Arlington’s Jaden Roskelley competes on the high jump during the Washington State Combined Events Championship on June 18-19 at Arlington High School. (Provided photo)

Arlington’s Jaden Roskelley competes on the high jump during the Washington State Combined Events Championship on June 18-19 at Arlington High School. (Provided photo)

Community roundup: Arlington’s Roskelley wins state decathlon

Plus, EvCC softball standout Kaylie Hoskins is named an NWAC All-American and more.

Jaden Roskelley ran — and jumped and threw — away from the competition.

The Arlington High School product lapped the field in winning the boys decathlon at the 49th Washington State Combined Events Championship held last weekend at Arlington High School.

Roskelley dominated the first day, placing first in three of the five events as he won the long jump, shot put and high jump. His leap of 23 feet, 4 inches in the long jump set a new meet record. He finished with a total of 6,544 points, which was more than 500 ahead of the rest of the field.

In the girls heptathlon, Emerald Ridge’s JaiCieonna Gero-Holt was even more dominant. Gero-Holt won four of the seven events — the 100-meter hurdles, shot put, high jump and long jump — to finish with a score of 4,941 points, which was more than 600 ahead of the field.

EvCC’s Hoskins named All-American

Everett Community College softball pitcher Kaylie Hoskins was one of 13 players named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s (NFCA) Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) All-American team, and she was also named the NFCA’s NWAC Pitcher of the Year. Hoskins, a graduate of Lake Stevens High School, had a dominating season in the circle, going 10-1 while leading NWAC in both earned-run average (2.06) and strikeouts (173). Her 173 strikeouts came in just 85 innings pitched, and her strikeout total was more than double any other pitcher in NWAC. She led the Trojans to their first North Region title since 2007.

EdC names Lowry director of soccer

Edmonds College has elevated interim men’s soccer coach Kris Lowry to the school’s director of soccer position. As the school’s director of soccer Lowry will oversee both the men’s and women’s programs. Lowry played for the Edmonds men’s team from 1992-93, helping the Tritons reach the NWAC championship game in 1992, and he was an assistant coach for the Edmonds men in 2014 when the Tritons placed third at the NWAC tournament. He is currently a senior coach for Sound FC, a youth club team based in Woodinville.

Snohomish’s Craven claims state golf title

Susan Craven of Snohomish won the 22nd Washington Senior Women’s Amateur golf tournament, held last Tuesday and Wednesday at Fairwood Golf and Country Club in Renton. Craven shot back-to-back rounds of 76 to finish with a two-round score of 10-over par 152, besting Tukwila’s Leslie Folsom by two strokes to win the event for players 50 and older. This was Craven’s first individual state championship.

USTA sectionals coming to Snohomish County

The United States Tennis Association is holding a pair of league section championships at local venues. The Adult 55 & Over Section Championships will be held Thursday through Sunday at Columbia Athletic Club-Silver Lake in Everett, Harbor Square Racquet Club in Edmonds and Robinswood Tennis Center Bellevue. The Mixed 18 & Over Section Championships will be held July 16-18 at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish.

Sectionals includes players from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. The winners advance to the USTA League National Championships, which will be held this fall at various locations.

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