The Everett Elite Flag Football 14-under team practices Sunday morning at Harbour Pointe Middle School in Mukilteo, Washington on January 16, 2022. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Community roundup: Rodabaugh breaks NAU 3-pointer record

Hrcek sets a new SPU pole vault record, the Wolfpack announce their season ticket prices, and more.

Emily Rodabaugh is now Northern Arizona University’s all-time 3-point shooting queen.

The Archbishop Murphy High School graduate, who’s now a fifth-year senior guard/forward for the Lumberjacks, broke the school’s career record for made 3-pointers last month.

Rodabaugh broke the previous record of 193, held jointly by Kim Winkfield and Amy Patton, when she drained five 3s during Northern Arizona’s 92-76 road victory over San Francisco on Dec. 9.

With nine more 3s in Northern Arizona’s two games last week, including seven during a 23-point performance in the Lumberjacks’ 88-73 home victory over Montana State last Thursday, Rodabaugh has 217 career 3s as she stretches her record even further.

Rodabaugh is averaging a team-leading 12.4 points per game while adding 5.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.4 steals for Northern Arizona, which is 2-1 in the Big Sky Conference and 10-6 overall.

Hrcek breaks SPU pole vault record

Mountlake Terrace High School graduate Mason Hrcek, now a freshman on the Seattle Pacific University men’s track and field team, made school history when he broke the indoor record in the pole vault.

Hrcek, competing in just his second collegiate meet, cleared a height of 15 feet, 5 3/4 inches last Saturday at the UW Indoor Preview in Seattle. His mark bested the previous indoor record of 14-11 set by Chris Randolph in 2006 and matched by Ray Zoellick in 2011 and 2012. The school’s outdoor record is 15-11.

“I did not see that coming,” Hrcek told SPU’s website. “Coming into the meet, I’d had a pretty crappy practice and all that. I had a twist in my leg and had some shin issues. But I surprised myself. I was working through it today. I jumped over bars I never thought I’d get over.”

Hrcek’s mark placed him eighth in the competition that featured NCAA Division I athletes.

Wolfpack release season ticket prices

The Washington Wolfpack, who will begin their inaugural season in the rebooted Arena Football League in April at Everett’s Angel of the Winds Arena, have announced their season ticket prices.

Season tickets, which include five home dates, range from $80 for seats in the end zone to $250 for seats in the front row. Those who join the season ticket wait list by Jan. 31 receive a discount.

People can get on the season ticket wait list by visiting the Wolfpack’s website.

EvCC cracks men’s basketball poll

The Everett Community College men’s basketball team cracked the top 10 of the most recent Northwest Athletic Conference coaches poll. The Trojans (1-1 in the North Region, 11-5 overall) clocked in at No. 10 after previously being among the other teams receiving votes.

Edmonds (1-1, 11-6) dropped out of the top 10 and was among the other teams receiving votes in this edition.

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