Suit took ninth for the girls team in the 800 meters relay stopping the clock in 1:47.81.


Kentlake leads the North Puget Sound League, Cascade Division with an 8-2 division record and 8-4 overall.

Tahoma is second with a 7-3, 10-4 record.

Kentwood is third with 6-3, 8-4.


The Tahoma girls are tearing up the league with a perfect 6-0 division record and 8-3 overall.

The Conks are second with 3-2, 3-5.

The Falcons are fourth with 3-3, 3-5.


Kentwood is in first place with a 7-1-2 division record and 6-3-2 overall.

Tahoma is in third in the soccer standings with 5-2-2, 5-3-2.

Kentlake is in seventh with 2-6-1, 3-1-1.

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