Prep Roundup: Montesano places high at Kalama Twilight meet


Track & Field

Kalama Twilight

KALAMA — Gabrielle Rudolph picked up a meet-record win in the 3,200-meter run to lead Montesano’s athletic contingent during Friday night’s Kalama Twilight Invitational.

Rudolph cracked the meet record by 14 seconds in winning the 3,200m at 11:20.78. Rudolph also finished second in the 800m. Distance teammate Andrea Ostwald finished second in the 1,600 and 3,200m runs and Tanner Birdsall took second in the 100m sprint.

“We were very pleased with all of the performances, boys and girls,” Montesano head coach Doug Schupbach said. “We had a ton of PRs today.”

As a team, Montesano’s girls were fifth overall at 65 points. The boys team was ninth at 34 points.

On Thursday, Montesano hits the road to Rainier for a multi-school meet.

Montesano’s top-eight results:

Girls

100m — 4. Myranda Floch, 13.48. 200m — 5. Myranda Floch, 28.24. 400m — Myranda Floch, 1:03.25. 800m — 2. Gabrielle Rudolph, 2:26.85. 1600m — 2. Andrea Ostwald, 5:38.36. 6. Sydney Potter, 5:54.24. 3200m — 1. Gabrielle Rudolph, 11:20.78. 2. Andrea Ostwald, 11:58.89. Shot — 5. Kaitlyn Bradley, 31-6. Discus — 5. Kaitlyn Bradley, 94-6. TJ — Myranda Floch, 32-10.

Boys

100m — 2. Tanner Birdsall, 11.44. 200m — 7. Anthony Louthan, 24.03. 400m — 7. Anthony Louthan, 53.63. 110 HH — 4. Reed Hughes, 16.55. 300 IH — 5. Reed Hughes, 43.95. 1600 R — 3. Montesano, 3:41.11. Jav — 5. Anthony Louthan, 147-2. 7. Tristin Darsh, 144-3.

Girls golf

Bobcats 89, T-Birds 75

Aberdeen didn’t need to worry about thunder or the weather during this Evergreen 2A girls golf match against Tumwater on Friday afternoon.

Playing at Grays Harbor Country Club, the Bobcats played steady and outdistanced the T-Birds, 89-75, in Stableford Scoring.

Tumwater’s Kayla Monroe picked up medalist honors with a 30. Melissa Stevenson came away with her best round of the year to lead Aberdeen (3-0) with a 24.

“Overall, this was a pivotal match and it was nice to get the win,” AHS head coach Dan Sundstrom said. “Melissa went back to her old swing and she found success.”

Aberdeen learned on Friday that it picked up a win from Monday’s postponed match with Capital. League athletic directors and coaches determined the match was played in full when the varsity golfers completed enough holes before a thunderstorm postponed the match.

On Monday, Aberdeen stays home to take on Chehalis.

Tumwater (75) — Kayla Monroe 30, Amilia Wade 14, Bailey Elders 11, Laurel Fimbel 10, Anna Bednarik 10, Kaylee Paulsen 4.

Aberdeen (89) — Paige Kuhn 22, Melissa Stevenson 24, Linda Podiak 15, Claire Hurd 17, Morgan Erickson 11, Molly Rabung 9.