Area athletes fare well in Pasco

PASCO – Lake Stevens’ Joey Bywater finished just over 1 second behind 1,600-meter winner Abdi Hassan to place second in the event at the 45th Annual Pasco Invitation track meet, which hosted 111 schools on Saturday.

Boys Results

110 hurdles-1. Schauble (Kamiakin) 14.75, 3. Acholonu (Shorecrest); 100-1. Hamilton (Evergreen) 10:96, 10. Ramos (Shorecrest); 1,600-1. Hassan (Nathan Hale) 4:22.2, 2. Bywater (Lake Stevens), 4. Stanovsky (Everett), 6. Peters (South Whidbey); 400 relay-1. Evergreen (Van) 43.15, 3. Shorecrest; 400-1. Hill (Curtis) 49.21; 300 hurdles-1. Schauble (Kamiakin) 38.64, 9. Mundell (Snohomish); 800-Barbosa (Prosser) 1:50.9, 8. Kaftanski (Everett), 9. Cheslik (Lake Stevens); 200-Hamilton (Van) 22.49, 3. Mott (Lake Stevens); 3,200-Kwiatkowski (Bellingham) 9:24.59, 5. Foster (Kamiak); 1,600 relay-Kamiakin 3:28.03, 6. Shorecrest; Medley relay-1. Mead 10:44.7, 6. Lake Stevens, 7. Snohomish; Javelin-1. Presby (Richland) 179-7; Discus-Morris (Renton) 175-6, 5. Johnson (Snohomish), 9. Harding (Lake Stevens); Triple jump-1. Marshall (Southridge) 46-2.75, 4. Jones (Everett), 5. Acholonu (Shorecrest); Shot put-1. Morris (Renton) 61-7, 6. Elder (Lake Stevens); High jump-Arrivey (Woodinville) 6-6; Long jump-1. Zackery (Ferris) 22-7.5, 3. Hoffman (Shorecrest), 9. Jones (Everett); Pole vault-1. Vu (Interlake) 15-3, 3. Winters (Bothell), 6. Pinkerton (Snohomish), 7. Bucy (Kamiak).

Girls Results

3,200-Crossman (Squalicum) 11:10.2, 3. Vietmeier (Shorewood), 4. Stopa (Snohomish), 8. Petersen (Woodinville); 100 hurdles-1. Brooks (Holy Names) 14.96, 4. Edwards (Lake Stevens); 100-1. James (Wilson) 12.53; 1,600-1. O’Reilly (Mt. Spokane) 4:47.98; 7. Anderberg (Kamiak), 9. Moore (Everett); 400 relay-1. Kamiakin 49.84; 400-1. McKeirnan (Richland) 57.28,; 800-1. Pixler (Eastlake) 2:12.6, 4. Moore (Everett), 8. Kearney (Cedarcrest); 200-1. McKeiran (Richland) 25.4; 300 hurdles-1. Jensen (Fife) 45.48, 3. Bonney (Lynnwood); 800 relay-1. Kamiakin 1:45.03, 7. South Whidbey; 1,600 relay-1. Eastmont 4:05.1, 5. Edmonds-Woodway, 6. Lynnwood; Medley relay-1. West Valley(Yak) 12:44, 2. Snohomish, 7. Lake Stevens; Javelin-1. Kirkwood (Othello) 148-2, 5. Sego (Shorewood), 8. Prause (Arlington); Discus-1. Poston (Bonners Ferry) 143.0; Triple jump-1. Myron (Pullman) 36-11.5, 5. Speidel (Shorecrest); Shot put-1. Poston (Bonners Ferry, Id) 42-3.5, 5. Osborn (Lake Stevens); High jump-1. McNanee (Ferris) 5-6, 2. O’Sullivan (Arlington) 5. Shoemake (Woodinville) 9. Gibson (Shorecrest); Long jump-1. Schuerch (East Valley, Spo) 17-7.25, 4. Claus (Shorewood); Pole vault-1. Schvaneveldt (Interlake) 11-6,


Marysville-Pilchuck 11, Arlington 7: At Marysville, trailing 5-4, the Tommies exploded for seven sixth-inning runs to defeat Arlington in a rainy Wesco North slugfest. M-P junior Kyle Bottin connected for two triples and teammate Michael Stevens added three hits to lead the Tomahawk attack. Sophomore pitcher Caleb Scarth had eight strikeouts for the Eagles.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H. S.



Scarth, Rhodes (5), Milless (6), Wells (6) and Luckie. Moser, Holm (6) and Bottin. WP-Holm. LP-Rhodes. 2B-Holm (M-P), Mallory (M-P), Spear (A) 2. 3B-Williams (M-P), Bottin (M-P) 2, Southy (A). Records-Arlington 2-6 in league, 4-6 overall. M-P 2-9, 5-10.

Boys soccer

Lake Stevens 6, Mount Vernon 0: At Lake Stevens, Wes Vanhooser collected a pair of goals, brothers Kyle and Ryan Warrington, and Espen Sagen and Jordan Carter also scored as the Vikings blanked the Bulldogs in wet, cold and windy conditions. Senior keeper Zach Hardwick notched his seventh shutout.

At Lake Stevens H. S.

Goals-Lake Stevens: Vanhooser 2, K. Warrington, R. Warrington, Sagen, Carter. Assists-Lake Stevens: Players. Goalkeepers-Lake Stevens: Hardwick. Mount Vernon: not reported. Records-Lake Stevens 10-1-0 in league and overall. Mount Vernon 4-6-1, 4-6-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 2, Monroe 1: At Monroe, Dennis Shirley scored the game-winner in the 77th minute to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco North victory.

At Monroe H.S.

Goals-Marysville-Pilchuck: Hanson, Shirley. Monroe: Skov-Madsen. Assists-Marysville-Pilchuck: Rutan. School: Milne. Goalkeepers-Marysville-Pilchuck:. Kuehn. Monroe: Summers. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 7-4-0 in division and overall. Monroe 2-8-1, 2-8-1.

Stanwood 4, Arlington 0: At Arlington, Chris Gangloff scored two goals and Carl Pilcher recorded his first varsity shutout to lead Stanwood to the Wesco North victory.

At Arlington H.S.

Goals-Stanwood: Wentland, Gangloff 2, Jones. Assists-Stanwood: Lohoff, Jones. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Pilcher. Arlington: not reported. Records-Stanwood 5-4-2 in division, and overall. Arlington 0-10-0, 0-10-0.

Snohomish 9, Oak Harbor 0: At Snohomish, Brandon Kelley scored four goals and had two assists to keep undefeated Snohomish rolling through the Wesco North division with a win over the Wildcats.

At Snohomish H.S.

Goals-Snohomish: Ferrin 2, Kelley 4, Crutchfield, Steffan, Fadenracht. Assists-Snohomish: Kelley 2, Rosgen 2, Dettmer, Carlson, Cheff, Col. Lacey, Berry. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Koorn. Snohomish: Carlson, Lane. Records-School 1-8-1 in division and overall. Snohomish 11-0-0, 11-0-0.

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