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Wolfer’s teammate Travis Walker placed fourth in the javelin.
Earlier in the day, Wolfer also reached the podium in the discus by finishing sixth with a throw of 116. Clallam Bay’s Evan Messinger placed fourth with a 116-07.
Neah Bay's Elisha Winck took second at the 1B meet in the triple jump with a 42-0.25, and Crescent’s Martin Waldrip took seventh.
Mansfield’s Macen McLean won the event for the fourth straight year with a 43-03.
Clallam Bay’s Molly McCoy took seventh in the girls high jump with a 4-08, while Crescent’s Ashara Dodson was eighth at 4-04.
Neah Bay’s Faye Chartraw placed third in the shot put with a 33-11.50.
Loggers sophomore Ryan Lester advanced to Saturday’s finals in the girls 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles. McCoy fell on place short of reaching the finals in the 300 hurdles.
Class 1A state track and field
CHENEY — Port Townsend has two top 10 finishes at the at the Class 1A state track and field meet at Eastern Washington University.
Senior Trish Reeves cleared 5-02 to finish in seventh place in the girls high jump.
Boys distance runner Ryan Clarke finished in ninth place in the 1,600-meter run. Clarke will compete Saturday in the 3,200.
Forks’ Jonny Law finished 13th in the discus after a throw of 120-3. Teammate Miguel Morales was 15th with a throw of 113-05.
Class 2A state track and field
TACOMA — Sequim’s Alex Barry finished third in the javelin at the Class 2A state meet at Mount Tahoma High School on Friday after a throw of 178 feet and 3 inches.
Sequim sophomore Jackson Oliver placed ninth in the high jump after a leap of 6-0, and junior Josh Cibene finished 13th in the pole vault after clearing 12-06.
Port Angeles’ senior javelin thrower Brittany Norberg finished 10th after a throw of 115-08.
Sequim’s Sarah Hutchison finished tied for 10th in the pole vault after clearing 9-0.
Also for the Roughriders, senior sprinter Jolene Millsap set a new school record Friday in the 100-meter dash. Her time of 12.31 seconds surpasses the time of 12.35 seconds ran by Chantea Watson in 2004.
Millsap’s time qualifies her for Saturday’s 100 finals.