Prep track: 1A Tri-District Championships

At King’s H.S.


Local Team scores: 1. King’s 127, 6.South Whidbey 38, 21. Coupeville 1.

110 hurdles—1.Zachary Promitas (Eatonville) 15.61 seconds, 6.Brett Jones (K) 16.99; 100—1.Josiah Westbrook (Blaine) 11.28, 2.Jackson Hand (K) 11.37,4.Tanner Lobdell (SW) 11.52, 8.Caleb Perry (K) 11.73; 1,600—1.Graham Peet (Northwest) 4 minutes:28.46 seconds, 2.Andrew Ayers (K) 4:28.57, 8.Tyler Ward (K) 4:43.12, 9.Matt Jackson (K) 4:44.42, 13.Arthur Emmons (K) 4:51.92; 400 relay—1.King’s (Perry, Daniel Fouty, Ryan Mills, Hand) 43.92, 3.South Whidbey (Kale Reichersamer, Nick French, Jordan Parrick, Lobdell) 44.78; 400—1.Alexander Moore (Charles Wright Academy) 50.81, 2.Mills (K) 50.90; 300 hurdles—1.Willie Blackmon (Friday Harbor) 40.14; 800—Nate Lundberg (Cedar Park Christian) 2:03.66, 2.Cole Zink (SW) 2:03.75, 3.Ayers (K) 2:03.77, 6.Evan Mellish (SW) 2:04.44, 7.Andrew Brodsky (K) 2:04.91; 200—1.Hand (K) 22.87, 5.Mills (K) 23.58, 6.Perry (K) 23.62; 3,200—1.Peet (NW) 9:41.60, 6.Jackson (K) 10:10.58, 13.Chris Martin (K) 10:57.58; 1,600 relay—1.King’s (Mills, Brodsky, Ayers, Hand) 3:29.66, 4.South Whidbey (Lobdell, Reichersamer, Brandon Asay, Zink) 3:33.84; High jump—1.Daniel Norwitz (Seattle Academy) 6 feet-2 inches, 2.Corey Kispert (K) 6-2, 5.Jones (K) 6-0, 10.Karl Sather (K) 5-8; Long jump—Steven Crafts (Blaine) 21-4.5, 11.Andrew Cline (K) 18-3, 14.Nick Grimm (K) 17-10.5; Triple jump—1.Skyler Coppenrath (Port Townsend) 42-3.25, 3.Kispert (K) 40-5.5, 5.Fouty (K) 40-3, 15.Grimm (K) 36-9.25;

Shot put—Justin Kaelin (Eatonville) 57-11, 7.Zach Jacobson (K) 46-9.5, 13.Keegan Na (K) 41-6;

Discus—1.Jacobson (K) 165-5; Javelin—1.Kaleb Heezen (Meridian) 180-5, 2.French (SW) 172-3, 3.Sather (K) 171-9, 4.Kispert (K) 151-9; Pole vault—1.Connor Aamot (Meridian) 13-9, 5.Alex Thiel (K) 11-9, 6.Andy Madsen (SW) 11-6, 11.Chase Leland (K) 11-0, 13. Cline (K) 10-0.


Local Team scores: 1.King’s 137, 12.South Whidbey 28, 19.Coupeville 8.

100 hurdles—1.Hannah Rusnak (Lynden Christian) 15.21, 3.Maddy Scherrer (K) 16.84, 8. Bailey Forsyth (SW) 17.48; 100—1.Abi Kim (Seattle Christian) 12.40, 5.Ashley Driscoll (K) 12.93; 1,600—1.Kacey Kemper (K) 5:14.69, 10.Krystal Brodsky (K) 5:37.73; 400 relay—1.King’s (Miqueala Ishmael, Sarah Taylor, Driscoll, Anna Parker) 49.90, 5.South Whidbey (Anna Leski, Maia Sparkman, Forsyth, Madi Boyd) 50.54; 400—1.Maya Jackson (NW) 58.73, 2.Parker (K) 59.36, 3.Makana Stone (C) 59.48, 13.Carlee Thiel (K) 1:06.60; 300 hurdles—Courtney Porter (Bellevue Christian) 47.37, , 4.Whitney Naber (K) 47.29, 7.Allie Vanbenschoten (SW) 50.30; 800—1.Chynna Phan (Mount Baker) 2:14.67, 2.Kemper (K) 2:18.25, 4.Jaime Rodden (SW) 2:18.91, 8.Gillian Edgar (K) 2:25.96; 200—1.Kim (SC) 25.39, 7.Stone (C) 26.74; 3,200—1.Kelsie Nern (MB) 11:38.61, 15.Mallorie Mitchem (SW) 12:48.86; 800 relay—1.Meridian 1:45.08, 2.King’s, (Ishmael, Taylor, Driscoll, Parker) 1:46.24; 1,600 relay—1.Lynden Christian 4:01.42, 4.South Whidbey (Boyd, Rodden, McKenzie Roque, Maia Sparkman) 4:04.18, 5.King’s (Theil, Naber, Kemper, Parker) 4:06.07; High jump—1.Maddie Nielsen (K) 5-4, 4.Madi Hauck (K) 5-2; Long jump—1.Kim (SC) 18-9.5, 3.Maia Sparkman (SW) 17-2, 8.Scherrer (K) 16-2, 11.Taylor (K) 15-4.25, 15.Ishmael (K) 14-1; Triple jump—1.Katherine Andrus (Vashon Island) 35-10.75, 2.Maddie Nielsen (K) 35-8.75, 3.Sarah Taylor (K) 34-9.25, 10.Grimm (K) 31-4.25, 14.Rachel Mills (K) 30-3.5; Shot put—Morgan Van Kooten (Lynden Christian) 42-9.5, 2.Karly Hibbard (K) 38-6.5, 4.Nicole Jacobson (K) 31-6, 13.Skyler Lawrence (C) 28-8; Discus—1.Daisey Newman (Eatonville) 111-3, 2.Sierra Decker (K) 107-8, 10.Hibbard (K) 88-0; Javelin—1.Hibbard (K) 130-9, 3.Abby Jenkins (K) 111-10, 4.Mackenzie Hezel (SW) 111-9, 11.Abby Hodson (SW) 94-8, 12.Morgan Davis (SW) 89-11; Pole vault—1.Olivia Adams (Blaine) 11-6, 7.Emma Rasmussen (K) 8-0, 7.Mills (K) 8-0, 10.Emily Northey (K) 7-6, Marilyn Jones (K) 7-0.

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