BEAVERTON, Ore. — Aliyah Wilson came into the Jesuit Twilight Relays not just the reigning Washington 4A state champion in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash. She was also the two-time defending meet champ in the girls elite 100-meter dash.
On Friday evening, the Tahoma High School senior and University of Kentucky commit completed the three-peat.
Wilson won the girls elite 100-meter dash with a time of 11.69 seconds, two tenths of a second faster than the second-place finisher. Tahoma’s Adaji Osaro-Igwe finished third with an 11.90.
Several other Washington state high school athletes competed in the four elite events.
Prairie High School’s Nolan Mickenham finished fifth in the elite boys 100 with a personal-best 10.81.
Lake Stevens senior Taylor Roe finished third in the elite girls mile in 4:52.64. Roe is a multi-event 4A state champion. As a sophomore, she won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200.
Camas’ Daniel Maton, a University of Washington commit, finished 11th in the elite boys mile with a time of 4:16.87. It was a notable drop for the Camas senior, who came in with a two-year win streak in the event.
Find the full meet results here.