The Renton All City High School Track and Field Meet was held May 2 at Renton Memorial Stadium. Photos by Haley Ausbun

The Renton All City High School Track and Field Meet was held May 2 at Renton Memorial Stadium. Photos by Haley Ausbun

Hazen wins All City Track and Field Meet

Competition held at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Renton schools faced off May 2 in the Renton All City High School Track and Field Meet at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Hazen High School completed the meet with 187 points, with Renton and Lindbergh high schools each receiving 94 points.

First up were the field events, which covered the field with javelin throw, long jump, pole vault, discus throw, high jump, triple jump and shot put.

In the men’s shot put, Hazen’s Chad Vidican finished with 44-04.25, Lindbergh’s Aljon Alvarez finished with 41-09.00, and Siaosi Finau of Renton finished with 41-04.75.

In women’s shot put, the top three were Renton’s Meleana Mose with 31-07.50, Lindbergh’s Zoe Smead at 30-01.25, and Hazen’s Sydni Harris with 26-06.00.

Hazen student Zachary Ryan was first in the men’s 100-meter dash with a time of 11.23 seconds. Hazen’s Miguel Rosario III took second at 11.51, and Renton’s Adonis Clemente was third at 11.81.

Renton’s Faith Richardson finished the women’s 100-meter dash with a time of 12.18. Hazen’s Mikaela Rosario took second at 12.60, and Renton’s Solana Jackson was third at 13.17.

The winning teams flipped for the 1,600-meter run, with Renton’s Mekias Kebede finishing the men’s event with a time of 4 minutes and 39.62 seconds. Richie Doan finished at 4:40.12 and Hazen’s Colin DeChenne finished at 4:49.90.

Hazen’s Rachel Dennis completed the women’s 1,600-meter run at 5:35.09, Lindbergh’s Stephanie Martz at 5:35.91, and Hazen’s Shannon Gifford at 5:46.80.

In the men’s 300-meter hurdles, the top three were Renton’s Adonis Clemente with 41.95, Hazen’s Mark Ngo with 44.11, and Renton’s Jimmy Nguyen with 44.39.

In the women’s 300-meter hurdles, the top three included Audriana Johnson, Renton, with 49.69, Alicia Ing with 50.76, and Hazen’s Izzabell Lopez with 52.16.

More scenes from the meet (photos by Haley Ausbun/Renton Reporter):

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