Community roundup: Bothell woman helps U.S. archers to gold

Erin Mickelberry was one of three women representing the U.S. in Lima, Peru.

Erin Mickelberry took her shot in Lima and came away with gold.

Mickelberry, who’s from north Bothell, earned a gold medal in archery at the Pan American Games, held Aug. 6-11 in Lima, Peru.

Mickelberry was part of the U.S. team, along with Casey Kaufhold and Khatuna Lorig, that claimed gold in the Recurve Women Team competition. The U.S. topped Mexico in four sets in the championship match.

The result helped the U.S. secure a berth in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Mickelberry also advanced past qualifying in the individual Recurve Women competition. She qualified eighth, then won two head-to-head matches before being eliminated in the quarterfinals.

Huddleston captures NAPA 150

Trevor Huddelston took the checkered flag at the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West’s Napa Auto Parts 150 held Saturday at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe.

Huddleston, who’s currently in second place in the touring series’ points standings, led 85 of the 150 laps on the 5/8-mile track. He regained the lead on lap 100 and held it the remainder of the race.

Series points leader Derek Kraus took second. Brittney Zamora, a regular at Evergreen Speedway last season who was making her return, finished third.

Arlington teen joins UW soccer

Trevor Glassman, a 14-year-old from Arlington, became an official member of the University of Washington men’s soccer team at a ceremony held Friday. The UW, partnering with the nonprofit Team IMPACT, arranged the moment for Glassman, who was diagnosed with a heart condition in 2005. Glassman will be a team member and attend Huskies practices and games.

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